Adada Care Services specialises in the provision of care services for people in their own homes. We provide great person-centred services to enable our customers to live independently in their own homes.
To lead this, we are looking for a dynamic and experienced Registered Manager, to oversee and guide the day to day operations of our service. You will be working in a team that is supportive of each other and aims to improve and develop our services continuously, with a clear focus on growing the branch.
The perfect candidate for this role will be able to design processes to increase efficiency, responsiveness as well as staff and service user’s safety.
Policy development and implementation in line with CQC.
As a Registered Manager, you’ll be responsible for ensuring the delivery of a high quality, responsive and person-centred services that meet the needs of customers.
Forecasting and planning the delivery of care to enable adequate support for our clients and carers.
Managing the daily operations of the care service, line-management of Care Coordinators and recruiters
Managing and leading a team of carers to ensure adequate delivery of care to people in their own homes. Making sure that the team dynamics are promoting the delivery of high-quality care
Ensuring that the service is meeting CQC requirements and remains compliant.
Daily management of stakeholders, local authorities and client families.
Manage and support recruitment and retention of staff and leading the team to deliver an exceptional service.
Manage Business development and strategies to ensure continuity and growth
Enable and support staff members to engage service users and to build strategic, long term and sustainable relationships
Essential Criteria for this role:
Strong understanding and experience in the care industry.
Undergraduate degree holder required desired
Additionally – RQF/ NVQ Level 5 in Health & Social Care qualification or a Registered Manager Award
Experience managing a community based care service.
Experience of staff management and deployment into a social care environment.
A strong understanding of a person-centred approach to supporting people.
Ability to work weekends and long hours when required.
Strong Microsoft Office skills (Outlook, Excel, Word, PowerPoint, etc.)
Organized, strong leadership and communication skills
Strong decision making skills
Vision, tenacity, drive, intuition and strategic thinking.
Full UK Driving Licence with access to a vehicle
Enhanced DBS Certificate
We offer an excellent benefits package:
Excellent salary of £33,000+ per annum
Fully paid induction training programme and any on-going training as required
Support to study care qualifications and enhance personal development
28 days paid holiday per annum + pension
If you feel that this is the job for you then we’d love to hear from you!
The ideal candidate for this position will succeed in this role if they have both knowledge and technical depth about the company and the industry. This is essential as they will be a central person in the decision making process, working with multiple individuals across different teams when necessary.