Registered Manager - Adults LD Services - Birmingham

Hampton's Resourcing
32500.00 - 35500.00 GBP Annual
01 Sep 2017
26 Sep 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
Hampton's are currently working exclusively with a national Adult's services provider to support them with the recruitment of a Registered Manager based in the West Midlands for a 6 bedded home.

The appointed Manager will be expected to provide a needs led service for adults with learning disabilities by adopting a person centred approach that fosters self-awareness, personal growth and gives each person the strongest voice with regards to decision making and lifestyle choices.

You will be expected to develop a positive working environment which nurtures and rewards good practice through a programme of training and development as well as maintaining high standards and ensure compliance with National Care Standards.

Working in partnership with the Recruitment and Training Manager you will have responsibility for ensuring the recruitment and retention of staff with a positive value base and person centred approach. You will also take responsibility for areas of development or leadership as directed by the Operations Manager.

Our Client are market leaders in providing the following types of Adult's services nationally:

Learning Difficulties - Mental Health - Residential - Supported Living

Key Job Responsibilities:

Undertake monthly Quality Assessment Audits to ensure a continuously improving service is provided.
Manage delegated budgets to ensure resources are used to best effect, in
line with company policy and procedure.
Implementing/monitoring and contributing to joint initiatives as required
e.g. Person Centred Plans, Health Action Plans.
Provide regular supervision and annual appraisal to Team Leaders and
Senior Support Workers in line with Company procedures and standards.
Ensure a range of meetings take place to include weekly residents and
Team Leader meetings and fortnightly staff meetings.
Ensure staff attend all mandatory and refresher training
Ensure staff adhere to the GCSS Codes of Practice and rules, policies and
procedures contained in the Staff Handbook