We are looking for an experienced Registered Manager to lead a settled team of 4 senior staff and 18 residential staff. We are interested to hear from experience residential home Registered Managers, even if your background is not children with disabilities, as we can help you develop that specialism.
We seek someone with knowledge of the standards and Registered Manager role, a person to oversee the day to day running of the service and be responsible for ensuring the service meets relevant regulations and standards. You will work closely with families, and professionals to ensure children and young people get the quality, individualised care and support they need.
You will have excellent communication skills, and already have a Level 5 Diploma in Leadership and Management for Residential Care or an equivalent qualification.
This role is primarily during office hours; however you will be part of an on-call rota.
As a registered manager.
You will be earning between £23,000 - £43,000. This will vary on experience.
- To be an Ofsted Registered Manager delivering services which are fully compliant with legislative and regulatory requirements particularly The Children’s Homes Regulations and Quality Standards 2015 and amendment 2018, and as per the homes Statement of Purpose.
- To develop a robust, knowledgeable and skilled team and provide them with leadership and management to ensure they work effectively with children, young people, families and all internal partner agencies to achieve the best outcomes for children.
- Ensure provision of high-quality care, support and supervision to the children and young people who have complex learning disabilities/ physical disabilities/ health needs and complex behaviours using the service and plan for new children referred to the service
- Design, implement and monitor standards of care practice with families, young people and partners to evidence good practice and ensure continuous review and development
- Ensure the home is always Ofsted ready and aim to achieve and maintain an Ofsted rating of at least Good, with Outstanding being the goal within 3 years.
- Keep up to date with information relating to any legislative changes and disseminate this information throughout the service as required, including policy revisions.
- Ensure all safeguarding risks are minimised and any issues are acted on immediately and are reported to the appropriate agencies
- Ensure the emotional, behavioural, social and health needs of children and young people are assessed and provided for, liaising with key professionals as required to put in place appropriate plans to minimise risk and improve outcomes.