Deputy Care Manager

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£21000 - £24000 Per Annum

The leading care provider in Weston-super-Mare, and top 20 rated provider in the South West, has the perfect opportunity for an aspiring and driven care professional to join as Deputy Care Manager / Trainer. They are an understanding, family run business with big aspirations and a passion for making a difference.

Having recently achieved a CQC Outstanding in ‘Caring’ for the exceptionally high standard of care they deliver, they are looking to take on a Deputy Care Manager / Trainer to join the team and be instrumental in raising the other levels of the business to ‘Outstanding’.

Key responsibilities of a Deputy Care Manager/ Trainer:

  • Responsible for Management of our team of carers
  • Providing induction training
  • Responsible for supervisions and appraisals
  • Deputising for the Care Manager when they are not available.
  • On call (1 night per week)

Perks and benefits of a Deputy Care Manager / Trainer:

  • £21,000 – £24,000 depending on experience
  • 28 Days paid holiday (20 days plus 8 bank holidays)
  • Free employee assistance programme
  • Workplace pension
  • High street discount scheme
  • Ongoing learning & development opportunities and career progression.
  • An incredibly professional and supportive Management team
  • The chance to be part of one of the UK’s top care providers

Why should you apply as a Deputy Care Manager / Trainer?

They really do care. They do not cut corners, they deliver a minimum visit time of 1 hour to ensure their carers are never rushed and that their clients receive a level of support that you would expect for any of your loved ones. Most importantly they are looking for someone who shares these values and wants to be part of a positive, progressive team of like minded individuals.

Who are they looking for in a Deputy Care Manager / Trainer?

You need to be keen, driven and enthusiastic for this role. It is a chance to help shape and mould the service through both the care provided and the training, ongoing support, development and nurturing of existing and future carers. Training is a key element of this role as you will be responsible for running all aspects of the induction for new carers.

If you do not already possess a ‘Train the Trainer’ qualification then they will ensure you undertake the training to do so. You will not be expected to understand all aspects of the role immediately and there will be lots of support and training from their whole team to familiarise yourself with the business.

Next Steps:

If you understand the Health and Social Care sector, and are passionate about quality, then this is your opportunity to share this with people who will use your knowledge and experience to maintain and deliver an ‘Outstanding’ level of care.

You will need a driving licence, access to a car, an NVQ Level 3 or above in Health and Social Care for this role and ideally be from a domiciliary/home care background. This is the perfect role for an existing Supervisor, Coordinator or Senior Care Assistant who wants to enhance their skillset and develop their career through training and leadership of carers.

Click apply today and our friendly recruitment team will be in touch to answer any questions you may have,