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Re-ad Business Process Manager

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Job Summary

Contract Type:
Working Pattern:
Full time
Advert Start Date:
Advert End Date:
Closed for applications on 29/07/2018 23:59
£35,229 - £39,002 pa
Hours per week:
Job Category:
Social Care - Adult Service
Vacancy ID:
Employment Location:
Any location within North Tyneside

Job details 

Closing date:
29 Jul

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This job is closed for applications.

Further information

We are looking for an enthusiastic innovative person to oversee the Business Processes in Adult Social Care. This is an exciting time in North Tyneside as we have recently implemented a new IT system. Once fully embedded this will improve operating processes and increase efficiency in practice.

You will be proficient in managing systems and people regarding all aspects of the business involved in Adult Social Care. This includes Financial Assessment, Direct Payments, Income Recovery and Court of Protection work.

You will require a good understanding of the importance of links between social work and the subsequent business processes this requires to ensure a good service to customers of Adult Social Care.

You will oversee and manage 4 small teams with support from 2 operational managers. You will report to the Assistant Director for Wellbeing and Assessment

For further information please contact;
Alison Tombs on 0191 6435963 or email alison.tombs@northtyneside.gov.uk or
Ellie Anderson on 0191 6437354 or email ellie.anderson@northtyneside.gov.uk

North Tyneside Council is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

In addition, staff and volunteers are expected to familiarise themselves with all relevant policies, procedures and guidance in relation to safeguarding children and safe practice with vulnerable adults. Within North Tyneside, safeguarding is everybody’s business.

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