Care Home Team Leader / Supervisor

Care Opportunities
Camberley, Surrey
£22000 - £25000/annum
14 Jul 2017
13 Aug 2017
Public Sector
Contract Type
Full Time
Job Title: Care Home/Deputy Manager in Supported Living Care Home
Locations: Camberley, Surrey
Salary: £22,000 - £25,000 OTE (Depending on experience)
Hours of work: Full time (40 hours per week / 8am -5pm)

Do you want to work for an OUTSTANDING company then apply immediately!
Care Opportunities is a specialist independent social care provider for adults with mild to moderate learning disabilities and challenging behaviour. Since being founded in 2005, Care Opportunities has delivered specialist health and social care within a safe supportive environment to individuals in Surrey and North Hampshire and were graded 'Outstanding' with their Residential Home in 2016 and recently achieved ‘Outstanding’ with their three Supported Living Homes in their latest CQC inspection.

We are now looking for experienced Home/Deputy Manager to join a privately owned supported living care homes in Camberley & Blackwater. This is a challenging position that requires a professional to manage and develop an established team. You will have an interest in working with adults with learning disabilities. If you would like to work for us, we promise a great future with excellent benefits and training but most of all, a real chance to make a difference to our service users lives! Get involved and apply today.

Benefits of Support Worker at Care Opportunities:
• Guaranteed Full Time Hours
• Promotion Opportunities
• Excellent pay package is available for the right candidate based on experience.
• Full training and opportunity to undertake diploma qualifications as well as service specific training (NVQ Training)
• 20 paid holiday + 8 Bank Holidays
• Monthly supervision
• Employee of the month
• Company Christmas Party
• Team Building Events
• The successful candidate will receive a £500 sign on bonus with this position!
• Yearly Bonus scheme (Up to £4000 per annum depending on years of service with the company)

Qualifications Required:
QCF Level 3 Diploma in Health and Social Care minimum
A minimum of 2 years experience of working within the care field is required.
Experience of working with adults with learning disabilities and challenging behaviour is desirable although not essential.
You will work as a Home Manager/Team Leader in a home for adults with learning disabilities. You will coordinate and manage the running of the home, ensuring that all staff members contribute to and participate in providing quality care and life experiences to the service users.
You will have a flexible approach and will involve assisting the Line Manager to develop innovative and effective practice relating to team building, service user involvement, key working and outcome monitoring as set out in the CQC standards.
You will be committed to the provision of a high quality service, using the person centred support plans and PROACT-SCIPr-UK® philosophy at all times. You will be required to travel to Basingstoke at least fortnightly for Therapeutic Team Meetings.
Main Duties:
To Lead / manage a team, being responsible to your Line Manager for the well-being of service users. 
To work with all staff in providing an effective 24-hour service and to demonstrate a reasonable degree of flexibility to ensure all shifts are covered with the required staffing levels – including sleep in duties.
To carry out supervisions as directed by the Home Manager.
To be proactive and empower service users to participate in the daily up-keep and running of the home.
To work in accordance with the objectives of Care Opportunities, its policy and procedures at all times.
To assist the Manager to develop innovative and effective practice relating to Service User Involvement, key-working and monitoring outcomes as set by CQC.
To ensure that the support plans, as agreed by the Clinical Team, are consistently implemented on a daily basis.
Assist service users in having the opportunity to voice their views and be involved in the management of service delivery.
Maintain service user confidentiality within the policies and procedures laid down for the service.
Ensure service users are treated with respect and their dignity is maintained at all times.
To maintain appropriate professional boundaries at all times.
Training and coaching team members, including induction for new starters.
Allocating duties to team members.
Ensuring the team’s performance meets the required standard, and escalating concerns to the Registered Manager.
Dealing with disciplinary issues immediately – and escalating when required.
Dealing with finances by assisting the service users with their finances in line with their own personal plan and company policy.
To ensure that all financial reconciliations are completed and keep Household Monies topped up.
Support the service users to manage their bank accounts.
In line with policy and as directed by the manager, support service users in claiming the correct benefits and pay their bills. Notify the Manager of any discrepancies.
Quality Assurance - To assist in the monitoring and assessment of service delivery.
To assist the Home Manager in ensuring the home meets all requirements in line with current legislation
This Job Description is not intended to be a complete list of duties and responsibilities, but indicates the main aspects attached to this post and should be read in conjunction with the Company’s Policies and Procedures.
Being a part on the On-call Rota with other senior managers.

If you would like to work for us, we promise a great future with excellent benefits and training but most of all, a real chance to make a difference to our service users' lives! Get involved and apply today