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Registered Manager

Registered Manager

Full Time - Eastbourne

Salary: £26K - £30K

The Company

Our client is a home care that deliveries exceptional nursing and extra care to clients and their specialization are on dementia care.

The Role

You will be responsible for all service users, staff, relatives and other officials who visit the Home.

You will be responsible for all compliance, health and safety aspects of the home.

Primary Responsibilities

? Responsible for the day to day management of the home.
? Proactively market the home to ensure full occupancy is achieved.
? Being on call to deal with emergencies.
? Promote high standards of performance in the clinical, administrative, financial, training and care procedures within the home.

? Delegate functions to the trained staff and senior carers and supervise their performance.

Appraisals and formal supervision to be documented appropriately.

The ideal candidate will be:

? Organised, communicative and efficient
? Previous manager experience required
? You must work an occasional evening shift and weekend day.

? You are expected to work 20% of your working hours on the floor
? 42 hours a week.

? Working hours will be between 8.00am and 4.00pm.

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