Deputy Nursing Home Manager

UK Care & Nursing
Lowestoft, UK
Closing date
27 Sep 2020

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Deputy Nursing Home Manager


Up to £45,000 plus bonus and benefits

40 hours per week

We are recruiting a Deputy Nursing Home Manager on behalf of our client based in North Suffolk. Our client has numerous homes throughout the UK caring for thousands of residents and are seeking a Deputy Manager in one of their Lowestoft homes. A successful candidate will hold the position of Deputy Manager within this home and must be a qualified nurse/RGN with an active pin. You must be able to demonstrate effective leadership and clinical management within the care industry. You will work within a nursing home specialising in general & dementia nursing in addition to residential and respite care for the elderly. The role involves working on shift as a nurse and undertaking administrative and management duties.


Our Deputy Manager will enjoy the following benefits:

· A salary up to £45,000 (depending on experience)

· Generous bonus

· Rewards for years of service

· Superb induction program

· Ongoing training and career progression

· Superb setting and working environment

· A contributory Pension Scheme package

· Private medical care

· Paid for DBS

Job Role

As Deputy Home Manager, you will :-

· Be a qualified nurse/RGN with an active pin

· Support and deputise for the Home Manager

· Work both on shift and undertake administrative duties

· Inspire and lead colleagues overseeing delivery of high-quality clinical care

· Work within the Senior Management team being the homes nurse expert

· Focus on residents with complex needs so it is vital that you are up to date on the latest guidelines

· Undertake walk around checks ensuring compliance

· Ensure that patients receive a high-quality service

· Effectively manage staff and resources

Experience & Key Skills Required:

Our Deputy Home Manager will :-

· Be qualified as a Nurse/RGN with an active pin.

· Have experience in a senior managerial position within a care home environment

· Have a good working knowledge of CQC standards

· Have experience of delivering quality clinical and personal assessments

· Have experience in engaging with service users and their families

· Have a good understanding of Quality Assurance tools

· Be confident in communicating with your colleagues ensuring that you maintain excellent working relationships
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