Community, Health, Prevention Operations Manager

  • Job Reference: 00000626-1
  • Date Posted: 19 July 2021
  • Recruiter: GIPSIL
  • Location: Leeds
  • Remote Working: Some remote working possible
  • Salary: £41,881
  • Role: Senior Manager jobs
  • Job type: Permanent
  • Work hours: Full Time

Job Description

GIPSIL is committed to all aspects of safeguarding. We believe that all children and adults, who are at risk of harm, have the right to be protected from abuse. GIPSIL aims to ensure that all staff and voluntary workers who seek work at GIPSIL and who have access to children and adults are safe to do so.

GIPSIL is a community based organisation providing housing, counselling, advice and support to young and vulnerable people at risk in Leeds.

As an organisation we are committed to the following principles in recruitment to ensure we can effectively achieve our aim of providing equal opportunities and safer recruitment; 

  • We recruit for potential, not perfection
  • We are a values based recruiter
  • We value lived experience as a demonstration of capability for a role
  • We only utilise truly “essential” criteria in recruitment
  • We are committed to safer recruitment practice

When we refer to Values we are talking about our organisational Values, found here.

GIPSIL is a community based organisation and are lead provider of housing and support services to vulnerable adults, young people and young people leaving care in Leeds; we also provide wellbeing support to children in a school setting.

We deliver outstanding and well-respected services to children, young people and families in multiple settings through our Community, Health, Prevention including counselling and wellbeing work under The Beck brand. We also lead the cross-city consortium for housing support, Our Way Leeds. This role sits within the Senior Leadership Team reporting directly to the Director of Services with a clear remit for overseeing all of our Community, Health and Prevention work.

This work is an exciting new developing focus for the organisation, recognising the excellent work we have done across the city in the last decade and seeking to build on it.

The ideal candidate will understand how Community, Health and Prevention work together to provide early help for the people we work with, meeting our ambition to support people as early as we possibly can.

As this is an area of development for us as an organisation the ideal candidate will also have a track record of identifying gaps in service delivery and working collaboratively and co-producing solutions, finding and securing appropriate funding to meet this need.

To arrange an informal conversation about the role or to apply please email hr@gipsil.org.uk for a full application pack

You will be informed within 5 working days of the Shortlisting Date if you have been successful

Please note that GIPSIL will not accept CV’s. No agencies.

  • Deadline for applications: 12th August 23:59pm
  • Shortlisting Date: 19th August
  • Interview Date: 26th August