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Domiciliary Care Branch Manager
London, Greater London, England
Permanent (Full time)
Domiciliary Care Branch Manager Clapham, London Job Type: Full-time Salary: £28,000-£30,000/year A permanent position for a Care Manager has emerged in the modern Clapham headquarters of this well-established and expanding domiciliary care agency. We are looking for a highly motivated and experienced individual to join an established team of managers who together, oversee the delivery of thousands of hours of care per week. Previous experience of domiciliary care management is preferred - a Level 4 Social Care (or equivalent) qualification or above is desirable, along with a thorough understanding of care standards and ways in which new and further business can be obtained. You will manage an established team in the London Borough of Lambeth, coordinating careworkers undertaking approximately 1500 hours of care per week. Candidates with good organisational skills who are honest and outgoing are highly desired. Familiarisation with Staffplan, the Passsystem and CM2000 would be a plus. The successful candidate will be business-development minded and be determined to grow the number of hours of care being undertaken by the branch. You will report directly to the Operations Manager and be responsible for a team of Care Coordinators, Care Supervisors and Home Care Workers. Your experience will mean that you have the ability to promote and enhance existing relationships with Local Authorities and other professional bodies in a way that leads to the growth of the business. You will be able to professionally represent the Company within Local Authority/other frameworks, including involvement in negotiations with such organisations regarding all aspects of domiciliary care. As a Domiciliary Care Manager, you will be able to understand, implement and evaluate aims, objectives, policies, procedures, guidelines and principles of good practice. Similarly, you will be well aware of and understand legislative and regulatory requirements relevant to your user groups and be able to implement them. The successful candidate will ideally have: Previous experience in Domiciliary Care management Business Development Experience A Level 4 Social Care (minimum) qualification or equivalent Experience managing and leading a team A full UK driving licence The ability to lead and motivate other staff members Excellent written and verbal communication skills and IT knowledge A clear and thorough knowledge of the CQC standards and a full valid work permit Key Responsibilities: Maximise the profitably and business development of the Branch Carry out supervisions and appraisals Ensuring CQC compliance, using audits, spot checks and other internal mechanisms Agree & manage budgets effectively Create and maintain administrative/IT systems Provide reports to senior management as and when required Manage, monitor and review induction and on-going training needs Plan, allocate and evaluate the workload of all staff Ensure the competency and effectiveness of the out of hours’ service Effectively manage the performance and development of staff Benefits: £28,000-£30,000 per annum, depending on experience Employment contracts are full-time Holiday pay Monthly pay Statutory sick and maternity pay Staff employee benefits’ scheme (entitling you to discounts on high street purchases) Referral bonus (if you successfully introduce a new careworker to us) Opportunities for ongoing training in health and social care Applications: Along with their CV, applicants should submit a covering letter, which describes how their skills and experience are suited to the position, as well as details of their current salary. Those candidates who are selected for interview will be informed by email. If you do not hear from us within 7 working days, please assume that your application has been unsuccessful on this occasion. Please note that this position is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974. All applicants will be required to undergo a check with the Disclosure and Barring Service prior to employment