New Assistant Manager roles created at Restorative SCS

As part of Restorative’s unwavering commitment to continuous improvement in children and young people’s social care, three new Assistant Manager roles have been created for Calderdale, Kirklees and Bradford zones within the supported accommodation service.

“These are completely new senior posts within our management structure,” said Byron Smith, one of the founding directors of Restorative.

The new Assistant Manager posts have been created to support the Zonal Managers in their responsibility of overseeing each zone’s teams, a role previously undertaken by Senior Support Workers.

“We needed to build capacity within our growing organisation to continue to provide the high standards of care and support we are committed to, while reflecting industry regulations. The new Assistant Managers will work on-shift supporting their teams, and they will also deputise for, and work alongside, Zonal Managers, gaining high-level experience and skills to further them in their careers,” says Byron.

Successful candidates to the Assistant Manager roles will receive Restorative’s signature support for personalised career development, including the completion of a Level 5 qualification and inhouse training programmes.

For those committed to the highest standards of social care for children and young people, Restorative are a Living Wage Employer, offer career roadmaps, study opportunities and reviewed and improved pay scales.

“We’ve always offered routes for staff to progress and as our service develops in line with increased demand in sufficiency this continues to be the case. We are committed to service development in meeting and exceeding standards of excellence in care for your people while supporting our teams to reach their potential.”

Those interested in applying for one of the new Assistant Manager posts at Restorative should view details and apply on the Restorative’s Careers page. Prospective applicants are also welcome to get in touch with the office if they would like to ask any questions or have an informal discussion about the role.

“If you think this role might be for you, get in touch. We’ve always got time for a chat if you’re considering joining our organisation and we’ll gladly explain the role in more detail,” said Byron.