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Deputy Manager

Working Pattern: 40 hours; Monday to Friday 09:00-17:00, flexibility required to work weekends if needed.

Salary: £32,000 – £36,000

Sisters Hospitallers are seeking an Experienced Deputy Manager, for their 50 bedded care home.

Located in a residential area in Surrey, enjoying both the peaceful atmosphere of the countryside and the proximity to London.

The service currently has an overall Good CQC rating and it will be an essential aspect of the chosen candidates role to maintain these high standards. This will be an excellent opportunity for an experienced Deputy Manager who is actively looking for a new opportunity with a charity care organisation who have a great reputation within the care industry.

Key Responsibilities

  • Assist the Registered Manager in the operation of a safe and well led service
  • Working with the Head of Care to ensure all staff receive regular supervision and training is kept up to date
  • Ensure Care Plans are reviewed regularly
  • Review staff resource to ensure on-going adequate cover 
  • Ensure relevant standards are followed at all times and maintained 
  • Manage and develop high performing teams to ensure the standards of care and support are maintained in line with internal policies and procedures 
  • Prepare and maintain up to date records for compliance purposes e.g. Data Protection Act, Commission for Social Care Inspection (if applicable)
  • To be fully trained and compliant on the safe handling, ordering, storage and administering of medicines 
  • Implement and adhere to internal and external policies and standards e.g. Department of Health, Care Quality Commission, Health and Safety Executive, HCPC (healthcare professionals council) 
  • Continuous Self Development to ensure knowledge and skills are relevant to the service 
  • Be aware of your responsibilities under the Charity’s Health and Safety policy, taking all possible steps to ensure a safe working environment 
  • Actively support the vision, philosophies and values of the Charity

Requirements

  • Current residency in the UK with valid right to work
  • NVQ Level 4 and above or equivalent (essential) 
  • Certified medication training – advanced level (desirable)
  • Proven experience working with dementia patients, in a similar environment
  • Excellent written and communication skills
  • Excellent IT skills
  • Minimun of 2/3 years of Management experience
  • Ability to work flexible hours, weekends, on call as necessary
  • Knowledge of developing Care Plans
  • Requirements of latest care standards and relevant legislation
  • Previous experience in rostering

Benefits Include

  • Pension Scheme
  • Parking on site
  • Short course qualifications
  • Career progression opportunities

We are actively recruiting now, so if you’re interested in joining our team as a Registered Manger, please click apply we would love to hear from you.

Please note that as part of the application and employment process you shall be asked to confirm your COVID-19 vaccination status, including if required, your agreement to be vaccinated if not yet administered, your agreement to ongoing vaccinations throughout the duration of your employment as well as confirming your agreement to regular COVID-19 testing. This information is required to ensure the safety and well-being of all our residents and staff, and shall be held in the strictest of confidence. 

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About Sisters Hospitallers

We are a Charity committed to the sick and their wellbeing, especially in the field of mental health.

We aim to provide care and support to people who are sick, disabled, elderly, or suffering from dementia, with a deeply human attitude an zero tolerance to discrimination.

Every day since our foundation, we have followed this commitment to hospitality through the work we carry out in the various centres and hospitals around the world. From that first day, we have turned the passion to help others into our cause, by serving and caring for those at our care homes and medical clinics worldwide.

Today, Sisters Hospitallers consists of around 1.200 sisters and 8.700 co-workers, all of whom make it possible to keep our mission growing and reaching more and more people in need every time.

Now, you have the opportunity to join our Congregation!

Residential care at Footherley Hall care home