North London ASC Workforce Programme Lead
Starting salary: £50,655
Job Level and Salary range: Level 5, Zone 2; £50,655- £61,911 per annum
Work Location: 5 Pancras Square, London, N1C 4AG
Hours per week: 36
Contract type: Fixed term/Secondment for 12
Closing date: Sunday 27th June 2021
Interviews to be held: Wednesday 30th June 2021 - Friday 2nd July 2021
Alternative flexible working options available / open to discussion
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We have an exciting opportunity for an experienced Workforce Programme Lead to develop and deliver a range of projects and interventions that strengthen the independent social care workforce (such as home care and care homes) in north London and maximise the economic contribution of social care to the local economy (currently estimated at £1.15bn pa). This will include initiatives that:
- support people to enter the care workforce
- provide development, progression and leadership opportunities
- promote care quality and integration
The role will also support the 5 Councils to strengthen their approach to promoting race equality in the care workforce.
The role will do this through forging strong relationships with health and social care commissioners and economic development departments to shape the programme of work with the 5 north London boroughs (Barnet, Camden, Enfield, Haringey and Islington) as well as care providers and NHS partners. The role sits within the North London Councils Adult Social Care Programme Team, which deliver priority partnership programmes on behalf of the 5 Councils. Whilst the role is initially for a year, this builds on an established partnership team and if the postholder achieves good outcomes there is the potential for the role to be extended.
This post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act and will require an Enhanced DBS.
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To be considered for this fantastic opportunity the successful candidate will have the ability to operate effectively in a complex, ambiguous and evolving environment, engaging constructively with internal and external stakeholders with a high level of autonomy. You will be a confident communicator with the ability to liaise with internal and external stakeholders of varying seniority. You will possess previous demonstrable line management experience alongside the ability to analyse problems, identify root cause and develop a range of solutions, which will add value to the service. The ideal candidate will be able to write winning bids for funding, balancing the priorities of the funder, the aims of the ASC programme and what is practicable to deliver within timescales.
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