Partnership and Integration Manager - East London | Zoek UK
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Partnership and Integration Manager
East London, Greater London, England
Temporary (Full time)
Promoting Integration and Collaboration with External Agencies and Partners
- At a strategic level the Partnership & Integration Manager (PIM) will engage leads for employment and skills, public health, regeneration and inward investment, attending steering groups to: understand the strategies driving public sector investment; share labour market intelligence and explore opportunities to join up services.
- Supporting other members of the Integration Team to excel including formal reviews and day to day support and leadership.
- Responsible for brokering and managing relationships with the wider services which interact with our participants, including offender management, housing, skills and Voluntary and Community Sector (VCS) providers which will benefit the participants and provide greater levels of cohesion between services.
- Responsible for the Annex 8 and district information packs, ensuring flow of information and eligibility MI is fed back
- Coordinate monthly multi-agency meetings to support operational integration of working practices. These will be locally tailored to fit local service ecosystems
- Hold responsibility for the establishment of regional Social Prescription Networks, whereby Keyworkers are able to refer participants to activities delivered by other groups, organisations and agencies that will support their return to work.
- Ensure our services are transparent and report into identified local strategic boards (Combined Authority/NHS) and will establish a multi-agency support team below this that will adopt a “clean room” approach to service integration.
- Using case conferences to identify the benefits to all partners of tackling all barriers to work sooner in a coordinated and sequenced way to drive performance.
- Through the regular reviews of participant needs and local integration relationships identify areas and local partners which can support participants and develop new or enhanced relationships.
- Develop, maintain and update a directory of local services for participants to access.
- Ensure that, where appropriate, the sharing of best practice takes place between integrated agencies and organisations, Ingeus and its supply chain.
- Develop and maintain professional, effective relationships with the wider sector organisations
- Work with operations to identify, establish gaps in integrated provision and improvements to the effectiveness of the participants ecosystem
- Identify relationship gaps against customer needs and local strategic priorities. Broker meetings with appropriate stakeholders, gaining buy-in by highlighting aligned priorities and the mutual benefits of integrated working.
- At a strategic level PIMs will engage leads for employment and skills, public health, regeneration and inward investment, attending steering groups to; understand the strategies driving public sector investment, share labour market intelligence and explore opportunities to join up services.