We are looking to recruit an experienced service manager for our Amberleigh house Care home in Liverpool. Amberleigh House is a newly renovated Dementia Nursing home for older people. Set in the grounds of Aintree Hospital it has 2 households of 19 beds, lots of communal space as well as beautifully furnished bedrooms with en-suites. We provide specialist care to older people and people living with dementia. We are proud to deliver support in your area, as part of the award-winning national social care charity Community Integrated Care.
Our home has lovely grounds and some special features for residents to enjoy and relax in. With our highly trained staff, specialist facilities and philosophy of promoting happy, active and fulfilled lives, we aspire to provide the highest standards of support.
We are committed to providing personalised support that promotes people leading full, happy and independent lives
Our colleagues receive specialist training and mentoring.
We really get to know the people we support. To achieve this, we spend time understanding their life story and the things that are important to them, so we focus on the things that really matter to them.
Every person we support has a named key worker who helps develop their own personalised care.
Our service has strong links with the local community, local schools, Age UK, other charitable organisations and community professionals & groups
We are looking for a person who is confident in managing relationships, has experience of working with commissioners and no stranger to complex funding arrangements. You will be supported by a team of managers at a local level and have the full backing of the older people services senior management team.
This role requires a positive and a friendly Manager with strong leadership abilities, strong values about quality care provision and experience of managing teams in order to deliver first class Dementia Care to the people we support and who are at the heart of everything we do. Reporting to the regional manager, you will take the lead in the day to day management of the home.
To qualify for the role, you will have
Demonstrable track record of CQC compliance as a deputy care manager or registered care manager
NVQ 4/5 in social care management or equivalent
Strong people management skills
Good analytical and problem solving skills
Engaging communication skills
Ability to forge effective working relationships internally and externally
Good IT skills
If you possess the above skills and qualifications, we would love to hear from you.
Closing Date 19th April 2018.