Heaton Park Manager Grade Jobs Vacancy at Manchester City Council Manchester
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Heaton Park Manager Grade Jobs Vacancy at Manchester City Council Manchester Jobs Details:
The Neighbourhoods Service, Growth and Neighbourhoods Directorate
Reports to: Parks Lead
Job Family: Commissioning and Commercial
Key Role Descriptors:
As a subject matter expert, the roleholder will oversee the design, development and
implementation of frameworks which enable the operation of an effective
commissioning or commercial service and support their contribution to the
achievement of strategic and operational objectives.
The roleholder will work closely with key stakeholders to develop effective
partnerships, linkages and coordinated working with other Council Services and key
agencies to ensure that teams contribute to the development and delivery of area
The roleholder will ensure that services, systems and procedures provided by the
commissioning service are robust and fully aligned to and supportive of the aims and
objectives of the Council.
Key Role Accountabilities:
Through close working relationships with stakeholders, support the development of
effective commissioning and commercial services, policies and strategies by taking a
lead for their area of work.
Work collaboratively across the Council to provide specialist advice, information,
support and challenge to client services which supports and promotes their priorities
as well as safeguarding the organisation and progresses corporate objectives.
Support negotiations to commission services, ensuring that the tendering and
contracting processes run effectively and that contracted services meet the needs of
Provide specialist advice and guidance to colleagues across the organisation,
accounting for factors and elements beyond their direct control and area of
specialism to support a whole council approach to decision making.
Use robust and effective analysis of information to inform strategic objectives in
relation to the assigned service area, ensuring that advice to client services is in line
with current legislation and organisational direction.
Effectively monitor and evaluate service delivery to ensure that performance targets
are met and review strategies and procedures as appropriate, aligning them with
customer demand and feedback to continually enhance the commissioning service.
Ensure adequate monitoring and evaluation systems are in place and used to
monitor outcomes and impacts on a regular basis, considering stakeholder
perspectives and local/national audit frameworks, including effective monitoring and
forecasting of appropriate budgets.
A strong and clear advocate for the organisation’s m people approach.
Roles at this level may be required to manage a range of assigned resources, which
may be human, financial or other, to ensure continuous improvement in service
delivery. Staff management duties may be either through direct line management of
a team (including appraisals, performance management and other duties) or through
matrix management of a virtual team of officers.
Personal commitment to continuous self development and service improvement.
Through personal example, open commitment and clear action, ensure diversity is
positively valued, resulting in equal access and treatment in employment, service
delivery and communications.
Where the roleholder is disabled every effort will be made to supply all
necessary aids, adaptations or equipment to allow them to carry out all the
duties of the role. If, however, a certain task proves to be unachievable, job
redesign will be given full consideration.