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    • edinburgh, edinburgh
    • permanent
    • £37,000 - £40,000 per year
    • full-time
    Are you an experienced Adult Service Manager?Looking to work a charity with family values and services users at the heart of everything they do?Successful candidates will be happy to work on a permanent basis offering excellent salary up to £40,000. The role is remote working however service visits will be required, as you will be overseeing multiple services such as housing support, therapeutic along with support services.As a Manager you will be a committed and caring individual with relevant experience of working in a social care setting for Adult Services within a housing support environment.What the Organisation can offer:Up to 34 days annual leave + 4 bank holidays + 2 well-being days Remote workingAn excellent £300 candidate referral scheme*The successful Manager will be responsible for:Working effectively as part of a team, leading the staff from the frontRecognising and encouraging the rights of Adults within all areas of their lifeWorking in a professional manner, meeting SSSC and Care Inspectorate StandardsIn ordered to be considered for this post, you must be:Qualified to minimum SVQ Level 4 in Care and hold an SCQF Level 8 and above in ManagementA car driver with access to your own vehicle (ESSENTIAL)Minimum 4 years UK management experience, working within a Adults care settingIf you have a desire to make a difference to the lives of others and you have a hard working ethos please submit your CV or contact Mujib Khan on 0131 240 0887 for a confidential discussion or further information.Randstad Care acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad Care is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.Did you know that Randstad Care have been awarded a place on the National Clinical Staffing Framework for the NHS? This means we will be able to bring you more opportunities within nursing & midwifery and clinical staffing.
    Are you an experienced Adult Service Manager?Looking to work a charity with family values and services users at the heart of everything they do?Successful candidates will be happy to work on a permanent basis offering excellent salary up to £40,000. The role is remote working however service visits will be required, as you will be overseeing multiple services such as housing support, therapeutic along with support services.As a Manager you will be a committed and caring individual with relevant experience of working in a social care setting for Adult Services within a housing support environment.What the Organisation can offer:Up to 34 days annual leave + 4 bank holidays + 2 well-being days Remote workingAn excellent £300 candidate referral scheme*The successful Manager will be responsible for:Working effectively as part of a team, leading the staff from the frontRecognising and encouraging the rights of Adults within all areas of their lifeWorking in a professional manner, meeting SSSC and Care Inspectorate StandardsIn ordered to be considered for this post, you must be:Qualified to minimum SVQ Level 4 in Care and hold an SCQF Level 8 and above in ManagementA car driver with access to your own vehicle (ESSENTIAL)Minimum 4 years UK management experience, working within a Adults care settingIf you have a desire to make a difference to the lives of others and you have a hard working ethos please submit your CV or contact Mujib Khan on 0131 240 0887 for a confidential discussion or further information.Randstad Care acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad Care is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.Did you know that Randstad Care have been awarded a place on the National Clinical Staffing Framework for the NHS? This means we will be able to bring you more opportunities within nursing & midwifery and clinical staffing.
    • edinburgh, edinburgh
    • permanent
    • £29,202 - £36,681 per year
    • full-time
    Do you enjoy supporting vulnerable children to overcome challenges?Do you want to help vulnerable children to reach their full potential? This is a permanent position so why miss out on this fantastic opportunity?Job PurposeThis is a Social Work role in the Family Placement service (Fostering & Adoption) and is responsible for providing a social work service to foster carers/adopters and children/young people to ensure that the best outcomes for children and young people is achieved at all times in line with all statutory and regulatory requirements, alongside our client's policies and procedures. The role will also contribute to the development of the service by working collaboratively with Family Placement colleagues undertaking such activities as recruitment and training and supporting the wider Family Placement agenda. Key Responsibilities* Provide customised and focused Social Work support to our client's cohort of foster carers and/or adopters to ensure they provide a safe and secure environment for children/young people placed* Undertake appropriate Social Work assessments in line with the needs of the service users* Adhere at all times to relevant Safeguarding procedures and immediately reporting child protection concerns internally in line with our client's policy and when appropriate to external bodies* Maintain knowledge and understanding of and adhere at all times to all our client's policies and procedures, legislative requirements and relevant inspection bodies criteria* Produce Social Work reports to be used externally and internally* Represent our client's and/or the service at external and internal meetings * In accordance with our client's policies and procedures, assist senior management to address service complaints as and when required* As and when required, provide support to colleagues at Joint Supervision meetings* Contribute to the development of the service by:o ensuring the voice of children/young people and carers/adopters are represented in the service through engaging in and where appropriate lead in the delivery of participation and consultation activities o delivering relevant training to our client's cohort of foster carers and adopters to the relevant standards on both a group and individual basis and provide feedback to enable training materials to be updated to remain relevant and effectiveo providing feedback to enable the development of service policies and procedures or assist with service development projects in line with service business planso providing feedback to enable development of service policies and procedures and service delivery to young persons, carers and adopterso supervision* of staff, students or volunteers may be expected*allocating work, day to day supervision & supportKey ActivitiesBelow is an overview of the key tasks and activities that are associated with the role on a day to day basis within the Family Placement context. Please note this list is not exhaustive and is provided as an overview only.Fostering* Regular supervisory visits, including unannounced* Maintain accurate case recording at all times* Completion of Form F assessments* Partake in the Duty System* Attend relevant multi agency meetings such as LAC reviews* Representing the organisation at internal and external meetings* Producing qualitative reports to be shared with relevant external agencies (e.g. Court, Local Authority/Trust, regulatory bodies)* Partake in participation and consultation events with carers, children & young people* Training delivery in both Group and Individual settings* Undertaking project work as and when requiredAdoption* Maintain accurate case recording at all times* Completion of PAR/Adoption assessments* Attend relevant multi agency meetings such as LAC reviews* Representing the organisation at internal and external meetings* Family Finding* Linking & Matching* Producing qualitative reports to be shared with relevant external agencies (e.g. Court, Local Authority, regulatory bodies)* Partake in participation and consultation events with adopters, children & young people* Training delivery in both Group and Individual settings* Undertaking project work as and when requiredWhy let this opportunity slip through your fingers? Do you have some more questions regarding this or any other role?If you are interested in discussing the position further, please contact Leah Rowley on 07825 865146 / for a confidential discussion.Are you thinking about a change in your career? Whether you are in a permanent position, an existing locum or you are moving back to the job market and are exploring your options, we have opportunities that are exciting, well paid and flexible.I have over 15 years experience recruiting within the health care market. If this particular role does not sound quite right for you, we have a wide selection of roles across the country that may not be advertised. We are also able to source a particular role to suit your requirements, so whether you work with children or adults in any particular speciality, please get in touch to see how we can support you!Randstad Care acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad Care is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.Did you know that Randstad Care have been awarded a place on the National Clinical Staffing Framework for the NHS? This means we will be able to bring you more opportunities within nursing & midwifery and clinical staffing.
    Do you enjoy supporting vulnerable children to overcome challenges?Do you want to help vulnerable children to reach their full potential? This is a permanent position so why miss out on this fantastic opportunity?Job PurposeThis is a Social Work role in the Family Placement service (Fostering & Adoption) and is responsible for providing a social work service to foster carers/adopters and children/young people to ensure that the best outcomes for children and young people is achieved at all times in line with all statutory and regulatory requirements, alongside our client's policies and procedures. The role will also contribute to the development of the service by working collaboratively with Family Placement colleagues undertaking such activities as recruitment and training and supporting the wider Family Placement agenda. Key Responsibilities* Provide customised and focused Social Work support to our client's cohort of foster carers and/or adopters to ensure they provide a safe and secure environment for children/young people placed* Undertake appropriate Social Work assessments in line with the needs of the service users* Adhere at all times to relevant Safeguarding procedures and immediately reporting child protection concerns internally in line with our client's policy and when appropriate to external bodies* Maintain knowledge and understanding of and adhere at all times to all our client's policies and procedures, legislative requirements and relevant inspection bodies criteria* Produce Social Work reports to be used externally and internally* Represent our client's and/or the service at external and internal meetings * In accordance with our client's policies and procedures, assist senior management to address service complaints as and when required* As and when required, provide support to colleagues at Joint Supervision meetings* Contribute to the development of the service by:o ensuring the voice of children/young people and carers/adopters are represented in the service through engaging in and where appropriate lead in the delivery of participation and consultation activities o delivering relevant training to our client's cohort of foster carers and adopters to the relevant standards on both a group and individual basis and provide feedback to enable training materials to be updated to remain relevant and effectiveo providing feedback to enable the development of service policies and procedures or assist with service development projects in line with service business planso providing feedback to enable development of service policies and procedures and service delivery to young persons, carers and adopterso supervision* of staff, students or volunteers may be expected*allocating work, day to day supervision & supportKey ActivitiesBelow is an overview of the key tasks and activities that are associated with the role on a day to day basis within the Family Placement context. Please note this list is not exhaustive and is provided as an overview only.Fostering* Regular supervisory visits, including unannounced* Maintain accurate case recording at all times* Completion of Form F assessments* Partake in the Duty System* Attend relevant multi agency meetings such as LAC reviews* Representing the organisation at internal and external meetings* Producing qualitative reports to be shared with relevant external agencies (e.g. Court, Local Authority/Trust, regulatory bodies)* Partake in participation and consultation events with carers, children & young people* Training delivery in both Group and Individual settings* Undertaking project work as and when requiredAdoption* Maintain accurate case recording at all times* Completion of PAR/Adoption assessments* Attend relevant multi agency meetings such as LAC reviews* Representing the organisation at internal and external meetings* Family Finding* Linking & Matching* Producing qualitative reports to be shared with relevant external agencies (e.g. Court, Local Authority, regulatory bodies)* Partake in participation and consultation events with adopters, children & young people* Training delivery in both Group and Individual settings* Undertaking project work as and when requiredWhy let this opportunity slip through your fingers? Do you have some more questions regarding this or any other role?If you are interested in discussing the position further, please contact Leah Rowley on 07825 865146 / for a confidential discussion.Are you thinking about a change in your career? Whether you are in a permanent position, an existing locum or you are moving back to the job market and are exploring your options, we have opportunities that are exciting, well paid and flexible.I have over 15 years experience recruiting within the health care market. If this particular role does not sound quite right for you, we have a wide selection of roles across the country that may not be advertised. We are also able to source a particular role to suit your requirements, so whether you work with children or adults in any particular speciality, please get in touch to see how we can support you!Randstad Care acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad Care is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.Did you know that Randstad Care have been awarded a place on the National Clinical Staffing Framework for the NHS? This means we will be able to bring you more opportunities within nursing & midwifery and clinical staffing.
    • edinburgh, edinburgh
    • permanent
    • £36,700 - £39,500, per year, 40 days annual leave, Remote Working
    • full-time
    Do you have experience working as a Service Manager within adults services? Do you have experience or a keen interest to work within a Mental Health setting? We have a fantastic opportunity for a experienced Service Manager or Senior Service Manager in the Lothians and Borders. This is a full time permanent position paying between £36,700 - £39,500 per annum. The post is able to offer remote working (with the requirement to carry out service visits from time to time). As Senior Service Manager for the Lothains and Borders you would be responsible for overseeing the Service Managers for Housing support, Therapeutic, Brief Intervention and Support services and you will report directly into the Assistant Director for Delivery & Service Development. What Randstad Care can offer:30 days AL (increases to 34 days after 5 years) + 4 days Bank Holidays + 2 Well being daysRemote working (Service visits required)Employee assistance programmePensionCycle to work schemeAttractive refer a friend scheme offering £300 per referral (offered by Randstad) The successful Adult Care Assistant will be responsible for:The Senior Service Manager will have overall responsibility and accountability for the delivery of highquality standards across a number of services supporting mental health.This strategic role will build and develop existing relationships and create effective new connections withkey stakeholders and local external partnerships.The Senior Service Manager will enable and promote positive and productive team environments andcultures for all staff. They will lead and develop managers, within their remit, to successfully deliverservice outcomes whilst maintaining operational quality and continuous improvement of services. In ordered to be considered for this post, you must have:Experience working as a Service ManagerExperience managing mental health and mental illness support environments Experience within team and individual development, coaching,leadership and managementExperience within budget management, including analysis and reportingExperience within management of project work and implementation of servicesAccess to your own vehicle A Qualification/Educated to degree level in mental health, social care/sciences or equivalent experience Click apply to submit your CV today! If you want to discuss what other jobs we have contact Andrew Paterson on 0131 240 0887 for a confidential discussion.Randstad Care acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad Care is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.Did you know that Randstad Care have been awarded a place on the National Clinical Staffing Framework for the NHS? This means we will be able to bring you more opportunities within nursing & midwifery and clinical staffing.
    Do you have experience working as a Service Manager within adults services? Do you have experience or a keen interest to work within a Mental Health setting? We have a fantastic opportunity for a experienced Service Manager or Senior Service Manager in the Lothians and Borders. This is a full time permanent position paying between £36,700 - £39,500 per annum. The post is able to offer remote working (with the requirement to carry out service visits from time to time). As Senior Service Manager for the Lothains and Borders you would be responsible for overseeing the Service Managers for Housing support, Therapeutic, Brief Intervention and Support services and you will report directly into the Assistant Director for Delivery & Service Development. What Randstad Care can offer:30 days AL (increases to 34 days after 5 years) + 4 days Bank Holidays + 2 Well being daysRemote working (Service visits required)Employee assistance programmePensionCycle to work schemeAttractive refer a friend scheme offering £300 per referral (offered by Randstad) The successful Adult Care Assistant will be responsible for:The Senior Service Manager will have overall responsibility and accountability for the delivery of highquality standards across a number of services supporting mental health.This strategic role will build and develop existing relationships and create effective new connections withkey stakeholders and local external partnerships.The Senior Service Manager will enable and promote positive and productive team environments andcultures for all staff. They will lead and develop managers, within their remit, to successfully deliverservice outcomes whilst maintaining operational quality and continuous improvement of services. In ordered to be considered for this post, you must have:Experience working as a Service ManagerExperience managing mental health and mental illness support environments Experience within team and individual development, coaching,leadership and managementExperience within budget management, including analysis and reportingExperience within management of project work and implementation of servicesAccess to your own vehicle A Qualification/Educated to degree level in mental health, social care/sciences or equivalent experience Click apply to submit your CV today! If you want to discuss what other jobs we have contact Andrew Paterson on 0131 240 0887 for a confidential discussion.Randstad Care acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad Care is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.Did you know that Randstad Care have been awarded a place on the National Clinical Staffing Framework for the NHS? This means we will be able to bring you more opportunities within nursing & midwifery and clinical staffing.
    • dalkeith, midlothian
    • permanent
    • £36,650 - £39,489 per year
    • full-time
    Are you a committed Social Worker looking for a permanent position?Do you have a passion for providing first-class support to Mental Health Services?If so, then we have the role for you!As well as working with a top organisation in the area, an excellent salary is available.The Senior Service Manager will have overall responsibility and accountability for the delivery of high quality standards across a number of services supporting Scotland's mental health. Services may be located within different local authority and NHS Board areas. Services may include Social Care Services registered with the Care Inspectorate; a range of Community Based Services; or a combination of both.Post: Senior Service ManagerHours: 37.5 per weekSalary: £36,650 to £39,489 per year (Salary Points 40 - 43)Contract: PermanentLocation: Lothian & Borders (home working initially with the expectation of regular service visits) Benefits of the role30 days AL (increases to 34 days after 5 years) + 4 days Bank Holidays + 2 Wellbeing days Remove working (Service visits required) Employee assistance programmePensionCycle to work scheme Essential Duties and ResponsibilitiesResponsible for effective performance through positive leadership, support and ongoing development of Service Managers in order to achieve high standards of service delivery , which will be underpinned by clear objectives and KPIs. Overall responsibility to ensure all services, within remit, are compliant with relevantContractsService SpecificationsCodes of Conduct and Practice, Terms and ConditionsAppropriate Regulatory Standards, e.g. National Care Standards, SSSC policies, Health and Safety, infection control, Wellbeing and quality assurance monitoring systems Support Service Managers to prepare for Care Inspections and address and improve identified actions/recommendations arising from Care Inspectorate reports, continuous improvement plans and ensure appropriate remedial measures are in place.Responsible for performance management, development and leadership, including coaching and performance development of Service Managers.Overall responsibility to ensure that quality assurance processes are embedded across remit, including robust peer audit programmes, audit reviews and completion of subsequent actions, enabling continuous improvement across services. Work proactively with the Business Development Manager and other roles to identify and develop new business opportunities in line with strategic objectives and to support local Health and Social Care Partnership plans. The role will play a key part in the submission and presentation of new business.Proactively lead and support Service Managers through change activities, promoting and role modelling a positive approach to leadership, engagement, culture and learning and development.Proactively identify and engage with key external and community stakeholders to lead, promote and facilitate a multi-agency approach to the delivery and development of services within remit. This includes building and maintaining positive and effective relationships with partners such as commissioners, Health and Social Care Partnership representatives, and other third sector partnersThrough analysis of service outcomes develop detailed business reports to identify and share good practice and learning/developments that may drive future models that align with strategic objectivesEnsure Service Managers demonstrate effective and efficient use of staff and other resources, supporting service managers to develop capacity and contingency plans.Support service managers to evidence impacts and outcomes of service and support delivery and monitor evaluations to develop continuous improvement plans and service design.Overall budget responsibility and accountability for services within remit and ensuring Service Managers are enabled to understand the management and maintenance of service budgets in relation to contractual/financial expectations.Create and promote a culture of shared learning across teams within remit, utilising digital tools to support their development and enable continuous professional learning and development.Actively contribute to the successful achievement of strategic objectives, through the support of 's wider work and National Programmes. Support the development and continuous improvement of the Framework for Practice in collaboration with the Practice and Policy Development Manager.Work with other Senior Service Managers on key Delivery and Service Development projects and acitivities. Experience:Managing mental health and mental illness support environments (E)Team and individual development, coaching,leadership and management (E)Budget management, including analysis and reporting. (E)Motivating and developing managers.(E)Successful track record in performance management and delivery of objectives/KPI's. (D)Health, Safety and Risk management implementation and monitoring. (E)Analysing performance data and reporting against service targets. (E)Management of project work and implementation of services. (E)Qualifications Educated to degree level in mental health, social care/sciences or equivalent experience (E)Knowledge & Skills Knowledge and Understanding:Mental health illness, stigma, discrimination and associated issues, understanding of the difficulties faced by people with mental ill health. (E)Equality, diversity and human rights and how these relate to the responsibilities of this post (E)Excellent knowledge of the health and social care funding, strategy and delivery environment. Excellent understanding of the Social Care sector; public body contracting environment, social care regulatory framework, current Mental Health and Social Care policy and Health and Social Care partnership agenda. (E)Strong knowledge of the application of relevant legislation within social care services, e.g., Health and Safety. (E)Understanding of the principles of ensuring safe service provision for people at risk/vulnerable adults and how these are put into practice. (E)Knowledge and understanding of the relevant statutory authorities including Care Inspectorate, SSSC. (E)Knowledge of mental health legislation, regulation, research and best practice (E) Why let this opportunity slip through your fingers? Do you have some more questions regarding this or any other role?If you are interested in discussing the position further, please contact Leah Rowley on 0131 240 0887/ for a confidential discussion. If you are happy to move forward with the process and are successful to be put forward for this role, a conversation can also be arranged with the Manager to discuss the details about the position further. This gives you the opportunity to ask more questions and to assess if this is the right role for you.Being a preferred supplier to numerous local authorities and NHS trusts, we can give you access to a wide range of vacancies. Are you thinking about a change in your career? Whether you are an existing locum or you are new to the locum market and are exploring your options, we have opportunities that are exciting, well paid and flexible.I have over 17 years experience recruiting within the healthcare market. If this particular role does not sound quite right for you, we have a wide selection of roles across the country that may not be advertised. We are also able to source a particular role to suit your requirements, so whether you work with children or adults in any particular speciality, please get in touch to see how we can support you!Randstad Care acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad Care is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.Did you know that Randstad Care have been awarded a place on the National Clinical Staffing Framework for the NHS? This means we will be able to bring you more opportunities within nursing & midwifery and clinical staffing.
    Are you a committed Social Worker looking for a permanent position?Do you have a passion for providing first-class support to Mental Health Services?If so, then we have the role for you!As well as working with a top organisation in the area, an excellent salary is available.The Senior Service Manager will have overall responsibility and accountability for the delivery of high quality standards across a number of services supporting Scotland's mental health. Services may be located within different local authority and NHS Board areas. Services may include Social Care Services registered with the Care Inspectorate; a range of Community Based Services; or a combination of both.Post: Senior Service ManagerHours: 37.5 per weekSalary: £36,650 to £39,489 per year (Salary Points 40 - 43)Contract: PermanentLocation: Lothian & Borders (home working initially with the expectation of regular service visits) Benefits of the role30 days AL (increases to 34 days after 5 years) + 4 days Bank Holidays + 2 Wellbeing days Remove working (Service visits required) Employee assistance programmePensionCycle to work scheme Essential Duties and ResponsibilitiesResponsible for effective performance through positive leadership, support and ongoing development of Service Managers in order to achieve high standards of service delivery , which will be underpinned by clear objectives and KPIs. Overall responsibility to ensure all services, within remit, are compliant with relevantContractsService SpecificationsCodes of Conduct and Practice, Terms and ConditionsAppropriate Regulatory Standards, e.g. National Care Standards, SSSC policies, Health and Safety, infection control, Wellbeing and quality assurance monitoring systems Support Service Managers to prepare for Care Inspections and address and improve identified actions/recommendations arising from Care Inspectorate reports, continuous improvement plans and ensure appropriate remedial measures are in place.Responsible for performance management, development and leadership, including coaching and performance development of Service Managers.Overall responsibility to ensure that quality assurance processes are embedded across remit, including robust peer audit programmes, audit reviews and completion of subsequent actions, enabling continuous improvement across services. Work proactively with the Business Development Manager and other roles to identify and develop new business opportunities in line with strategic objectives and to support local Health and Social Care Partnership plans. The role will play a key part in the submission and presentation of new business.Proactively lead and support Service Managers through change activities, promoting and role modelling a positive approach to leadership, engagement, culture and learning and development.Proactively identify and engage with key external and community stakeholders to lead, promote and facilitate a multi-agency approach to the delivery and development of services within remit. This includes building and maintaining positive and effective relationships with partners such as commissioners, Health and Social Care Partnership representatives, and other third sector partnersThrough analysis of service outcomes develop detailed business reports to identify and share good practice and learning/developments that may drive future models that align with strategic objectivesEnsure Service Managers demonstrate effective and efficient use of staff and other resources, supporting service managers to develop capacity and contingency plans.Support service managers to evidence impacts and outcomes of service and support delivery and monitor evaluations to develop continuous improvement plans and service design.Overall budget responsibility and accountability for services within remit and ensuring Service Managers are enabled to understand the management and maintenance of service budgets in relation to contractual/financial expectations.Create and promote a culture of shared learning across teams within remit, utilising digital tools to support their development and enable continuous professional learning and development.Actively contribute to the successful achievement of strategic objectives, through the support of 's wider work and National Programmes. Support the development and continuous improvement of the Framework for Practice in collaboration with the Practice and Policy Development Manager.Work with other Senior Service Managers on key Delivery and Service Development projects and acitivities. Experience:Managing mental health and mental illness support environments (E)Team and individual development, coaching,leadership and management (E)Budget management, including analysis and reporting. (E)Motivating and developing managers.(E)Successful track record in performance management and delivery of objectives/KPI's. (D)Health, Safety and Risk management implementation and monitoring. (E)Analysing performance data and reporting against service targets. (E)Management of project work and implementation of services. (E)Qualifications Educated to degree level in mental health, social care/sciences or equivalent experience (E)Knowledge & Skills Knowledge and Understanding:Mental health illness, stigma, discrimination and associated issues, understanding of the difficulties faced by people with mental ill health. (E)Equality, diversity and human rights and how these relate to the responsibilities of this post (E)Excellent knowledge of the health and social care funding, strategy and delivery environment. Excellent understanding of the Social Care sector; public body contracting environment, social care regulatory framework, current Mental Health and Social Care policy and Health and Social Care partnership agenda. (E)Strong knowledge of the application of relevant legislation within social care services, e.g., Health and Safety. (E)Understanding of the principles of ensuring safe service provision for people at risk/vulnerable adults and how these are put into practice. (E)Knowledge and understanding of the relevant statutory authorities including Care Inspectorate, SSSC. (E)Knowledge of mental health legislation, regulation, research and best practice (E) Why let this opportunity slip through your fingers? Do you have some more questions regarding this or any other role?If you are interested in discussing the position further, please contact Leah Rowley on 0131 240 0887/ for a confidential discussion. If you are happy to move forward with the process and are successful to be put forward for this role, a conversation can also be arranged with the Manager to discuss the details about the position further. This gives you the opportunity to ask more questions and to assess if this is the right role for you.Being a preferred supplier to numerous local authorities and NHS trusts, we can give you access to a wide range of vacancies. Are you thinking about a change in your career? Whether you are an existing locum or you are new to the locum market and are exploring your options, we have opportunities that are exciting, well paid and flexible.I have over 17 years experience recruiting within the healthcare market. If this particular role does not sound quite right for you, we have a wide selection of roles across the country that may not be advertised. We are also able to source a particular role to suit your requirements, so whether you work with children or adults in any particular speciality, please get in touch to see how we can support you!Randstad Care acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad Care is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.Did you know that Randstad Care have been awarded a place on the National Clinical Staffing Framework for the NHS? This means we will be able to bring you more opportunities within nursing & midwifery and clinical staffing.

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