Care Home Manager

Nomad HR and Recruitment Ltd
22 Aug 2019
31 Aug 2019
Job Type
Contract Type
Care Home Manager - Make a difference
Earlsdon, Coventry
This is a rewarding opportunity to make a positive impact in St Andrew's House Residential Home and a person's life. We are an established residential Home with a Christian ethos and offer choice and independence to support our community of residents to live a constructive, positive and fulfilling lifestyle. There is also continuing growth in professional care and with a person-centred approach. We are currently seeking a Care Home Manager to lead a well-respected team at our 35 persons Home in Coventry. Your role will be to work in partnership with the client and authorities as well as manage day to day activities.
  • As the CQC Registered Manager you will be operationally responsible for the day-to-day management of all support and extra care activities undertaken across St Andrews House.
  • Taking responsibility for the financial and quality performance including expenditure and income, reporting and data capture.
  • Responsible for liaison and maintaining positive relationship management with external organisations such as CQC, Social Services, Local Authority, local health providers and wider local community.
  • Ensure the Company's key strategies, business and continuity plans and policies are fully implemented, reviewed and updated at all times.
  • Lead in developing services at St Andrew's House and, if required, the wider community that reflect the needs and aspirations of our clients, provide value-for-money and fulfil our strategic objectives.
Essential Requirements:
  • Level 5 Diploma in Leadership for Health and Social Care (Adult), RMA (Registered Managers Award), or equivalent.
  • Experience of providing hands-on personal care.
  • Responsibility for managing rotas, assessments and personal centred care and support planning.
  • People management experience within a support or care environment, including with HR/employee relations procedures.
  • Significant experience of working with older people or vulnerable adults and those who may present challenging behaviours.
  • Experience of managing significant operating budgets.
  • Experience of working for a CQC registered provider or equivalent.
  • Demonstrable understanding and experience of the commissioning/contract environment for care and support organisations. (Desirable)
This is a fantastic opportunity to work with a quality care home charity which values long term personal and professional development and treats staff with respect. In addition, your commitment and attention will be rewarded with a competitive salary and a great deal of job satisfaction.
Please note that employment will be subject to excellent references, a DBS disclosure being obtained and acceptable registration with the CQC.
Applications close on 23rd August 2019.
If you feel you have the necessary skills and experience and meet the criteria above please apply below.