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Deputy Care Manager Children Services

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Deputy Care Manager Children’s Residential

Are you a motivational leader within the children services sector that strives for excellence and aspires to help children achieve the best they can? An exciting opportunity has just become available and will not be around for long! Look no further for your next exciting venture.

Gap professional is recruiting for a Deputy Care Manager for a residential children’s home situated near to Bungay in the county of Suffolk. My client is well established and is a leading provider of children services across the UK.

  • Salary - £27,514 to £30,095 depending on experience plus additional sleep in payments
  • Hours – 37 hours will be inclusive of shifts
  • Area – Near to Bungay in the county of Suffolk

Responsibilities – Deputy Care Manager

  • To be a member of the Senior Management Team and deputise for the Registered Manger in their absence with regard to their overall responsibilities.
  • To attend weekly Senior Staff Meetings in a liaison and advisory capacity.
  • To chair Child Care Staff Meetings where designated.
  • To offer formal Supervision to members of the staff team as delineated in the Staff Support and Development Programme.
  • Where delegated, to offer Line-Management within the Staff Support and Development Programme for Child Care Staff.
  • To assist in the professional development of colleagues by involvement in other relevant aspects of the company’s Staff Support and Development Programme.
  • Deputy Care Managers will hold a responsibility for the following specific duties held in rotation within the group: a. the general organisation and operation of the home on set designated shift times.
  • Hold operational responsibility for a specific management aspect of the home (e.g. recreation programmes, administration of medication, etc).
  • To play a significant role in the training and induction of Child Care Staff, particularly in the absence of the Registered Manager.

Skills required –

  • Level 3 Diploma/NVQ (Residential Childcare or equivalent).
  • Experience within a similar service is required due to having a working knowledge of Ofsted requirements.
  • Have experience in supporting children with emotional and behavioural needs.
  • The passion and desire to motivate staff and service users to achieve their full potential.
  • Preferred, commuting distance from Bungay in the county of Suffolk.

Benefits –

  • Competitive salary’s – 27,541 – £30,095 depending on experience
  • Recruit a friend” reward scheme
  • Career progression for high performers
  • Loyalty bonus for long serving team members
  • Childcare voucher scheme
  • Employee assistance service
  • Free legal advice helpline

The position of Deputy Care Manager is very rewarding and makes a difference to the quality of life for service users on a daily basis. If you feel that you are the right person for this great opportunity then please contact Matt Duffy at the Peterborough Office for a confidential chat. Please note that the service is situated near to Bungay in the county of Suffolk.

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