Team Leader (Employment Advisor Teams) WHP JETS
£26,250 - £33,250
37.5 hours per week, permanent
Location: Home based with the potential to do some face-to-face activity post COVID-19
Working across – Central England CPA 1 geographical areas include: Bedfordshire & Buckinghamshire, Northamptonshire, Lincolnshire, Leicestershire, Staffordshire, Walsall and Wolverhampton, Birmingham, Herefordshire & Worcestershire
As a WHP JETS Team Leader, you will be providing advice and support to guide and encourage participants to overcome barriers to employment and achieve realistic job goals. This will be mainly delivered remotely via phone, video conference and other digital channels.
The WHP JETS Team Leader role is integral to the success of our employment programmes, to ensure our staff integrate in multi-disciplinary teams and work together to provide regular, high quality support to participants. The role requires an engaging, empathetic and motivating individual, with the ability to support staff to achieve day-to-day performance. The Team Leaders will develop and maintain effective relationships with key stakeholders and ensure the effective management of staff caseloads in a fast pace environment.
This role is perfect for individuals with proven leadership skills and experience of leading and supporting customer focused teams. The successful candidate will have excellent interpersonal skills, a solution-focussed approach, target driven and be highly organised.
Reporting to the Regional Delivery Manager, you will be responsible for managing and assisting the Regional Delivery Manager in the day to day management and support of the teams.
- Competitive Salary
- Enhanced Pension Scheme after 6 months
- Life Assurance x 3 of your salary
- Enhanced annual leave
For further information and to apply online, please click APPLY NOW quoting the reference number 21934.
Closing date: 31st July 2021.
Shaw Trust operates on a national level with over 2,000 staff and 1,000 volunteers. We work with the government, local authorities, combined authorities, health service providers, employers, and other stakeholders – including the Education and Skills Funding Agency, Department for Work and Pensions, clinical commissioning groups and NHS Trusts.