ADASS Yorkshire & Humber Project Leader (Scale PO4) – (0.6 FTE – 3 days per week) – Contract until 31st March, 2019

Posted on 20 March 2018 (Permalink)

The ADASS Yorkshire & Humber Project Leader will undertake a number of projects to support the delivery of the regional work programme.  This role will support the Programme Director, the ADASS Branch and work with partners to support the delivery of adult social care and health agendas across the Yorkshire and Humber region.

The post-holder will be predominantly home based and will work around the Yorkshire & Humber region, but may work from Leeds City Council for some part of the week.   ADASS Yorkshire & Humber operate through Leeds City Council and therefore this post will be contracted on their terms and conditions.

To be considered you must have experience of working in local government, health or social care sector and be able to demonstrate project leadership experience. You also need to demonstrate evidence of managing projects that have delivered results in a public sector environment.

The outline role description and person specification is attached which will tell you more about the scope of the role.

If you are interested and want to have an informal discussion, telephone Dave Roddis (ADASS Yorkshire & Humber Programme Director) on 07908 893490.

This post is offered on either a secondment or direct appointment.  If you wish to be considered for secondment you must have obtained the support of your manager.

To apply you need to send a CV to Dave Roddis by email

You should also send a brief summary setting out your skills and explain why you are applying at this stage in your career.

The closing date has been extended to 29th March 2018

Interview date: w/c 9th April, 2018

ADASS Yorkshire & Humber

The purpose of Yorkshire & Humber ADASS is to help support the continuous development of adult social care:

  • Acting as a conduit for national and regional policy and strategy development and implementation.
  • Participating in strategic partnerships across Yorkshire & Humber
  • Delivering a programme of improvement activity
  • Supporting the effective functioning of key networks across Yorkshire & Humber
  • Supporting and developing leadership and the next generation of leaders
  • Exercising collective responsibility around financial, systemic and service delivery risks
  • Improving quality and safeguarding

Our current core priorities include:

  • Resources & Efficiencies
  • Health and care partnerships
  • Safeguarding Adults
  • Commissioning and Quality In Care Services
  • Integration and Devolution
  • Prevention and Early Intervention
  • Sector Led Improvement