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Team Manager (Reablement)

Salary details: £51093 - £54129

Organisation
Royal Borough of Greenwich
Reference
REC/24/00148
Salary Details
£51093 - £54129
Additional Allowances
Location Postcode
SE18 3RG
Job Term and Hours per Week
Fixed term (secondment available to internal staff if approved by Chief Officer); 35
Closing Date
30 June 2024 
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Reablement Team Manager - 6 months fixed term contract

A Reablement Team Manager is required to lead and continue to develop The Greenwich Reablement Service (CQC Registered Service).  The service was rated ‘Good’ in the last CQC inspection visit, the Greenwich Reablement service has ambitions to be ‘outstanding’ in its next inspection.

The Reablement Team Manager will have overall management of the day-to-day operations of the team and be responsible for supervising a team of Independent Living Assessor’s- who act as Social Care Assessors.

The Independent Living Assessors role is to complete Care Act 2014 assessments, MCA’s, and Safeguarding concerns as required. The Team Manager will be responsible for allocating work and authorising work.  The Team Manager would ensure that all Reablement interventions follow a strength-based approach enabling residents of Greenwich to meet their desired outcomes and aim to enhance their quality of life.

The Team Manager will bring their knowledge and skills of adult social care legislation, either as social worker or as a therapist ensuring that Reablement intervention is effective, and evidence based ensuring the best outcomes for clients and enabling service objectives and KPI’s to be met.

The Team Manager will be working in a fast-paced environment with referrals from The Hospital Integrated Discharge Team, Contact Assessment Team and Joint Emergency Team as well as other Royal Borough of Greenwich Health and Social Care Teams enabling Reablement to have further reach to the residents of Greenwich.

The Team Manager will be present at all daily client meetings with the integrated team, working alongside Oxleas NHS Foundation staff such as Physiotherapists, Occupational Therapists, and a Therapy Assistant Practitioner.  Attend the weekly MDT meeting discussing each client individually to ensure that clients are receiving the correct Reablement Intervention whilst ensuring all intervention is of a high quality and consistently follows a strength-based approach.

To chair Reablement Team Meetings, alternating with the Deputy Team Manager following an Inservice approach using this protected time to have specific training that will benefit both the Reablement staff and clients on service.

 

For an informal discussion about this opportunity, please contact Marco Silvestri;    Marco.Silvestri@royalgreenwich.gov.uk     2326  

If you require any assistance in viewing or accessing this opportunity, please contact recruitment@royalgreenwich.gov.uk or call 020-8921-8977

 

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