Deputy Care Home Manager required in Brighton, East Sussex, up to £60,000 per annum, Days, 40 hours per week
About the role
As Deputy Care Home Manager you will put the resident's care and well-being at the heart of everything you do. At this service, they pride themselves on the warmth and support they provide to their residents and families. They promote independence, dignity and quality of life at all times in a person-centred caring and supportive environment.
As Deputy Care Home Manager, you will be responsible for ensuring that through clinical governance and leadership the care, health and safety of all residents is effectively assessed planned, implemented and evaluated.
The Deputy Care Home Manager is a motivational and inspirational leader, who has the ability to motivate, engage, and exercise leadership throughout the team with an open communication style. The Deputy Care Home Manager Is able to achieve a high standard of clinical care by auditing, analysing trends and directing care team to deliver results.
A key to success in this role is the ability to communicate with ease with CQC, Social Services and the Safeguarding teams. The ability to implement action plans for improvement and build a reputation of high-quality care delivery for the home.
Skills and Responsibilities
Supporting the Home Manager in the running of the home
Recruiting new staff members
Management of all staff
Supernumerary hours allocated
Ongoing development and training of nursing team
Monitoring patient care across the home
Enthusiastic and motivated colleagues
33 days holiday (inc bank holiday)
Excellent Induction training
Ongoing career training and progression
Optional health care plan
Fantastic discounts and vouchers
Workplace Pension scheme
Life Assurance Scheme
Registered Nurse or RMN with active NMC PIN and strong clinical skills
Proven experience of post-qualification Practice in a health and social care setting with older people
Previous experience of leading a team
Great written and verbal skills for communication and understanding
Good IT skills and confidence in computer-based work
What we will give you
Apply now to be considered for this exciting opportunity!
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