Assistant Registered Manager

  • Do you want to work for an employer that puts its employees first?
  • Do you want to work for an innovative company with exciting growth plans?
  • Do have experience in effectively managing services with adults and young children with disabilities/challenging behaviour?
  • Do you have experience with working with local authorities, families, supervisions, inductions and training?
  • Do you have experience in undertaking risk assessments, care planning and reviews with multiple teams of relevant professional bodies?
  • Do you possess a Level 5 health and social care qualification?

If yes, continue reading below….

Our employee-centric client is looking for an Assistant Registered Manager to be responsible for the operational day-to-day management of the service ensuring compliance with relevant legislation. Working in partnership with colleagues in the senior management team you will ensure the provision of a high-quality service enabling individual needs and organisational priorities to be met in accordance with available resources.
This is an exciting opportunity to join a growing company and would suit someone with strong leadership skills who is able to coach, mentor and develop a team and support their personal and professional growth to enable them to contribute value to the business.

Salary

£25k-£33k (depending on experience) plus on-call allowance.

Location

Manchester (hybrid working available)

Hours

37.5 hours per week, Monday to Friday, 9am-5pm or 8am-4pm (flexibility given)

Type of Role

Full-time, permanent

The Role

Key responsibilities include:

  • To ensure that all regulatory requirements are met and that they are aware of the relevant regulations that apply to the service being managed and uphold regular review for compliance auditing.
  • The company is in its infancy so this role will involve assisting the Registered Manager to build upon the existing client base.
  • To provide strong leadership of the administration, transition, care, and people management that are aligned with company core values.
  • Have the ability to demonstrate knowledge of current standards and regulations.
  • To maintain the operations of the service at the standard agreed with the organization, within the financial budget or other parameters set out.
  • To maintain Care and management skills at the current level, and undertake such training and development as may from time to time be required to maintain that standard of practice and network within the forums and events to build relationships.
  • To manage the services within the business in accordance with standards agreed and in line with accepted best practices.

On-call hours: Alternate weekday evenings/weekends/bank holidays on a rota system. On-call will be paid in addition to the basic salary.

The Requirements

The ideal candidate will:

  • Hold current qualifications relevant to health and social care within the industry – level 5.
  • Have experience in effectively managing services with adults and young children with disabilities/challenging behaviour
  • Have experience with working with local authorities, families, supervisions, inductions and training.
  • Have experience in undertaking risk assessments, care planning and reviews with multiple teams of relevant professional bodies.

This job is for me

If you feel that you can successfully fulfil this vacancy then apply now:

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