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Project Manager

Networx Recruitment
NG1 3GY, Nottingham
£31,493 - £36,297 per annum
Closing date
29 Apr 2024

Job Details

Project Manager 


£31,493 - £36,297 per annum


Are you looking for the next step in your care career? Utilise your current skills and experience and develop as Project Manager at the new reablement service.


If you are interested in supporting people with Mental health Needs whilst developing your skills and experience within a fantastic reablement Service, please apply today!


What is the reablement service? 

A highly focused 12-week intervention which involves one to one community support, to support Service users to recover and help to overcome issues in their daily lives that impact negatively on their mental health and wellbeing.


The primary focus of the service is to enable service users to remain independent in the community and to facilitate discharge from psychiatric wards.  


The Role

Are you passionate about making a positive impact in the lives of people with mental health needs? We are currently seeking a dedicated individual to join our team as project manager. If you are dedicated, compassionate, and committed to mental health services, we invite you to apply. Join us in making a difference in the lives of those who need it most.


The Project Manager will responsible for the effective management of our city reablement service. The post holder will line manage the support workers and referral coordinator. Working closely in a team with the Service manager and wider operational leadership, the post holder will provide day to day management and assist in the development of the services.


As the Project Manager you will have a variety of duties and responsibilities which will include but are not limited to:

  • Recruiting, selecting and inducting new colleagues Managing performance through supervisions, development plans and CLEAR conversations
  • Managing work place health and safety risk assessments and practices in line with regulations
  • Meeting statutory and organisational quality requirements and regulations
  • Develop, monitor and meet designated cost centre income and expenditure targets
  • Contribute to wider organisational development initiatives to develop and improve services
  • Develop and maintain partnerships with internal and external stakeholders
  • Work in partnership with other organisations.


About You

You will be passionate about supporting people with mental health needs. You will be able to motivate the team, empowering them to achieve great things across the service. When things don't go to plan; you will need to be resilient and have the character to bounce back. You will have a sense of humour and compassion; clearly demonstrating our organisations’ values of being Caring, Learning, Enthusiastic, Accountable and Resilient.


Having a ‘can do’ attitude and the right values, you will be able to work in a way to ensure support is delivered in the most compassionate and empowering way. You will have strong communication skills to not only work effectively and efficiently with your team and the service users but also to actively build relationships with key support agencies.


You will need experience in mental health and case management. Minimum or working towards NVQ level 3 or new QCF Diploma level 3 in Management or Leadership, Health and Social Care, Housing or another relevant qualification or experience at Level 3.


You will work Monday to Friday 9am – 5pm, however there may be expectation to work some evenings up to 8pm and occasional weekends and bank holidays.


All successful candidates will be required to take a basic numeracy and literacy exercise prior to the interview. 


Interviews are being arranged on an ongoing basis


Looking forward to receiving your application!


All successful candidates will be required to take a work-related test prior to the interview.


Please note that we are not currently offering visa sponsorship.


As an Equal Opportunities and Disability Confident Employer, NCHA welcomes applications from all suitably qualified candidates including those from Black, Asian and minority ethnic groups and disabled candidates. As part of our LGBT Allies Programme, we also welcome applications from members of the LGBT community and encourage inclusivity in the workplace.


Company info
01943 661105
The engine house
Ilkley road
West Yorkshire
United Kingdom

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