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Deputy Manager- Learning Difficulties

  • Salary: Up to £22275 per annum + Additional Benefits
  • Location: Surrey
  • Date posted: 10-04-2018
  • Sector: Social Care
  • Job type: Permanent
  • Job reference: HQ00003176_1523401207

A national not-for-profit organisation, that support adults with learning difficulties, autism and complex needs, is looking for a Deputy Manager to join their service.

As Deputy Manager, you will be encouraging the service users to be independent in their daily lives and actively encourage relationships within the community. This a terrific opportunity to work for a highly established national organisation, in which you'll have clear career progression to senior management.

What's on offer?

As Deputy Manager, you will be entitled to various benefits, such as:

  • Generous salary of up to £23,000
  • 31 days annual leave including bank holidays
  • A supportive senior management team
  • Clear path to management through training
  • Company pension scheme and high street vouchers


As Deputy Manager, you will support the Service Manager in maintaining the best care possible across the service. Your duties will inclued:

  • To deliver person-centred support to service users in accordance with CQC standards
  • To work collaboratively with the Service Manager to oversee the smooth running of the service
  • To motivate and inspiring your team through training and coaching
  • To establish and maintain excellent relationships with service users, their families, support staff and external professionals
  • Provide excellent care to the adults with learning difficulties, complex needs and autism
  • Monitor and evaluate the ongoing development of all staff


  • Full UK drivers licence and access to own car
  • Previous experience leading and managing a team
  • Flexible to work 365 shift patterns including earlies, nights and sleep ins.
  • Excellent communication skills

If you are interested in this opportunity to work as an Deputy Manager for a reputable care provider, then please follow the instructions to apply. Alternatively, you contact Danielle Taylor on 0118 948 5555