The Role:

  • Manage on a day to day basis a service that meets all the requirements of the business and the regulating body’s expectations of a good, outstanding or equivalent service through robust planning, review and monitoring of the policy practice and procedure throughout the service
  • Lead, inspire, motivate and manage a team of workers and support staff, ensuring the service is appropriately staffed and covered at all times in line with regulatory requirements. Ensure that all line reports manage staff in accordance with agreed procedures and equally apply the same high standards of management
  • Ensure systems and processes are in place and applied to enable all legal and statutory records to be maintained in line with regulatory and organisational requirements.  To complete quality self- assessment report within timescales and to a high professional standard
  • Lead and be accountable for the achievement of positive outcomes for children and young people and drive continuous improvement by using performance data and evidence-based outcome measures in line with the business and commissioner requirement

About You:

  • Competent and experienced working with children and young people who display complex behaviours
  • Level 5 Diploma in Leadership and Management for Residential Childcare
  • Knowledge and understanding of OFSTED requirements and safeguarding practices and how to achieve and maintain the best quality service
  • Commitment to helping children with complex and development disabilities to thrive

What’s On Offer:

  • Salary: Up to £50K
  • Competitive salary
  • Opportunity to join a growing company
  • Bonus scheme
  • Employee assistance programme
  • Learning and development opportunities
  • Temp to perm option available

Here at Hampton’s we are working in close partnership with a well established and dedicated children’s residential care provider who are looking for an experienced manager to open a BRAND NEW 4 bed home for young people with emotional and behavioral difficulties based in Keynsham, North East Somerset! This is the perfect opportunity for a highly experienced Deputy Manager wanting to work their way up the ranks or a Registered Manager ready for a new challenge!

Our client established themselves in 2009 when it was recognized how difficult and stressful a transition into independence could be for young people leaving care. They understand their emotions, often a feeling of being overwhelmed by responsibilities, of being lost or being abandoned. They know what obstacles they may face in their every day lives, so to make this process easier, their team who are trained to deliver the highest standards of care, support, advise, will assist, reassure and motivate their clients whenever required using a therapeutic approach.

Recruitment Timeline:
Applications to be made as soon as possible

To apply, please complete the below form and include an up to date CV. Or for a confidential discussion about the role, please contact Charlotte on or 01926 354605
Hamptons is passionate about equality, and is committed to developing an inclusive workforce. We do not discriminate against any employee or applicant regardless of your individual needs. Any reasonable adjustments will be fully supported during the application and hiring process.

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Role Details

£45000 - £50000 Per Year

Lead Consultant

Charlotte Horne
Principal Consultant

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