Deputy Manager – Mountnessing Road
Deputy Manager – Mountnessing Road
Job Ref: DM.MR.08.18
£26,792.88 per annum
37.5 hours per week
Do you want to join a team delivering excellent innovative care?
About the service:
We currently have an excellent permanent opportunity for a Deputy Manager at Mountnessing Road.
You’ll be joining the multi-skilled staff team at Mountnessing Road, a lovely registered nursing service in the heart of Billericay. Mountnessing is a dynamic home for up to eight people with learning disabilities, complex physical health needs and sensory impairment. The service has a great track record for providing excellent nursing care and support to the people who live there, and currently holds a ‘Good’ CQC rating.
About the role:
As Deputy Manager, you will play a crucial role in supporting the Registered Service Manager to supervise, lead and develop a busy staff team of Qualified Nurses and Support Assistants, and also assisting with all aspects of daily management, including budget monitoring, business planning and performance management. In addition, you will be responsible for the full running of the service in the absence of the Service Manager.
You’ll lead by example in proactively promoting a positive, caring atmosphere within the service, ensuring that care quality standards are upheld and driving continuous improvement to ensure the best possible service is provided to the people who live at Norton Place. The role will also involve overseeing the support given to our service users in their varied daily and social activities.
A nursing qualification/current NMC registration is desirable, but not essential, for this post.
Rewards and benefits:
- a comprehensive training programme, including all specialist training required for your role/service;
- the opportunity to study for fully accredited professional qualifications;
- peer support and reflective practice groups for Managers, Deputies and Qualified Nurses;
- opportunities to work additional shifts through our staff bank;
- a generous contributory pension scheme;
- free DBS check;
- induction and training;
- enhanced maternity/paternity leave;
- corporate health cash plan;
- competitive holiday allowance;
- access to a 24-hour employee assistance helpline;
- flexible working hours;
- annual pay reviews;
- long service and recognition rewards;
- childcare vouchers;
- season ticket loan and cycle to work schemes;
- free parking and meals;
- discounts and savings on a variety of local retailers;
- the opportunity to make a valued contribution to our journey from CQC ‘Good’ to ‘Outstanding’.
So, do you think this is for you? Are you ready for the challenge? Well if you are, we would love you to apply for this post.
To find out more or to apply, please visit our website at: https://ats-estuary.jobsgopublic.com/vacancies/view/71060
Alternatively, you can contact our 24-hour recruitment line on 01702 463268.
Closing date: Midday on Friday, 31st August 2018.
Interviews are likely to be held week commencing 3rd September 2018.
Estuary has a value-based recruitment policy which means our selection process is aligned with our core values of Excellence, Care and Innovation - this ensures that, when recruiting, we find the right person with the right values and expected behaviours for the job, who will strive to provide excellent services to the people we support. This supplements our requirements for essential and desirable skills, knowledge and abilities for each role.
Safeguarding & Recruitment
Estuary is committed to safeguarding and practices safer recruitment standards and expects all staff to share the commitment to safeguarding children and people with care and support needs. The successful applicants will be required to provide proof of eligibility to work in the UK. This post is also subject to a satisfactory enhanced DBS check.
Equality & Diversity
At Estuary Housing Association we value inclusiveness and we are committed to embedding equality and diversity at the heart of our work. We aim to be an inclusive organisation, where individual differences are respected, where staff, people who use services, as well as their families and carers, are treated with dignity and on the basis of their merits, abilities and needs, and where everyone has a fair opportunity to fulfil their potential without suffering discrimination or disadvantage.