Birmingham, West Midlands, England
£ 25,000 - 27,000 Per yearPermanentPosted 14th May 2020
Registered Home Manager - Mental Health £25,000 - £27,140 Full-time, Permanent Birmingham Compass Associates are working alongside a valued client who is currently looking to recruit an experienced Registered Home Manager to oversee a residential home for young adults with Mental Health needs in Birmingham. We are l ...
Leeds, West Yorkshire, England
£ 40000 - 50000 Per yearPermanentPosted 21st May 2020
Residential Manager Leeds£40,000 to £50,000 per annumJ52602An exclusive opportunity has arisen for a Residential Manager to work in a top quality service in the Leeds area. The position has become available with a reputable provider of high quality support and residential care. This is a medium service which has been designed with modern features. The service specialises in alcohol ...
Luton, Bedfordshire, England
£ 28000 - 30000 Per yearPermanentPosted 1st May 2020
£28,000 to £30,000 per annum | Increasing by £2000 Once Registered with CQC | 40 hours | Days | Learning Disability, Mental Health Condition, Younger Adults | Great Benefits | A very small private Bedfordshire Residential Care Home requires an experienced Registered Care Home Manager to lead the team and develop the service. The home caters to older adults who require care and support for learning disabilities and mental health condition. It is owned and operated by a leading national care group. D ...
Corby, Northamptonshire, England
£ 40000 - 45000 Per yearPermanentPosted 7th April 2020
£40,000 to £45,000 per annum | 40 hours | Days | Elderly and Dementia Care | Great Benefits | A leading Corby care home requires an experienced Care Home Manager to lead the team and develop the service. The home caters to older adults who require care and support for physical and mental frailties and is owned and operated by a leading national care group. Details of this Home Manager role and what the successful candidate will receive: • A full-ti ...
Washington, Pulborough, West Sussex, England
£ 37000 - 40000 Per yearPermanentPosted 28th May 2020
Residential Home ManagerWashington£37,000- £40,000 annum + BonusAre you a registered Home Manager looking for a new challenge in a luxury residential home with one of the North East's leading care home provider?My client is one of the leading luxury providers of residential care homes across the North East they have an outstanding reputation for the high levels of care they provide in their well established care homes & are in need of a fantastic Home Manager to take the helm at their small home in the Washington area.The home is set in beautiful l ...
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Hindhead, Surrey, England
£ 35871 - 36871 Per yearPermanentPosted 28th May 2020
Area Manager - Hindhead / Godalming, SurreySalary - £36,871.00 My client is looking for an experienced individual for their Area Manager role, for two of their support living services with learning disabilities in the Hindhead and Godalming, Surry area.This is a really exciting opportunity, for an Area Manager, to join a care provider, who are continuously developing, and they need an experienced individual for their Area Manager role, with backgrounds of; area management or residential home managers with strong experience to help ...
Dartford, Kent, England
£ 31000 - 35000 Per yearPermanentPosted 27th May 2020
Role: Children's Home Deputy ManagerLocation: Crowborough, East SussexSalary: Up to £35,000Are you an experienced Senior Support Worker looking for a forward step in your career?Are you a Deputy Manager, looking for a new role, working 9 - 5?I am recruiting for a Children's Home Deputy Manager for my client who is opening up their 2nd home in the area.The home is going through its Ofsted registration as we speak, as the Registered Manager ...
Kidderminster, Worcestershire, England
£ 0 - 45000 Per yearPermanentPosted 27th May 2020
Children's Home Manager Kidderminster - £45KJob Description:A small children's home in Kidderminster are currently seeking an experienced and committed care professional to become the Registered Manager of this small residential home. This role is with a leading childcare provider within the UK, and the ideal candidate for this role must be an experienced manager and must have a proven track record ...
Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England
£ 35000 - 40000 Per yearPermanentPosted 27th May 2020
Role: Registered ManagerSalary: £40,000 p/aLocation: LincolnService: Elderly/Dementia Residential HomeA welcoming and modern care home within Lincoln seeks an experienced registered manager to take the lead at this lovely and welcoming care home. If you are looking for a fresh challenge and the chance to work for a leading provider of residential care in the area then please contact Georgi at Amber Mace on Applyto find out more!The home ...
Weston-Super-Mare, Somerset, England
£ 40000 - 60000 Per yearPermanentPosted 26th May 2020
A fantastic opporunity for an experienced care home manager to join a large healthcare organisation in Weston-Super-Mare.This excellent residential home specialises in elderly/dementia care and requires a motivated manager with a strong home management background.Responsibilities:Ensure that the home is fully compliant with the CQC regulations.Successfully lead your team and effectively manage the home's budget.Help set up and develop communication ...
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Registered care home manager jobs: frequently asked questions
Welcome to our registered care home manager jobs page, featuring all the latest roles throughout the UK, as well as frequently asked questions below.
What does a registered care home manager do?
Registered care home managers (who may also be known as registered home managers) manage the day-to-day running of residential care homes.
They’re known as ‘registered’ managers because they’re registered with the Care Quality Commission (CQC) in order to manage care homes.
As a registered home manager, you’ll be responsible for recruitment, managing staff, overseeing finances and ensuring the quality of care meets nationally recognised standards.
The homes you manage could support adults with learning disabilities, physical disabilities, mental health conditions or older people.
What are the daily responsibilities of a registered care home manager?
As a registered home manager, your daily responsibilities can vary greatly depending on the type of residents you work with.
But broadly, they might include:
• Be legally responsible for the service to ensure it is run in accordance with the various laws pertaining to running care homes, notably CQC regulations
• Ensuring the delivery of high quality, personalised care
• Recruiting, training and managing staff
• Managing the budgets and financial responsibilities of the home to required targets
• Maintaining health and safety standards
• Working with other local community organisations
• Ensuring medication plans are adhered to
• Organising group activities
• Building a relationship with residents’ families
Your shift pattern can vary, but care management is a 24/7 responsibility.
So, working unsociable hours, and being on call when you’re not working, is possible.
What skills and qualifications do you need to become a registered care home manager?
First and foremost, to become a registered home manager you need to be registered with the CQC.
To register, you’ll need a mix of qualifications, experience and personality traits.
A level 5 Diploma in Leadership for Health and Social Care was a qualification created especially for care management – and will put you in the ideal position to register.
However, there are some alternative routes into this role.
If you’re an NMC registered nurse with some leadership experience or qualifications, you may be considered.
Also, with a Level 4 NVQ in Health and Social Care, and some solid leadership experience, you might be able to apply.
An undergraduate or master’s degree related to social care could also put you in a strong position.
Whatever qualifications and experience you have, your skills will be carefully assessed too.
You’ll need to be caring and compassionate of course, but resilient and patient too.
It’s a challenging career choice as well as a rewarding one.
You’ll also need leadership qualities, lots of confidence and superb people skills – which are all essential when training and managing staff.
How much do registered care home managers earn?
Registered home managers typically work in the private sector, so pay is unregulated and can vary.
Industry statistics suggest that the average annual salary can range from £25,000 to £30,000 per annum to £80,000.
It’s not uncommon for registered home managers to receive bonuses too, and pay can be much higher with enough experience.
The starting end of a Home Care Home Managers salary usually range between £22,000 to £35,000.
This is usually 30 - 60 unit assisted living facilities or smaller homes with between 5 - 35 beds.
Mid range salaries come in between £35,000 and £45,000 respectively.
This refers to midsize homes with between 30 - 50 beds.
Finally, high end salaries will often range between £46,000 to £75,000 basic salary, plus bonus.
This would be for larger services averaging 50 - 80 beds. It’s important to remember your legal requirements remain the same, regardless of the salary.
The care sector is currently drastically understaffed, so there is a push both for care workers and registered home managers.
It’s likely that many providers will be offering particularly good financial rewards in the coming years for the right people.
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