Regional Manager - North West - Learning Disabilities
An exciting opportunity has become available for a Regional Manager to cover a portfolio of residential services for adults with learning disabilities across North West England. Our client is keen to get excellent Regional Manager on board, who is looking for a new challenge, to drive their services forward.
The Regional Manager will be a key member of the organisation's Operational Management Team and will be responsible to the Head of Services. The Regional Manager will be responsible for developing, delivering and sustaining a portfolio of residential services within a geographical region. In addition, they will assist in mapping the long-term development strategy of the organisation and supporting and delivering the corporate strategy.
Our client is an excellent company to work for. Their aim is to enable their service users to make life choices, be socially included and take a full and active part in their community.
Their standard of care across the group is extremely high, and they are constantly improving.
Our client invests heavily into all of their services and into staff training and development, making it an exciting time to become part of their team. We are now seeking a like-minded individual who shares our vision to join us
Reporting into the Head of Services responsibilities will include:
- All aspects of service provision within the Care home and registered manager with CQC
- Performance of the management team
- Budget management
- Delivering a quality service in line with CQC essential standards, improving the quality of customer's lives
Required knowledge & experience:
- Level 5 Leadership in management or equivalent
- Experience of managing a budget and working to a business plan
- Knowledge of a care setting and the needs of older people
- People management experience including working to and the setting of targets within a customer focused environment and associated results
- Health & Safety legislation along with the knowledge of safeguarding of vulnerable adults (local/national policies) and the mental capacity act
- Experience dealing with different stakeholders including local Councils and Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs).
- Ability to critically analyse data and solve problems
- People management including training delivery, good organisation, negotiation and influencing skills
- Computer, technology, and numeracy literate
If you are looking for a long and rewarding career, where you can really make a difference to the lives of the people they support, and you feel that you have the right values, attitude and experience for this role then we are keen to hear from you...... click apply for full job details