Occupational Health, Wellbeing and Welfare Manager

Location
Greater Manchester
Salary
£44,901 - £46,887 per annum
Posted
19 Oct 2018
Closes
11 Nov 2018
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

The Occupational Health Welfare and Wellbeing Unit support the Force by providing proactive and reactive services aimed at preventing ill-health and injury to ensure that optimum resources are available to serve and protect the public of Greater Manchester. 

We are looking for an energetic forward thinking individual to head up our team of Clinical staff and Practitioners as well as the newly formed Wellbeing Services Unit. 

As well as having strategic responsibility for all issues relating to the health, welfare and wellbeing of our officers and staff you will also ensure the unit meets it force objectives and delivers an effective service in relation to occupational health, welfare and wellbeing for all GMP staff and leaders. 

You will have line management responsibility for the Clinical and Practitioner teams as well as the Practice Manager and Wellbeing Services Manager along with management responsibility of the corporate budgets for the services provided services. 

In order to succeed in this role you must have: 

Robust management and strong leadership skills 
Experience of operating at a senior level and managing professional staff 
Experience of being responsible for large budgets and financial control, budgeting, procurement, tendering etc. 
Proven track record of service delivery 
Managing a number of projects simultaneously 
Experience of operating at a senior level within a health, welfare or personnel environment, managing a multi-disciplinary professional team and experience of financial control, budgeting procedures, procurement and ensuring value for money. 

You must have knowledge of evidencing a positive, enthusiastic attitude. It is essential that you have the ability to influence and negotiate effectively at senior management /Board level. 

The wellbeing section of this role is currently subject to organisational changes and this may result in changes in the future.