Manager Community Care
- Join a progressive, values-driven local government organisation
- Lead a committed team in community care delivery
- Focus on quality and customer service
Brimbank City Council is seeking a Manager Community Care to lead and manage the Community Care Department to ensure the development, implementation and evaluation of integrated community care strategies, policies, services and programs that are of high value to the community and delivered efficiently.
Reporting to the Director Community Wellbeing, the Manager Community Care will lead a high-performance service culture in the areas of Early Years Community Programs, Maternal and Child Health, Youth Services, Service Access (Services and Systems), Service Access (Support and Engagement) and Community Support to ensure that all services adhere to Council priorities and State/Commonwealth funding and policy guidelines.
Leading a committed team of 160 across a diverse community, the position drives policy development based on research and analysis of emerging national and international policy trends and local community needs.
The ideal candidate will bring outstanding leadership skills with a strong focus on quality and customer service An understanding of government direction and community care issues is essential, as is the ability to lead a high performing team in a collaborative work environment. Strong communication skills and the ability to partner and build relationships with a diverse group of stakeholders will be key to success. Relevant tertiary qualifications are required.
Brimbank is a vibrant, growing community in the heart of Melbourne’s west. Diversity is central to its identity – it is proudly multicultural, embracing people from around the world.
Brimbank’s aims are to become a progressive, values-led and high performing organisation where connection and collaboration create impact.
The Council Plan ‘Together We are Brimbank 2020–2025’ has four Strategic Directions:
- People and Community
- Places and Spaces
- Opportunity and Prosperity
- Leadership and Governance.
A recently developed organisational strategy sets out a path for a transformed Brimbank that is beautiful, thriving, healthy and connected.
For more information about the Council, visit: www.brimbank.vic.gov.au
Applications close: Monday 26 March 2023
To apply – go to fisherleadership.com and click on ‘APPLY ONLINE’ using reference BRCmcc0323 addressing your cover letter with 5 key career achievements and resume to David Baber or Katie Hooker of Fisher Leadership, or call 1300 347 437 for further information.Download candidate information