Registered Manager required in Sheffield, South Yorkshire , up to £60,000/annum, 37.5 hours p/w
To be responsible as the Registered Manager for the day to day running of the home. Maintaining compliance of all statutory and mandatory requirements.
To provide person centred care in a safe, warm, friendly environment.
To promote a caring environment through high standards of professional practice which are conducive to the physical, emotional, social, intellectual and spiritual needs of people living at the service.
To ensure that each person receives the care appropriate to their individual needs.
To implement the requirements of the Care Quality Commission (CQC) in accordance with the Care Standards Act 2000 and the Mental Capacity Act 2005.
To be responsible for all aspects of Human Resources to include recruitment, supervision, training and to report any potential disciplinary matters to the Managing Director. To carry out any investigation or disciplinary hearings with staff as they occur.
Ensure all areas follow the Companies Policies and Procedures.
To ensure monthly audits are completed with action plans in place should the audit identify gaps in quality or compliance.
Skills and Responsibilities
Overall operational responsibility of the service.
At all times to maintain the professional integrity of the home and represent its interests in any dealings with other bodies, groups or individuals.
To provide all relevant information and leaflets to prospective new referrals, make appointments and show them and their relatives around the home.
To arrange and assess trial visits.
To carry out pre-admission assessments with the Matron and decide whether or not the home is able to meet the needs of the referred person. To ensure fees are at the set level and any variation to be approved by the Managing Director.
To ensure that each new Lady or Gentleman receives a written copy of the Terms and Conditions of their placement and ensure that where appropriate, their representative or family understands them.
To ensure a person centred care plan is drawn up before admission of the new service user, then ensure the care plan is reviewed correctly each month or upon any changes making sure the service user and any significant other is involved.
To ensure that adequate arrangements for the introduction and reception of new person is made.
To ensure the highest standards of care are applied by staff.
To ensure staff are instrumental in the promotion of good mental and physical activities whether internal or external of the home and reflect the persons hobbies and recreations as well as supporting them in their health care needs.
To investigate complaints, take appropriate actions ensuring records are maintained.
To liaise and co-operate with CQC inspectors and inspections.
In depth current post registration nursing experience within the clinical speciality (i.e. Forensic, Mental health services for older people. Complex nursing needs of adults including ABI.
Extensive knowledge and expertise across a number of areas e.g. clinical, infection control, nutrition, safeguarding.
Experience of concurrently managing a number of projects
Significant professional leadership, especially professional development, clinical governance and supervision and appraisal.
Demonstrable experience and implementation of clinical and professional governance issues within the clinical speciality.
Experience of effective redesign and improvement methodologies
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