Opportunities have arisen within Birmingham Youth Offending Service for the recruitment of two Assistant Heads of Service, one in a permanent position and the other on a two-year fixed term basis. The successful candidates will provide dynamic leadership, management vision and direction to designated staff groups engaged in the operation and development of the Service.
Birmingham Youth Offending Service is the largest metropolitan Youth Offending Service in the country and is identified as the most complex by the Youth Justice Board. The Service recently underwent a HMIP inspection where specific areas for improvement have been identified. You will play a central role in progressing the actions within Birmingham's HMIP Improvement Plan.
Successful candidates will have substantial experience of working at a high managerial level in the Youth Justice system, with a proven track record of promoting effective partnership working and on delivering improved outcomes for children and ...
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