Lifelink is looking for several new team members to help us achieve our business growth and expansion plans of supporting more people to be healthier and happier wherever they live, work or learn. Come and join the healthier and happier revolution!
If you are an experienced, enthusiastic Assistant Manager (or have the required experience, skills & aptitude) with existing experience of managing people and service delivery to achieve performance targets and outcomes - then we want to hear from you ASAP!
Several positions on offer with a profile of between 35 hours per week, delivered flexibly, and with some evening and weekend working with potential on-call responsibility.
Our new Assistant Managers will be responsible for ensuring smooth delivery of Lifelink’s day to day operations. This will include scheduling and managing people and facilities to ensure they are available and ready to meet the needs of our clients. They will support and performance manage a team of staff, develop and maintain local partnerships¬, deliver corporate training and community-based workshops and contribute to service delivery and development, amongst other activities.
This is a busy and demanding role with a lot of variety. As such we are looking for energetic, positive, solution focused individuals who have experience in these areas. We expect you to take our local services to the next level by providing excellent local leadership and ensuring our services remain at the leading edge, whilst meeting the needs of our service users, our business partners and our business.
You must have:
Ideally you will have:
Closing date for completed applications is 22nd January, interviews will be w/c 25th January, successful candidates will start in March 2021
Go to lifelink.org.uk/assistant-managers for further info and application form
About us - Lifelink is a social enterprise delivering counselling, support and wellbeing services to a wide-ranging client portfolio, adults and young people, in community, school and workplace settings. Our commissioning partners include NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde, Scottish Prison Service, and West Dunbartonshire and North Lanarkshire HSCP’s. We are a member of BACP and adhere to the BACP framework for good practice in counselling and psychotherapy. All our staff are suitably qualified for the services they deliver whether that’s counselling, support work, training or management roles.