Deputy Home Manager
Hours: 39 hours per week
Are you an experienced deputy manager looking for your next move? Do you have a passion for quality care and enhancing the wellbeing of others? If you have the right experience and share our values then this opportunity could be just right for you.
We require an experienced Deputy Home Manager passionate about person centred elderly care, to support our fantastic team in Wincanton.
Somerset Care is a very special company to work for, built on strong values and a mission to support others to live the life they chose. We empower our teams to be the best they can be, inspire each other to have a ‘learning’ mindset and keep our four values at the heart of everything; connecting with people, making a difference, doing the right thing and embracing change.
The role of a Deputy Manager
As Deputy Manager you will be part of the senior team, responsible for supporting the smooth running of Critchill Court, our purpose built residential home. You will help lead and motivate our friendly multi-disciplinary team to ensure every customer in our care gets the support they need in the least intrusive way, always putting their comfort, happiness and safety first.
Working closely alongside and in the absence of the Home Manager, the Deputy offers essential support and leadership, maintaining and monitoring the delivery of high quality care and achieving the business objectives. We actively support and encourage our deputies to grow and fulfil their potential; becoming our Home Managers of the future should they wish.
Are you our next Deputy Manager?
You’ll need proven supervisory or leadership experience.
Minimum NVQ / QCF in Health and Social Care Level 3 or above and willing to work towards Level 5
Excellent personal integrity with regards to standards of quality and care with sound knowledge of CQC best practice, legislation and expectations
You’ll have a good understanding of commercial and business principles
You’ll need to live our values, leading by example and bringing them to life in those around you
You’ll have a warm hearted friendly approach, a can do attitude and natural ability to communicate and adapt with ease in an ever changing environment.
Why join us?
Working in care isn’t a job, it’s naturally who you are. Your instinct to care, offer compassion and show kindness is inherent within you. You will love caring for vulnerable people, you’ll appreciate the priceless impact your role has on customers, families and staff and you’ll naturally strive to ensure Carrington House continues to be the best it can be.
We really value our employees, actively support career development and can offer you so much more than a job.
Wellbeing support – we have fantastic initiatives for all our teams, including our Employee Assistance Programme
Qualifications and training - our excellent Learning & Development team are on hand to help you obtain a range of qualifications and self development learning opportunities
DBS checks are free – we cover the cost of these for you
Annual Holiday - which increases with length of service
Full company induction - with ongoing training and support thereafter
Access your earning’s before payday if you wish - via Wagestream
Discounts of up to 20% across hundreds of retailers and online via MyCaringRewards
If you are ready to start making a real difference to people’s lives we would love to receive your application. Select ‘Apply’ to submit your application now or to find out more please get in touch with us on 01823 448321.
Somerset Care, so much more rewarding. Do more than a job, change a life………
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