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Care Home Manager

Job Introduction

You will lead and develop the provision of sustainable registered care services for elderly residents, in compliance with relevant legislation and regulations, and Abbeyfield’s mission and values.

Role Responsibility

As Registered Manager, you’ll oversee and champion high quality care provision, meeting CQC requirements, ensuring residents are treated with respect and dignity and lead fulfilling lives.  You’ll also be a strong and supportive leader.  This means where behaviours align with values, and everyone knows what is expected from them.  In return you will ensure high levels of staff engagement, with the necessary capacity and capability to ensure sustainable service provision.

The Ideal Candidate

You’ll have a relevant care related qualification (e.g. NVQ Level 4/5, Diploma in Social Welfare/Community Support).  Equally, you must be able to demonstrate experience working at a management level in a similar (ideally elderly care) person centred care and support role within a registered care setting, ideally with evidence of favourable CQC compliance ratings. 

And alongside that you will also have strong knowledge of and ability to apply the Health and Social Care Act 2008 (Regulated Activities) Regulations 2010, the Care Quality Commission (Registration) Regulations 2009 and the Care Act 2014/15.

 

Package Description

At Abbeyfield, we believe that great care starts with great people. We’re committed to providing the highest standards of accommodation to our residents and we’re always keen to hear from people who share our commitment to enhancing the lives of older people in the UK.

From carers to house managers, activities coordinators to cooks, plus roles in our St Albans head office, Abbeyfield has a varied range of career options available.  By working at Abbeyfield you’ll be joining a charity with more than 400 houses and over 7000 residents. But we’re also developing new homes throughout the UK with state of the art facilities. 

In return for your commitment, we offer a great pay and benefits package.  This includes 25 days paid leave, plus 8 bank/public holidays, (pro rata), an occupational sick pay scheme, a pension scheme, plus shop and save discounts.  We also offer great career prospects, from a comprehensive induction and a ‘buddy’ to get you started, to further opportunities to progress your career in care, through development, to gain more experience in your role.

Best of all, we’re a charity, meaning that the interests of our valued staff and residents sit at the heart of what we do, not shareholders.

About the Company

Located in Kew, Richmond, Victoria House offers care and support to older people and those with mild dementia.  The building has been extensively modernised and refurbished to provide high quality accommodation and care in safe and comfortable surroundings.  A lift and stair lifts ensure easy access throughout the home, with a call alarm system in place allowing our residents to feel safe at all times.  There is a facility onsite to park and charge mobile scooters

Facilities at our home include a library stocked with a variety of listening books and a hairdressing/treatment room for use by our visiting chiropodist and for relaxing massages and reflexology treatments. Mealtimes in one of our pleasant dining rooms are social occasions for our residents with all residents’ dietary and personalised requirements taken into account during the menu planning stage.

We believe that it is important for our residents to get together socially and to engaged with our staff.  We encourage them to join in with the many activities organised by our dedicated activity co-ordinators from art and craft sessions, coffee mornings to day trips out to local attractions.

A happy, homely and caring atmosphere exists at our home where excellent relationships are built between our residents and their families and our fantastic dedicated team.  Everyone supports each other and works well together to help enrich our residents’ lives.  Through regular meetings with our home manager and up-to-date training, our team feel empowered to carry out their role to the best of their ability.  Through daily interaction we get to know our residents well and always ensure that everyone, staff included, are treated with kindness and respect.

If you feel that you share the same values as us, we would love to hear from you.

For more information about Victoria House, please click here.

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