Network Health & Social Care are pleased to be working with a Learning Disabilities Care provider based in Peterborough who require a Deputy Manager within their supported living scheme. An outline of duties is outlined below.
In the absence of the Home Manager or as directed by the home manager:
" You will be responsible for the operational management the home
" Deployment of staff to meet individual needs and preferences within available resources
" Supervision, coaching, performance management and support of staff, volunteers and students on placement
" Responding to referrals and undertaking initial assessments of need
" Ensuring all service users have a co-produced plan of support and a designated Key Worker
" Ensuring there are clear goals and expected outcomes for each resident with a defined move-on plan pathway towards greater independence
" Co-ordinating a programme of regular person-centred reviews which put each person's views and unique recovery journey at the heart of planning and decision making
" Working closely with local multi-disciplinary teams and community based agencies to provide holistic, wrap-around support
" Maintaining high standards of environmental safety/quality and ensuring a welcoming, inclusive atmosphere
" Facilitate service user engagement, involvement and peer support
" Continuous keeping up to date with legislation and ensuring staff are appropriately experienced and trained for their roles.
There are also great benefits for staff that join the company!
" Comprehensive (fully paid) training
" 37.5 hour week contract
" Overtime available
" 28 days holiday
" Additional day holiday for your birthday
" Employee Reward scheme with £250 voucher reward every quarter
" Auto-enrolment pension scheme
" Childcare vouchers
" £250 referral bonus
" Paid care certificate + salary increase once completed
" Paid DBS application* + updated every 3 years
" Paid shadow shifts
" Paid update training
" Flexible shift patterns
" Progression opportunities
In order to apply for this position candidates must hold an NVQ 4 in Health & Social Care as well as have extensive experience in working with adults with learning difficulties.