St Leonards-on-Sea, East Sussex, England
My client is looking for a Experienced Deputy Manager. This is a 4 bedded home, within the Sussex area, specialising in providing expert care for adults with Prader Willi Syndrome with associated Learning Disabilities. This is a great opportunity for an exceptional and experienced manager, ideally with some experience of Prader Willi Syndrome, who will be integral in leading the team to shape and develop the service strategy, and inspire the staff team to provide the highest quality of person-centred support. The successful candidate will have an excellent working knowledge of CQC standards and associated regulations, with exceptional leadership and organisational skills.
A strong background of successful service management is essential, preferably with knowledge of new service commissioning, business development and leading excellence in care and support. A detailed knowledge of the statutory requirements associated with care and support for the people who use our services is essential. You should also be able to demonstrate a sound understanding of the key business activities associated with a care and support service.
You will be required to take overall responsibility for the successful running of the service, in line with the requirements of the regulatory bodies and company policies and procedures. To promote and ensure high standards of care and support for people who use their services. Managing the service as a financially profitable and viable business that has a future for the people who use their services.
You will ensure that staff are providing excellent standards of support to the people that use our service, in line with regulatory and internal quality standards. . Ensure that all person centred care plans are reviewed, evaluated and updated regularly. Ensure that all staff have completed all mandatory training and any training specific to the service. Ensure the service meets all legal and statutory requirements including, but not limited to, those related to fire regulations, health and safety at work, licensing, weights and measures, trading standards, employment, current legislation and that all appropriate statutory notices are displayed. Maintain an excellent standard of safeguarding practice and awareness throughout the service and staff team. Ensure the service has a positive reputation and good relationships with all stakeholders, including people in the local community, families and friends of the people who use our service and potential purchasers. Excellent knowledge of current policies, procedures and governance affecting the service and the company.
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- £ 24,000 - 25,000 Per year
- Full time
- Job Level
- Deputy Manager / Senior Staff
Posted 30 Nov 2016
Closes 30 Dec 2016
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