Locality Manager/ Registered Care Manager
£41,000 per annum
We are looking for a inspirational leader for our supported living locality in Hertfordshire. We support people in Herts to live in and be a part of their community, supporting happy and positive lives. We now need a new leader to continue the great work of our support teams so that we carry on putting smiles on people’s faces.
Leading a small of group teams in providing excellent, person centred support to people with a learning disability or autism living in their own homes, enabling them to lead their lives in ways that make sense to them.
We are looking for a Locality Manager/ Care Manager in or around Hertfordshire (the location may be flexible). Working from home, with frequent travel to locations, as well as working virtually. The role is flexible around the lives of the people and you.
You will join a team of four CQC Registered Managers sharing a registration, working as a team to support each other in achieving excellence across the registered services.
We know that this is a demanding and challenging role with no two days the same, which is part of what makes it so interesting and for people with the right skills, experience and ability it is a brilliant way to make people’s lives better in lots of different ways.
Being part of a team of managers supports our leaders and because we know how demanding the role can be, we structure it to make it work properly, with a network of support and resources to enable you to do your job.
As one of the largest support providers in the UK to people with a learning disability or autism, Dimensions have extensive experience and expertise in a range of areas, including specialists in regulatory requirements, quality and compliance, positive behaviour support, forensic support, person centred planning, health and medicines, performance coaching, mentoring, HR, health and safety, learning and development and finances.
Our nationally recognised award winning development programmes and sponsorships, provide learning and development opportunities across the organisation. So if you are looking for career development, look no further as our current managing director started as a relief support worker at the beginning of her career!
All of these opportunities and resources are available to support you in carrying out your role, in addition to the 40+ other operational leadership teams that work across the wider region, who are there to support you to make people’s lives better. Whatever the challenge, we are a team and there is always someone to support you.
If you are a social care manager who is committed to having a positive impact on the lives of the people we support, and you can demonstrate a commitment to our values we would love to hear from you.
In addition, you will need:
Further details on the Person Specification for this role can be found in the attached document.
Applications will be shortlisted on receipt and interviews will be held until the posts are filled.