Job Title: Area Manager
Hours: Full Time – 37.5 hours per week
Salary: £30,000 – £35,000 per annum
Excellent Company Benefits and Car Allowance
This is a fantastic and exciting opportunity to become an Area Manager at our Derbyshire services.
The Area Manager will lead services effectively and ensure that we are responsive to those we support in a caring and safe environment.
– Area Manager experience – essential
– Need to be experienced in, Autism, Learning Disabilities and Mental Health
- Ensure the vision of the organisation is translated into everyday service delivery by supporting those within the service to capture the wider business strategy.
- Lead those you manage through supervision, PDR, training and continuous development.
- Promote and demonstrate a positive ‘can do’ culture within your own practice and behaviour encouraging these attributes within the team.
- Hold those you manage accountable by understanding the expectations of all roles within the service, ensuring the support and resources are provided.
- Undertake the responsibility of Registered Manager as appropriate, leading the team through the compliance process as laid out in the CQC regulations.
- Identify the needs of the individual referred to services and propose a package of support.
- Design and implement all aspects of the commissioned package identifying; property and staffing requirements in relation to the identified needs.
- Deliver responsive, effective safe care and support in a person centred manner.
- Ensure the service and those within it adhere to organisational, legislative and contractual obligations.
- Establish good relationships with families, commissioners, advocates and other professionals involved in the care of the individual.
- Confirm the delivery of contracted hours and establish payment arrangements are in place.
- Identify bespoke learning and development requirements for effectively supporting individuals where appropriate whilst ensuring all mandatory training is current.
- Continually review and evaluate the service to identify the potential for improvements.
- Ensure outcomes for those within our services are met and reviewed in recognition of personal growth and development.
- Assess and manage the risks associated with developing services whilst promoting growth.
- Balance the individual’s rights and choices with delivering duty of care.
- Deliver the outcomes identified in the Quality Governance Strategy and Value Creation Plan as appropriate.
- Respond to the local need, filling voids within the service in a timely manner whilst supporting individual preferences, wishes and desires.
- Support colleagues in monitoring and managing KPI data
- Enhance the quality of our services by developing and sustaining sound relationships with key stakeholders such as those who use our services, their families, ASCH, CCGs and other agencies.
- Identify opportunities where working in collaboration with others within and across networks can bring added value and growth.
- Gain a robust understanding of the organisation and the market along with current trends, drivers and limitations.
- Develop a personal development plan and maintain a continuing professional development journal.
Closing Date: 6th October