Westminster Homecare provides over 2.7 million hours of support each year to over 8000 people through a network of 23 branches, including one of our busiest and friendliest offices near Stock, Chelmsford.
With a team of compassionate, dedicated and highly skilled Care Workers, we enable those we support to continue living independently in their own homes.
We are now looking to recruit a Registered Branch Manager who can lead and manage our Chelmsford branch to continued success.
The ideal candidate will have a proven background in successfully growing a domiciliary business, and a good eye for recruitment. Accountable to the Regional Operations Manager you will be responsible for the safe and secure delivery of care to service users; actively participate in the growth and development of the business, locally, through various marketing exercises and work within agreed budgets to ensure profitability of the business.
You will have ultimate responsibility for all staff, ensuring appropriate delegation of staff care and support rotas; permanent schedules for the service provision provided; successful operation of quality control process and systems and work in partnership with the Care Quality Commission (CQC) and Local authority adhering to governing regulations and legislation at all times.
You will also need to ensure that all computerised and manual records are up to date; the complaints, safeguarding of vulnerable adults and other required procedures are implemented; you liaise with service users/relatives and social workers; prepare management reports and ensure training needs of all staff are met effectively.
You'll be a busy, and very important member of our team so you will need business, sales and staff management experience in a service provision industry and a Full driving licence and use of own vehicle.
We would prefer experience of the Home Care industry. QCF 5 / NVQ4 in Care Management / RMA too but if you have excellent communication skills, good planning and organisational skills, sales drive, budget management, negotiating skills and the ability to develop a team with effective delegation and motivation please get in touch.
You will also need a sound understanding of good care principles and regulations, skills in assessment and care planning, the ability to build working relations with health professionals, local authorities and the Care Quality Commission (CQC).You must have the ability to cope under pressure and be even-tempered and patient with all.
Get in touch today, we look forward to speaking to you Enhanced disclosure from DBS required.
We are an equal opportunities employer.