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Team Manager – Adult Mental Health / Hospital Discharge

Agile Worker / Cwm Coch, Ysbyty Aneurin Bevan, Lime Avenue, Ebbw Vale
Grade 11 (£51,515 - £54,717 per annum) 37 hours per week
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We are seeking a dedicated individual to take on the role of Team Manager, responsible for the daily operational management of the team under the guidance of the Service Manager. The ideal candidate will have a strong passion for providing outstanding mental health services and fostering the growth and development of team members. This role offers a unique chance to lead an enthusiastic team committed to excellence, collaborating with like-minded colleagues dedicated to advancing positive mental health initiatives within our community.

Your role will encompass a wide range of tasks aimed at enhancing the quality and effectiveness of mental health services. This includes leading, motivating, and developing team members using a collaborative approach to better meet current and future requirements of the service. You will be instrumental in establishing effective local working relationships and joint working arrangements with partners to develop collaborative services and partnership arrangements. This role provides a unique opportunity for an experienced and passionate individual to make a significant impact on mental health care delivery. You will have the chance to lead a team in delivering high-quality care coordination, treatment planning, and monitoring while continuously seeking improvements in systems, processes, and working methods to enhance efficiency and compliance. If you are ready to take on a challenging yet rewarding role that contributes positively to the well-being of our community, we encourage you to apply and be part of our dedicated team.

About you

Are you deeply passionate about delivering exceptional mental health services and do you thrive on supporting and empowering your team members to realise their full potential? If so, you are exactly who we are looking for.

This position offers an incredible opportunity for you to lead a motivated and enthusiastic team dedicated to achieving excellence in mental health care. You'll work alongside like-minded colleagues who share your passion for promoting positive mental health outcomes within our community. You should be adept at building and maintaining effective working relationships with internal teams, partner agencies, service users, and carers. Your leadership style should be inclusive and motivational, encouraging team members to excel and contribute positively to the overall success of the team. This role goes beyond managing tasks; it's about making a meaningful impact on the lives of our service users and their families while fostering a supportive and collaborative work environment. If you're ready to bring your unique skills and passion to our team, we can't wait to meet you.

About us

At Blaenau Gwent, we are passionate about the work we do and the impact we have. We empower our staff to make meaningful changes and take action to enhance our services. With supportive and visible leadership, efficient tools and processes, and an emphasis on excellent learning and development, we prioritise staff satisfaction and effectiveness. 

As part of our team, you can expect a warm and inclusive environment, where your growth and development are paramount. Our passionate and innovative team brings a wealth of experience to the table, providing unparalleled support and encouragement. You'll have the chance to empower families, foster positive change, and help vulnerable individuals achieve their ambitions. We're committed to providing our staff with a supportive culture, ample development opportunities, and flexibility that allows them to maintain a healthy work-life balance.

We offer a range of benefits, including:

  • A competitive salary.
  • An excellent local government pension scheme.
  • Performance evaluations and feedback sessions with your line manager.
  • Ongoing training and professional development opportunities.
  • Generous annual and special leave provisions.
  • Access to our Employee Assistance Programmes.
  • Discounted gym membership at Aneurin Leisure Trust.

Want to ask us a question?

If you would like to meet the team or have an informal discussion, please contact:

Laura Harbinson | Laura.Harbinson@blaenau-gwent.gov.uk | 07968476067

This post requires a registration with Social Care Wales under the category of Social Care Managers / Social Workers and registration will need to be in place prior to commencement in the role. Information on how to register with Social Care Wales can be found on the following website https://socialcare.wales

Thorough pre-employment screening is undertaken during the recruitment process. The postholder will be required to complete an application for a Disclosure of Criminal Records.

We welcome applications in Welsh, please complete Welsh Job Application Form

Closing Date:         30.05.2024

Interview Date:      To be Confirmed


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