Are you passionate about improving the lives of individuals severely affected by mental illness? Do you want to work alongside a dedicated group of colleagues who are all working towards the same goal? We have an exciting and rewarding opportunity for a Registered Manager to join a friendly and welcoming team, based in a dedicated Service in Swindon.
The role will see you working within a CQC regulated residential home that is designed for people who have experienced long-term mental illness and require round-the-clock support. The service aims to provide a welcoming, safe, non-judgemental environment which is conducive to the personal growth and wellbeing of their residents, considering all aspects of resident’s lives, rather than focusing solely on their diagnosis. They work collaboratively with agencies and services in the community and involve the resident in a recovery model approach with regularly reviewed support plans tailored to personal needs and wishes.
On a daily basis, you will be responsible for ensuring the delivery of safe, personalised services to each individual service user through assessment, person-centred planning and regular outcome focused reviews of services. Logging and tracking resident notes and information on the internal systems, you will make sure all incidents and accidents are recorded in line with legislation and contractual requirements, adhering to internal policies and procedures and regulatory notifications at all times.
As the services Registered Manager, you will support, supervise, motivate and develop a team of Support Workers, ensuring appraisals and personal development plans are completed so they can achieve the care certificates and learning activities that meet the needs of staff in registered services. Developing the use of volunteers, you will ensure they have the knowledge, information, and resources to be successful in their roles and make a positive and valued contribution to the service. You will also be acting as investigating officer for complaints, disciplinary matters, sickness management or grievances, as well as contributing to the budget setting process for the service and ensuring effective control of income and expenditure of the service site through regular budget monitoring reviews and timely and accurate variance reporting.
To succeed in this great new opportunity, you will have strong communication skills and have experience of working directly with people with severe mental illness. You will have achieved (or are working towards) the Level 5 Diploma in Leadership in Health and Social Care or the equivalent and have 2 years relevant experience in an operational management capacity in a health/social care setting. You will also have an in-depth knowledge and understanding of the current legal responsibilities and standards for CQC registered services, including the need for the management and delivery of person-centred services, with experience of providing effective supervision, leadership and management of staff.
This is an excellent opportunity to work within a leading mental health charity in a rewarding role where you will really be making a difference on a daily basis.
SimkissGuy Recruitment is acting as a recruitment agency for the purpose of this vacancy. By sending your CV to us, you hereby consent for us to contact you in relation to recruitment. We are an equal opportunities employer who welcomes applications from all. We will be in touch within 3 working days if we would like to discuss your CV and experience further. If you do not hear from us within that time then you have unfortunately been unsuccessful in your application for this particular vacancy. We would welcome further applications from you for roles that may be more suited to your skills and experience.