You will be a positive role model in everything you do, and provide coaching your staff team and inspiring a proactive culture across the service. You will identify areas for improvement and provide on-going support for managers. The successful Service Manager will have senior management experience of Learning Disabilities Services/ Mental Health Services or Acquired Brain Injury services that encompass Challenging Behaviour.
This is a very exciting opportunity to join an outstanding and growing organisation. This is an organisation where staff are nurtured and valued and supported through training opportunities and career progression.
Successful applicants will possess NVQ Level 5 Leadership & Management in Health & Social Care (or working towards) and have experience of managing multidisciplinary staff teams within a high staff to client ratio (2/3:1.) You will undoubtedly have experience of carrying out assessments and the ability to write care plans and assessment reports to a high standard.
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