Registered Manager required to oversee the operational day to day management of a beautiful residential service for adults with learning disabilities, forensic backgrounds and behaviours which may challenge.
Based close to the Birmingham/Worcestershire borders, this service offers great access from the M5 and M6 motorways, as well as the local road networks.
You will become a pivotal part of an established organisation who prides themselves on the delivery of unique and individualised support packages. You will drive and deliver person centred care and support which encourages independent living and choice amongst the people you support.
You will play a key role in the referral and assessment process, care and support planning, budget management and ensuring all care is delivered in line with both company and CQC policies and procedures. An expert in the field of forensic behaviours, you will use your knowledge to manage and inspire your staff team to deliver personalized care packages, taking into account the emotional, social and physical needs for the people you support.
I am looking for forward thinking, passionate and care focused manager who has a strong business acumen and can demonstrate working within services which may prove challenging. You will be committed to service development and securing recognition for the support you provide.
To be considered for this vacancy, you will already be an established manager who has held registration with CQC. In addition, you will have supported adults with learning disabilities and behaviours which may prove challenging within a residential setting or specialist unit.
The NVQ 4 in health and social care/RMA/QCF level 5 in leadership and management for care services is essential to apply for this vacancy. You will also hold a full UK driving licence and have access to your own vehicle.
This distinctive and not to be missed management opportunity is offering a generous salary circa £34000 per annum, increasing in registration.
You will also receive a generous annual leave allowance and first-rate internal and external training packages.
Applications can be made via email or through the BS Social Care Website.
Alternatively, if you would like to learn more about this opportunity and others like this prior to sending your CV, I can be contacted on 0121 633 3123 between the hours of 9am and 530pm Monday to Friday for a private and confidential discussion.