Adults Residential Home - Autism
Would you like to join a well-established Care Provider and an upbeat team that is passionate about changing the world for everyone with Autism?
Key to the role will be cultivating a positive team culture, ensuring your service is a great place to work, acting as a role model and demonstrating good practice to other members of the team. You`ll do this by to demonstrating the key values of this organisation.
You`ll be responsible for proactively managing your team, the quality of the service, the rota, and the budget.
You will have experience in management of a similar setting within the care sector and be confident dealing with people who have Autism.
What we`re looking for
You`ll need to have experience knowledge and experience working with adults with Autism, Learning Disabilities
Level 4/5 in social care/management or equivalent
The skills to lead and motivate others, work as part of a team and strive for excellence
Be reliable and committed to delivering best practice and have excellent organisational, interpersonal and report writing skills
Have fun working
You`ll get a host of benefits
A rewarding job, full of variety and opportunities for career development
12-week induction programme consisting of in-house training, e-learning, shadowing, coaching, and mentoring.
The opportunity to complete an accredited qualification once you've passed your probation period.
All colleagues have access to an internal learning portal so you can increase your skills and knowledge in the areas that interest you the most.
Cycle to work scheme
Up to 33 days annual leave pro-rata (including bank holidays)
Benefits portal which gives you access to money off your favourite shops, restaurants, and great days out, along with a cashback healthcare plan for general day-to-day healthcare such as optical and dental.
A 24 Hour Employee Assistance Programme that provides practical information and support on issues like money management, family and legal information.
We also have a network of Mental Health First Aiders to provide support you in the event you experience issues relating to your mental health.
So if you have relevant experience as a Manager or similar role, the desire to progress your career and are willing to make a difference to the lives of people with disabilities, we`d love to hear from you.
If this is a role that you are interested in simply click apply or call 0117 9486300 and ask for Gaby and I`ll take you through the role.