Are you a Service Manager working in care services and looking for a role in the Horley area? This could well be the ideal Health & Social care management job for you. We're searching for a full-time Service Manager to oversee operations associated with clients with learning difficulties. It's a busy and demanding role and comes with a salary up to £33,000 a year.
As a flexible Services Manager, you'll be working 37.5 hours a week on a rota, of which two days will be spent on management admin. You will also need to cover some weekends and occasional sleep-ins.
The service users at the heart of the service you will be overseeing have moderate to high learning disabilities. The ideal candidate will, therefore, have experience in such critical areas as Total Communication, Behaviours that Challenge, Autism and Epilepsy.
Amongst diverse duties, the main areas of activity in this Service Manager job include:
. Manage all aspects of staff activity, including recruitment, supervision, development and training
. Work with the Head Office functional teams and Group Manager to ensure compliance with all regulations
. Maintaining the day to day running of the care service
. Supporting people with all aspects of their agreed support plan and risk management plans
. Maintaining records including people's files and financial records
The role will also require management and administration of prescription drugs. Your place of work is not easily accessible via public transport, and you must, therefore, have your own car with a clean driving licence.
The successful Services Manager candidate will have:
. NVQ 4/RMA/LMSC/Diploma 5 in care or equivalent
. Management experience in a service supporting adults with LD
. Previous registration as a Service Manager with the CQC, and a recognised management qualification
Interested? To apply for this Service Manager job in Horley, please contact us today. All interviews will be conducted online or on the phone.
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