Jobs in Redcar & Cleveland



Assistant Director – Adult Care Operations

The care and wellbeing of our residents is at the heart of what we do every day of the year.

We are committed to helping older people retain their independence for as long as possible and work every day to make this possible.

We are also support many adults with different needs to provide them with the best chance of a great quality of life.

You have the opportunity to lead a skilled and committed team to maintain and improve our day-to-day services which provide value for money for our users and taxpayers.

We have an ageing population, so this newly-created role is integral to our Council and you will have a great opportunity to make a real difference to people’s lives while developing a successful and rewarding career.

You will develop a high quality infrastructure which enables us to keep the care of adults at the heart of what we do while implementing changes in Government policy in the sector.

Providing care is complex, so you will be flexible and imaginative, and adept at working with all stakeholders in the sector.

Our statutory duties to adults who rely on our services are paramount and you will ensure these are met every time.

Providing quality care really does improve people’s lives, so the rewards from this role are huge.

We would love to meet you if this matters to you.

RCBC Councillor Mary Ovens

RCBC Councillor Mary Ovens – Cabinet Member for Adult Care Services

Please read through the person specification for the role below and send us a supporting statement outlining how you fit the criteria, along with your CV, to HRTRANSACTIONAL@REDCAR-CLEVELAND.GOV.UK

The closing date for applications is 30 September 2022 at 12 noon.

The provisional date for the first round of interviews is 14 October 2022.

For an informal conversation about the role, please contact Patrick Rice – Corporate Director for Adults and Communities by email.

Assistant Director – Adult Care Operations Job Description and Person Specification 

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