Routes to Work Team Manager, High Wycombe £31,000 pro rata

We are seeking a part time team manager to manage our Routes to Work Project. Salary £31,000 (FTE) pro rata for a 18.5 hour post.

Please contact recruitment@oasispartnership.org for an application form. CVs will be accepted, but please include information about why you are applying for this post. Closing date 13th January 2022.

Person Specification and Job Description  
Job Title: Team Manager – Routes to Work projectAccountable To:  The Chief Executive Officer  
Base: High Wycombe (Car user essential)Pay: £31,000 pro rata for 18.5 hours per week.  
Hours: 18.5 over 5 days – to be agreed.  Contract: Permanent
Job Summary  
As Team Manager, you will be responsible for managing and developing the Oasis Routes to Work project, this includes the Building Futures project, our Employment, Training, and Education (ETE) support program, which we call Routes to Work.     The following key elements are expected to be delivered: Taking a proactive role in supporting existing ETE projects whilst developing them to meet demand; Maximise opportunities to develop and provide online support services and access to information; Support Oasis’ fundraising goals by regularly providing content and case studies for reporting purposes and social media; To collaborate effectively with key stakeholders, whilst developing new partnerships and pathways to enhance projects; Support for current and proposed projects, working to achieve Strategic Plan outcomes and objectives. The role involves policy, procedure and strategic development to reflect emerging and best practice guidance. There is a requirement to report data, statistics and case studies on a monthly basis and within a quarterly report in line with funder expectations.
Person Specification – Technical / Professional Skills, Expertise and Qualifications preferred  
Qualification & experience in management and supervision; Vocational qualification; Proven verbal and written communication skills with the ability to tailor the message to the audience; Collaborative team working skills; Adaptable and able to work in a challenging and changeable environment; Ability to deliver against agreed objectives and targets; Demonstrable understanding and/or training in health and social care; Understanding of the issues faced by people disadvantaged through substance misuse, mental health, homelessness, unemployment, loneliness and social isolation; Able to deliver a range of services and interventions in a person centred, non-judgmental manner; Able to demonstrate flexibility and creativity when developing projects and reporting on outcomes; Experience of working with people in relation to employment, education and training.  
Job Description – Detailed General Duties and ResponsibilitiesTypical work activities may include:
Liaison with key stakeholders. Working with multiple agencies across different sectors in order to establish good working relationships to influence decisions and improve outcomes; Overseeing Building Futures (BF) project and line managing the two full time staff members working in this project.  Ensuring BF quarterly targets are reached. Attending regular meetings with Adviza to ensure we are up to date with contract expectations.  Ensuring compliance of monthly/quarterly data to Adviza; Generating appropriate opportunities based on the needs of the organisation; Ensuring there is appropriate training for staff and volunteers. Monitoring, supervising, supporting, motivating and accrediting staff and volunteers, delegating responsibilities to other teams as appropriate; Collating and reporting on Routes to Work and outcomes for all projects; Managing the Routes to Work team to ensure targets are met and accurately recorded on the Oasis CRM; Research and support in writing relevant policies and procedures, and also maintaining existing processes & procedures to ensure paperwork is in place for the project; Celebrating achievements and organising celebration events; Offering advice and information to external organisations through face-to-face, telephone, social media and email contact; Monitoring and evaluating activities and writing reports for funders and trustees; Maintaining databases and regularly reporting on data and statistics as required by our funders; Undertaking any other administrative duties that may be required.