Head of Learning Disabilities and Mental Health

London Borough of Brent
Up to £101,000
Hackney

Be part of something great in Brent, one of the most culturally and ethnically diverse parts of London, by serving some of the most vulnerable members of our society. We’re building a fairer, more equal Brent for everyone, and these three crucial head of service roles in the borough will provide outstanding leadership across adult social care services. We have excellent relationships with our partners and are proud of the true collaboration that is driving our joined-up work – be part of a great team and help us to continue to tackle social care, health inequalities and improve lives.

THE ROLE

The Head of Learning Disabilities and Mental Health will be responsible for adult social care, mental health, learning disability and autism integrated working with health colleagues, overseeing the delivery and quality assurance of effective delivery of the council’s statutory responsibilities for the Mental Health Act and the Emergency Duty Team.

They will ensure their service areas are managed to a high quality and are cost effective, underpinned by a culture of continuous improvement driven by qualitative and quantitative data. A key element of the role will be building strong relationships which contribute to the delivery of the Council and departmental objectives and overseeing the delivery and quality assurance of effective delivery of the council’s statutory responsibilities for the Mental Health Act and the Emergency Duty Team.

INFORMATION

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ROLE PROFILE     STRUCTURE CHART    
Timeline

Closing date: 20 October 2023

Longlist meeting: 1 November 2023

Technical Interviews: 7  – 22 November 2023

Useful Links
Brent ASC Annual Report 2021-22 VIEW
Brent ASC Culture Statements VIEW
ASC Skills Academy VIEW
Brent Corporate Plan VIEW
Peer Review VIEW
Joint Strategic Needs Assessment VIEW
Local Governance in Context of NWL Relationship VIEW

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