We are recruiting a Services Manager. This post is funded by the Supporting People and subject to continued funding.
Salary: £30,784 per annum.
Working Hours: 37 hours per week. This post also requires occasional evening, weekend and bank holiday work.
Annual Leave: : 25 days per year (increasing to 30) and public holidays
Pension: 4% employee contribution and 8% employer contribution
Summary of Post
To ensure the effective and efficient management and delivery of North Down and Ards Women’s Aid community-based and accommodation-based services to women and children experiencing domestic or sexual violence/abuse in accordance with the values and ethos of North Down and Ards Women’s Aid and the requirements of funders and regulators.
- Take personal responsibility to ensure delivery of a high standard of support for women and children accessing temporary refuge accommodation and community-based services.
- To ensure that the refuge environment provides a positive environment for all those living there.
- To ensure that women and children accessing services are involved in the decision-making, designing and development of services and setting quality standards.
- To be a positive role model for the team, demonstrating a positive “can do” attitude, taking personal responsibility for evaluating alternative options or solutions.
- To provide and oversee regular supervision, support and motivation to project team leaders and staff.
- To provide and oversee full induction training and mentoring for all new project staff.
- To have overall responsibility amongst your team, for all aspects of staff management including but not limited to, performance management, supervision, absence management and disciplinary procedures.
- To work with the project team leaders to ensure that staff rotas/ on call rotas are available and that adequate staffing levels are maintained at all times.
- To promote and demonstrate excellent communication amongst team members within the projects.
- To encourage innovation, idea sharing and forward thinking amongst all team members.
- To deputise for C.E.O. as and when required, which will include making appropriate decisions on behalf of the organisation.
The closing date is 12pm on Friday 18th February 2022.
If you have any problems downloading the application pack, please contact us.
Due to the level of contact with vulnerable women and children, the lawful recruitment of females for this post falls within the exemption stated in Article 10 (e) of the Sex Discrimination (N.I.) Order 1976.
In order to comply with the Safeguarding Vulnerable Groups (Northern Ireland) Order 2007, North Down & Ards Women’s Aid are required to explore the successful candidate’s suitability to work with vulnerable adults and children through ACCESS NI pre-employment screening.
North Down & Ards Women’s is an Equal Opportunities Employer.