Residential Care Home Policy Lead

Recruiter
Charles Hunter Associates
Location
Greater London
Salary
50000.00 - 60000.00 GBP Annual
Posted
06 Jul 2017
Closes
19 Jul 2017
Function
Consultant
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Are you a Senior Manager within residential care homes? Are you quality and compliance driven? Would you like move away from direct service management?

We have a unique and highly rewarding role available, giving you the chance to raise quality standards, update best practices and policies to care homes on a wide scale.

The Job:

The Residential Care Home Policy Lead will be responsible for ensuring the care management system has all the latest care policies, procedures and best practices available for its users to ensure they are fully compliant with CQC.

Your role will involve updating existing policies, researching the very latest best practice methods in the industry and liaising with external experts to ensure all content is up to date with current legislation and CQC regulations.

The position will be Monday to Friday 9am 5pm paying up to GBP60,000.

The Candidate:

This role will suit an experienced Senior Manager or Quality Assurance Manager within CQC regulated care homes who has a passion for researching and writing the very latest cutting-edge policies, procedures and best practices.


You will have an impeccable eye for detail and an enthusiasm for scouring the industry for very latest practices.


We are looking for someone proactive and driven with a high knowledge of CQC regulations, care practices, policies and care legislation.

The Client:

My client is leading provider of care management systems to CQC regulated care homes across the UK. They have thousands of users who rely on this system to keep their policies, procedures and practices up to date and compliant.

My client is determined to provide simpler tools for Care Home Managers and improving care standards for service users across over 2000 providers.

This is a fantastic and unique role for a social care manager to move out of operational management and be influential in improving care practices on a huge scale.