Job Reference: 56302
Restart Team Leader
- Runcorn, Cheshire
- £14.86 - £18.52 per hour
- Temporary / Full Time
Seven Resourcing are looking for a temporary Restart Team Leader to work in Runcorn. This position is initially for a period of 3 months and is paying from £14.86 – £18.52 per hour (PAYE and Umbrella payment options available).
The maintenance, supervision and development of systems and processes for the Restart Programme.
Ensuring accurate and compliant storage of all data held on the systems.
Timely reviews and accurate transmission of this data in a variety of forms to prime contractor/DWP: In particular, statutory funding agencies in order to draw down appropriate funding for the service and comply with inspection and funding regimes. Line management of the Restart Advisors.
- To lead the maintenance, supervision and development of systems and processes for Restart Programme in order to draw down appropriate funding for the service and comply with inspection and funding regimes.
Submission and compilation of accurate, compliant and timely external data/financial returns.
Submission and compilation of other statutory and ad hoc submissions as required.
Ensuring staff are well informed and motivated to contribute to improvements in processes and procedures that will deliver efficiencies and service enhancements, with regard to divisional strategies, quality standards and programmes of work.
Development and maintenance of a reporting framework to support the management of the efficiency and quality of the provision; this would include a schedule of internal audits and a timetable of key reporting and other dates.
Undertake continuous professional development to ensure up to date working knowledge of the business use and benefits of existing and emerging systems and processes and, where appropriate, make recommendations for their application.
Provision of operational reports to support the smooth running of the Restart programme within Halton People into Jobs.
Provision of ad hoc reports to support particular business needs arising e.g. Self-Assessment Reporting, Programme Service Standards, Good News Stories.
Keeping up-to-date with statutory rules and guidance through reading, attendance at regional and national update events, and participation in forums. Translate this knowledge into day-to-day data and information operational practices and Restart programme delivery.
Providing advice to managers, team members on eligibility for funding and efficient service delivery to ensure maximum funding can be drawn down and outputs achieved.
- Qualifications: Educated to at least NVQ 4 or equivalent level of experience in paid or unpaid work.
- Experience: Proven relationship management experience with a variety of partners in the public, private and voluntary sectors, particularly in relation to employment and health.
- Compliance: Proof of ability to work and live in the UK. References covering the last 3 years and recent DBS check.
- Travel: Clean UK driving license with the ability to commute to and from work independently.
- Hours: 37 hours p/w.
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