Enablement Manager, Dorset
£27,000-£30,000 per annum
Benefits include: 28 days annual leave, in-house training (payment for attending our five day face to face induction, 12 week induction programme, and blended e-learning and face to face mandatory training plus access to additional training following probation), DBS check payment, Legal & General company pension, employee recognition scheme and access to various other benefits through our Employee Assistance Programme.
Are you an experienced Service Manager in Social Care looking to work in a small company where you can make a difference?
Are you an inspirational and driven leader with a passion for delivering high quality support? Do you have the skills and attention to detail to ensure you deliver compliant services? We are seeking an experienced Enablement Manager who can motivate 3-6 new teams of Support Workers to make a difference to the lives of the people we support in Dorset.
The position of Enablement Manager is a front-line leadership role within a supported living environment. You will be responsible for all aspects of the day-to-day operations, including recruiting and managing staff teams, managing budgets and ensuring that the quality of the services provided meets national care standards, in line with our company ethos and values. You will demonstrate excellent leadership and communicative skills.
PBS4 is passionate about supporting people with learning disabilities with bespoke support services to enable them to live the life they want. PBS4 are looking for like minded people to work with the people we support to enable them to achieve aspects of their lives that they might not be able to achieve on their own. You will need to be creative and self directed being open to change and challenges, but also be able to follow clear processes and manage the team to deliver high quality support.
As an Enablement Manager you will work closely with the Positive Behaviour Support Clinician to design and deliver quality support that meets the needs of the people we support. You will generally work Monday to Friday, 9am- 5pm. However, you will be expected to be part of an on call rota and you may be required to cover shifts if required
Key responsibilities for this role include:
Ensuring management and delivery of high quality support
Leadership and Management of teams and services
Service audit, evaluation and development
Managing finances and resources
Staff Management and support
Working with housing associations and enabling housing needs to be met
Ensuring person and their family are central to support planning
Ensuring payroll data is correct
Ensuring the team are compliant with all mandatory training and e-learning
Support planning and risk management
Ensuring health and safety
Ensuring personalised support plans are delivered and goals are achieved
Governance and quality assurance
Ensuring safe administration of medication
Supervision of team members and coordinating team meetings
Ensuring high quality record keeping and documentation
Ensuring safeguarding adults procedures are adhered to
Providing support that is compliant with CQC regulatory standards
Ensuring health needs are met and proactively managed
Ensuring communication needs are understood, met, and developed
Working in partnership with professionals, agencies and families
Actively seeking feedback from people we support, families, commissioners, and other stakeholders
Ensuring teams are reflective and learning
Ideally you will hold a Level 5 Qualification in Health and Social care or equivalent, for exceptional candidates we can consider support to achieve this.
PBS4 are a non-profit social enterprise specialising in supporting people with learning disabilities and challenging behaviours by using Positive Behaviour Support. PBS4 provides support to a network of people in Southampton, Dorset, Oxford and Reading.
To support us with this:
- You will support our ambition to achieve an Outstanding CQC rating.
- You will share our vision and understanding of Positive Behaviour Support and be keen to develop knowledge in this area.
- You will be experienced in managing social care provision at multiple locations.
- You will have a proven track record of delivering services designed specifically for each person we support promoting their wishes to be met and promoting their rights.
- You will be experienced in honestly communicating with families, listening to their views and responding to their requests
- You will be confident in communicating with people who commission our services, clearly describing how we are meeting agreed goals, or planning and delivering action plans when needed.
- You will be solution focussed and support PBS4 to identify development needs and how these will be addressed.
- You will be prepared to work on shifts if this is essential and required.
PBS4 values the importance of diversity. If you require any support with your application or interview please contact us.
We support vulnerable adults, therefore an Enhanced DBS disclosure is required in addition to other pre-employment checks before your employment can start.
- Learning Disabilities
- Social Care
- Supporting People
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