Additional Resources Ltd.

Deputy Care Manager

Deputy Care Manager - Great Oxendon - Northamptonshire

Salary: £10-£11 per hour + 10% Bonus

The Company

Our client is a privately owned group, which currently operate five care homes for the elderly, with significant expansion plans for the future.

Whilst they aim to be a profitable company and provide shareholder returns, their mission is to provide the highest standards of care for clients in their own homes and to improve elderly care in the United Kingdom

The Role

Be responsible for the total management of the home in the Manager's absence when required to do so

Create clear and effective lines of communication and working relationships, both within the home and with families, other professionals and agencies involved in the care of residents

Ensure all staff instil a culture of putting service users' needs first and providing excellent care

Maintain relationships with internal and external agencies including the local community, General Practitioners, Social Services, District Nurses, the PCT, CQC and other relevant government or local authority departments

To be competent in being able to fully compile a person centred care plan

Ensure the safe handling and proper documentation of medicines

Ensure the Manager is kept fully informed of all major developments (i.e.

staff issues, occupancy, complaints, inspections) at all times

Ensure staff are kept fully informed of all new developments in the home

Role Responsibilities:

Care Plans

Daily Charts

Infection Control, Dignity in Care and Health & Safety Audits

Essential Skills & Requirements:

Essential:

Relevant Professional qualification (e.g.

Registered Nurse or NVQ minimum level 3)

Minimum of three years' experience in residential / nursing home setting of which at least one year must be with people living with dementia

Awareness of the principles of Person Centred Care Planning

Full Driving Licence

To ensure knowledge is gained to demonstrate a good understanding of the prevention of abuse of vulnerable adults, recognition of the signs of abuse and procedures to follow in the event of an allegation of abuse

Preferred:

Knowledge of National Care Standards Act 2000

Experience of supervising staff

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Additional Resources are an Employment Business and an Employment Agency as defined within The Conduct of Employment Agencies & Employment Businesses Regulations 2003.




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