The Centre Manager will play a key role in ensuring the management and smooth running of the ‘Skills and Play’ centre. An important aspect of the job is to develop the business, utilise the facilities available and identifying new opportunities by means of effective marketing, networking and innovative solutions.
The role will involve working closely with Social Services, parents/careers, children and young people, local 3rd sector originations and services as well as local council health and social care partnerships, to ensure that the Centre is a vibrant, well-managed facility that operates for the benefit of all centre users.
The Manager will be given a high degree of autonomy, will should be self-motivated to carry out the role of development manager in an initiative manner in line with the organisations wider plans for development and growth.
The main duties and responsibilities of the Manager are:
For a full list of qualifications acceptable for this post, please visit sssc.uk.com/knowledgebase/article/KA-02523/en-us
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KO-NEKT ‘skills & play’ Centre is a specially designed childcare centre aimed at children and young people aged 5-18yrs with Additional Support Needs (ASN). KO-NEKT has been created for children and young people who require extra support beyond that provided by existing community, education, family or health service providers. Its launch in 2017 sought to initiate a new future for families whose children have ASN. The centre challenges the traditional ways of supporting children with ASN. It is run by social champions whose values promote community wealth building and a belief that everyone should have access to opportunities to thrive and become confident in their own ability.
Application will be assessed between the dates of 04/01/2021 and 12/02/2021. We may close the application process prior to the 12/02/20 if application number are high so we advise early application submission.
If you have any difficulties completing your application, please email me at the above address, application which do not have the relevant qualification will not be reach interview stage, due to Scottish Care Inspectorate and SSSC guidelines.
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