- Location: Perth
- £36,865 to £40,300 per annum, TL10
- Hours: Full Time
- Contact: Please see description
- Reference: PKC05021
Assistant Team Leader, Pullar House, Perth (PKC05021)
£36,865 - £40,300
Pullar House, 35 Kinnoull Street, Perth PH1 5GD
You will provide a specialist resource through the development of knowledge and experience in the Access Team which is part of the Early Intervention and Prevention Service. You will support Team Leaders in the discharge of their duties through supervision of staff, screening and allocation of referrals and representation on inter agency development forums. You will work at an advanced level carrying additional duties associated within identified roles or undertake specified tasks to support the Team Leaders and deputise as required. In this role you will manage and develop specific areas within the Early Intervention and Prevention Service. You will provide, manage and / or co-ordinate and contribute to the development of good practice and service development.
You must be able to demonstrate initiative & independence, work within defined policy guidelines rather than following established procedures and be expected to deal personally with predictable problems. Access to a supervisor/manager is generally available for unusual or difficult problems. Extensive practical experience with knowledge across a number of areas is required.
For further details on this post, please contact Gillian Morrison 01738 476571.
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