Jobs: Leadership roles in social care, education and early help

Warrington Borough Council has a reputation for high standards in education, social care, health and wellbeing and high levels of productivity. Due to a series of promotions of senior staff, we are recruiting to three key leadership posts to join a team of talented, committed and passionate people.  

You will help us to deliver excellent support to children, vulnerable adults and their families and carers, and work closely with partners across a range of sectors. You will have significant experience of senior leadership and a passion for promoting independence and opportunity. With a vision for enabling people to feel valued and part of their community, you will work closely with other senior managers and elected members to transform the way we do business in Warrington.


Operational Director
Adult Social Care

£91,565 - £98,848

Adult social care director role

With a reputation for high standards in education, social care and health and wellbeing and high levels of productivity, Warrington is a great place to live, work, visit and do business. We’re striving to make it even better through the recruitment of a team of talented, committed and passionate people.

We are looking to recruit an Operational Director in the Adult Social Care service of the Families and Wellbeing Directorate to help us deliver excellent support to children, vulnerable adults, their families and carers - working with partners across a range of sectors.

Closing date: 18.02.2018

Apply now



Operational Director
Children’s Social Care

£91,565 - £98,848

Children s social care director role

With a reputation for high standards in education, social care and health and wellbeing and high levels of productivity, Warrington is a great place to live, work, visit and do business. We’re striving to make it even better through the recruitment of a team of talented, committed and passionate people.

We are looking to recruit an Operational Director in the Children’s Social Care service of the Families and Wellbeing Directorate to help us deliver excellent support to children, vulnerable adults, their families and carers - working with partners across a range of sectors.

Closing date: 18.02.2018

Apply now



Assistant Director
Education and Early Help

£77,511 - £90,876

Education and early help

With a reputation for high standards in education, social care and health and wellbeing and high levels of productivity, Warrington is a great place to live, work, visit and do business. We’re striving to make it even better through the recruitment of a team of talented, committed and passionate people.

We are looking to recruit an Assistant Director in the Education and Early Help service of the Families and Wellbeing Directorate to help us deliver excellent support to children, vulnerable adults, their families and carers - working with partners across a range of sectors.

Closing date: 18.02.2018

Apply now


Why Warrington? 

Warrington is a great place to live, work, visit and do business. You will be joining an authority with a reputation for innovation and a determination to ensure that the borough and the local authority continues to receive the regional and national attention it richly deserves.

Our people help make Warrington work. Because our people do such a great job, we’ve put together an attractive and competitive benefits package: Staff rewards, benefits, wellbeing and learning.