residential home manager - How much money do you make working at this position?
The average salary for the residential home manager position is 3200 £
BLUE CHIP PARK HOMES
Registered Manager - Residential Children's Home
The potential candidates MUST have experience working with children and young people within care or with looked after children for a minimum of *two years *and…
CHOICE CARE GROUP
Registered Residential Home Manager
The home has two vehicles for local travel, and regular leisure, recreational and educational activities in the community. A paid day off on your birthday.
Residential Care Home Deputy Manager
Working closely with your Home Manager and well-established team of staff, you will oversee and assist in the nursing care of each resident, including…
Residential Manager Children's Home
We are currently on the lookout for a Residential Manager Children's Home for a role in Southwark. The postholder will lead the management and operational…
Home Manager | Elderly Care | Residential Home
Near Manchester, Salary: £50k – £60k per annum Must have previous Home Management experience * Requirements: – Must be a current Home Manager – Good knowledge of CQC requirements – Strong leadership skills – Understanding of how to improve a care homes standards The Role Compass Associates is an award-winning, UK specialistHealth and Social Care Recruitment Consultancyproviding tailored, high quality recruitment solutions for all permanent assignments. We are delighted to announce our partnership with a highly regarded small-scale care provider operating care homes in the North West of England. Their comprehensive range of care services includes long-term, short-term, and respite care, within residential and dementia care settings. My client is in search of an experienced and supportive Home Manager to take charge of their flagship care home, which specialises in providing residential and dementia care for the elderly. The home consistently maintains a high occupancy rate, with only a limited number of vacant beds. The primary goal for the successful candidate will be to foster strong relationships with residents, staff, and the Care Quality Commission (CQC), thereby upholding the home's exceptional reputation and cultivating a positive working environment. The Candidate The ideal candidate should bring extensive experience as a Home Manager in a residential and dementia care setting, with a proven strong track record of successfully managing care homes. Demonstrable experience in this role is crucial. Their role will involve providing support and empowerment to an exceptional team of carers while ensuring that the home operates in strict accordance with CQC guidelines. The candidate is expected to possess strong leadership skills to maintain the excellent work environment and provide outstanding support to the staff.