The average pay for a Social Or Community Service Manager is £12.00 per hour.
The average pay for a Social Or Community Service Manager is £30,521 per year.
|Salary||£24,306 - £49,132|
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|£24,271 - £48,722|
Job Description for Social or Community Service Manager
A social or community services manager often oversees a social services department for the government or a private medical facility. The goal of the social services manager is usually to provide services that can help in the healing process and will improve the standard of living for clients. Since this is a management position, many years of experience may have to be demonstrated, along with adequate management experience.Read More...
This manager will often be responsible for hiring new staff. The manager may also have to prepare and carry out training for new staff members. The manager will also be in charge of carrying out employee evaluations and will sometimes have to administer employee discipline whenever necessary. The manager will sometimes oversee clients’ files and assess their needs, according to their mental and physical health. Then a plan to improve clients’ lives will be administered. This may involve providing references for various community services and needed health services. This manager will often carry out these duties with the help of social workers.
Strong computer skills are needed in order to carry out communications, keep records, and create documents. This manager may also work with families of clients in order to discuss the best services possible for them. Most of the time, these managers maintain standard daytime office hours, though sometimes being on-call may be required. A minimum of a bachelor’s degree in social work or a similar field is usually needed, and a master’s degree is often preferred. (Copyright 2019 PayScale.com)
- Direct and lead community services programs, including evaluating satisfaction and reach.
- Track metrics regarding attendance, satisfaction, costs, and publicity.
- Hire, train, and manage staff, including schedules for special events.
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