Relocate to Guernsey - Autism Outreach Manager - Band 7

Location Birmingham
Job type Permanent
Salary £44k - 58k per year
Contact Andrew Singh
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Reference HQ00122268(bir)

Sanctuary Personnel, a committed and competitive recruitment agency is currently looking for an experienced and dedicated Band 7 Autism Outreach Manager to work based in Guernsey.

The salary for this permanent Autism Outreach Manager job is £44,000 - £58,000 per annum.


  • Be responsible for the day to day management of a caseload of service users and staff team/s within the adult disability service with the philosophy and policies of the Service and Health and Social Care Committee
  • Manage a staff team supporting service users within their own homes and in the community
  • Be accountable for the ongoing review, monitoring and updating of care programmes, ensuring they are based on the assessed needs and expressed wishes of the service user, as stated in their person-centred plan and for ensuring that care is delivered in accordance with professional and service standards
  • Be responsible and manage the allocated budget as delegated by the service manager, Adult Disability Services
  • Manage a staff team supporting service users within their own homes and in the community
  • Promote a positive image of the adult disability service to the local populace, visitors, potential recruits and other professionals and when acting as a representative of the service elsewhere
  • Support service users to maintain their own homes with a variety of organisations including state's housing, Guernsey housing association and private landlords
  • Support service users to develop their interpersonal skills and life skills, in order to work towards individual goals
  • Liaise with other professionals, groups or individuals associated with learning disability and autism services, in and outside of the HSC as agreed with service management
  • To welcome close contact between relations, friends and the service user
  • Ensure that relationships with individuals are professional, warm and supportive, respecting at all times the individual's needs and preferences
  • Ensure good communication with and between staff and regularly co-ordinate staff meetings
  • Effectively work with others during times of change to overcome problems

Requirements of the Autism Outreach Manager:

  • Relevant qualification
  • Previous experience within adult care


This Autism Outreach Manager job is advertised by Andrew Singh; if you are interested in this position please click above to apply now.

Due to the high volume of applications we receive, regretfully we are only able to respond to candidates who meet our clients' requirements.