Hours: 37 hours per week
Contract Type: Permanent Flexible
We are changing things – at pace – in adult social care here on the Isle of Wight and our sights are set on being a national exemplar of innovation and excellence, delivering the very best person-centred outcomes for those we serve. We are passionate in our belief that our residents have the right to expect no less.
You will carry out the day to day management, development and delivery of the team and work collaboratively with the multi-disciplinary team across 3 locality areas to ensure high quality that promotes independence, choice and autonomy.
You will ensure the provision of safe and effective directly delivered services during a period of significant change, ensuring that service delivery is Care Act compliant and customer care is at the centre of you and your team’s professional practice.
You will work in partnership with other agencies, 3rd sector colleagues and the community to ensure adults in our community are able to live free from abuse and are supported to maintain their independence.
For further information or an informal discussion please contact Elizabeth Hughes on 01983 821000 ext. 6670
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