Team Manager - Approved Premises (AP)

Streatham Hill, London (Greater)
£34,476 rising to £35,496 per annum after 1 year
07 Oct 2016
21 Oct 2016
Full Time
Contract Type

Team Manager - Approved Premises (AP)
£34,476 rising to £35,496 per annum after 1 year
Hours: 39 hours per week

Want to move into an Approved Premises Team Manager role but don’t want to lose the opportunity to keep working with Service users? Please read on!
This role is not a standard tick box affair but offers a ton of service user interaction and a genuine opportunity to get to know the residents.
Our client is immensely proud to have been assessed as an Enabling Environment; the first independently managed Approved Premises in London to have been awarded the status.
They are looking for an inspiring, multi-skilled manager to lead their genuinely great team from the front, providing day to day, actual hands on management.
Person specification:

The ability to engage and communicate effectively with others to provide  a flexible and responsive approach
The capacity to maintain firm boundaries, using authority legitimately whilst working pro-socially and positively with people
The ability to receive, process and accurately record detailed information, sharing it with others as appropriate and within the framework of confidentiality
Previous experience of leading a team
Knowledge of the Criminal Justice System, particularly in relation to the National Probation Service
In return they offer a competitive salary, a supportive working environment and a host of benefits including pension, employee discounts, 25 days holiday (for full-time positions) plus the option to buy an additional 3 weeks, cycle to work scheme and season ticket loan.
About the Charity

They are a vibrant, London wide charity that have supported vulnerable adults and children for over 40 years. They empower people across the community to rebuild their lives, realise their potential and live fulfilling and independent lives.
They use their 45 years of experience to support 9,000 adults and children across London. They try to help anyone who needs them, whatever their circumstances helping survivors of Domestic Abuse and their families to rebuild their lives, creating a stronger future for themselves in a safe and healthy environment.

Closing date:  08:00h 21 October 2016
Interview date: 27 October 2016