£23k - 28k per year
020 3176 4790
over 1 year ago
An exciting position has become available to work as a deputy manager helping support the branch manager and surrounding teams within a luxury retirement care home. The role is working Monday – Friday 9-5pm. Ideally you will be available to start immediately but my client will be flexible for the right candidate. The salary for the deputy manager salary will be £26’000. This is a rare position which has become available working for a well-known luxury care home who have been awarded with numerous awards.
Responsibilities of the Deputy Manager:
- Ensure the highest standards of care and service ensuring quality standards are maintained within all aspects of the business.
- Provide leadership, management structure and support to the Branch team alongside the Branch manager
- Assist the Branch Manager to manage branch costs in line with annual budgets and forecasts.
- Assist with the development, growth and operational performance of the branch, ensuring that the business grows sustainably in line with commercial targets and KPI’s
- Work with the Branch Manager to increase private business, enablement, dementia and rapid response to increase business potential and overall profitability.
- Proactively identify and develop new business sources.
- Develop and manage relationships with employees, customers and 3rd parties
- Take responsibility for branch and employee compliance ensuring CQC regulations, company policies and practices are maintained.
- Ensure the policies are embedded in to the business, ensuring constant review to assist with the improvement of processes and effective service delivery.
- Take joint responsibility for the recruitment of high quality employees and work towards a high retention ratio.
- Participate in the On -Call rota to include a minimum of one night in the week and one weekend in four.
Skills and Experience:
- IT literate with Coldharbour experienced preferred
- Understand the process and requirements of the Care Certificate
- To understand the CQC KLOE expectations and to be able to use these in conversations to improve service provision and quality of care
- Empathy and ability to teach and help those who need extra support
- Strong communication skills and be articulate in the delivery of communication at senior level
- Articulate and confident to present to small groups effectively
- Good levels of literacy and numeracy as well as written and oral English
- You should be able to identify priorities and manage time effectively
- To be qualified at NVQ/QCF Level 3 and working towards level 5
If you would like to apply for this role, please get in touch immediately and I look forward to hearing from you!
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