Deputy Manager (Male)
(Known internally as Deputy Enablement Manager)
Hours per week: 42 hours per week
Salary: £24,570 (based on £11.25per hour on a 42 hour contract)
Employment Type: Permanent
Must be a driver with access to their own vehicle.
About the role
We are looking for a passionate Male Deputy Enablement Manager to join our team across Dorset, to enable the people we support to live the life they deserve.
A Deputy Enablement Manager will work with the Enablement Manager to ensure we provide high-quality support in a person-centred way to the people we support.
The Deputy Enablement Manager will
work 50% on rota directly supporting the people we support as well as provide coaching and mentoring to our teams of Enablement Assistants. This will include working evenings, alternate weekends, doing sleep-ins and being on-call.
* for the other 50% of the time be working off rota ensuring our quality assurance process completing weekly audits and upskilling the teams, completing supervisions, probations and appraisals, delivering training, reviewing paperwork, supporting with transitions and generally supporting the Manager to effectively manage the team in that geographical area.
This split of time is flexible and will be dependent on the needs of the people we support, our teams and our business needs.
You'll act as a role model and mentor to the team and facilitate the use of collaborative working and creative solutions to enable both them and the people we support to achieve individual goals and develop. Working in partnership with the people we support, their family, our specialist support teams and external agencies you'll champion interactions, person-centred planning and implement support plans that improve the quality of everyday life for those we support.
We would love you to have experience as a team leader or senior position within the health or social care sector, ideally, working with people with a learning disability or autism or behaviours that challenge. Due to the location of our support provisions, we are looking for candidates who live locally and have a valid driving license and access to a car.
Why work for us
• Work for a small not for profit organisation where the focus is the people we support
• Be listened to and have your direct experience and expertise valued
• Have support from an experienced management and clinical team
• Be celebrated for accomplishing goals with the individual you support
• Have training opportunities that enhance your career development
Benefits include 28 days annual leave (pro-rata), in-house training, access to Continuing Professional Development (CPD), DBS check paid for, pension contribution, Employee Assistance Programme via 'Health Assured', access to Key Worker benefits and our employee recognition scheme.
We are a not for profit and social enterprise support provider for adults and young adults who have learning disabilities and/or autism. We support people to live in their own homes, with their own tenancies and our model of support is a practice called Positive Behaviour Support. Our CEO Jonathan Beebee is a registered Learning Disabilities Nurse and qualified Behaviour Analyst. We are a medium-sized organisation supporting 35 people across Hampshire, Dorset, Berkshire and Oxfordshire and with a workforce of just over 200.
Be the change!
People with learning disabilities should have the same right to an ordinary life as anyone else. They need support from people like you to help them achieve this. If you are passionate about helping people to achieve the life they deserve and thrive of seeing others succeed then a career with PBS4 is the career for you. We value experience in supporting others, but we warmly welcome people without experience who share our values.
We want to create new ways of working, led by passion and drive for doing what is right, and promote innovation from our teams. Join us on our mission to disrupt social care!
* "Gender is considered to be a genuine occupational requirement in accordance with paragraph 1 of schedule 9 of the Equality Act 2010