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Do you have experience being a leader?
Are you able to ensure service levels are consistently excellent?
We are looking for a passionate, flexible, highly motivated, innovative and committed Manager to join our company within our Community Services. Working full time 5 days a week.
We want you to bring your unique set of skills and experience to Independence Matters.
You will lead the delivery of outstanding services in accordance with legislation, regulatory standards and contractual requirements.
You will be responsible for ensuring service levels are consistently excellent, and that new business is integrated into the service in accordance with those high standards, whilst also ensuring all Governance monitoring, reporting and actions are completed as required, acting with integrity; value, respect and promote equality, diversity, dignity and inclusion.
We recruit on values and train on skills, using a valuesbased safer recruitment process.
Should you be successful with your application you will be invited to attend Part 1 of the Values Based Recruitment Process Assessment Day on Tuesday 26 February 2019
We respect diversity and welcome your application.
Service Manager Social Care Quality Assurance Services Legislation Regulatory Standards
Proven experience of being a leader and manager with evidence of coaching and mentoring others to achieve desired outcomes.
Relevant Health and Social Care experience.
Understanding Quality Assurance Frameworks for regulated services.
Evidence of change management and resilience building.
Good ICT skills and competency using Microsoft Office.
Evidence of ability to successfully communicate with a range of different audiences
Able to demonstrate the ability to work on own initiative.
Full driving licence and access to own car.
Flexibility regarding working hours to participate in an outofhours oncall rota (weekends and/or evenings).
Health and Social Care Level 5 Diploma or an equivalent qualification.
Working knowledge of Children and Adult and Mental Health Services frameworks.
Comprehensive training and personal development. Employee wellbeing benefits. A contributory pension scheme 20 days annual leave plus 8 recognised public holidays.
We provide a wide range of support services for adults with learning and physical disabilities, young people in transition, older people, people with dementia, and people with mental ill health. We support people within their own homes, in the community and within building based services.
We provide highly flexible, person centred support that focuses on the needs and aspirations of the individual. Our support enables people to maintain a level of independence that is right for them and their family carers. We aim to support people to live fulfilling and active lives in the heart of their communities.
Our services include personal assistance in the home and to get out and about, supported living ranging from light touch to more intensive 24 hour support, respite short breaks and Community Hubs. We believe individuals, and their careers, should be able to access a broad mix of services to create a support package that suits their personal needs and aspirations. We support people across the whole of Norfolk.