***THIS JOB VACANCY HAS NOW CLOSED***
Salary: £50825 – £53500 37.5 hours per week
Based at our Leicester HQ with a blended approach to home working post COVID
The RAF Association is one of the leading providers of welfare assistance to the RAF community and we exist to ensure that their sacrifice does not result in suffering, poverty, loneliness or isolation. Last year, we supported over 85,500 members of the RAF community who required practical, emotional or financial assistance. We are there for those in need, during their darkest days, to help create a resilient, empowered and thriving RAF community. The Association is facing increased demand for its welfare services from beneficiaries in need of unparalleled levels of support.
About the team
The Head of Casework (HOC) is a senior member of the welfare team and is responsible for the management and oversight of the case management for the Association. The HOC supports welfare staff, direct services, service coordination, education, policy and programme development and community relations. This is a great opportunity for a passionate individual who has the desire to use their health or social Care experience for a wider social purpose and as a result you will gain immense job satisfaction from seeing these worthwhile activities reach those who really need it as well as being part of a collaborative values led organisation.
This is a key role within the charity. The HOC will be highly visible and will have the opportunity to make an extremely positive impact on the RAF Association. Thus suitable candidates will not only have detailed knowledge and experience of current community care and other legislation within the field of social care, they will also have a demonstrable track record of working in a sensitive fast paced, dynamic organisation. This is a progressive environment that values a proactive approach to problem solving and continuous improvement and should appeal to candidates whose values are aligned with the core mission of the RAF Association
You will be qualified to degree level or equivalent in a Health or Social Care profession and have a proven track record of leading welfare services. You will liaise with statutory agencies and services to ensure statutory obligations in relation to compliance are maintained as well as the ability to present and report in a coherent succinct style to a range of audiences on the Associations casework service. You will have evidence of being an experienced leader and manager who is highly competent with IT and Database skills. The post is demanding and requires a flexible approach to working hours and travel throughout the UK (post COVID) therefore a UK driving licence is an essential requirement for this role.
The full job description is available to download on our website www.rafa.org.uk
We welcome CV’s in the first instance along with a personal statement to demonstrate your suitability against the role profile. Please send to email@example.com
Closing Date 8am Thursday 27 May 2021
First Stage Interviews via video call on Microsoft Teams
The RAF Association is a Disability Confident Employer