Ivy Care homes
Are you an experienced registered service manager looking for your next challenge and would like to join a dedicated team in our residential service?
We are looking for an exceptional and experienced Register manager who is motivational, inspiring and passionate about their role.
We specialise in providing support to individuals with learning disabilities, autism, mental health and complex needs requiring a high standard of specialised, person-centred care.
We firmly believe that our staff are central to helping us achieve this, which is why we fully invest in comprehensive training and development of all staff. You will be supported by the Senior Management Team in the role and provided with regular coaching and supervisions.
Manage the day to day running of a 20 bedded service, including line management and ongoing development of employees
Build and maintain relationships with all stakeholders, including but not limited to local authorities, families, internal/external contacts and the community
Ensure our service’s standards are high, in line with current legislation, meeting CQC requirements and other regulative quality and compliance benchmarks
Provide leadership, management and support to your team and the wider group
Seek opportunities to promote business growth and continually look to improve existing services, ensuring issues are identified and resolved promptly.
A working environment open to new ideas
A team who are passionate about the service and service users
Competitive Salary dependant on experience
33 days annual leave (inclusive of bank holidays)
37.5 hours per week plus an on-call rotation
Personal development oppotunities
Minimum Level 5 in Health and Social Care (or clinical qualification such as qualified Learning Disability Nurse) or equivalent
A minimum of three years’ experience of working at management level
as a Registered Manager from a service for individuals with learning disabilities
Excellent knowledge of regulatory responsibilities and willingness to undertake the Registered Manager application process with CQC.
Caring and compassionate towards people in need of care and support
Ability to manage and develop an effective team including recruitment, training, supporting and supervising team members
Working knowledge of legislation relating specifically to CQC outcomes regulations and standards
Thorough understanding and the ability to effectively follow safeguarding processes
Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal
A Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check at an enhanced level
Full driving licence
Job Types: Full-time, Permanent
- Company events
- Company pension
- On-site parking
- Sick pay
- 8 hour shift
- Monday to Friday
- Do you hold a minimum of Level 5 in Health and Social Care or equivalent