Are you a Children's registered manager who is seeking an new and exciting opportunity working for a small private childcare provider in the Warwickshire area?
The organisation offers specialist support to children and young people who have a range of complex needs and have experienced trauma or neglect. They have a huge commitment to ensure that they make significant differences to the young people they support, helping and assisting in shaping their futures. The staff teams seek to foster positive and nurturing relationships with the young people alongside thoughtful and consistent boundaries.
The home is 4 bedded for children and young people aged 8-17 years. It provides a safe and homely environment with plenty of green space to take part in activities such as football, bike rides, skate parks, gym, promoting the values of healthy family living and providing structure personal space and also a relaxing environment when needed. A salary of £38k - £45K plus bonus is being offered dependent of experience and outcomes
The registered manager will be responsible forOverall responsibility for the leadership and management of the home, promoting high standards at all times. Ensuring that young people receive excellent levels of physical and emotional care.Leading and managing a team of support workers ensuring that they fully understand their role in the home, complying with statutory and legislative requirements and the company's policies and procedures. Maintaining a positive working environment at all times.Managing the homes budget and ensuring that the business if viable and meets and exceeds KPI's for people, quality and performance Meeting with health and social care professionals to develop review and act upon young people's individual care plans. Preparing details reports for case reviews Implementing quality assurance practices to evaluate and monitor standards of the individual and team performances to support the organisation achieve and improve on quality
Essential criteriaAt least 2 years experience of managing a children's residential home particularly with children and young people who have challenging behaviour and complex needs The ability to motivate a staff team and act as a positive role modelSound knowledge of the statutory requirements associated with the residential care of young people including children's homes regulations, health and safety, safeguarding and working with Ofsted Level 5 diploma in leadership and management for residential care or an equivalent qualification or be willing to work towards Must have completed a full registration process and be declared fit with Ofsted
If you feel you are the ideal person for this role and are committed to making a difference to the lives of children and young people, please forward your CV to myself