Working for a "premium brand" care provider the Care Manager is ultimately responsible for safe and legal delivery of service.
The key to the company's success is quality.
Quality of care, quality of staff, quality of communication with service users.
The care manager is responsible for promoting quality throughout the business.
Duties will include:
Managing Coordinator and Supervisor
Managing & implementing recruitment plan & procedures
All aspects of recruiting and training care staff
Organising and delivering Care Worker Induction Training
Ensuring full compliance throughout the business
Responsible for the legal and ethical running of the day-to-day business
Be registered with the appropriate regulator
Understand and work within regulator legislation, standards and regulations
Keep full and accurate records in accordance with legal requirements
Undertaking and monitoring of all appropriate assessments relating to new customers
Undertake/facilitate reviews of customers’ needs/requirements in accordance with guidelines
Liaise with other health professionals as appropriate
Planning and implementing supervisions and appraisals in accordance with guidelines
Deliver/facilitate all necessary development requirements in accordance with the needs of the service
Understand and monitor health and safety in the workplace and in the field
Ensure implementation, execution, and management of quality control systems, complaints procedure, and performance management protocols where necessary
Achievement of sales targets and delivery within budgets
To work within agreed budgets to ensure the profitability of the business
Ensure all safeguarding measures are in place
Take on-call duties as part of a team on a rota basis
Met and exceed KPI’s
Ensuring all emergency on-call issues are dealt with effectively e.g. covering calls either directly or indirectly when care workers are sick or absent
Recording all emergency calls and passing the information to appropriate parties
Skill and experience:
Experience in managing the delivery of social care services as a Registered Manager
Excellent understanding of the needs of people who require care and support at home and the provision of home care services in line with best practice
Excellent understanding of the principles of high-quality person-centred care and support and anti-discriminatory care practice
Good understanding of the regulatory responsibilities of a registered manager and the law relating to domiciliary care services
A relevant social care qualification and have or be willing to work towards a relevant management qualification
Understanding of systems to maintain confidentiality in relation to customers, staff, and the business
Knowledge of health and safety matters and risk management in relation to home care services
Willingness to work flexibly and to keep knowledge and skills up to date
You will need to obtain a satisfactory criminal records check and evidence that your name is not listed as barred from working with vulnerable people
Full drivers licence with no more than 6 points, Class 1 business insurance, and a current MOT (if using own car for business purposes)
Apply now for this excellent opportunity.
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