Deputy Manager

£27000.00 - £29000.00 per annum 
Job Type:
Social Care 
Job Ref:

My client, based in Bristol, is looking for an experienced Deputy Manager to join their passionate and dedicated community who support people with learning disabilities, mental health and the elderly to live as independently as possible. Salary up to £29K dependent on experience.

The role will be to support the Care Manager with the day to day running of the supported living and domiciliary services, grouped together as their ‘community services’. The community services provide support to people with learning disabilities, mental health and the elderly. Packages include 24/7, block shift care as well as typical homecare support.

The role will include on-call which will consist of holding the phone 1 evening a week. For the weekends, you with have 6 weekends off, on the 7th you will hold the on-call (and have the following Tuesday off), on the 8th you will act as a back up to the person who holds on-call, then back to your 6 weekends off.

The Role:
As the Deputy Manager you will:

  • Be responsible in organising the rotas by matching support workers with clients.
  • Plan, direct, follow and deliver high-quality person-centred care.
  • Ensure the service and its resources are managed effectively, economically, and efficiently.
  • Nurture and mentor the dedicated staff team.
  • Support with business development and continued growth of the branch.
  • Complete staff supervision and management.

The Person:
To be considered for the Deputy Manager role, you will need:

  • Experience as a Senior Care Coordinator or within a Deputy role as minimum within domiciliary care for a minimum of 12 months
  • NVQ / QCF level 3 Health and Social Care as a minimum
  • Clear communication skills
  • Must be a car driver

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