Anti Social Behaviour Team Leader

Recruiter
Equals One Ltd
Location
Wolverhampton
Posted
12 Oct 2018
Closes
14 Nov 2018
Sector
Healthcare
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Anti-Social Behaviour Team Leader Job Ref: WH18 757 Scale POB (£31,401 - £34,106) 14.8 hours per week, worked over two days (Monday and Tuesday) Essential User Car Allowance Wolverhampton We’re on a transformational journey – #goodtogreat – and we need great people to help us turn our plans into a reality. We manage over 23,000 homes for City of Wolverhampton Council, but have a growing portfolio of services across the city. We’re passionate about what we do, and we care about our city’s future. Do you want to make a different to the lives of our residents? Will you share our passion to deliver excellence in our communities? Do you want to work for a progressive and innovative company that values its people? If so, then we want to hear from you. Are you someone who is inspired, motivated and looking to make their mark? We are seeking someone who is able to bring energy, enthusiasm and plenty of ideas to work with us in tackling anti-social behaviour. Working with our customers and partners you will be responsible for providing operational direction to anti-social behaviour officers ensuring that an effective and efficient service to customers is provided. Recent and relevant experience of working with partner agencies in dealing with a range of anti-social behaviour issues across tenures and in community and business settings is essential. A key emphasis is on modifying perpetrators’ behaviour and supporting victims. You will have recent experience of managing a team, with the ability to effectively manage performance and get the best out of your team. The successful candidate must: Be committed to the values of Wolverhampton Homes - working together, open to new ideas, respecting differences and delivering on our promises. Have a sound working knowledge of current anti-social behaviour legislation and best practice. Have experience of managing staff. Have experience of case management, investigations and multi-agency working. Have strong interpersonal skills and an ability to deal with challenging situations. For more information, please contact Jo Mason on 01902 552950. Closing date:22 October 2018 Interviews: 12 November 2018

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