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Head of Positive Behaviour Support

Salary: Circa £60,000 Per Year Location: West Midlands Sector: Private Sector Job Type: Permanent Type of Service: Children's

Job Ref: OJ 3174

Hampton's Resourcing are working closely with a Children's Care provider, to help with the appointment of a brand-new position - Head of Positive Behaviour Support.

The purpose of this role is to build the capacity of staff to ensure a delivery of research-based interventions that result in the reduction of violence and aggression and the use of restraint.

You will take responsibility of developing and leading the company-wide violence and restraint reduction strategy, developing and implementing restrictive practice reduction policies and undertaking investigations into untoward events involving restrictive practice within the company.

The role will be field based, with travel throughout the UK. This role requires an operationally strong individual who can influence and build relationships both internally and externally, as well as having a strong Children's Residential background.

Essential Criteria

  • Relevant Management Qualification (NVQ Level 5 in Leadership and Management)
  • It would be beneficial if you had a qualification in Social Work / Therapeutic Practice / Behavioural Management etc
  • Experience Managing Children's Residential Homes at a Regional Level.
  • Up to date training and knowledge in physical intervention methodology (MAPA, Team Teach)
  • Proven experience achieving Good/Outstanding results across multiple services with OFSTED

Salary: circa £60k (dependent on experience) + car allowance + expenses

If you are interested in this position or would like to have a confidential discussion to find out further details, then please email your CV or call Oliver or James on 01926 353999.

Hampton's Resourcing prides itself on creating opportunities for Social Care Senior Managers to challenge themselves to continually develop their skills and experience. Our aim is to consistently find work for the most talented individuals within Children's and Adults Social Care services, across the UK

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