The Peripatetic Deputy Manager role will appeal to existing Care Home Deputy Managers with a nursing qualification or Registered Nurses who would relish the opportunity to utilise their skills in a variety of different services. This is an excellent career opportunity for an experienced Registered Nurse (RGN/RMN), with experience of working in a nursing home at a senior level. This post will entail working flexibly across our nine care home across the southern half of the UK.
A confident communicator, you will deputise for the General Manager and have the ability to motivate and provide personal development within your team. You will be a skilled clinician and effective leader, creating a nurturing environment for our residents and employees. You will have a commitment to quality and a solid working knowledge of the CQC Fundamental Standards, along with a good understanding of compliance and clinical governance.
- Peripatetic Deputy Home Manager
- Days - 36 Hours per week
- up to £41,500 per annum
- You must be able to travel between Care Homes
- Post qualification experience as an RGN/RMN and currently registered with NMC
- Previous managerial experience of leading a care team in the care of older people, or related social care setting
- Supporting the Home Manager in the running of the home
- Recruiting new staff members
- Management of all staff
- Supernumerary hours allocated
- Ongoing development and training of nursing team
- Monitoring patient care across the home
- 33 days holiday including Bank Holidays
- Increasing to 35 days with five years service
- In addition we provide training and continuing personal development
- A free uniform
- Free DBS Check
- Paid breaks
- Free staff meals when on duty
- Free on-site parking whilst in the care homes
- Access to an Employee Assistance Programme
- A Refer a Friend Bonus Scheme
- Enrolment on to our pension scheme
- Have evidence of continuing professional development
- Have a working knowledge of the regulatory framework relating to Care Homes
- Possess good communication and interpersonal skills, both verbal and written
- Demonstrate the ability to lead, support and motivate a dedicated care team
- The ability to take responsibility for the safeguarding of older people
- Commitment to the ongoing training and development of your team
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