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The Roles

As the statutory DASS, you will lead and manage the broad portfolio of adult services, working with external partners as well as other council services. This role will lead on health and care integration across the borough, place adult safeguarding high on everyone’s agenda and ensure systems and commissioning arrangements are in place to provide safe and timely services to our most vulnerable adults. As an aspiring or current director who understands the national agenda and how to manage rising demand, this role will require intellectual rigour as well as an appetite for innovation.

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We want every resident to be proud of the environment they live in. Achieving the highest possible rates of recycling and street cleansing is a given but just as important is the need to reduce congestion and tackle the climate change emergency. By working closely with colleagues across children’s and adult social care, you will ensure Newham’s high quality, safe environment enables our communities to thrive.

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We received £107 million from the Mayor of London through the Building Council Homes for Londoners programme to support the construction of 1,100 new homes by 2022. You will lead one of Newham’s key priorities – the delivery of genuinely affordable homes for Newham residents whilst ensuring that all our communities benefit from the borough’s growth and employment and skills opportunities.

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We are proud of our Community Neighborhood model and Citizen Assemblies and are determined to achieve the very highest rates of resident engagement and participation. Only by being truly connected to our communities and faith groups will our new Corporate Director achieve a corporate strategy that reflects the needs of our residents. With additional responsibility for communications, customer services and complaints this is a critical post that sits at the heart of the Council.

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This is a newly created and exciting role. Reporting to the Chief Executive, you will be genuinely committed to making Newham the best place in the world for children and young people to grow and thrive. Working closely with the Corporate Director of Children and Young People and the Mayor, you will identify opportunities to intervene early in the lives of our children and young people across the borough. We are open as to your background, but you will have an interest in social policy and youth agendas and able to develop ideas on how we can make their lives better.

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This role will appeal to an experienced education professional who has a passion to work in partnership with our school community, including headteachers, governors, parents and carers. With a focus on attainment and inclusion, you will support the delivery of high class teaching and learning, challenge under performance and work to improve our Special Educational Needs offer for our vulnerable children.

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