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Care Home Manager – Glossop

Negotiable

Category: Permanent

Location: Glossop

Our client is a 67 bedded residential home that supports a range of residential needs such as the elderly with dementia and offer an efficient care service that respects personal freedoms. This fantastic service is now looking for a full time experienced and professional Care Home Manager to join their team.

As Care Home Manager you will be responsible for ensuring the delivery of high quality person centred care for the homes residents. In order to be considered for this exciting role as Care Home Manager, you will need to have had previous experience of managing a care home and have completed registered Managers awards or be willing to work towards it, along with a passion for achieving consistent high levels of care.

 

For this role,  you must have:

Must have 5 years’ management experience

– Experience managing a large care service / care home

Must have an NVQL4/L5 or Registered Managers Award (ideally L&M award and NVQ4)

– Must have the ability to engage with the service users to understand their needs in order to provide excellent services of care

– Good working knowledge of CQC standards and procedures

– Proven track recording of managing and improving a service

– The ability to build and maintain excellent working relationships with external care professionals, families and visitors

– Promote ownership of care programmes by fully involving service users and their families in developing, agreeing and evaluating care programmes within the home

– Must have the eligibility to work within the U.K.

 

The main responsibilities of the job include:

Care:

– To assess social needs in a residential care setting and health needs of prospective clients in a nursing care setting and subsequently to monitor the planning and on-going evaluation of care.

– Continually assess and supervise the work of Staff to ensure consistently high standards and efficient running of the Care Centre while creating an atmosphere conducive to the best interests of the Clients.

– Practice maximum integrity in all dealings with Clients’ personal and financial affairs and avoid abuse of the privileged relationships which exists with Clients.

 

Communication:

-Ensure and maintain regular communications with the respective Regional Manager.

– Preserve effective communications through regular contact / meetings with Clients, Relatives, Staff, Regional Manager and any other concerned bodies; maintaining appropriate minutes / reports.

– Liaise with the Activities Co-ordinator, Clients, Relatives and other Staff in the development of activities for Clients which will enhance their quality of life.

 

Budgetary / Financial Control:

– Manage  and  maintain  agreed  budgets,  in  conjunction  with  the  Regional  Manager,  by monitoring on a weekly basis and taking corrective action as required.

– Review  and  authorise  monthly  returns  and  notify  the  Finance  Department  of  any discrepancies.

 

 

Health & Safety:

– Carry out duties as “Responsible Officer” for the Care Centre under the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 and Fire Regulations.

– Ensure the implementation of the Care Centre’s Health and Safety Policy and that Emergency and Fire Procedures are carried out.

-Monitor and review accident reports and infection control, ensuring regulatory bodies are informed of an incident when necessary; i.e. CQC/CI/CSSIW, CCG’s, Local Authorities, Environmental/Public Health, etc.

 

General:

– Adhere to all appropriate NMC guidelines / regulations in a nursing care setting. Adhere to all appropriate guidelines of the Social Care Councils in a residential care setting.

– Ensure that all practices and procedures required within the Care Centre are organised and managed effectively to meet the needs of the Clients.

– Undertake general nursing and/or personal care work as required to ensure the safety of the Clients

– Maintain and update/or keep current professional knowledge and competence.

– Audit the Care Centre and identify and action areas of non-compliance.

– Ensure that all information of a confidential nature gained in the course of work is not divulged to third parties.

– Maintain such records, including financial, care and Health & Safety records as may be required by both the Regulator and the Directors of the company.

– Organise ‘on-call’ for emergencies which may arise within the Care Centre.

 

This is an excellent opportunity to join a fantastic company as a home manager and if this sounds like the ideal role for you then please click apply and submit your CV today. Or alternatively, if you are not ready to apply yet then please call Debbie Brawley on 0141 221 2899 for a confidential chat.

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