Children’s Registered Manager
Children`s Registered Manager -
Are you a proven Registered Manager within a Children`s Residential setting? If so, we are seeking an ambitious individual, who is passionate about Residential Care to join one of the biggest Care Specialists in the UK, based in Wrexham. As the Registered Manager you will be responsible for the day-to-day running of the home in accordance with the Children's Homes regulations. In return they offer a competitive salary, as well as great support and progression paths for all managers. They have a great ethos and their core values ensure Children have the best possible outcomes! This is a genuine opportunity to make a difference to people`s lives and work for part of a great and growing team.
The main responsibilities of the Children`s Home Manager include:
- To ensure that the Home meets the high standards set out by the company and strive for outstanding with Ofsted.
- Safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children making sure care standards are of the highest quality.
- Developing the team.
- Ensuring that budgets are managed effectively and the use of finances is properly monitored.
The key skills and experience required for the Children`s Home Manager include:
- Level 3 in Children and Young people
- Level 5 in Management
- A proven track record of successfully managing similar Children`s Residential facilities.
- Strong staff management.
- An ability to communicate effectively on all levels with internal and external bodies.
- A strong familiarity in working towards Ofsted standards and outcomes.
If you are interested in this Children`s Registered Home manager role then please forward your up to date CV to or call me on to discuss things further.
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We will reward you with £250 if you recommend a new candidate to us who is not already registered and we secure them a role for a minimum of 1 month."