Service Manager / Registered Manager / Home Man
Appoint Group Vacancy
Job Title: Service Manager
Location: Norwich, Norfolk
Salary: Up to £28,000 – with the additional benefits below
Hours: Full-time, permanent position
Job Description: We are delighted to be recruiting for a reputable healthcare organisation specialising in caring for individuals with learning disabilities. We currently have a fantastic opportunity for a Service Manager / Registered Manager to join one of their established and well-run service based in Norwich. The Service provides high-quality, personalised residential care for adults with learning, particularly Autism, who can display challenging behaviours. The service offers the highest standard of care and the existing friendly team work hard to provide a homely environment in which service users can feel comfortable and gain some independence.
As the Service Manager, you will be responsible for the day-to-day running of the service and ensuring that everything runs smoothly. You will be required to lead and motivate your team of staff to ensure that the highest possible standards of care are provided for the service users, and that the service users’ needs are of the utmost importance. You will ensure that CQC guidelines are adhered to and will also be involved in budgeting, recruitment, appraisals, supervisions, training and liaising with the multidisciplinary team. You will take a proactive approach to managing the service, striving to improve standards and taking action where needed.
This role is based in Norwich and is commutable from Lowestoft, Greater Yarmouth, Cromer, King's Lynn, Downham Market and Thetford
Person Specification We are looking for an experienced, committed, flexible and friendly individual to fill this position. You must have a QCF / NVQ4 in Management in Care, Registered Managers Award or NVQ3 in Health and Social Care, or equivalent qualification. You must have experience as a Service Manager in a similar setting, working knowledge of National Minimum Standards, and be able to show evidence of professional development. You must have excellent communication and interpersonal skills and a genuine desire to deliver a quality service to individuals with learning disabilities.
Benefits & Incentives:
Strong career progression opportunities and personal development
Funded training courses and university-accredited courses
Transport assistance in rural locations
Generous holiday entitlement
For more information and or to apply please call Tobias Marchant on and or email