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Deputy Care Home Manager

UK Care & Nursing
Closing date
15 Oct 2021

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Contract Type
Full Time
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Deputy Nursing Home Manager
Hadleigh, Suffolk
Fulltime, 40 hours per week
£50,000 per annum

We are recruiting a Deputy Nursing Home Manager on behalf of our client based in Hadleigh, Suffolk. Our client has numerous homes throughout the UK caring for thousands of residents and are seeking a Deputy Manager in one of their homes in Hadleigh. 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:

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
Active NMC 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:-

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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