Norwood House has an exciting opportunity for a Care Home Manager, with specialist experience in working with elderly and dementia residents, to run their home in Gunness.
The home is a dementia specialist Residential Care Home. All 27 bedrooms are en-suite enabling us to deliver person-centred care in a dignified manner, promoting independence as far as possible.
Our Registered Home Manager is the heart of our care home. They effectively manage all aspects of the day to day running of our care home to ensure our residents receive high quality person-centred care at all times. By supervising and supporting their team to drive the companys values to ensure our residents receive the highest standard of person-centred care, meeting individual needs and ensuring everyone is treated with respect and dignity by protecting rights to privacy, independence and choice.
You will find the opportunities for development, benefits and guidance we offer to be sector-leading in what we offer staff.
Our Ideal Candidate
We are looking for an ambitious, dynamic and driven individual who are passionate and committed to providing a great place to live for the residents in their care. A current Deputy Manager maybe suited as full support is available from the Care Manager.
A minimum of 5 years experience working in a caring environment along with 2 years supervisory management experience is essential, along with a NVQ Level 4 or above in Health and Social Care. Experience of working with the care of older people is essential.
Understanding of the Care Standards Act and Health and Safety Legislation, Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
Previous experience in controlling budgets and accounts Knowledge of marketing and sales principles Leadership qualities such as influencing and motivational skills, Skills in recruitment, selection and retention of staff role Responsibilities
Being a Registered Home Manager means you are responsible for all aspects of the care home including compliance and business operations. You will be accountable for provision providing residents with the highest standard personalised care and will lead your team to enable our residents to live full and enriched lives.
Your core responsibilities would include:
Promoting a caring environment which provides residents with a high standard of care, meeting individual needs.
Overseeing the financial controls within the home, including contracts management, budgets, invoicing, payroll, petty cash etc.
Ensuring our residents feel well cared-for by developing caring relationships, understanding their likes and dislikes and getting to know them as individuals.
Supervising, training, coaching and developing of new and existing care staff to guarantee we are providing the highest level of care to our residents in line with compliance guidelines.
Liaison and cooperation with other professionals, including CQC inspectors and inspections. Driving compliance in the home through care plan management, compliance, quality audits and the management of medication and statutory requirements.
Liaising with other care professionals to ensure the care needs of our residents are met at all times.
Leading and taking part in events and activities within the home, creating positive memories and experiences for our residents.
Complying with all statutory and legal requirements throughout the home including HACCP, COSHH and the Care Standards Act Health and Safety, all aspects of the Health & Social Care Act to maintain a safe environment throughout the home.
Investigating any complaints, compiling reports and taking action as appropriate.
Accountability for all staffing requirements, including recruitment, performance management to ensure the home is safely staffed at all times.
Supporting residents with their personal financial arrangements, maintaining confidentiality of all information, and ensuring that any financial transaction is recorded and treated with the utmost honesty.
Driving the marketing, promotion and occupancy of the home.