New Job in Sheffield – Adults Residential Manager – Reed
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Job title: Adults Residential Manager
Job description: Location: SHEFFIELD, SOUTH YORKSHIRE, UNITED KINGDOM Salary: 24,000-40,000 GBP (UK Pounds) Per annum, inc Benefits, Salary Negotiable
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Posted: about 5 hours ago Reference: X3-436409
Do you have what it takes to make a positive difference to the lives of Older Adults?
We have an exciting opportunity for a Registered Manager for Older adults within a new residential provision.
Our client is looking for someone who is wanting that next step in their career.
You will be passionate and endeavour to create a home environment that exceeds the needs of the client’s needs and wishes and follow all aspects of their care plans.
You will be working with other agencies and professionals and must be able to work in partnership with them to achieve the best outcomes.
For your application to be considered you should have:
Recent experience working either as a Registered Manager or as a Deputy Manager of Older People or Adults and comprehension of relevant legislation and guidelines and how they apply in practice
Level 5 diploma in Leadership or equivalent (or working towards)
The ability and skill to motivate and lead a team
Our client is… 100% client focused and looking for the right person to fit their team.
They are seeking the right person to:
- Provide a positive role model for members of the staff team and young people in line with the companies’ policies
- Be able to motivate and lead a team
- Promote good relationships with local communities
- Support the staff team in all aspects of their time at the company including staff inductions, ongoing supervision, appraisals and training and staff rotas etc
This is a great opportunity to be part of an exciting new venture!
If this position sounds interesting, then please hit apply now, or contact ASAP
Expected salary: £40000 per year
Job date: Sun, 10 Jan 2021 05:57:01 GMT
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