Position: Deputy Manager
Location: Ross on Wye
Contract: Permanent and full time
Hours: 37.5 hours per week
BS Social Care are currently recruiting for a Deputy Manager for a Support Worker Department.
About the company; they are charity that support people with learning disabilities, autism, brain injuries and complex needs. They understand the challenges that are faced, and the support that by meeting their particular needs. They develop and create practical solutions that match each person`s abilities and goals, giving them the tools they need to thrive and enjoy a fulfilling, happy life. They are passionate about ensuring they give the best possible care to their residents and provide a happy environment for both the service users and staff.
About the role;
- To adhere to and support the Locality Manager
- To ensure service specific regulatory, legislative and contractual obligations for the provision of social care services are met, as per current requirements.
- To carry out all aspects of the role within the guidance of the Organisation's vision, mission, ethos and values, enabling the people we support to maximise their independence, choice and control, acting as a role model and practice leader to the teams.
- To carry out all aspects of the role within the guidance of the Walsingham Staff, Dignity & Personalisation Charters and the Code of Conduct for Healthcare Support Workers and Adult Social Care Workers.
- In the absence of the Locality Manager to deputise for them and assume full charge of the service.
- To ensure that you have processes and procedures in place to ensure the prevention and control of infection.
- To ensure that all staff are aware of their responsibility for the prevention and control of infection.
- To support the Locality Manager in developing the budget for the service within agreed time scales.
- To support the Locality Manager with effective financial planning and budgetary control for the service.
- To ensure that all financial transactions are recorded and monitored in line with relevant Organisational policies and procedures.
- To travel to allocated locations, if required.
- To participate in on-call arrangements, as appropriate
- To take responsibility for your job description and take an active role in determining and meeting your development needs.
- To carry out any other duties that are within the scope, spirit and purpose of the job, its title and are requested by the post-holder's line manager.
In return; permanent role working on average 37.5 hours per week over 4 weeks including every other weekend.
Could possibly become a mentor, length of service salary increase, 6-week induction, care certificate, face to face and E-learning; champion training, equality, hygiene ect, training around LD, MH, Medication and safe guarding, you will be able to gain the QCF.
To apply: Please apply here or email your CV