Team Leader

Change Grow Live
Applications closing date: 27/05/2024
Merseyside, United Kingdom
Job Type
Closing Date
Job Salary
£34,700.09 - £36,635.37
North West


Change Grow Live are a charity dedicated to the belief that we can make a difference to our Service Users lives.

Our core values are ‘Be open, be compassionate and be bold’ and our teams apply these daily, offering support and respect in a safe environment, treating each user as an individual and working with them to find the right treatment and care options.

Our Team Leaders here at Change Grow Live play an integral role in ensuring an effective service provision for our service users by creating a focussed culture, engaging staff to provide an innovative and continually improving service and provide leadership, support, and development to a wide range of staff.

We have a new and exciting opportunity for a Family Team Leader to join our Sefton (Bootle) Team.  As part of our multi-disciplinary team, you will work flexibly and creatively to establish what is needed to have the most positive impact for all who are referred to our service.

About the role:

  • Operational line management of the family team which includes supervision, appraisal, performance and sickness management as well as ensuring staff follow CGL and external policies applicable to their roles.
  • Empowering staff to promote hope, empowerment, choices, control, and opportunities that assist service users reaching their full potential as individuals and community members.
  • Manage staff rotas, working with other managers to ensure all elements of the service are covered appropriately.
  • Ensuring quality of service delivery through data analysis and engaging staff in service quality improvement planning. Where necessary, create team and individual performance plans to improve quality and performance.
  • Work with your team to ensure that the practices within the team/service enable identification of service users, children and families who are at risk. Ensure that staff are competent in the delivery of interventions that reduce risk to service users.
  • Lead on collaborative working with Childrens' social care and other support agencies to support families who are at risk.
  • Support staff to improve service user outcomes through audits and observed practice, providing timely values-based feedback.

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