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Head of Region (South West)


Salary: £58,000 + competitive pension (generous relocation package available)  Location: South West (Bristol TBC)  Deadline: 1 April 2019 at 9.00am



Job Description

The Head of Region is responsible for all aspects of programme organisation and delivery in the region and is a vital and senior position in this pioneering organisation. The individual will bring their social work practice and relationship management expertise to the implementation and further development of the programme in the region. The South West region is our newest region, working with new local authority partners and newly recruited consultant social workers. It represents a unique opportunity to develop the region further, by establishing a new team and bringing additional social workers into the region.

This is a unique opportunity to join the team of a pioneering organisation that develops social workers to transform the lives of vulnerable children and families. The position offers the opportunity to build and manage relationships with a wide range of partners and join the organisation in a leadership role.

The successful candidate will be an effective leader and manager of people with an ability to draw up long term strategic plans and translate these into delivery through a small regional team and a wide number of partnerships. As Head of Region you will be the senior leader for the Frontline charity in your region and have a clear vision for outstanding social work practice and education with an understanding of practice models and theories.


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  • Flexible working hours
  • Competitive pension employer contribution
  • 25 days annual leave + bank holidays + office closes from 25 Dec to 1 Jan
  • Buy or sell up to five days annual leave a year
  • Interest free loan for season ticket
  • Personal coaching and mentoring
  • Cycle to work scheme
  • Volunteering days
  • Employee assistance programme