Deputy Nursing Home Manager
Salary: £15.50 per hour - 42 hours per week (£33,852) However this might be negotiable for the right candidate
My client provide residential, nursing, respite and rehabilitation care, as well as specialist dementia and end of life care, to older people. They deliver these services in a range of settings, including Nursing homes and Care homes.
The Deputy Nursing Home Manager will be based at a purpose built nursing home in the Chester area. The Nursing home provides specialist care for people with age related conditions, such as dementia, and also supports able residents to remain active in their community.
As the Deputy Nursing Home Manager you have responsibility for assisting in the management of a business and a team. As part of the leadership team you will be responsible for ensuring the whole facility operates effectively and of course ensuring we deliver the very best quality care. The Deputy Nursing Home Manager will join the stable and established team at a smaller than average Nursing Home which has an excellent local reputation and excellent CQC.
So as a Deputy Nursing Home Manager what do you need to do to make this happen?
Ensure the delivery of quality care - continually assessing resident's needs and wishes and developing the Nursing home to enhance their quality of life.
Assist the Nursing home manager deputise in the overall management of the care home as required.
Positively influence the reputation of the home - communicating professionally and warmly with visitors including family, friends and other external stakeholders.
Play an active role in ensuring compliance within the home managing the implementation of company policies and regulatory requirements; striving to achieve the best possible care rating and other external recognition of quality.
Maintain clinical excellence role models high standards of nursing care, ensuring legal, regulatory and best practice guidelines are followed.
Support the financial effectiveness of the home ensure the home operates within budget through effective use of resources and identify areas to improve efficiency.
Take on an active leadership role you will need to be a visible leader in the home supporting the operation of a twenty four hour business.
Developing your people oversee the induction of all new employees and participate in the training development of the team.
People management play an active part in the recruitment, assessment and supervision of the team.
Support the Nursing Home manager in disciplinary proceeding as required.
In order to achieve this the Deputy Nursing Home Managers should have:
A strong passion and commitment to enhance the specialist services delivered. A positive and flexible attitude and wholly adopt a person centred ethos, exhibiting empathy and a desire to make a difference. Be forward thinking and up to date with current practices and have a desire to maintain excellent clinical and industry knowledge. Strong leadership and management qualities are essential and previous experience as a deputy home manager would be desirable. Applicants must hold a current registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) and have a legal right to work in the UK.
Deputy Nursing Home Managers are critical to the continued success of the business, working across all aspects of care; the role gives a great opportunity to take managerial and leadership responsibilities whilst continuing to deliver clinical care.
My client provide a variety of competitive benefits, including a generous holiday allowance, contributory pension scheme, a bespoke development programme and an employee discount scheme.
If you have the skills to succeed in this Deputy Nursing Home Manager role and are committed to the provision of quality care please contact Ciara on Apply
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Key Words: Nursing Home Manager, Deputy Nursing Home Manager, Nurse Qualified, RGN, RMN, Elderly)