Registered Home Manager (37 hours per week)
Shalbourne, Nr. Hungerford.
If you share our passion for providing care and support to individuals with learning disabilities, enabling them to achieve a valued and fulfilling life, then we would love to hear from you.
The current Registered Home Manager of our service in Shalbourne is retiring and we are now recruiting a Registered Home Manager who will be able to continue and develop her exceptional work in providing care and support to four gentlemen and one lady. The Home is a beautiful bungalow, with a separate sensory bespoke building, set in the village of Shalbourne, close to Hungerford, Marlborough and Newbury.
As the Registered Manager, you will manage and lead a dedicated team to deliver high quality care and person-centred support; a deputy home manager is in place to support you in your day to day management of the home.
You will enable & direct your team to support people with their chosen activities including swimming, visits to the theatre, cinema, music classes, dance, shopping, days out, arts & crafts, gardening. Many of these activities are currently restricted but will resume when safe to do so.
The White Horse Care Trust is a registered charity; we pride ourselves on delivering the highest standards of person-centred care and support across Wiltshire. We are dedicated to ensuring our staff engage in continued training & development. This is a very exciting time to join us as we go through a very healthy period of growth and development.
What experience do you need?
Experienced as a Registered Home Manager or extensive Deputy Manager experience.
The desire and commitment to ensure that each person receives the personalised care and support that is appropriate to their assessed individual needs.
A full knowledge & understanding of CQC & local authority regulations, expectations & inspection criteria.
Experience in managing and developing a staff team to deliver the very best direct care & support, ensuring effective appraisal and supervision.
Hold a current driving licence and have own vehicle.
Be qualified with the equivalent to a Level 5 diploma in Health and Social Care.
Have a thorough understanding of current health and safety and risk management.
Be self-motivated, organised, flexible, caring and passionate about delivering personalised support.
Be resilient & passionate through challenging times.
Excellent administration and IT skills.
This role offers unique and rewarding opportunities bringing great job satisfaction and career development opportunities. We provide accredited management training, health and social care diplomas and mentoring by experienced qualified social care practitioners.