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The role

About Southwark:

Southwark is a large, ambitious and progressive council with a ‘can do’ attitude and enviable reputation. As a Council, we are successful, passionate and forward-thinking. We are committed to our ‘Fairer Futures for All’ promise which ensures that our residents and businesses are central to everything we do. If you want to make a difference at a local level, apply to Southwark Council today.


The Role:

The vision for Adult Social Care is to enable people with care and support needs and their carers to live healthy, independent and fulfilling lives in their community. We will achieve this by putting their well-being and safety at the centre of our work and doing what we can to prevent, reduce and delay the need for care and support through well-coordinated, personalised health and social care services

This role supports the vision by contributing to the information and intelligence about the performance of services and by providing evidence for service Improvements.

About You:

The team are looking for an energetic enthusiastic professional, who appreciates the value of evidence based information to help the department improve outcomes for vulnerable adults.   The ideal person will understand the value of team work, and be able to contribute significantly to the performance, development and quality team, as well as the overall work of the business.


Benefits and more information:

Recruitment timetable

Advert Closing Date: 11.59pm on the Sunday 15th September 2022

Interview Date: 6th October 2022

We are an organisation who is passionate about our people and understands that richness of diversity is a requirement to provide the best possible services to our communities. This is demonstrated through our council-wide ambitious commitment to tackle racial inequality in our communities and workforce through our Southwark Stands Together initiative. We particularly welcome applications from members of the black, Asian and ethnic minority communities to increase representation at senior management level in the Council.