Corela recruitment have been retained by a leading Domiciliary Agency to recruit for a Registered Domiciliary Manager for their Belfast office.
Role type: Full time, permanent
Hours: 40 hours/week.
– 2 years previous management experience within a health setting
– at least a Level 5 qualification within Health and Social care( or equivalent)
– Right to work within the UK
– Good communication skills
Main purpose of the role:
To provide high quality homecare services that support the rights of service users to live the lives they choose as far as they are able. The registered manager is directly accountable to the Managing Director and to the regulatory body for domiciliary care.
All employees are expected to carry out their roles in line with the company’s values:
– Effective Communication
- Be responsible for the safe delivery of the service in line with legislative requirements and company policy and procedures
- Undertake training and development to keep up to date with the law, best practice and changes in company policy. Apply this knowledge to day to day management and delivery of care
- Understand and monitor health and safety in the workplace and in the field. Act as lead for infection prevention and control
- Maintain full and accurate records and reporting systems in accordance with legal requirements and to ensure the effective running of the business
- Promote the rights of each Service User and keep their wishes at the centre of their care and support
- Weekly, Monthly and Annual Quality Monitoring and Assurance Reports
- Make sure that prior to each service commencing, a customer assessment and risk assessment with the SU, and/or their chosen representatives, has been completed including what the SU needs and would like to achieve from their care and support
- Manage the effective recruitment, induction and training of the coordinator (s), business support and recruitment staff, supervisor (s), care workers and other support staff. Identify ongoing training needs and ensure staff are up to date with current best practice
- Ensure there are sufficient numbers of suitably qualified staff allocated appropriately to meet service needs at all times. Implement company policy and procedures in relation to managing absence, disciplinary, capability and grievance matters
- Provide information, guidance, and ongoing supervision to enable staff to carry out their roles effectively and safely. Carry out appraisals and monitoring of staff performance
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