Nursing Home Registered Manager
Vacancy - Nursing Home Manager
Job Type: Full-time
Salary: £50,000.00 to £60,000.00 /year
- Medium sized high specification Nursing Home in Croydon (Good CQC Rating).
- The home itself is a state-of-the-art stylish nursing home with exceptionally nice grounds for the enjoyment of it's residents.
- The home is conveniently located, such that it would easy to commute to this home by public transport or by car.
- The homes is run by a privately owned care home company with approximately 15 homes across the UK.
The role of the Registered Manager is to manage all aspects of the Home’s daily operation, ensuring that the highest possible standard of care is provided in accordance with company policy and registration with the CQC, where clients are enabled to live with dignity and wellbeing. Residents and families are encouraged to contribute to the care planning process, and respect their choices, diversity and maintain their dignity at all times.
Long-term stay beds in the Home aim to provide a 'real home’ for Residents and to maintain their right to make independent decisions about their lifestyle. Residents are to be encouraged to retain as much independence as they have motivation and physical ability to do so and, where possible, to achieve more independence. All staff are expected to ensure a harmonious happy environment in which Residents can feel secure.
The Registered Manager takes responsibility of the environment including the site grounds.
- Operations Director
- Company Directors
- Registered Authority
- Registered First Level General Nurse
- Registered Managers Award or equivalent
- DBS Check
- DBS CQC Authorisation
Skills and Knowledge Needed:
- Care Act 2014 Essential Standards of Quality and Safety and Care Quality
- Commission (CQC) guidelines
- An understanding and empathy with the elderly
- Previous Home Management experience necessary
- Proficiency in IT Skills preferred
- Hours: 40 hours per week plus on-call arrangements
Candidates must have a valid NMC Pin Number.
Candidates must be authorised to work in the EEC.
Candidates must be a EU resident.