Could you be our next Registered Care Manager?
We are looking for a Registered Manager to join our team in Exeter on a fixed term contract to cover parental leave. The start date can be flexible, and there is an opportunity for this role to become a permant part time job share for the right person.
Sense Community support services supports people with sensory impairments who live in their own home.
Our Hub, Providence Court is based in the centre of Exeter. Some services are based from here, other services are based in the local community and within peoples own homes within the Devon area.
This is a fantastic opportunity for an innovative manager to lead a team to provide support and create opportunities for the people who Sense supports.
What should I expect?
No one at Sense is a ‘hands off’ manager, you will have a hands on attitude and be dedicated to undertaking the management of the service. With your leadership your team will support our individuals to achieve their goals in life and will actively seek out opportunities for them to develop their skills and confidence.
A salary of Circa £26,125, 37.5 hours per week. You will receive generous annual leave entitlement and the opportunity to buy and sell, Flexible working and family friendly policies, Health and wellbeing support, Blue light discount card and extensive discount schemes. The opportunity to work in a large, diverse and successful charity where you can develop your skills, knowledge and career in a supportive and flexible environment, Plus many more.
What we would like from you:
Knowledge of CQC and how to ensure service is compliant within community services. Knowledge of personalisation of services, how to involve those we support and their team in delivering person centred support. Committed to quality person-centred support and care, you will be responsible for delivering best practice in social care whilst continually developing our services.
We are seeking someone with a can do approach, someone who is able to see the possibilities and solutions to the challenges of managing a CQC registered service. Who strives for the best, is creative in thinking about how to achieve this, focusing on the positives with strong management skills.
You need to be committed to ensuring everyone we support is at the centre of their support, that we ensure support is developed using a co-production approach.
An excellent leader able to motivate and inspire a team to work together in flexible ways, to challenges stereo types – and help the people we support to live ordinary lives, doing extraordinary things.
An excellent communicator who truly listens to what the people we support and their families want, ability to communicate in BSL would be fantastic but having a willingness to learn BSL is just as important.
A valid UK driving license is essential as you will be required to access locations across the region.