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Deputy Home Manager (Mental Health)

24000 - 24000
 

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Deputy Home Manager (Mental Health)

Are you a compassionate and motivated Deputy Home Manager currently seeking a new opportunity, based within the Old Trafford, Manchester area?

If that sounds like you, I am currently recruiting for a caring and enthusiastic individual to join my well-established client’s charismatic team where you will be supporting service users with severe and ensuring mental health illnesses.

The successful candidate will have experience of running a team within the health and social care industry and be passionate about the care service that you provide, always striving for continual improvement of the service, collaborating with the registered manager to implement policies and ensure current regulations are adhered to with the service users always at the forefront of everything you do.

This position is a fantastic opportunity to work for a company that truly values their employees and will invest in your professional growth and development!

 

Overview:

  • Salary – £24,000 p.a.
  • Hours of Work – Full Time Permanent Position
  • Shifts – 09:00am to 17:30pm, Monday to Friday (With participation in on-call rota)
  • Area – Old Trafford, Manchester

 

Responsibilities:

  • Work collaboratively with the registered home manager to ensure that all relevant CQC / local governing policies, regulations, and best practices are implemented and adhered to within the service.
  • Ensure that all members of the care team are aware of their duties and knowledgeable of how to effectively carry them out, completing training and refreshers for existing team members and aiding in the on-boarding process of any new staff members.
  • Promote a caring and compassionate environment for staff members and service users alike, and ensuring effective communication is maintained throughout all levels of the care team.
  • Ensure that accurate and updated records are kept for all matters as required by local governing bodies, CQC etc.
  • Alongside the registered manager and other members of the senior care team, contribute to the care planning function, ensuring that all care plans are accurate and adhere to current regulations and best practices.
  • Assume control of setting rotas for the service, ensuring that the service is always sufficiently staffed, and that best use of the available budgetary limits is utilised.
  • Ensure that the health and safety standards are maintained in accordance with internal policies and procedures through completing walk arounds, inspecting the cleanliness of the service, and monitoring the upkeep and security of the service.

 

Skills:

  • Excellent communication skills are a must, you will be interacting with people every day – whether it be service users, staff members of senior management, effective communication is vital for success.
  • Hold an NVQ Level 3 in Health and Social Care.
  • Excellent planning and organisation skills are essential as you will be using them daily whether it be creating, rotas, care plans, days out and more!
  • A strong determination for success, with a ‘can do’ attitude.
  • Aptitude to ensure that at all times the service fits into the framework of both internal and external policies, procedures, and guidelines.
  • You will have a strong record of success within the health and social care industry and experience supporting service users with mental health and / or challenging behaviours.
  • You must have experience leading and managing a team within the health and social care industry.
  • It is vital that you are happy to participate in an on-call rota as you will be required to participate alongside the registered manager.

 

Benefits:

  • Competitive salary of up to £24,000 Per Annum
  • Long term employment with a company that truly values it employees.
  • Fully funded enhanced DBS check at time of appointment.
  • Internal and external training provided to support your professional growth and development.
  • Career development for those that want to climb the management hierarchy.

 

The position of Deputy Home Manager is an excellent opportunity where you will be making a difference every day you go to work. If you feel you would be right for the position or would like any further information, please do not hesitate to get in touch with Joseph Haselgrove in our Peterborough Office for a confidential chat.

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INTERIM SENIOR SUPPORT WORKER - ADULT SERVICES

 

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Hours: 40 hours per week

 

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Senior Support Worker Learning Disabilities  

A great and exciting opportunity has just come available for a motivated Senior Support Worker supporting adults with emotional, behavioural and learning difficulties. Do you want to make a difference on a daily basis and give support to adults and enable them to live as independently as possible, then look no further! The service is located in Chelmsford, Essex.

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  • Hours – 39 hours
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  • Area – Chelmsford, Essex.  

Responsibilities – Senior Support Worker – Learning Disabilities

  • Support new Team Leaders and care staff in the completion of induction programs, training and competency assessment.
  • To provide a caring, supportive and nurturing environment in which service users can feel secure and free from harm.
  • Establishing positive relationships with service users and always offering them unconditional and positive regard.
  • Helping service users gain self-control by challenging unacceptable behaviour and rewarding acceptable, pro-social conduct.
  • Ensuring that each person’s care plan is followed and amended as appropriate to reflect their changing needs.
  • Attending to practical matters in relation to helping service users to cook, clean and personal care.
  • To act as a key worker or co-worker for the service user to ensure that their young care plans are up to date and that all their care needs are being met.
  • To provide a positive role model to be able to offer advice, guidance and assistance where appropriate.

Skills required – Senior Support Worker – Learning Disabilities

  • Passion to help others.
  • Caring nature and willing to go the extra mile to support others.
  • A passion to learn and gain an understanding of emotional, behavioural and learning difficulties.
  • Basic IT skills and basic computer programmes such as word, Excel and Outlook.
  • Full driving licence (Essential).
  • Level 2 Diploma in Health and Social Care or higher.
  • A commutable distance from Chelmsford, Essex.

Benefits – Support Worker – Learning Disabilities

  • Pension.
  • Competitive salary –  £21, 673.78 per annum £10.68 per hour.
  • Long term employment due to continued growth.
  • Motivated management and employees.
  • Funding for NVQ level 3 qualification or other qualifications.
  • Clear progression pathway.
  • Fully expensed trips with service users.

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Posted: 06 October 2022
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  • Area – Located near to Colchester, Essex.
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