• Permanent
  • , United Kingdom
  • £29000 - £30000 Per Year
  • Salary: £29000 - £30000 Per Year

Hamptons is collaborating with a leading care provider renowned for offering top-notch domiciliary support to both elderly and individuals with learning disabilities. We’re on the hunt for a spirited and dynamic Deputy Manager based in Canterbury.

The Role:

  • Helping the Registered Manager in overseeing the domiciliary branch within Canterbury currently providing 1,850 hours of care.
  • Managing a well-established staff team to ensure the best standard of care at all times.
  • Supporting with rotas, care plans and care assessments for the branch.

About You:

  • Proven track record in the management of day-to-day operations within a Domiciliary environment.
  • Proven track record in business development and growing Domiciliary services.
  • Experience of managing budgets and analysis of statistical data.
  • Demonstrable experience of managing and motivating of a team within a fluid working environment.
  • Experience of operating within a pressured environment whilst maintaining a professional and calm working environment.
  • Strong commercial business awareness.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Ability to engage effectively with a range of stakeholders, both from within and outside of the business.
  • Good planning and organisation skills – highly numerate with a keen eye for detail and a passion for accuracy.
  • Ability to adapt to change easily and utilise your skills to encourage and motivate a diverse team.
  • Ability to negotiate to ensure positive outcomes for the business.
  • Must have full driving license.

What’s On Offer:

  • Up to £30,000 salary.
  • Paid on call rota.
  • Potential to earn a discretionary bonus.
  • Excellent support from the Senior management team.
  • Statutory Pension scheme
  • 24 days annual leave including Public Holidays.
  • The opportunity to work as part of a highly experienced and well-respected team.
  • Full training provided.
  • Career development opportunities.

About:
This compassionate organisation prides itself on facilitating a nurturing environment where service users and staff alike can thrive. With 1,850 hours of care dedicated each week in Canterbury, our client’s mission to inspire happiness, health, and safety has never been so impactful.

Step into a role where your leadership will not only enhance the quality of care but will also help shape the ethos and direction of the business. This is a unique opportunity to join an excellent senior team that’s ready to support you through every challenge.

Join us, lead with heart, and drive the future of care. Your impact starts here!

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 Alice on alice@hamptonsresourcing.com or 01926 356 540.

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

Type:
Permanent
Location:
Salary:
£29000 - £30000 Per Year

Lead Consultant

Alice Higson
Executive Consultant

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