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Registered Home’s Manager (All Bands)

Dallington, Northamptonshire
£32,500 to £41,000
Job Type
7 Sep 2022
We're working on behalf of our client to fill a fantastic opportunity within the Northampton area. They are a dedicated provider of residential care for young people with emotional and behavioural difficulties aged 8-17. They have 7 homes in total within the East Midlands area and and pride themselves on providing excellence in children's residential care. Helping young people reach their potential is their number one priority! Their pragmatic approach to care and education is second to none, allowing them to tailor the plans for their children to their individual needs. This is a fantastic opportunity you don't want to miss out on! Job purpose: Working 40 hours per week, you'll take total responsibility for the management of the care and therapy within the Home and to provide the optimum caring and therapeutic environment for the young people. This care must be provided in accordance with National Minimum Standards (Children s Homes 2010) together with Children s Homes Regulations 2001, as the bases for the regulatory framework under the Care Standards ACT 2002(CSA). To meet and exceed the requirements of the Registering and Placing Authorities. To achieve and exceed the expected professional standards. To work to the principles and policies of Total Care Matters and the national five outcomes required within the Every Child Matters - 2004. Ideally as a candidate, you will hold the Level 5 Diploma in Leadership and Management for Residential Childcare or equivalent or be willing to work towards this as a priority. (Band 3 - QCF Level 5 diploma qualification and over 36 months Registered Manager experience at a Residential Children s Home) Principal Duties And Responsibilities: 1. Young People Responsible for the processing and response of all local authority referrals Arranges admissions of suitable young people to the Home at any time including weekends & evenings Ensures that all young people s plans are in place and of good quality. Allocates keyworker to each young person; ensures proper external liaison Monitors the achievement of all young person s personal plans offering advice and support where necessary and taking corrective action as required. Plans regular reviews, with appropriate reports, the involvement of relevant external agencies and steps to represent the young people s interests. Provides direct care and supervision. As required, to young people in the Homes, including providing occasional cover for staff absence as necessary Maintains effective daily contacts with external colleagues, both within Total Care Matters and in other organisations. Works positively with families and others involved with the young people Directs and coordinates the care and therapy for each young person to ensure that their personal targets are met Work very closely in collaboration with your line manager and other senior colleagues within TCM. Responsible for update of all homes policies in line with current legislation and TCM requirements. Responsible for the financial expenditure and budget of the home Staff Works with the Provider to ensure that appropriately qualified and experienced staff are recruited and that staffing meets the standards and levels set out in the Registration document. Takes part in ensuring that full checks are undertaken and a probationary period successfully completed before allowing unsupervised work. Responsible for all mandatory and vocational training and qualification for the Home s staff ensuring staff is qualified and trained to meet requirements and standards. Develops and maintains systems of delegation and review in order to promote teamwork and communication, in accordance with company policy Provides regular supervision and review in line with company policies and care standards. Supports staff in achieving their personal development plans. Quality Ensure that the Home is constantly being improved and developed to achieve excellent Ofsted outcomes Ensures that appropriate standards are maintained, especially in relation to: 1. Care and therapy programmes for young people 2. Health & Safety, Fire Safety, and Environmental Health 3. Key aspects of Policy Folder Young Person Protection, Equal Opportunities, Behaviour, Complaints & Representations 4. Maintenance, decoration, cleanliness and grounds. General Ensures that all care, financial and administrative records are maintained in accordance with company policies. Ensures that all young people s financial affairs are administered strictly in accordance with company policies. Ensures that the Home operates to agreed financial targets. Works to promote Total Care Matters as a valued, professional asset within its community. Ensures that young people and staff conduct themselves at all times in a manner to reinforce this image. Assists in the On-Call rota The post holder may be required to undertake any other duties which may reasonably be required as within the nature of the duties and responsibilities of the post as defined, subject to the proviso that normally any changes of a permanent nature shall be incorporated into the Job Description in specific terms. Special requirements: Whilst the role is attached to a particular Home, the incumbent may be allocated to work with different teams to meet business needs
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  • Job Reference: 706062846-2
  • Date Posted: 7 September 2022
  • Recruiter: Capital Recruitment Group
    Capital Recruitment Group
  • Location: Dallington, Northamptonshire
  • Salary: £32,500 to £41,000
  • Bonus/Benefits: Bonuses up to £3200 per annum
  • Sector: Healthcare & Medical
  • Job Type: Permanent