Ashton Under Lyne / £57,500 per annum / Permanent
This service is situated in Ashton Under Lyne, is currently seeking a dedicated and experienced Home Manager to join the team. The home provides person centred nursing and dementia care for men who also present with challenging behaviour in they way they communicate. The service is purpose built with 45 beds and has a good CQC, the team is highly skilled and committed to providing safe, effective and compassionate care to all residents.
This medium sized healthcare provider has 9 homes across the country where they strive to create an environment where all residents can relax, socialize, and maintain their independence while receiving the highest quality person-centred care.
Benefits for the Home Manager include:
* Salary of £57,500 per annum
* 28 days annual leave
* Access to excellent training and ongoing development
* Free onsite parking
* NEST work place pension contributions
* Long service awards
Duties for the Home Manager include:
* Oversee the day-to-day operations of the nursing home, ensuring the smooth running of all departments and maintaining high standards of care.
* Lead and motivate a team of dedicated staff members, providing guidance and support to ensure the delivery of person-centred care.
* Develop and maintain effective relationships with residents, their families, and external stakeholders, fostering a positive and welcoming atmosphere.
* Monitor and evaluate the quality of care provided, implementing improvements where necessary to enhance the resident experience.
* Ensure compliance with regulatory guidelines, policies, and procedures, maintaining a safe and secure environment for residents and staff.
* Manage budgets and resources effectively, contributing to financial sustainability and the achievement of operational targets.
Requirements for the Home Manager include:
* Registered Nurse with a Valid Pin
* Proven experience in a managerial role within the healthcare sector, preferably in a residential or nursing home setting.
* Demonstrated understanding of person-centred care principles and a commitment to delivering exceptional care standards.
* Excellent leadership and interpersonal skills, with the ability to inspire and motivate a team.
* Strong organizational and problem-solving abilities, with a keen attention to detail.
* Knowledge of relevant regulatory frameworks and a commitment to ensuring compliance.
* Effective communication skills, enabling positive engagement with residents, families, and external stakeholders.
* A genuine passion for providing high-quality care to elderly residents.
for further information or to apply directly please contact Amanda at Time Recruitment or alternatively apply below.