Registered Manager / Service Manager (Charity)
Ellesmere Port, Cheshire
Registered Manager / Service Manager (Charity) From inspiring teams, to helping each person grow. Join us and help us change lives. Hft is a national charity that supports more than 3,000 adults with learning disabilities. We put the people we support at the centre of everything we do and work in partnership with them to provide services including residential care, day opportunities and supported living from a few hours a week to 24 hours a day. At Hft Cheshire & Merseyside we support people with many different types of learning disability, and have particular background in supporting people with autism spectrum disorder who may also have complex or challenging behaviours, and physical or mental health conditions. Position: Registered Cluster Manager Location: Ellesmere Port, Cheshire Hours: Full time, 37.5 per week Salary: £29,348 pa rising to £30,345 pa upon registration and successful completion of probationary period Closing date: Monday eleven March 2019 Interview/Assessment date to be confirmed About the Role: Be a Registered Manager with Hft and you'll develop your social care career with 1 of the leading names in the learning disabilities sector. You'll go to work each day knowing you can make a real difference to the lives of adults with learning disabilities. As a Registered Manager, you will be responsible for leading a cluster of services, inspiring your team and putting the tools in place to ensure your services are safe, caring, effective and well led. This is a great opportunity to gain registered status, take on new responsibilities and build your management and leadership skills. You'll need to ensure that support from your registered services meets all the relevant fundamental standards and you'll need to demonstrate you understand your legal responsibilities and know what to do to ensure a service is compliant. About You: This is a demanding role for someone who is ready to step up and take their leadership and organizational skills to the next level. You need to have a Diploma in Leadership for Health and Social Care and Children and Young People Level five or equivalent. If not, you will need to be able to achieve this, with our support, within your 1st twelve months. You'll also need background of working with adults with learning disabilities, ideally with people with complex needs. Background of supervising and managing a team is essential. What they Offer: The career development opportunities are excellent. With Investors in People and Skills for Care accreditation we are committed to investing in our teams to ensure they have the specialist skills and ability needed to support others to live the best life possible. Your registration and induction process will start as soon as you join. Benefits include private health insurance and life assurance. NO AGENCIES PLEASE You may have background of the following: Service Manager, Charity, Charities, 3rd Sector, Registered Cluster Manager, Social Care, Supervisor, Team Leader, Not for Profit, Team Leader, Senior Support Worker, Deputy Service Manager, Learning Disabilities, Senior Support Worker, etc.
Less Than 1 Year
Community & Social Services
February 11 on CareerBuilder