Brook Street

Manager (Luxury Assisted Living) - Didcot, Oxfordshire

Brook Street
Didcot, Oxfordshire, England
Up to £30500 per annum + pension, progression, luxury setting
15 Feb 2018
15 Mar 2018
Samantha Hamilton
Contract Type
Full Time

Working within the care sector allows you to feel so much achievement and job satisfaction that you could burst!! It gives you a great sense of pride, of accomplishment and for many of people, that is just amazing!

Now, imagine your amazing, demanding and accomplishing role all within an absolutely gorgeous 60 privately owned luxury brand new development for the elderly who have retired.

This role is for someone who would be excited about starting a new service and a new team by scratch. You would be the person who oversees everything from start to finish! It is an extremely exciting role and a fantastic time to join the company.

About the employer; the employer is a huge and nationwide wide organisation providing accommodation to retired elderly people. The organisation offers supported care for the elderly who have sold their own homes and moved into the accommodation provided by us.

About the job; The post holder is accountable to the Area Manager for taking overall responsibility for the day-to-day operational running of the Assisted Living development. Leading, directing, supervising and supporting staff teams working within the assisted living development in providing a range of services which can respond flexible to the needs of individual residents. Managing the promotion of domiciliary care services to residents of the development and potentially in the locality. You will be registered with the Care Quality Commission. Assessing the support and care requirements of prospective residents in conjunction with the Estates Managers within the area and maintaining records as appropriate. Undertaking regular reviews of residents' requirements in liaison with families and other professionals where appropriate. Ensuring compliance with CQC registration, regulations and guidance. Working with the Human Resources department in the recruitment and effective supervision and performance management of staff. Assisting in the internal audit and quality assurance processes and provides a high quality care, support and estate management function for the residents. Ensuring that the Company's policy and procedures are implemented. Ensure compliance with Health and Safety requirements within the developments, maintaining a safe and healthy environment for residents, staff and visitors, and managing emergency situations appropriately. Ensuring that all financial policies and procedures are fully maintained and managing targeted expenditure of the Assisted Living Schemes.

Key tasks...

Estate Management:

Monitor on a daily basis the provision of services and facilities, including all communal areas and the guest suite. Monitor on a daily basis the well being of the residents in the development. Hold regular weekly meetings with the Catering Manager to monitor catering at the development.

Care and Support Services...

Provide information and support to enable residents to live independently. Assist the residents to arrange a variety of social activities as required. Provide a care and support response tailored to meet the identified needs of individual residents, liaising with health and social care professionals as required.

About the ideal candidate; we are looking for someone with experience of working with older people, understanding the needs of older people, experience of working in an operational management role, maximising income through selling services, budget management and cost control, a good understanding of Microsoft Office programmes, knowledge of the statutory and regulatory requirements and their relevance to the post and experience of assessment and care planning.

A salary of £30,500 will be offered alongside a pension, life assurance, a fully paid induction, childcare voucher schemes, fully funded training and more.

To apply or to discuss the role further, please call Zoe Gunn on 01604 631797 or email