Deputy Manager in Leicester

Care Division

Deputy Manager in Leicester

Bleep 360 Care – Who are we?

Bleep 360 Care are a rapidly expanding National Care Provider, operating OFSTED and CQC provision across the UK. With Homes throughout Plymouth, Devon, the Midlands and the Wider Home Counties; this great opportunity is to assist with the running of one children’s home offering the very best in Care and Support. 

Bleep 360 has one very clear philosophy that typifies who we are and that is “going the extra mile even if it means building the road”.

The below is aimed at an individual with a strong background in supporting children and young people with a range of learning difficulties, mental health conditions as well as emotional and behavioural difficulties


Duties

Ensuring the smooth running of the care package and overseeing care teams, attending meetings with external agencies specifically social care, ensuring the best possible care is provided, consider the development of the adults and young people in our care.

You will need to keep all relevant parties up to date with vital information regarding the care of the adults and young people we support.

You also will be responsible for: supporting the registered manager in ensuring that local services adhere to CQC’s key outcomes, Ofsted’s 9 quality standards and our internal quality standards, making sure that these are upheld with the highest regard.

Auditing, improvements, staff supervision, mentoring and staff training, Weekly risk management meetings are also essential for you to attend with Social Care to discuss individuals supported.

You will need to create care plans and risk assessments for the individuals in your care and to ensure the staff stick to these plans to provide the safest care. You will also need to review these plans regularly and update them if it is required.

You will be passionate about the delivery of first-class care to adults with learning disabilities and associated mental health issues and children and young people who may have experienced significant trauma in their lives, always putting their best interests first. In addition, you will also be responsible for supporting the ongoing development & training of staff ensuring our service provisions maintain the highest standard of care in accordance with quality, OFSTED & CQC standards and regulations.

Essential Qualifications

Degree/QCF Level 5 in Health and Social Care – or be working towards the completion of this

GCSE English minimum of a C

 

Responsibilities:

Management of staff

Supervision of staff

Deputising when manager is not on duty

Potentially helping out with rota management

Willing to be client-facing i.e. attending external stakeholder meetings i.e. review meetings/ best interest meetings

Doing pre-screen risk assessments/ risk assessments of referrals

Writing reports to aid successful placements

Longer-term transition into management with management and leadership training

Supporting the placements to operate to CQC / OFSTED registration and to an outstanding level

Supporting the delivery of high-quality care at all times

Ensuring that all current legislation is met and exceeded.

Develop and maintain key relationships with individuals we support, staff, parents and all other stakeholders.

Be aware and safeguard the emotional and physical wellbeing of the individuals we support.


Key Attributes:

Confident, honest with a mature attitude

Experienced with working in & leading a team

A forward, logical thinker. Can provide solutions to problems; able to identify inefficiencies with a system or function and can think of possible solutions to resolve

Is able to liaise, work and communicate effectively with multiple parties in order to achieve a desired outcome

Able to deal with pressure; lead by example to work under respective conditions and to come out with the best possible outcome

Self-motivated and able to motivate others

Capable of coaching and training others

Respectful and understanding of keeping information confidential

Ambitious

Adaptable to change; someone who is able to effectively respond to change. Confident in rolling out and enforcing/ supporting relevant changes to the team and company (if

An ability to organise time and prioritise tasks

A calm demeanour, particularly whilst incidents are occurring in the work place

An ability to support staff and to enable staff to manage any workplace stress

Willingness to participate in on-call rota

Desired (but not required) experience:

Experience with holding team meetings

Experience with carrying out appraisals, supervisions and performance reviews

Experience with managing annual leave, sickness and lateness for team members

If you are interested in this role & would like to a further discussion around it, please do not hesitate to contact us directly on: 03456 463 360

Sophie Roberts

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