Registered Domiciliary Care Manager

Talento Recruitment
18 Mar 2017
17 Apr 2017
Public Sector
Contract Type
Full Time

Our award winning CLIENT provides quality home care services to people living across the UK. They enable their service users to access the expert care they need, whilst continuing to live in the homes that they know and love.

We're looking to recruit a Registered Manager for their new branch in Maghull Sefton providing quality private homecare . The ideal candidate must have management experience of domiciliary care with excellent leadership skills, business development and a full understanding of CQC requirements. On offer is an attractive salary of between £32,000 - £35,000 plus a bonus scheme.

The role of the Registered Manager is to organise the effective delivery of high-quality care services and make sure the company is CQC compliant.

The Registered Manager is expected and authorised to:

  • Organise and coordinate care services, with the safety and welfare of service users in staff foremost in their consideration;
  • Actively work to increase the volume and quality of care support services;
  • Line manage branch staff, care workers and other designated juniors;
  • Maintain and audit records, whether electronic or in other formats;
  • Have due regard for the health and safety of themselves and others;
  • Practice and promote effective, timely communication both within and outside the company;
  • Protect confidential information in line with the group’s information governance policy;
  • Participate in staff development (including supervision), training and performance appraisals as required;
  • Participate in and chair any meetings as required;
  • Provide management information as required

The Registered Manager will:

  • Oversee the best practice of branch and care staff, conducting staff supervisions and investigations as and when required.
  • Accept and implement referrals for care services from commissioning organisations;
  • Contribute as required to needs and risk assessments in respect of individual service users;
  • Work with recruitment personnel to ensure sufficient current and future staffing levels;
  • Ensure that care worker rotas are organised and sufficiently well-planned, taking into account travelling time;
  • Plan and allocate care assignments to appropriate care workers, with due regard for the particular needs of the individual and the particular skills and attributes of the worker;
  • Liaise as necessary with partner professionals and organisations (e.g. social workers, GP'S, nurses) in respect of developing and delivering holistic, person-centred packages of care;
  • Ensure that care support is delivered in a manner which is sensitive to the service user’s culture, disability, race, age, sexuality, marital or civil partnership status, transgender status or religion/belief;
  • Act promptly and appropriately to protect service users from neglect or abuse;
  • Attend Safeguarding meetings and liaise with Social Services on a regular basis;
  • Monitor service user's condition and circumstances and act appropriately when these change;
  • Participate as required in the multi-disciplinary review of services;
  • Receive and handle complaints about services from service users or others;
  • Contribute as required to administrative processes such as payroll and invoicing;
  • Carry out on-call coordinating duties outside normal office hours as agreed;
  • Maintain local market awareness and conducting local competitor analysis;
  • Manage resources within agreed budgets;
  • Participating and contributing to strategic business planning;