Charities & not for profit
£32,781 Per Annum
Service Manager / Registered Care Manager – London
Salary – £32,781 + Benefits
Our client is an established charity providing person-centred support to adults affected by and recovering from mental health conditions. Support is provided to people in accommodation that meets their needs, including residential 24 hour staffed services and semi supported accommodation.
The Service Manager/Registered Care Manager will be responsible for the organisation, professional support, supervision and guidance of Mental Health Recovery teams in the unit. In conjunction with the Regional Operations Manager, the Service Manager/Registered Care Manager will also take ownership for the assessment of support needs and the development, implementation and evaluation of support programmes,
Additionally, the Service Manager/Registered Care Manager will be expected to take part in the development and implementation of organisational plans, objectives and working practices, which will encourage resident’s involvement in the wider community and to develop independent living skills.
The successful individual will Lead staff and overseeing the best support for adults with mental health conditions across 2 units. The units support 20 users and have 10 staff members altogether.
Level 4 in Health & Social Care qualification (NVQ/Cache/HNC or equivalent)
Relevant years’ experience working in a supervisory role
To have relevant experience of working in housing management
Relevant experience of assessing needs and developing/implementing effective person-centred planning
Substantial experience of working as a Senior Support Worker/Recovery Worker within the Social Care and Mental Health field
Experience of providing effective supervision and undertaking employee appraisals
Experience of performance managing/supporting capability issues
To have proven experience in working in/and with the community
Working knowledge of Housing Support Preventative services (supporting people)
Working knowledge of Safeguarding of Vulnerable Adults
Good communication skills written/ oral
Proficient users of Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook)
Knowledge of mental health and relevant statutory and voluntary sector bodies such as housing associations and Commission of Social Care
Additional Resources are an Employment Business and an Employment Agency as defined within The Conduct of Employment Agencies & Employment Businesses Regulations 2003