Deputy Home Manager – Nurse (ideally with nursing pin) - Stroud

Recruiter
Prism 7 Recruitment
Location
Stroud
Salary
£30,000 - £32,500/Year
Posted
02 Dec 2017
Closes
02 Jan 2018
Sector
Healthcare
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Deputy Home Manager – Nurse (ideally with nursing pin)
£32.5K per annum
Various locations: Stroud, Cheltenham, Gloucester, Lyndey

•Must have experience at deputy management level in dementia home
•Ideally with in date Nursing pin

We are looking for 4 Deputy Home Managers (ideally with nursing pin) to join a brilliant client on a permanent, full time contract with £32.5K starting salary.

I am looking to recruit in the following locations: Stroud, Cheltenham, Gloucester, Lyndey.


Prism7 Recruitment is looking for experienced DEMENTIA Deputy Home managers whom are ideally NURSE qualified (RGN, RN or RMN). The main responsibility of the Home managers is to manage the home in accordance with the policy and guidelines laid down by the company.

This will include helping with the management of all staff, efficient and effective day to day running of the Home with the home manager and the further development of the service in line with community needs and the requirements of the Trust.
The main aim will be to ensure resident wellbeing by promoting the philosophy of privacy, dignity, independence, choice, rights and fulfilment within a policy of managed risk taking.

Principal Duties

•Responsible for managing at deputy level large homes (nursing, residential and dementia)
•Responsible for budget control and marketing action plans (with the manager)
•Manage all staff, supervision, training, hiring and disciplinary procedures (with the manager)
•Responsible for ensuring all staff remained compliant
•Responsible for environment and adapting environment
•Building up professional relationships with external professionals
•Ensuring all staff are safe and have relevant documentation supporting their roles and requirements
•Ensuring that residents are safe at all times, implementing medication forms to support their needs
•Making sure all equipment is safe to use along with connecting items; removing and supplying new equipment should it be needed
•Creating information for staff to easily understand and follow person centered care plans that are in the best interests of residents
•Supervision, recruitment and training of all staff
•Managing budget for Nursing home
•Assessment and initial care planning for all new residents
•Reviewing and auditing of current care plans
•Staff motivation and fostering team spirit and ownership of high quality care
•Liaison with multi-disciplinary team in order to increase the reputation and occupancy of the home