JOB: Could you be the new head of adult disability and mental health services?

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North Lincolnshire Council is currently advertising for a head of adult disability and mental health.

Now is the perfect time to work alongside the council’s ‘outstanding’ children’s services and excellent adult social care, in an area where vulnerable people are a priority and premier business, leisure and housing options are on offer.

Through strategic and collaborative working, the right candidate will support the Director of Adults and Community Wellbeing in the delivery of the council’s strategic vision in North Lincolnshire for vulnerable adults and their families. The post holder will have accountability for continuing high standards and performance, and autonomy to develop and further improve the quality of services provided.

The successful candidate will be welcomed into a supported, experienced and outward looking leadership team, who draw on a wide range of professional and specialist support to ensure excellence across the service.

There is a competitive salary on offer as well as an attractive relocation package, lease car supplement, flexible working arrangements, generous annual leave entitlement (35 days per year plus bank holidays) and a childcare salary sacrifice scheme.

Karen Pavey, Director of Adults and Community Wellbeing at North Lincolnshire Council, said: “This is an excellent opportunity for anyone who is experienced and passionate about providing the best outcomes for vulnerable adults and their families. You will be working alongside professional and specialist partners, sharing your expertise and ideas, and supporting staff.

“We are proud of the work we do and look forward to welcoming a new senior colleague to the team. Please view the job description and employee specification on our website and contact me on 01724 296420 if you have any questions.”

For details of the role and the person specification, please visit the latest jobs pages at www.northlincs.gov.uk/latest-jobs.