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Deputy Care Home Manager

Castlebank Care Home

Bishop Auckland, TT
6 days ago
Bishop Auckland, TT
£23k - £26k Per Year
6 days ago
£23k - £26k Per Year
JOB DESCRIPTION
Looking to earn between £23,000 and £26,000 pa in a well respected care role?
What we offer:
  • 20 days holiday plus bank holidays 
  • Enhanced DBS Certificate paid for
  • Contributory Pension Scheme
  • Uniforms provided
  • Annual Salary Review
  • Staff Appreciation Days

The information provided in this Job Description is given to ensure that the post holder has the best opportunity of understanding what is required to be effective in the post.  It is not intended to be prescriptive in every detail and it is expected that the nature of their position will mean that each post holder will be as positive and flexible as possible in using this as a framework.

 

Job title:

 

Deputy Manager

 

 

Location/Department:

 

Castle Bank Care Home

 

Accountable to:

 

Care Home Manager / Managing Director

 

 

Responsible for:

 

Care Assistants, Catering, Support Workers, Admin and Maintenance Teams

 

 

Purpose of the role:

To make the use of care services a positive, timely and rewarding choice.

 

By:

  • Supporting the Home Manager in the daily management & running of the Care Home. Managing, delivering & leading high quality care as part of the care team using a person centred approach
  • Ensuring the individual needs of service users are met, providing opportunities for individuals to use their skills and enhance their quality of life, whilst maintaining their independence and privacy
  • To actively assist, maintain & promote the Coverage Care values:
    Support and listen to you
    Use and open, honest culture
    Put you at the heart of our service
    Ensure you feel safe
    Respect your life choices
    Be kind and compassionate

 

  • Working on a rolling shift pattern, including alternate weekends, applying a flexible attitude to working hours especially in regards to covering absence & holidays, including bank holidays, evenings & weekends
  • Displaying a caring, sensitive & approachable nature
  • Displaying compassion, patience & empathy in all tasks
  • Whilst being organised & reliable in approach to work

 

 

Key Responsibilities:

 

Take day-to-day management responsibility for the establishment by:

 

Staff Management


Responsible for ensuring all new staff are given a comprehensive induction, staff are aware of the standards expected, and fully supported throughout their employment. Ensure all Personal Development Plans & personnel paperwork are completed as required. Ensure the rota is covered for upcoming shifts and relief staff are utilized as & when required, to ensure staff are allocated and take their annual holiday entitlements, and as a deputy participate in the ‘sleep-in’ rota as & when required and share the on-call rota with the Home Manager, which will include weekend cover.

 

 

The Home


Take responsibility and accountability for the establishment, its resources and services. To support the Home Manager in managing all financial matters associated with the running of the home and help obtain the maximum benefit from available funds. Take responsibility & manage the presentation and appearance of the establishment & maintenance of equipment & facilities in line with the requirements of the Company by undertaking & recording the required scheduled building & security checks.

 

 

Communication


To work with the Home Manager to ensure all Company’s policies, procedures and legal obligations are followed and met, ensuring that all staff are working to company policies and procedures, company initiatives are promoted and to take appropriate action to ensure that standards are reached and maintained. Ensure Home Manager is kept up to date on any ongoing issues and deputise for the Home Manager in their absence as & when required.

Main Duties:

  • To lead & supervise a care team of staff in provision of the care services and participate in meeting the services users' physical, social, emotional and recreational needs, ensuring the highest quality of care is afforded to all service users.
  • To support the Home Manager with admission planning, ongoing assessments and discharge plans as & when required.
  • To manage & supervise the preparation of Person Centred Care Plans, Review & Assessments, implementing plans with the assistance of the care team. Prepare and/or contribute to reports, reviews & assessments in order to enhance the quality of services.
  • Assist & manage the preparation of those plans, displaying good communication skills (both written & verbal) as part of the key worker system, contribute to discussions on individual care plans and the reporting process by maintaining and updating records as required.
  • To assess performance and encourage development of the staff team through the use of PdP’s/appraisals.
  • To co-ordinate & run staff meetings to deliver information, maintain & promote best practice and set standards for care, through evidence based practice.
  • Act as a role model at all times.
  • To promote company initiatives & manage delivery within the service provision, ensuring that all staff are working to company policies & procedures, and to take appropriate action to ensure that standards are reached and maintained.
    Take responsibility for the presentation and appearance of the establishment and the maintenance of its equipment & facilities consistent with the requirements of the company.
  • To assist the Home Manager with the day to day management of the staff team, to include disciplinary, performance management, absence & sickness policies & procedures.
  • To ensure all aspects of personal care are provided to the service users in line with their care plan using a person centred approach, encouraging & promoting service users to reach their maximum level of independence, wherever possible undertaking these tasks for themselves.
  • To build, maintain & promote good relationships with service users and their relatives, displaying good communication & listening skills, to ensure they are provided with an effective communication network.
  • To strictly follow and promote the required safeguarding practices in line with local and national guidelines to act in the best interests of our staff and residents.
  • To observe & promote service user choice, independence, dignity, privacy, fulfilment & other rights.
  • To create & promote a warm and friendly atmosphere within the home, which allows & encourages service users to develop and participate in the running of the home to their fullest potential.
  • To ensure the care of personal belongings (excluding cash & valuables) of service users.
  • To take responsibility for ordering, administering & storing medication for service users in line with current policy and procedures.

Administration Tasks

  • To undertake and lead projects to improve service provision as and when required.
  • Ensure records are maintained and updated as required in order to enhance the quality of services in relation to maintaining the well-being, dignity, quality of life and environment of the service users.
  • To ensure all rotas and weekly allocation sheets are completed clearly and accurately in relation to hours worked and payment due for compilation of the monthly payroll by the Home Administrator.
  • To support the Home Manager with running & administering company policy and procedures in relation to recruitment and training to ensure the home has an effective & competent staff team with sufficient numbers and complimentary skills to meet resident needs at all times.
  • To support the Home Manager with quality assessment, completing audits, to ensure all records held within the home are accurately kept and updated to comply with company policy & procedure and all current legislation e.g. Care Standards Act 2008, Health & Safety Regulations and Data Protection Principles.
  • To assist the Home Manager with completing notifications to CQC, clinical & accident outcomes on the relevant systems & databases, as & when required.

Health & Safety

  • To ensure the health & safety regulations are adhered to at all times.
  • To identify & manage identified risks within the home, notifying the appropriate senior staff member immediately.
  • To be aware of emergency procedures, reporting hazards to the Manager and responding to emergencies as appropriate. In the event of any emergency, take all necessary action to preserve the security and safety of the service users & staff in accordance with procedures.
  • To use manual handling techniques & equipment safely and correctly as per the current company policy & procedures.
  • To wear the correct uniform and personal protective equipment (PPE) associated with the task and role you are carrying out.

Teamwork

  • To work effectively as part of a team, actively supporting other team members, whilst also being self-motivated to work on own initiative & without direct supervision.
  • As a member of the management team, support the Manager in meeting the Company’s policies, procedures and legal obligations. Additionally, ensure that you are always up to date with company issues and performance targets and undertake company projects as & when required.
  • To be able to work under pressure.
  • To participate in appropriate training, and be committed to ongoing personal & professional development.
  • To act as a role model to the care team.
  • To attend staff meetings as requested by the Home Manager.
  • To promptly report any information, issues or concerns regarding the care, support, wellbeing or behaviour of service users and also staff members to the Home Manager.
  • To continuously review your practices to develop new skills and knowledge through continuous professional development & training, to maintain a sound working knowledge of current care/standards that contributes to the enhancement of patient care skills.

 

Safeguarding

  • To implement and promote safeguarding procedures in line with the Company, Local and National Frameworks.
  • To keep up to date with relevant safeguarding training and to share and promote good practice with all staff.
  • To monitor and keep up to date necessary DBS checks for all staff using the update service.
  • Record and monitor any safeguarding concerns using our Company procedure in order to ensure that all residents and staff are kept safe and free from any harm.

Other

  • Understand & apply the principles of confidentiality at all times.
  • Ensure that service user confidentiality & dignity is maintained at all times, ensuring information is not shared or divulged with anyone not authorised to receive it.
  • Ensure the service provision is anti-discriminatory and culturally sensitive responding to individual needs, with regard to race, religion, culture, language, gender, sexual orientation, age and disability.
  • To actively market Castlebank Care Home and promote a positive, personal & professional profile, ensuring the good reputation of the Company at all times to external bodies and professionals.
  • To display a commitment to promote equal opportunities in the Company.
  • To promote and work within the values of Castlebank Care Home.
  • The role is subject to ongoing satisfactory Enhanced DBS check using the online update service.

 

 

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Deputy Manager

Cameron Clarke Associates t/a talent-finder

Maidstone, Southern
3 days ago
Maidstone, Southern
£23.1k - £31.4k Per Year
3 days ago
£23.1k - £31.4k Per Year

Deputy Manager

An exciting position has become available for a full time Deputy Manager to join a friendly team based in Sutton Valance. The successful candidate will earn RNLD £27 - £31.4, LV3-5 £23.1 - £26.5.

The ideal Deputy Manger will always adhere to the company values, being: Make every moment count, celebrate uniqueness, have fun, be brave, show quality and go the extra mile.

This post is subject to an Enhanced Disclosure Application to the Disclosure & Barring Service.

Role Requirements

•The ideal candidate would ideally be a Qualified Mental Health/LD Registered Nurse or either have or be willing to work towards QCF level 5 IN HSC Leadership and Management
•Have excellent communication skills and a positive and caring attitude.
•A minimum of 2 years managerial experience and a proven track record of successful care and support management of services for individuals with complex needs in a management role.
•Demonstrates positive values towards people with intellectual disabilities and mental health problems
•A good working knowledge of CQC regulations and standards
•Knowledge and experience of using Positive Behavioural Support approaches
•Clear, open and transparent leadership skills
•Excellent time management and organisational skills and the ability to work on own initiative and as part of a team
•Flexibility and commitment to the service, its team, and tenants
•A full UK driving licence is required due to location so you must have access to vehicle.

Role Responsibilities

•As the Deputy Manager you will support the Registered Manager in the day-to-day activities of running the home and assist in leading the team to safeguard and promote the wellbeing of the tenants
•Assume full responsibility in the absence of the Registered Manager
•Ensure care plans and risk assessments are reviewed and updated as required
•Team supervision, coaching and development to maximise their performance and potential
•Completing staff rotas and managing annual leave
•Attend professional meetings and contribute to written reports
•Monitor and ensure the welfare and safety of others in accordance with Health and Safety protocol.

Company

Our client is a leading care home provider, in 25 years of operation the company has become highly regarded for effectively developing people's lives through personalised, dynamic, and thoughtful care.

They are a small, progressive, and development-oriented provider of high-quality care services, supporting 6 tenants with Autism, Learning Disability, Mental Health, and complex needs.

Why should you apply?

•Competitive salary
•Annual leave – 28 days annual leave plus 8 bank holidays, plus longevity enhancement scheme
•DBS check – the company cover the cost of your DBS check
•Wellbeing support, advice, and guidance
•Qualifications – the company can support you obtain a QCF
•Staff referral scheme – earn £100 for referring a friend into a support worker position
•Induction – comprehensive induction and ongoing training
•Employee of the Month – each month we recognise an employee for their hard work and commitment
•Staff lottery – once a month draw
•Long service awards
•Pension option
•Health scheme – employees receive at no cost standard health insurance and have the option to buy in for increased benefits
•Blue Light benefits
•Onsite parking
•Free meals
•You will be highly valued for the work you do, and the comapny highly regard a good work/home life balance.

If you’re the ideal candidate our client is looking for, please send your CV by clicking the APPLY button

Keywords: Deputy Manager, Care Home, Residential Home, Home Deputy Manager, Management, Care, Leader, Social Care, Autism, Learning Disability, Mental Health, Complex Needs, QCF level 5, CQC, Qualified Mental Health/LD Registered Nurse

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Family Assessment Deputy Manager

The SmartList

Streatham, London
2 days ago
Streatham, London
£36.028k - £40.848k Per Year
2 days ago
£36.028k - £40.848k Per Year
JPIMedia / The SmartList are advertising on behalf of an external company.
Family Assessment Deputy Manager

Are you a social worker looking to become a Deputy Manager?
Would you like to be part of one of the most forward-thinking family assessment organisations in England?
St Michael's Fellowship is looking for a motivated individual to join them as a Deputy Manager.
You will be working with families with a variety of issues where there are child protection concerns. St. Michael's Fellowship is an independent voluntary organisation that acts for the welfare and safeguarding of children.
You will be working in partnership with the Service Manager in a centre that has a specialised focus of working with young parents.
You will be a qualified social worker with at least three years’ experience working directly with families, committed to the best outcomes for children through direct work and team support.
As Deputy Manager, we expect and encourage you to bring your own ideas, creativity, knowledge and understanding to a team of new and experienced staff. We want all staff actively to contribute to the ongoing development of the centre and you’ll be encouraged to take on new challenges.
The highly experienced House Manager and our organisational culture of support and development will help you build your skills and capability.
We realise that the demands made on staff are considerable. We provide regular supervision, appraisals, training and professional development. There are regular team away days. Annual leave is generous and we provide free regular on site massage.
Please keep the following dates free in case you are shortlisted;
  • Planned Informal Visit or Zoom call at one of our residential assessment centres on Friday 5th March 2021
  • Final Interview at our head office on Friday 12 March 2021 which will be face to face

Our reference: SE2085
Vacancy: Deputy Manager
Location: South London
Salary: £36,028 - £40,848 (inclusive of LW) plus 2 sleep-ins per month at £50 per night (with management experience, starting salary £38,080)
Hours: Full Time
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Lead Deputy Manager

Halliwell Homes

Cheadle, MID
4 days ago
Cheadle, MID
£27.25k - £35k Per Year
4 days ago
£27.25k - £35k Per Year

Halliwell Homes are looking for a Lead Deputy Manager to join our team based in Cheadle. You will join us on a full time, permanent basis and in return, we will offer a competitive salary of £27,250 - £35,000 per annum.

Who are Halliwell?

Halliwell Homes is a social enterprise offering clinically informed practice. Our objective is to improve the psychological health and wellbeing of looked-after children.

Halliwell operates the Restorative Parenting Programme which focuses on therapeutically addressing the emotional, behavioural, social, and developmental needs of children in our care. Our Restorative Parenting approach sets us apart from standard residential childcare providers in that it is clinically informed in every aspect of the child’s lived therapeutic experience with the aim of helping traumatised children achieve recovery and psychological wellbeing. The RP Programme seeks to deliver recovery to the child within a time-limited period (24 months) achieving measurable improvement that enables children to achieve their local authority care plan (most commonly to move to sustainable long-term fostering or kinship placements).

Benefits of joining us as our Lead Deputy Manager:

- Perkbox Employee Benefits Scheme

- Extensive funded training up to Level 7

- A rewarding working environment

- Job satisfaction

- The opportunity to make a difference to the lives of the children in the looked after sector

About the Lead Deputy Manager role

You will work closely and supportively with the Registered Manager (Therapeutic Care) to ensure high standards of care are consistently maintained. You will play a key role in ensuring that the homes operate at all times in accordance with all appropriate regulatory frameworks.

You will lead by example with Halliwell’s vision and mission supporting members of the team to effectively deliver the Restorative Parenting Programme. You till supervise senior staff and others, including chairing peer supervision meetings to ensure support in role and exchange of good practice across the team.

Skills and experience required by our Lead Deputy Manager:

- Must be aged 21 and above
- Full UK Manual Driving Licence
- Experience working in a therapeutic childcare environment
- Level 3 Diploma for Residential Childcare (England) or equivalent
- Extensive experience working in Residential Childcare
- Extensive experience working as a manager or deputy manager leading shifts and managing rotas
- Natural ability to motivate and support others, remaining personally available at all times
- Excellent leadership skills leading successful teams through effective supervision
- Experience of managing records and systems for statutory compliance
- Experience managing budgets and maintaining financial controls

If you feel you have the skills and experience to join our team as a Lead Deputy Manager, please click ‘Apply’ now!

Halliwell is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All post holders are subject to appropriate vetting procedures and a satisfactory enhanced Disclosure Barring Services (DBS) Disclosure

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Deputy Manager

Halliwell Homes

Cheadle, MID
4 days ago
Cheadle, MID
£23.25k - £25.5k Per Year
4 days ago
£23.25k - £25.5k Per Year

Halliwell Homes are looking for a Deputy Manager to join our team based in Cheadle. You will join us on a full time, permanent basis and in return, we will offer a competitive salary of £23,250 - £25,500 per annum.

Who are Halliwell?

Halliwell Homes is a social enterprise offering clinically informed practice. Our objective is to improve the psychological health and wellbeing of looked-after children.

Halliwell operates the Restorative Parenting Programme which focuses on therapeutically addressing the emotional, behavioural, social, and developmental needs of children in our care. Our Restorative Parenting approach sets us apart from standard residential childcare providers in that it is clinically informed in every aspect of the child’s lived therapeutic experience with the aim of helping traumatised children achieve recovery and psychological wellbeing. The RP Programme seeks to deliver recovery to the child within a time-limited period (24 months) achieving measurable improvement that enables children to achieve their local authority care plan (most commonly to move to sustainable long-term fostering or kinship placements).

Benefits of joining us as ourDeputy Manager include:

- Access to a career pathway including access to professional qualification studies, comprehensive training, professional development opportunities and the support of senior colleagues

- Access to a company laptop and mobile phone

- Free staff counselling service

- Refer a Friend Scheme

- Occupational Sick Pay Scheme

- Discretionary Managers Bonus

About the Deputy Manager role

You will work closely and supportively with the Registered Manager (Therapeutic Parenting) and Lead Deputy Manager (Therapeutic Parenting) to ensure high standards of care are consistently maintained. You will play a key role in ensuring that the home operates in accordance with all appropriate regulatory frameworks, and will supervise the Senior Therapeutic Parents and Therapeutic Parents, including chairing peer supervision meetings, to ensure support in role and exchange of good practice across the team.

You will be able to communicate well and represent Halliwell in liaison with all appropriate external agencies, maintaining a high level of professionalism at all times.  You will ensure the home is maintained to a consistent standard in line with the Restorative Parenting specification and statutory requirements and will help to promote and embed a culture of safeguarding of children across all areas of practice and in conjunction with Halliwell Education.

The postholder will promote and maintain a healthy and safe environment for all children and staff, ensuring that adequate staff cover is maintained in the homes at all times and consulting with the Registered Manager and Lead Deputy Manager to ensure that adequate staffing is in place to safeguard the children, meeting the needs of the home and the organisation. You will manage the home in the absence of the Registered Manager and Lead Deputy Manager and to ensure all incidents are reported to the Head of Safeguarding or Head of Therapeutic Parenting (Therapeutic Care).

You will be working supportively with the Registered Manager and Lead Deputy Manager, playing a key role in ensuring that all members of the practice teams fully participate in training and that robust supervision systems are maintained. The post holder will be committed to continual professional development including maintaining up-to-date training in Restorative Parenting.

Skills and experience required by our Deputy Manager:

- Level 3 Diploma in Residential Care (England) qualification or equivalent

- English and Maths GCSE Grade G or above

- Achieved or a willingness to complete Level 5 Diploma in Leadership and Management for Residential Childcare (England) qualification within first two years of employment

- At least two years’ experience working in Residential Childcare achieving positive outcomes for children

- Extensive experience working as a deputy childcare worker leading shifts and managing rotas

- Experience in working towards objectives and retaining documents and paperwork to remain statutory compliance

- People Management experience leading successful teams through effective staff supervision

- Experience of maintaining strict financial controls for auditing purposes

- Experience working with multi-agency working organisations (e.g., IRO’s, Local Authorities and Social Workers)

Closing Date: 28th March 2021

If you feel you have the skills and experience to join our team as a Deputy Manager, please click ‘Apply’ now!

Halliwell is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All post holders are subject to appropriate vetting procedures and a satisfactory enhanced Disclosure Barring Services (DBS) Disclosure.

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Deputy Manager - Southlawns

Somerset Care

Street, SW
1 day ago
Street, SW
1 day ago

Deputy Manager

Location:Street, Somerset

Salary from: £21,577 per annum

Hours: 39hours per week

Southlawns is looking to appoint a Deputy Manager to join their dedicated andenthusiastic team. Southlawns isamodern, well-established residential home with a great reputation for excellent care delivered by a qualified, dedicated staff.

At Somerset Care, our values and culture is what makes us different. We want to support people to live the life they choose. It is the culmination of all things we do that makes us a very special company to work for.

Through compelling management, delegation & mentoring you will support your team in the provision of care to the exceptional level our customers deserve.

As a Deputy Manager, you will form part of the senior team responsible for leading, motivating & managing staff in the home.

A Deputy Manager is one ofour most essential roles and involves:

  • Support the Manager to lead, direct, supervise and support the staff teams working within the care home in providing a network of services which can respond flexibly to the needs of individual customers.
  • Supporting the Manager to provide high quality care for our Service Users within the Company’s Quality Assurance framework.
  • Working/liaising with families and other professionals such as a GP’s and Social Workers.
  • Support the recruitment & retention of effect staff teams in the home.
  • Supporting the Manager to deal with incidents and following reporting procedures.
  • Ensuring a person centred approach is adopted to meet the identified needs of the customer.
  • Facilitate & attend staff meetings.

What you’ll need:

  • Management or Supervisory experience in the Care sector
  • A Level 3 in care or equivalent & willing to work towards Level 5 within a year
  • Strong time management, delegation & problem solving skills
  • Clear, effective communicator with strong literacy & report writing skills
  • Able to work flexibly & provide shift cover where required
  • Able to lead, motivate and engage a team

Benefits of working as a Care Assistant:

  • Working for a home rated as “Good” by the CQC
  • Fully Paid Training and Personal Development Plan
  • Access Wagestream -so you can now access your earned wages into your bank account before payday if needed.
  • Refer a Friend bonus
  • Free DBS background check
  • Pension contributions
  • Exclusive discounts suited to your lifestyle through 'My Care and Reward'
  • Cycle to Work Scheme

You will be given full training and support right from the out set. We can offer you so much more than a career, we offer the chance to gain qualifications whilst working, progression opportunities and many other fantastic benefits of working for a large care company. All we ask is that you are passionate about helping others.

If you would like to make a difference to people’s lives we would love to receive your application, or to find out more, please contact our Recruitment Team on 01823 448321.

Somerset Care,so much morerewarding. Do more than a job, change a life………

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Deputy Manager - Radstock BA3

1 Stop Healthcare

Radstock, SW
2 days ago
Radstock, SW
2 days ago

Are you a strong leader? Currently working as a Deputy Manager?

If so we are looking for you!

We have a great opportunity, working for an organisation that are passionate about the delivery of a compliant and person centered care provision.

You will need to be registered with CQC

Have a proven background in service management

Able to lead and motivate teams.

For more information and a conversation on what you can bring to the service, send your CV and lets have a chat.

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Supported Living Deputy Manager - London N21

1 Stop Healthcare

London, London
4 days ago
London, London
4 days ago

Are you a strong leader? Currently working as a Deputy Manager?

If so we are looking for you!

We have a great opportunity, working for an organisation that are passionate about the delivery of a compliant and person centered care provision.

You will need to be registered with CQC

Have a proven background in service management

Able to lead and motivate teams.

For more information and a conversation on what you can bring to the service, send your CV and lets have a chat.

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Family Assessment Deputy Manager

The SmartList

Mitcham, London
6 days ago
Mitcham, London
£36.028k - £40.848k Per Year
6 days ago
£36.028k - £40.848k Per Year
JPIMedia / The SmartList are advertising on behalf of an external company.
Family Assessment Deputy Manager

Are you a social worker looking to become a Deputy Manager?
Would you like to be part of one of the most forward-thinking family assessment organisations in England?
St Michael's Fellowship is looking for a motivated individual to join them as a Deputy Manager.
You will be working with families with a variety of issues where there are child protection concerns. St. Michael's Fellowship is an independent voluntary organisation that acts for the welfare and safeguarding of children.
You will be working in partnership with the Service Manager in a centre that has a specialised focus of working with young parents.
You will be a qualified social worker with at least three years’ experience working directly with families, committed to the best outcomes for children through direct work and team support.
As Deputy Manager, we expect and encourage you to bring your own ideas, creativity, knowledge and understanding to a team of new and experienced staff. We want all staff actively to contribute to the ongoing development of the centre and you’ll be encouraged to take on new challenges.
The highly experienced House Manager and our organisational culture of support and development will help you build your skills and capability.
We realise that the demands made on staff are considerable. We provide regular supervision, appraisals, training and professional development. There are regular team away days. Annual leave is generous and we provide free regular on site massage.
Our reference: SE2085
Vacancy: Deputy Manager
Location: South London
Salary: £36,028 - £40,848 (inclusive of LW) plus 2 sleep-ins per month at £50 per night (with management experience, starting salary £38,080)
Hours: Full Time
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Residential Support Worker Deputy Manager - Dover CT16

1 Stop Healthcare

Dover, HC
3 days ago
Dover, HC
3 days ago

Are you a strong leader? Currently working as a Deputy Manager?

If so we are looking for you!

We have an exciting opportunity for a Deputy Manager to support the Home. The successful candidate will support the Home Manager in ensuring that the home is maintained in accordance with our regulatory bodies. We provide specialist support for adults with intellectual disabilities who may also have Autistic Spectrum Conditions. The individuals may at times present with severely challenging behaviours. The service offers 24 hrs support and staff will be expected to provide the support needed to enable the people who use the service to reach their goals and to develop their self esteem and the skills they need to live as independently as possible.

We have a great opportunity, working for an organisation that are passionate about the delivery of a compliant and person centered care provision.

You will need to be registered with CQC

Have a proven background in service management

Able to lead and motivate teams.

For more information and a conversation on what you can bring to the service, send your CV and lets have a chat.

Salary

£23k - £26k Per Year

Job Type

Full Time

Posted

6 days ago

Description

JOB DESCRIPTION
Looking to earn between £23,000 and £26,000 pa in a well respected care role?

What we offer: 
  • 20 days holiday plus bank holidays 
  • Enhanced DBS Certificate paid for
  • Contributory Pension Scheme
  • Uniforms provided
  • Annual Salary Review
  • Staff Appreciation Days

The information provided in this Job Description is given to ensure that the post holder has the best opportunity of understanding what is required to be effective in the post.  It is not intended to be prescriptive in every detail and it is expected that the nature of their position will mean that each post holder will be as positive and flexible as possible in using this as a framework.

 

Job title:

 

Deputy Manager

 

 

Location/Department:

 

Castle Bank Care Home

 

Accountable to:

 

Care Home Manager / Managing Director

 

 

Responsible for:

 

Care Assistants, Catering, Support Workers, Admin and Maintenance Teams

 

 

Purpose of the role:

To make the use of care services a positive, timely and rewarding choice.

 

By:

  • Supporting the Home Manager in the daily management & running of the Care Home. Managing, delivering & leading high quality care as part of the care team using a person centred approach
  • Ensuring the individual needs of service users are met, providing opportunities for individuals to use their skills and enhance their quality of life, whilst maintaining their independence and privacy
  • To actively assist, maintain & promote the Coverage Care values:
    Support and listen to you
    Use and open, honest culture
    Put you at the heart of our service
    Ensure you feel safe
    Respect your life choices
    Be kind and compassionate

 

  • Working on a rolling shift pattern, including alternate weekends, applying a flexible attitude to working hours especially in regards to covering absence & holidays, including bank holidays, evenings & weekends
  • Displaying a caring, sensitive & approachable nature
  • Displaying compassion, patience & empathy in all tasks
  • Whilst being organised & reliable in approach to work

 

 

Key Responsibilities:

 

Take day-to-day management responsibility for the establishment by:

 

Staff Management


Responsible for ensuring all new staff are given a comprehensive induction, staff are aware of the standards expected, and fully supported throughout their employment. Ensure all Personal Development Plans & personnel paperwork are completed as required. Ensure the rota is covered for upcoming shifts and relief staff are utilized as & when required, to ensure staff are allocated and take their annual holiday entitlements, and as a deputy participate in the ‘sleep-in’ rota as & when required and share the on-call rota with the Home Manager, which will include weekend cover.

 

 

The Home


Take responsibility and accountability for the establishment, its resources and services. To support the Home Manager in managing all financial matters associated with the running of the home and help obtain the maximum benefit from available funds. Take responsibility & manage the presentation and appearance of the establishment & maintenance of equipment & facilities in line with the requirements of the Company by undertaking & recording the required scheduled building & security checks.

 

 

Communication


To work with the Home Manager to ensure all Company’s policies, procedures and legal obligations are followed and met, ensuring that all staff are working to company policies and procedures, company initiatives are promoted and to take appropriate action to ensure that standards are reached and maintained. Ensure Home Manager is kept up to date on any ongoing issues and deputise for the Home Manager in their absence as & when required.

Main Duties:

  • To lead & supervise a care team of staff in provision of the care services and participate in meeting the services users' physical, social, emotional and recreational needs, ensuring the highest quality of care is afforded to all service users.
  • To support the Home Manager with admission planning, ongoing assessments and discharge plans as & when required.
  • To manage & supervise the preparation of Person Centred Care Plans, Review & Assessments, implementing plans with the assistance of the care team. Prepare and/or contribute to reports, reviews & assessments in order to enhance the quality of services.
  • Assist & manage the preparation of those plans, displaying good communication skills (both written & verbal) as part of the key worker system, contribute to discussions on individual care plans and the reporting process by maintaining and updating records as required.
  • To assess performance and encourage development of the staff team through the use of PdP’s/appraisals.
  • To co-ordinate & run staff meetings to deliver information, maintain & promote best practice and set standards for care, through evidence based practice.
  • Act as a role model at all times.
  • To promote company initiatives & manage delivery within the service provision, ensuring that all staff are working to company policies & procedures, and to take appropriate action to ensure that standards are reached and maintained.
    Take responsibility for the presentation and appearance of the establishment and the maintenance of its equipment & facilities consistent with the requirements of the company.
  • To assist the Home Manager with the day to day management of the staff team, to include disciplinary, performance management, absence & sickness policies & procedures.
  • To ensure all aspects of personal care are provided to the service users in line with their care plan using a person centred approach, encouraging & promoting service users to reach their maximum level of independence, wherever possible undertaking these tasks for themselves.
  • To build, maintain & promote good relationships with service users and their relatives, displaying good communication & listening skills, to ensure they are provided with an effective communication network.
  • To strictly follow and promote the required safeguarding practices in line with local and national guidelines to act in the best interests of our staff and residents.
  • To observe & promote service user choice, independence, dignity, privacy, fulfilment & other rights.
  • To create & promote a warm and friendly atmosphere within the home, which allows & encourages service users to develop and participate in the running of the home to their fullest potential.
  • To ensure the care of personal belongings (excluding cash & valuables) of service users.
  • To take responsibility for ordering, administering & storing medication for service users in line with current policy and procedures.

Administration Tasks

  • To undertake and lead projects to improve service provision as and when required.
  • Ensure records are maintained and updated as required in order to enhance the quality of services in relation to maintaining the well-being, dignity, quality of life and environment of the service users.
  • To ensure all rotas and weekly allocation sheets are completed clearly and accurately in relation to hours worked and payment due for compilation of the monthly payroll by the Home Administrator.
  • To support the Home Manager with running & administering company policy and procedures in relation to recruitment and training to ensure the home has an effective & competent staff team with sufficient numbers and complimentary skills to meet resident needs at all times.
  • To support the Home Manager with quality assessment, completing audits, to ensure all records held within the home are accurately kept and updated to comply with company policy & procedure and all current legislation e.g. Care Standards Act 2008, Health & Safety Regulations and Data Protection Principles.
  • To assist the Home Manager with completing notifications to CQC, clinical & accident outcomes on the relevant systems & databases, as & when required.

Health & Safety

  • To ensure the health & safety regulations are adhered to at all times.
  • To identify & manage identified risks within the home, notifying the appropriate senior staff member immediately.
  • To be aware of emergency procedures, reporting hazards to the Manager and responding to emergencies as appropriate. In the event of any emergency, take all necessary action to preserve the security and safety of the service users & staff in accordance with procedures.
  • To use manual handling techniques & equipment safely and correctly as per the current company policy & procedures.
  • To wear the correct uniform and personal protective equipment (PPE) associated with the task and role you are carrying out.

Teamwork

  • To work effectively as part of a team, actively supporting other team members, whilst also being self-motivated to work on own initiative & without direct supervision.
  • As a member of the management team, support the Manager in meeting the Company’s policies, procedures and legal obligations. Additionally, ensure that you are always up to date with company issues and performance targets and undertake company projects as & when required.
  • To be able to work under pressure.
  • To participate in appropriate training, and be committed to ongoing personal & professional development.
  • To act as a role model to the care team.
  • To attend staff meetings as requested by the Home Manager.
  • To promptly report any information, issues or concerns regarding the care, support, wellbeing or behaviour of service users and also staff members to the Home Manager.
  • To continuously review your practices to develop new skills and knowledge through continuous professional development & training, to maintain a sound working knowledge of current care/standards that contributes to the enhancement of patient care skills.

 

Safeguarding

  • To implement and promote safeguarding procedures in line with the Company, Local and National Frameworks.
  • To keep up to date with relevant safeguarding training and to share and promote good practice with all staff.
  • To monitor and keep up to date necessary DBS checks for all staff using the update service.
  • Record and monitor any safeguarding concerns using our Company procedure in order to ensure that all residents and staff are kept safe and free from any harm.

Other

  • Understand & apply the principles of confidentiality at all times.
  • Ensure that service user confidentiality & dignity is maintained at all times, ensuring information is not shared or divulged with anyone not authorised to receive it.
  • Ensure the service provision is anti-discriminatory and culturally sensitive responding to individual needs, with regard to race, religion, culture, language, gender, sexual orientation, age and disability.
  • To actively market Castlebank Care Home and promote a positive, personal & professional profile, ensuring the good reputation of the Company at all times to external bodies and professionals.
  • To display a commitment to promote equal opportunities in the Company.
  • To promote and work within the values of Castlebank Care Home.
  • The role is subject to ongoing satisfactory Enhanced DBS check using the online update service.