WHO ARE WE?
Brilliant are currently recruiting for a Registered Manager for their carehome client providing exceptional care services.
As Registered Manager you will ensure that good quality care is delivered to the children and young people in the home. You will hold the registration and have overall responsibility for the home. You will have responsibility for recruitment, training, supervision, placements, care plans, audits, budgets and working with multidisciplinary teams
WHAT WE'RE LOOKING FOR
Supporting the Needs of Children and Young People
- Promote and ensure the delivery of a safe and Ofsted compliant home that is underpinned by a structured and nurturing environment.
- To actively safeguard and promote the welfare of the young people within your care.
- To contribute to the development of appropriate relationships with and between staff, young people, families and other stakeholders including education, health and therapy.
- To ensure there is a multi-disciplinary approach to providing positive outcomes for young people and lead/chair meetings pertaining to the care of young people.
- To promote appropriate relationships between staff and young people and their families, promoting the children and young people's involvement and participation in the day-to-day life of the Home.
- To respond immediately to any unsafe practices and conditions.
Management and Leadership
- Ensure that staff are aware of the individual needs of all young people and skilled to deliver the support required to ensure life chance opportunities and positive holistic development.
- Develop and make known to staff a variety of intervention strategies that support the environment regarding behaviour management and the promotion of pro-social behaviour.
- To ensure the home is financially viable and managed within its allocated budgets.
- To produce and implement a development plan for the service that ensures the delivery of high quality, clinically informed practice.
- Provide staff with sufficient information that ensures they understand their role and implement monitoring systems which will ensure they perform to a high standard.
- Promote and actively encourage the professional development of staff. To provide support and direction to the staff team, directly deliver supervision to identified members of staff and regularly appraise performance as outlined in company policy.
- Responsibility for the management and supervision of all staff members including delegation of supervision responsibilities to appropriately skilled and experienced Seniors RSW’s or Deputy Managers.
- Work in collaboration with Human Resources to manage all employee relations within the home, in line with current employment legislation and the company’s policies and procedures.
- Oversee, supervise, appraise and develop the skills of staff in their working practice.
- Work in partnership and develop professional working relationships with colleagues, other agencies and professionals to meet the needs of young people and their families.
- Providing leadership and direction to all employees.
- Taking disciplinary action when necessary
- Motivating employees and ensuring a focus on the objectives in line with the home’s statement of purpose and children/young people care plans
- Must be self-motivated and possess the desire for self-development.
Regulatory and Administrative
- Ensure all staff are aware of their responsibilities in relation to adherence of policies, both in the home, the company and those set out in Children's Legislation and Regulations.
- To be involved in recruitment of staff including vetting, interviewing and inducting new employees.
- Ensure that a robust process of internal monitoring and critical reflection is maintained with a view to complying with regulation and the continual development of the service and the Company as a whole.
- Ensure that the home functions in such a manner that staff and children understand, recognise and celebrate the diversity of cultures and beliefs within the local and wider community. At all times promote and ensure anti discriminatory practice.
- Manage and monitor labour costs, staffing structures and rota’s, ensuring they meet requirements of the children’s needs and are in line with allocated labour budgets.
- Complete the administration of financial, payroll and staffing related matters in the home within the prescribed time scales.
- Work within the code of confidentiality and ensure that records in the home are stored and held in a manner which is compliant with GDPR 2018 regulations.
- Undertake and participate in any required training programmes which are relevant to the employment of staff working in children services, paying particular regard to residential care and the management role.
- Co-operate with the Company in complying with the Health and Safety requirements and are therefore expected to follow Company policies, to acquaint yourself with the Fire, Health and Safety Procedures at your place of work and carry out relevant risk assessments of unsafe practices and conditions that present a safety risk.
- Maintain a clean and safe environment; ensure that the physical state of the building is maintained to a high standard and that all repair/maintenance problems are dealt with promptly.
- To provide out of hours support to the service.
- The post holder will be expected to continuously develop in their role. It is in the nature of the work of residential care that tasks and responsibilities are in many circumstances unpredictable and varied.
- The post holder may be reasonably expected to undertake other duties commensurate with the level of responsibility that may be allocated from time to time All staff are, therefore, expected to work in a flexible way when the occasion arises that tasks which are not specifically covered in their job description must be undertaken but which will be within their level of responsibility.
- Additional duties will normally be to cover unforeseen circumstances or changes in work and will normally be compatible with the regular type of work.
- This job description is not intended to be a complete list of duties and responsibilities but indicates some of the main areas attached to the post. It may be amended from time to time, to take account of changing trends in social care relevant legislation, together with Employment Law.