Registered Manager

Posted 28 April 2023
Salary £38000 - £50000 per annum + Holiday Pay
Job type Temporary / Shift Work
DisciplineSocial Care
Contact NameNeave Winterbourne

Job description

Do you have experience running a Children's Residential Home?

Are you a strong character with a resilient personality?

Do you live in or near Oxfordshire?

We are looking for an Interim Registered Manager to run a six-bed residential home, supporting children with Learning Difficulties and Challenging Behaviour in Oxfordshire. There is also an opportunity to apply for the role on a longer-term permanent basis.

Benefits for you:

  • Becoming a Registered Manager for a National Children's Charity
  • Comprehensive training programme to help develop your career
  • Opportunity to make changes and implement new processes in to the home
  • A large support team around you
  • Opportunity to go permanent and provide stability in your profession
  • The client is building a therapeutic network that you can be a part of!
  • Competitive Salary
  • Accessible location
  • Flexible Working Hours that suit you
  • Central location in Oxfordshire

Contracted house for Registered Manager:

  • 37 hours per week
  • Monday - Friday (9:00-17:00/10:00-18:00/11:00-19:00)
  • Part of the on-call rota

Salary Banding:

  • Salary Range from £38,000 - £50,000 per annum

Requirements for you:

Desirable for applicants to hold any of these qualifications:

  • NVQ or QCF Level 5 in Leadership and Management
  • Level 5 Diploma in Leadership for Health and Social Care and Children and Young People's Services with Children and Young People Residential Management Pathway.
  • NVQ 4 Level 4 Leadership and Management combined with NVQ Level 4 Social Care and a Registered Managers Award
  • Experience working as a Registered Manager within children's services
  • Experience working in a Ofsted regulated home
  • Staff management and performance management
  • Hiring of new staff into a service
  • Be able to build rapport with commissioners and agencies to help support the staffing for the homes.
  • Essential to have good time management skills to be able to oversee the challenges of the home