Major Healthcare

Deputy Manager – Children’s Residential Home

Responsibilities

Contributing to the young person’s care plans and risk assessments, their review and implementation

Forming effective relationships with young people, their families (if appropriate) and external agencies

Ensuring the home is kept clean and in a tidy condition, adhering to the cleaning rota system, encouraging the young people to participate as appropriate.

Ensuring that good quality records are maintained as required with supervision and advice from shift and Managers.

Maintaining and promoting residential care work to high levels of professionalism expected by Ofsted.

Contributing to the educational and social development of each young person and assisting in the implementation of Individual Education Programs

Meeting the emotional and physical needs of our young people and maximising opportunities for their development

Providing support to the deputy/manager of the home whilst on shift and performing senior duties as directed

Requirements

  • Level 3 Diploma in Children and Young People or equivalent (desirable)
  • Experience in a children’s home setting (essential)
  • Passion to help nurture young people.
  • Be able to work shift patterns including sleep ins (rota plan given in advance but likely to be 1 on, 2 off)
  • Full, UK driving licence (essential)
  • All candidates must be over the age of 21 to meet industry regulations.

Successful employment is subject to satisfactory Full Enhanced Disclosure, right to work and reference checks in line with government regulations and Safer Recruitment Practices (the company will cover the costs)

Apply now below and be part of a team making a meaningful difference in the lives of young people!

Please use Emma Barnes as the contact for this on emmabarnes@major-recruitment.com

INDJO

Ofsted Registered Manager – Children’s Residential Home

Responsibilities

As a registered Home Manager, you will implement and work in accordance with all aspects of the Statement of Purpose for your home and have a thorough understanding of the regulations and legislation which set the standards within a Children’s Home setting.

You will be an effective partnership builder, working with parents, carers, and other professionals to safeguard and promote the welfare of young people. You will support and offer supervision to staff in line with regulations and ensure that the safeguarding of young people remains at the forefront of practice, and young people remain consulted about the quality of care they receive.

Full job description available on request

Requirements

You must have recent experience working within the residential sector at registered manager level within a children’s residential service.

A Certified Diploma Level 3 or 4 in Residential Childcare (Children and Young Peoples Workforce) or equivalent as a minimum

Thorough understanding of the regulations and legislation which set the standards within a Children’s Home setting.

Ability to work closely with Responsible Individual and key individuals within the strategic partnership.

Substantive experience in a Managerial role including supervisory experience.

A Certified Diploma Level 5 Leadership and Management qualification or equivalent, or a willingness to work towards completing this.

Experience in leading and supervising a team within a Residential Childcare setting.

Full UK Manual Driving Licence

Successful employment is subject to satisfactory Full Enhanced Disclosure, right to work and reference checks in line with government regulations and Safer Recruitment Practices (the company will cover the costs)

Apply now below and be part of a team making a meaningful difference in the lives of young people!

Please use Emma Barnes as the contact for this on emmabarnes@major-recruitment.com

INDJO

Ofsted Registered Manager – Children’s Residential Home

Responsibilities

As a registered Home Manager, you will implement and work in accordance with all aspects of the Statement of Purpose for your home and have a thorough understanding of the regulations and legislation which set the standards within a Children’s Home setting.

You will be an effective partnership builder, working with parents, carers, and other professionals to safeguard and promote the welfare of young people. You will support and offer supervision to staff in line with regulations and ensure that the safeguarding of young people remains at the forefront of practice, and young people remain consulted about the quality of care they receive.

Full job description available on request

Requirements

You must have recent experience working within the residential sector at registered manager level within a children’s residential service.

A Certified Diploma Level 3 or 4 in Residential Childcare (Children and Young Peoples Workforce) or equivalent as a minimum

Thorough understanding of the regulations and legislation which set the standards within a Children’s Home setting.

Ability to work closely with Responsible Individual and key individuals within the strategic partnership.

Substantive experience in a Managerial role including supervisory experience.

A Certified Diploma Level 5 Leadership and Management qualification or equivalent, or a willingness to work towards completing this.

Experience in leading and supervising a team within a Residential Childcare setting.

Full UK Manual Driving Licence

Successful employment is subject to satisfactory Full Enhanced Disclosure, right to work and reference checks in line with government regulations and Safer Recruitment Practices (the company will cover the costs)

Apply now below and be part of a team making a meaningful difference in the lives of young people!

Please use Emma Barnes as the contact for this on emmabarnes@major-recruitment.com

INDJO

Ofsted Registered Manager – Children’s Residential Home

Responsibilities

As a registered Home Manager, you will implement and work in accordance with all aspects of the Statement of Purpose for your home and have a thorough understanding of the regulations and legislation which set the standards within a Children’s Home setting.

You will be an effective partnership builder, working with parents, carers, and other professionals to safeguard and promote the welfare of young people. You will support and offer supervision to staff in line with regulations and ensure that the safeguarding of young people remains at the forefront of practice, and young people remain consulted about the quality of care they receive.

Full job description available on request

Requirements

You must have recent experience working within the residential sector at registered manager level within a children’s residential service.

A Certified Diploma Level 3 or 4 in Residential Childcare (Children and Young Peoples Workforce) or equivalent as a minimum

Thorough understanding of the regulations and legislation which set the standards within a Children’s Home setting.

Ability to work closely with Responsible Individual and key individuals within the strategic partnership.

Substantive experience in a Managerial role including supervisory experience.

A Certified Diploma Level 5 Leadership and Management qualification or equivalent, or a willingness to work towards completing this.

Experience in leading and supervising a team within a Residential Childcare setting.

Full UK Manual Driving Licence

Successful employment is subject to satisfactory Full Enhanced Disclosure, right to work and reference checks in line with government regulations and Safer Recruitment Practices (the company will cover the costs)

Apply now below and be part of a team making a meaningful difference in the lives of young people!

Please use Emma Barnes as the contact for this on emmabarnes@major-recruitment.com

INDJO

Team Leader – Children’s Residential Home

Our teams are “professional parents who are nurturing and supportive, giving our children high levels of care and allowing them to achieve amazing outcomes and provide therapeutic, EBD and complex trauma support services.

Responsibilities:

  • Contributing to the young person’s care plans and risk assessments, their review and implementation
    Forming effective relationships with young people, their families (if appropriate) and external agencies
  • Ensuring that good quality records are maintained as required with supervision and advice from shift and Managers.
  • Maintaining and promoting residential care work to high levels of professionalism expected by Ofsted.
  • Contributing to the educational and social development of each young person and assisting in the implementation of Individual Education Programs
  • Providing support to the deputy/manager of the home whilst on shift and performing senior duties as directed

Requirements

  • Experience in a children’s home setting (essential)
  • Passion to help nurture young people.
  • Be able to work shift patterns including sleep ins (rota plan given in advance but likely to be 1 on, 2 off)
  • All candidates must be over the age of 21 to meet industry regulations.

Successful employment is subject to satisfactory Full Enhanced Disclosure, right to work and reference checks in

line with government regulations and Safer Recruitment Practices (the company will cover the costs.

INDJO

Health care responder

Major Health care are recruiting Rapid Resonders on a 6months contract.

We require Care Assistants to join the existing team delivering both safe and effective care to service users in their own homes.

You will be required to work day or night shifts with our clients providing short term cover for sickness or holidays.

A full driving licence with access to own vehicle is essential for this role as you will be required to travel to the individual home when the respond buzzer is pressed.

Experience in the care sector is essential, knowlege of moving and habdling and emergancy resonse also.

Hours of work are 0600-1300 / 1300-2000 and the night 2000-0600

5 days per week on a rota basis – as will include weeknds.

Skills & experience:

Previous experience in care, preferably complex care.
Ability to work independently and flexibly to meet both the needs of the business and Clients.
Excellent written and verbal communication
Commitment to deliver a high standard of care

We offer in return
Weekly pay
Full paid Induction Training programme covering both mandatory and clinical complex training
Continued Professional Development
24hr Advice Support Line
Pension Scheme
Dicounts in many shops
INDTS

Registered Manager – Children’s Residential Home

Responsibilities

As a registered Home Manager, you will implement and work in accordance with all aspects of the Statement of Purpose for your home and have a thorough understanding of the regulations and legislation which set the standards within a Children’s Home setting.

You will be an effective partnership builder, working with parents, carers, and other professionals to safeguard and promote the welfare of young people. You will support and offer supervision to staff in line with regulations and ensure that the safeguarding of young people remains at the forefront of practice, and young people remain consulted about the quality of care they receive.

Full job description available on request

Requirements

You must have recent experience working within the residential sector at registered manager level within a children’s residential service.

A Certified Diploma Level 3 or 4 in Residential Childcare (Children and Young Peoples Workforce) or equivalent as a minimum

Thorough understanding of the regulations and legislation which set the standards within a Children’s Home setting.

Ability to work closely with Responsible Individual and key individuals within the strategic partnership.

Substantive experience in a Managerial role including supervisory experience.

A Certified Diploma Level 5 Leadership and Management qualification or equivalent, or a willingness to work towards completing this.

Experience in leading and supervising a team within a Residential Childcare setting.

Full UK Manual Driving Licence

Successful employment is subject to satisfactory Full Enhanced Disclosure, right to work and reference checks in line with government regulations and Safer Recruitment Practices (the company will cover the costs)

Apply now below and be part of a team making a meaningful difference in the lives of young people!

Please use Emma Barnes as the contact for this on emmabarnes@major-recruitment.com

INDJO

Registered Manager – Children’s Residential Home

Responsibilities

As a registered Home Manager, you will implement and work in accordance with all aspects of the Statement of Purpose for your home and have a thorough understanding of the regulations and legislation which set the standards within a Children’s Home setting.

You will be an effective partnership builder, working with parents, carers, and other professionals to safeguard and promote the welfare of young people. You will support and offer supervision to staff in line with regulations and ensure that the safeguarding of young people remains at the forefront of practice, and young people remain consulted about the quality of care they receive.

Full job description available on request

Requirements

You must have recent experience working within the residential sector at registered manager level within a children’s residential service.

A Certified Diploma Level 3 or 4 in Residential Childcare (Children and Young Peoples Workforce) or equivalent as a minimum

Thorough understanding of the regulations and legislation which set the standards within a Children’s Home setting.

Ability to work closely with Responsible Individual and key individuals within the strategic partnership.

Substantive experience in a Managerial role including supervisory experience.

A Certified Diploma Level 5 Leadership and Management qualification or equivalent, or a willingness to work towards completing this.

Experience in leading and supervising a team within a Residential Childcare setting.

Full UK Manual Driving Licence

Successful employment is subject to satisfactory Full Enhanced Disclosure, right to work and reference checks in line with government regulations and Safer Recruitment Practices (the company will cover the costs)

Apply now below and be part of a team making a meaningful difference in the lives of young people!

Please use Emma Barnes as the contact for this on emmabarnes@major-recruitment.com

INDJO

Registered Manager – Children’s Residential Home

Responsibilities

As a registered Home Manager, you will implement and work in accordance with all aspects of the Statement of Purpose for your home and have a thorough understanding of the regulations and legislation which set the standards within a Children’s Home setting.

You will be an effective partnership builder, working with parents, carers, and other professionals to safeguard and promote the welfare of young people. You will support and offer supervision to staff in line with regulations and ensure that the safeguarding of young people remains at the forefront of practice, and young people remain consulted about the quality of care they receive.

Full job description available on request

Requirements

You must have recent experience working within the residential sector at registered manager level within a children’s residential service.

A Certified Diploma Level 3 or 4 in Residential Childcare (Children and Young Peoples Workforce) or equivalent as a minimum

Thorough understanding of the regulations and legislation which set the standards within a Children’s Home setting.

Ability to work closely with Responsible Individual and key individuals within the strategic partnership.

Substantive experience in a Managerial role including supervisory experience.

A Certified Diploma Level 5 Leadership and Management qualification or equivalent, or a willingness to work towards completing this.

Experience in leading and supervising a team within a Residential Childcare setting.

Full UK Manual Driving Licence

Successful employment is subject to satisfactory Full Enhanced Disclosure, right to work and reference checks in line with government regulations and Safer Recruitment Practices (the company will cover the costs)

Apply now below and be part of a team making a meaningful difference in the lives of young people!

Please use Emma Barnes as the contact for this on emmabarnes@major-recruitment.com

INDJO

Experienced Maintenance person Care Home

The post holder will be experienced and ensure the security, safety, cleanliness, maintenance and repair within operational policy and procedures within the service.

Key Duties/Areas of Responsibility

  1. Carry out general building and premises maintenance this to include minor repair work
  1. Make sure outside areas of the premises, parking areas, pathways and shrubbery are free from litter and are kept clean and tidy.
  1. Undertake some gardening maintenance.
  1. Undertake a range of Domestic Cleaning, this to include, high level cleaning, cleaning of equipment, shampooing carpets, hard surface floor cleaning and polishing.
  1. Liaise with and direct trades people (Council and Contractor) when they are carrying out repairs.
  1. Maintain effective repairs schedule and information.
  1. Order supplies through support staff and receive goods, store and distribution throughout premises. Ensure supplies are maintained to correct stock levels.
  1. Carry out checks on various equipment including fire alarm testing and security of building
  1. Spread grit and clear snow during winter months.
  1. Liaise with Building Manager EDS
  2. Experience in this Role is prefered

You must be flexible in your approach to work and have excellent verbal and written communication skills. You will be involved in discussions on works to carry out and liase with outside contractors.
Be able to use your initiative and decide in the order of daily tasks.

This post is Monday to Friday and hours to be discussed on interview.

If you would like to join this great team please submit your CV.

INDTS