Based in: North West
Job Reference: 19/49
Hours: 37.5 hrs per week
Closing date: Monday 16th September, 12pm
Due to successful expansion of IPS Employment Services across Merseyside, Imagine is in a position to recruit a Senior Manager to oversee management and expansion of Employment and Social Inclusion Services.
Imagine has a strong track record of pioneering socially inclusive services including employment, peer mentioning and bridge building services. “Social inclusion is at the heart of what we do”. We are recognised nationally for providing excellence services which are innovation and of best practice. We have extensive experience of providing highest quality IPS Employment Services, we work closely with The Centre of Mental Health, IPS Grow and Cheshire and Merseyside STP to continually improve services, Expansion of Employment and Social Inclusion Services is firmly in our business plan.
The ideal candidate will have experience of working or managing an IPS Employment Service along with management experience and a desire to work with Imagine to grow the business.
Main responsibilities will include:
- Providing overall operational management and leadership
- Providing advice, guidance, support and regular supervision ensuring services aims and objectives are met
- Expanding services across the North West
- Reporting to commissioning bodies, funding panels and other parties
- Our benefits include contributory company pension scheme, generous holiday allowance and career development opportunities.
Competed application forms are to be returned by no later than the closing date to Joanne Peacock either by email to email@example.com or post to 25 Hope Street, Liverpool, L1 9BQ. For an informal chat contact Elaine Mather on 0151 709 2366. Click here to visit the Imagine Independence website and download an application form.
Interviews for this post will take place on Friday 20th September at Hope Street, Liverpool.
Imagine aims to be an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all sections of the communityBack to blog