We have an exciting opportunity in Derby for a full-time Deputy Manager,
Being one of the largest family owned care providers in the UK without losing the close-knit family feeling is what makes working for us so special.
Our planned growth in 2021 is testament to our guarantee of career stability whilst other professions may have worries over redundancy or being furloughed.
You can earn up to £27,000
as a Deputy Care Home Manager
in Foylebank Care Home.Key Responsibilities of the Deputy Care Home Manger:
What we offer our Deputy Care Home Manager:
- The Deputy Care Home Manager will support the Registered Care Home Manager in the day to day activities of running the home.
- Work closely with the Registered Care Home Manager to ensure Trafalgar Care home is recognised for being a great place to live and work.
- Assume full responsibility for the day to day running of the Home in the absence of the Registered Care Home Manager.
- Manage a team including Care Managers, Care Workers and ancillary staff, ensuring best practice is carried out.
- Review the care needs of residents by their changing needs and by contractual requirements.
- Monitor and ensure that the general standards of hygiene and cleanliness in relation to the premises and equipment are maintained.
Deputy Managers will also benefit from the following exciting offers:
- Fully funded professional development
- Have a voice to share your ideas to improve and develop the service
- Free DBS
- Contracted hours which include alternate weekends
- Excellent career progression
What a Deputy Manager Looks Like You must have:
- National Health Discount Scheme (up to 60% off high street names)
- Blue Light discount package (superb discounts on travel, leisure, entertainment and more)
- EAP - Employee Assistance Program (offering support for employees and their families)
- Internal competitions to wins prizes such as vouchers, holidays, extra annual leave
- NVQ 3 or above in Health and Social Care (or equivalent)
- Previous management/supervisory experience
- Knowledge of Health and Safety rules, relating to Care Homes.
- A caring nature and desire to make a difference in someone's life
- Demonstrate up to date knowledge of the Care Sector, the running of a Care Home and the regulatory framework.
- Experience of working with vulnerable client groups
- The right to work in the UK
- A good level of English - both written and oral
- Approachable and supportive to individuals
- Family business that has been providing reliable and professional care since 1986
- One of the largest care groups in England with over 3500 staff
- 90% of our customers rate us as excellent or great