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Registered Children's Home Manager

To hold legal responsibility and provide leadership and management of registered children's home; overseeing and ensuring the delivery of high-quality care to the young people in the home.

Managing and developing staff teams and individuals, as well as contributing to the overall objectives of the wider organisation.

Main duties & responsibilities :

  • To act in a manner that is befitting of the Care Home as provider of children's services and in line with the organisation's values at all times.

  • To aspire at all times to a standard of excellence in all areas of working practice and expect the same of others, role modelling this standard to colleagues.

  • To act with integrity, honesty and child centred practice at all times and expect the same of others.

  • To utilise planning and organisational skills to support the Care Home Services to achieve its goals and objectives.

  • To apply a high level of commitment and positive attitude to all aspects of working practice.

  • To act in a respectful, polite and transparent manner at all times, actively monitoring and providing feedback to individuals and line manager in this regard.

  • To act as a member of the staff team and wider organisation, supporting colleagues and being prepared to receive support as necessary.

Requirement :

  • Professional social work qualification: DipSW CQSW or equivalent or Level 5 Diploma in Leadership and

  • Management for Residential Childcare

  • (England)(QCF) or the equivalent predecessor qualification in England/Wales for the role

  • Plus, Level 3 in Children & Young People or equivalent

  • Willing to work unsocial hours, flexible and self-motivated.

  • Full driving licence.

  • Good physical and mental health (the appointment is subject to a satisfactory medical report)

  • Experience of assessment, care planning, and review.

  • Thorough knowledge of child development issues and the pathology of abused young people.

Pay Rate:

£32,000 - £42,000 (depending on experience - plus bonuses)