A Deputy Manager is required for Byfield Court, near Sittingbourne, Kent.
Byfield Court is an 11 bedded residential service for adults with learning disabilities, autism and epilepsy.
The Deputy Manager is expected to cover shift patterns and office duties.
You will need to be flexible, reliable and able to use your own initiative. Previous experience working with people with learning disabilities and complex needs is desirable.
NVQ Level 3 or equivalent preferred.
Brief description of duties:
• Managing the service in the absence of the manager
• Supervising staff and mentoring new starters
• On call
• Supporting Manager with recruitment needs of the service.
• Working closely with health professionals
• Supporting service users with their everyday needs
• Record keeping and administrative support
• Auditing – monitoring the performance of the service and striving to improve the service
• Ensuring service users are safeguarded from risks of harm and benefit from a supportive environment
• Dealing with emergencies in a confident and proactive way
• Ensuring the service is compliant with Regard’s operational targets
This position is subject to an enhanced DBS disclosure and two references, one of which must be from your current or most recent employer.
For further details on this role, please contact Nicola Mason, on 01795431685 or via email on email@example.com
Alternatively, please complete our on-line application form by clicking the apply button below.
(No agencies please)
Specialism: Adults with Learning Disabilities and Autism. Communication strategies are key to the success at this service.
Details of Vacancies: No vacancies at present.
Type of Service: Residential
Age Range 21 to 40
Current Profile of Service: Byfield Court is set in extensive grounds, with a…
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