The Future Care Group
Posting date: 22 November 2021
Salary: £60,000 per hour
Additional salary information: Employee Benefit Scheme
Hours: Full time
Closing date: 22 December 2021
Location: Upton-Upon-Severn, Worcestershire, WR8 0SB
Company: The Future Care Group
Job type: Permanent
Job reference: 608/152
Registered Care Home Manager
The Boynes Care Centre, Upton upon Severn, Worcestershire
Salary up to £60K Dependant on experience
***Must be able to provide proven track record of achieving good CQC rating or above.***
Generous Achievable Bonus Scheme – our points-based bonus scheme will top up your income with thousands of pounds every time you improve the Home’s CQC rating or Increase the Home’s occupancy. On top of that, you will receive a £5,000 Welcome bonus as well! (Welcome bonus only applicable to direct candidates)
Have you ever thought about a career in Social Care? Or you maybe already work in the Social Care Sector and looking for an employer who would take care of your future? Look no further – The Future Care Group offers career progression, training and development, amazing employee benefits and highly competitive rates. And in this uncertain times, Social care is one of the few sectors that can offer you employment and continuous income
If you are an experienced Care Home Manager who is looking for a personal challenge whilst being really well financially rewarded, keep reading.
We have an opportunity for you to join a growing, reputable, family run business where you have the opportunity to influence the direction of the company by discussing your ideas for improvement directly with the Managing Director. Working at The Future Care Group feels like working with a family, and not for a family.
And to top that up, we pride ourselves with embracing change and constantly improving our systems, making them digital and future-proof. We have already implemented one of the most sophisticated electronic care planning systems in the country and continue implementing new software solutions to support the managers and drive the business forward, ensuring best possible care is being delivered to our residents.
The Company’s mission
Making a difference in the life of people we engage with and inspiring moments of joy and happiness and a sense of belonging within one of our unique communities based on the needs and choices of the individual.
The Boynes Care Centre is a substantial country residence combining classic English styling with a profusion of character. This unique dwelling is in an enviable position with panoramic views of the magnificent Malvern Hills. The gardens and grounds boast large sweeping lawns with an abundance of fine mature trees and shrubs, extending to more than four acres. The wildlife makes this home, a nature lovers’ dream.
Perfectly located in Upton-On-Severn, situated only a short distance from the banks of the River Severn, the home is only a 10-minute drive from Malvern and 20 minutes from Worcester in the north and Tewksbury in the south.
The Job Role
The role of the Registered Manager is to manage all aspects of the Home’s daily operation, ensuring that the highest possible standard of care is provided in accordance with company policy and registration with the CQC, where residents are enabled to live with dignity and wellbeing. Residents and families are encouraged to contribute to the care planning process, and respect their choices, diversity and always maintain their dignity.
The Registered Manager is responsible for maintaining and/or improving the CQC rating for the Home. The Home Manager will head the Management Team made up of the Deputy Manager and Clinical Lead and working alongside them is the Administration Manager. In view of the wide diversification of duties, time management and the ability to prioritise are essential. Knowledge of IT is needed as the Home operates a computerised Care Management System, and has time and attendance recording and appraisal systems.
A staff development programme operates, and all trained staff are required to keep up to date in accordance with the NMC Registration. In addition, the Registered Manager will facilitate the on-going training, development and supervision of the healthcare team.
Rewards and Benefits
Our staff are at the heart of what we do, which is why in return for your dedication you will receive a competitive salary, as well as several benefits, including but not limited to:
Highly competitive salary
£4,000 Welcome Bonus – paid upon completion of probation period
Performance Related Bonus Scheme
Career progression Opportunities
33 days leave (including Bank Holidays) per year
Employee Benefit Package – great savings, discounts & rewards; Discounts at major supermarkets, High Street Stores, Cinemas and many more
Free hot meals
You will receive regular help and support from our Central Support Team on different matters, including Operations, Quality and Compliance, HR, Finance, Sales and Marketing.
Your Future Matters.
The ideal candidate will have:
RN (first level)
At least two years as a Home Manager with a proven track record
Specialist Nursing Practices
Knowledge of Care Quality Commission (CQC) Guidelines.
Gold Standard Framework for end-of-life Care
Knowledge of Dementia Strategy and Dementia mapping is desired but not essential
Must have proof of Covid vaccinations
The post holder will hold the relevant qualifications; have experience of working within a Dual Registered Care Home and proven record of running a Home that has been awarded a minimum of a “Good” CQC rating. The role involves working at weekends to monitor service quality on a 7-day-a-week basis.
If you feel you can provide excellent care for residents and approachable attitude towards subordinates, then this is the perfect opportunity for you, click apply now and will we be in touch to discuss the role in more detail.
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