Elderly Residential Care Home Manager (Non-nurse)

Recruiter
Aaron Millar Recruitment
Location
Bognor Regis
Salary
33000.0000
Posted
02 Feb 2017
Closes
02 Mar 2017
Sector
Public Sector
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

We have a permanent full-time residential care home manager role of a 31 bedded elderly/dementia home in Bognor Regis.

Candidates should have previous home management experience or long term deputy experience of a larger home. Relevant management qualification such as NVQ4-5 / RMA / LMC or currently studying for same is also a requirement.

37.5 hrs a week.

Annual Salary - Starting at £33,000 with a rise to £34,500 up to £37,000 once registered & dependent on relevant experience and qualifications.

National Health Top Up Scheme following 6 month probationary period. 28 days annual leave - including Bank Holidays. Must live locally or within 10 miles of Bognor and have own transport.

The home is run by a local care group.

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PURPOSE OF POSITION: 1. To administer a high standard of care for residents. 2. To manage financial budgets and personnel records in conjunction with the Area Manager. 3. Teach by example and train other members of staff in all aspects of their work in the home. PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES: Care of Residents 1. Advise and supervise staff in the planning and implementation of care to ensure residents have their personal needs attended to maintaining as much independence as possible. 2. Control the issue of drugs for which the home has taken responsibility. 3. Create a caring and homely environment for residents. 4. Formulate social and health care plans for new residents after assessment of the person and liaison with their relatives. 5. Organise social and occupational activities for residents which will enhance their quality of life. Personnel 1. Interviewing and appointing staff according to CQC regulations. 2. Arranging induction programme for new staff. 3. Organising staff meetings, staff training and development activities. 4. Working out staff 'off duty' and holiday rotas. 5. Keeping appropriate confidential records for all staff. 6. Maintain good staff working relationships within the Home. 7. Develop and delegate specific areas of responsibility to Senior staff who have particular skills and ensure that the duties of the Manager can be carried out by the Senior staff in her/his absence. Domestic and Kitchen 1. Ensure that residents' rooms and common spaces are maintained, cleaned and adequately heated. 2. Ensure that preparation, cooking and serving of food are of a good standard. 3. Take responsibility with the Cook for the preparation of menus, ordering and buying food. Financial 1. Be responsible for collection and safe keeping of any money or valuables collected from staff, residents or relatives. 2. Maintain budgets for food, cleaning materials, laundry and other sundry items, ensuring adequate stocks and supplies are ordered. Other duties 1. Deal with any confidential correspondence as required by the Area Manager. 2. Carry out duties as a 'responsible officer' for the Home under the 'Health and Safety at Work Act 1974' and with the fire regulations. 3. Maintain any log books and records as may be required by the registering authority, e.g. medication records. 4. Treat all enquiries for possible residents in a discreet and professional manner. 5. Carry out monthly quality assurances audits in the home. 6. Complete weekly, quarterly and annual reports in consultation with the Area Manager 7. Comply with any requirements by either Health & Safety Executives or the Care Quality Commission 8. Be on call for emergencies outside of normal working hours 9. Participate in monthly managers meetings 10. Any other duties connected to the role of Registered Manager that may be required.