Are you an experienced care worker, looking to take up a managerial position with a forward-thinking charity?
We are looking for the right person to join our team as a Registered Manager within our Supported Living service.
Based in Bromborough, this is a permanent, full-time position, working 37.5 hours per week. The role has a yearly salary starting at £33,886 and rising to £34,835 on successful completion of a 6-month probationary period.
This is a fantastic opportunity for an ambitious candidate with management experience and a good knowledge and understanding of autism.
Autism Together is one of the UK’s leading providers of services for autistic people. Since our formation 55 years ago, we have grown from supporting a handful of autistic children, to caring for over 400 adults, and many more children and families across our varied services.
The role involves leading a team of staff to establish and maintain a high standard of care practice within Autism Together.
You should have good communication and interactive skills, to help you work closely with families, social services, housing providers and other agencies.
You will need good leadership skills, the ability to manage and supervise a number of staff, be effective at managing your time and show evidence of good autism practice and implementation.
- 25 days’ annual leave plus 8 statutory bank holidays.
- Pension scheme with contribution from the organisation.
- Tax-free cycle to work scheme.
- Scheme to purchase extra annual leave.
- Award-winning in-house training and access to further qualifications related to the role.
- Employee discounts scheme and Blue Light Card eligibility.
- Company sick pay scheme.
- Free DBS check.
Our ideal candidate should have:
- CQC level 5 or equivalent in Managing Social Care (or willingness to work towards) or equivalent in Managing Social Care.
- At least 3 years’ experience of working as a manager within a social care organisation.
- Knowledge and experience of essential standards of quality and safety.
- Knowledge of person-centred planning and the personalisation agenda.