• Independent multi-sector recruitment specialist

Kent

Deputy Manager (Children’s Residential Home)

Deputy Manager – Therapeutic EBD Children’s Residential Home – £28,000 – £36,000 Based in Maidstone Kent – (Flexi Working)

An empathetic and proactive Deputy Manager is sought to a assist in the smooth running of a children’s homes in the miadstone area , The provider is a well established children’s service with multiple OFSTED regulated locations under their banner. .

The ultimate responsibility of the position is to ensure excellent outcomes for the young people residing in the home which caters for Multiple Children with Emotional Behavioural needs whilst ensuring the highest standards of compliance in line with Ofsted regulation.

Role Responsibilities:

To support the home manager in undertaking the following responsibilities or in their absence to take on the management of the home and be directly responsible for these;

  • To provide leadership and management of the home.
  • To maintain an in-depth knowledge of The Children’s Homes Regulations and Quality Standards, the Children Act, other relevant legislation and guidance and company policy and procedure.
  • To safeguard and promote the wellbeing of the resident young people.
  • To manage the homes staff team.
  • To manage a quality service aiming to achieve a ‘Good’ or ‘Outstanding’ Ofsted rating.
  • To provide a therapeutic environment that promotes and supports children / young people’s recovery from their abusive and traumatic life experiences.
  • To represent the home to outside agencies and ensure compliance with the statutory requirements imposed by them and requirements of commissioners.
  • To work with the wider management team to contribute to the planning and development of the group and to provide management support to other areas of the service where required.
  • To maintain occupancy levels that are both commensurate with the business needs of the service and needs of the young people placed.

Personal Attributes

  • Enthusiastic, resilient and good with people.
  • Ability to inspire, develop, grow and lead exceptional teams.
  • Have good judgement about when to act to ensure the safety of others and to seek advice from others.
  • Ability to apply and maintain appropriate professional boundaries, standards and values in practice.
  • Self disciplined.
  • Self awareness and ability to reflect on own practice and that of others.
  • Child focused
  • Motivation/ desire to improve the lives of children and young people.
  • Psychologically minded- ability to look beyond behaviour and understand causes and meaning.
  • Ability to accept guidance and direction from senior managers

Essential Qualifications

  • Level 3 Diploma Residential child care or equivalent. Essential.
  • Level 5 Leadership and management in Residential Childcare, Desirable.
  • Therapy or therapeutic care qualification – Desirable

For further information about the position and the organisation please apply today.

Job Types: Full-time, Permanent

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Senior Support Worker (Children’s Residential)

Senior Support Worker – Sittingbourne – flexible full time shifts and Hours – £23,000 – £30,000PA

Do you believe that children who have been hurt in relationships, can heal in relationships, within an environment that is wholly focused on facilitating children’s growth and recovery?

Can you work in a team who feel valued and empowered to keep taking the risk of offering love, care, consistent presence and boundaries, to a traumatised child to change the child’s world?

We provide specialist therapeutic home environments for children with a range of complexities.

You will need to share our ethos and be committed to integrating a trauma informed approach, working closely with psychologists and therapists in all aspects of a child’s care.

You will receive on-going training, reflective supervision and therapeutic consultation to expand your knowledge, understanding and application of attachment and developmental trauma.

Due to expansion we have a vacancy for a Senior Therapeutic Support Worker.

We’d love to hear from you!

Job Types: Full-time, Permanent

Salary: £25,500.00-£35,500.00 per year

Benefits:

  • Casual dress
  • Company events
  • Discounted or free food
  • On-site parking
  • Wellness programme

Schedule:

  • Day shift
  • Holidays
  • Monday to Friday (least 1 weekend in 4)
  • flexible shifts
  • Overtime
  • Weekend availability

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Deputy Manager (Children’s Residential Home)

Deputy Manager – Children’s Residential Home – £25,000 – £35,000 Based in Folkestone

An empathetic and proactive Deputy Manager is sought to a assist in the smooth running of a children’s homes in the miadstone area , The provider is a well established children’s service with multiple OFSTED regulated locations under their banner. .

The ultimate responsibility of the position is to ensure excellent outcomes for the young people residing in the home which caters for Multiple Children with Emotional Behavioural needs whilst ensuring the highest standards of compliance in line with Ofsted regulation.

Role Responsibilities:

To support the home manager in undertaking the following responsibilities or in their absence to take on the management of the home and be directly responsible for these;

  • To provide leadership and management of the home.
  • To maintain an in-depth knowledge of The Children’s Homes Regulations and Quality Standards, the Children Act, other relevant legislation and guidance and company policy and procedure.
  • To safeguard and promote the wellbeing of the resident young people.
  • To manage the homes staff team.
  • To manage a quality service aiming to achieve a ‘Good’ or ‘Outstanding’ Ofsted rating.
  • To provide a therapeutic environment that promotes and supports children / young people’s recovery from their abusive and traumatic life experiences.
  • To represent the home to outside agencies and ensure compliance with the statutory requirements imposed by them and requirements of commissioners.
  • To work with the wider management team to contribute to the planning and development of the group and to provide management support to other areas of the service where required.
  • To maintain occupancy levels that are both commensurate with the business needs of the service and needs of the young people placed.

Personal Attributes

  • Enthusiastic, resilient and good with people.
  • Ability to inspire, develop, grow and lead exceptional teams.
  • Have good judgement about when to act to ensure the safety of others and to seek advice from others.
  • Ability to apply and maintain appropriate professional boundaries, standards and values in practice.
  • Self disciplined.
  • Self awareness and ability to reflect on own practice and that of others.
  • Child focused
  • Motivation/ desire to improve the lives of children and young people.
  • Psychologically minded- ability to look beyond behaviour and understand causes and meaning.
  • Ability to accept guidance and direction from senior managers

Essential Qualifications

  • Level 3 Diploma Residential child care or equivalent. Essential.
  • Level 5 Leadership and management in Residential Childcare, Desirable.
  • Therapy or therapeutic care qualification – Desirable

For further information about the position and the organisation please apply today.

Job Types: Full-time, Permanent

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Hearing Aid Dispenser

Hearing Aid Dispenser

Maidstone

£40,000 – £70,000 Salary Package

Independent

Exclusive benefits package

Job ID: 191022-2816

Major Recruitment is working with a superb independent Opticians and Hearing Care provider of private optical and hearing healthcare, providing life changing hearing tests. This is a fantastic chance to join a growing business with true pedigree within the market and a fantastic working culture.

The Hearing Aid Dispenser team benefit enormously from having more time with each patient as well as receiving support and guidance that will help maximise the customer experience, making the end dispense easy and natural.

Be part of a wider team where you can benchmark your performance against others whilst enjoying the sharing of good practice techniques, overcoming day-to-day obstacles, as well as the usual internal friendly competition that keeps the role fresh and exciting.

It is often said that being part of the company team feels like working with family and friends, as they pride themselves on having a down to earth, supportive culture.

Key Advantages

  • £40,000 – £70,000 Salary Package
  • Have long enough to do thorough hearing assessments
  • Exclusive benefits
  • Continuous advances in technology with all the latest high spec equipment
  • Offering services including Hearing Tests / Hearing Aids / Tinnitus Management / Hearing Protection / Ear Wax Removal
  • Working with a team of experienced professionals who arrange weekly huddles to help support team members and to work together
  • Regular internal and external training arranged offering a bespoke training and a dedicated Professional Services Support Team

Details and requirements

  • Full and part time considered (3 – 5 days a week)
  • Ability to work with others as well as autonomously is essential
  • Qualified Audiologist/Hearing Aid Dispenser (Essential)
  • Eligible to work in the UK
  • HCPC registered (Essential)

Salary and benefits

  • £40,000 – £70,00 basic salary + exclusive benefits
  • Benefits included: professional fees / pension / Bonus TBC / staff discounts + More

Apply for this role by sending your CV to the email below. If you would like more details and to have a confidential chat, please do not hesitate to email or call.

Email: lukeshearstone@major-recruitment.com / Call or Text: 07881287964

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