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NB: This vacancy closed to applications on 17/09/2020.

Locality Business Manager

Job Reference: L43-58379-CHPE

Employer:
Norfolk County Council
Department:
Children's Services
Location:
Great Yarmouth
Salary:
£27,741 to £29,577 per annum

Locality Business Manager 58379 CHPE

Havenbridge House, Great Yarmouth

£27,741 to £29,577 per annum

37 hours per week

Permanent contract

 

As a Locality Business Manager, you will plan, manage and deliver support to meet priorities and deliver outcomes for service specific locality teams. You will coordinate a range of business activities such as establishment monitoring, finance, supervision and premises and health and safety. The operational support function is integral to the success of our new operating model, your role in implementation of this new way of working will be crucial as well as your ability to lead people through change.

 

You’ll identify succession planning, ensure staff are offered appropriate training and development opportunities and work with other Locality Business Managers to develop areas of responsibilities. Fully integrating yourself in the team, you’ll be the go-to person within the locality to ensure an efficient and effective administrative support service is delivered.

 

With experience of supervising a large team and supporting a large, diverse or countywide service your organisational skills will be second to none. You’ll have experience of mentoring and coaching staff, preparing budgets, developing and monitoring administrative systems and compiling presentations and reports.

 

You’ll have detailed knowledge of administration and ICT systems and procedures, the ability to understand department function and service objectives and the skills to communicate with people at all levels.

 

If you are looking for the opportunity to be central to the smooth running of operational support for our frontline teams, we want to hear from you.





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