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Childrens Registered Manager

Childrens Registered Manager

Posted 15 May by Reed Social Care
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Are you passionate about supporting looked after children, helping them to achieve a positive outcome?

I am now supporting Leeds City council with their permanent recruitment of a Registered Manager for one of their Children’s Home

The salary is £46,549 - £49,590 37 hours a week

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As a forward-thinking council, our ambition is to be the best in the UK, and we’re committed to making Leeds the best city for children and young people to grow up in. We value diversity and strive to create a workforce that reflects the population of Leeds.

Visit Child Friendly Leeds to learn more about our vision for children and young people.

Role Overview

The Registered Manager plays a crucial role in managing the home and staff team, providing inspirational care tailored to the individual needs of children and young people. You’ll handle staff management issues promptly, ensuring compliance with policies and procedures. Your responsibility extends to creating a safe and stimulating environment that supports assessment, care, education, and health while nurturing emotional and physical well-being.

Key Responsibilities

•              Foster positive relationships, encouraging strong bonds between children and staff.

•              Collaborate with professionals, families, and communities of origin.

•              Lead recruitment, selection, induction, supervision, training, development, and support processes.

•              Deputize for the Service Delivery Manager as needed.

•              Advocate for children and young people, ensuring their views and feelings are considered.

•              Nurture children’s ambitions for their future, both in and out of school.

•              Develop effective working and information-sharing protocols.

•              Understand and lead local multi-agency assessment approaches.

•              Stay informed about local and national developments related to looked-after children and young people.

•              Create a stable and secure base for young people to address past experiences and present difficulties.

•              Ensure compliance with safe handling and administering of medication requirements.

•              Implement and manage individual and environmental risk assessments.

•              Handle complex and challenging behaviour assertively and sensitively.

•              Proactively work to prevent criminalization of children and young people.

•              Manage matching and admissions to the home.

•              Develop, deliver, and evaluate individual care plans.

•              Adapt to change and participate in training and development activities.


•              At least 2 years of recent experience in a position relevant to the residential care of children.

•              Minimum 1 year of experience in a role involving supervision and management of staff in a care setting.

Please apply for further details, more than happy to discuss this role with you!

Reference: 52666188

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