You will have a “bigger picture” view of young people’s needs who are subject to restriction of liberty legislation and be able to manage change and improvement at pace, manage information appropriately and building supportive, trusting and professional relationships with external agencies and organisations. You must have a strong focus on continuous learning for yourself, others and the organisation by valuing and modelling professional excellence and expertise to deliver service objectives as well as delivering timely performance with energy and taking responsibility and accountability for quality of that performance. The successful candidate will deliver a high quality, secure, reliable and efficient service, applying programme, project and risk management approaches to support service delivery.
If you have proven positive leadership and management experiences, can inspire staff to deliver high quality care and personal development to young people, have a level of self-awareness and reflectiveness as well as psychological resilience that has enabled you to cope with difficult and challenging situations and be able to respond and manage young people with complex behavioural and criminogenic profiles, then this maybe the challenge for you.
Further details on these positions and the application process can be found in the linked document for download.