There's nothing more rewarding than helping someone believe in themselves, have the confidence to celebrate their own uniqueness and achieve success that is personal to them. As a Registered Manager you'll be integral to the smooth running of daily life within our homes, enabling young people to thrive. Our homes all have a dedicated Deputy Manager to support you. Your role will include:
Managing a warm and friendly home, that provides a safe and supportive environment for children and young people to achieve positive outcomes that are authentic to them.
Achieving compliance with the Children's Homes Regulations and ensuring your home is always able to evidence a high standard of care and quality.
Undertaking a Level 5 qualification in Leadership and Management so you have all the knowledge and skills you need to help your team achieve success.
Leading a team of colleagues and facilitating their professional development so that they not only provide high-quality care and support, but are enabled to fulfil their own career potential too.
What you'll get to do:
Build a team: You'll be responsible for the recruitment of a compassionate and motivated team, and help build a fantastic workplace culture where colleagues feel valued and rewarded for the work that they do.
Lead a team: You'll inspire and lead your team in their roles working with children and young people and ensure they have everything they need to enable the most appropriate outcomes for each individual.
Invest in your team: Support each team member to develop professionally and take on more responsibility within the home. Encourage them to embrace new opportunities and take the next steps in their career through our Academy programme.
Be part of a community: You'll work collaboratively with dedicated colleagues who give their all each and every day. Together you'll make a difference to young people's lives, and celebrate your impact as a team - now that's real job satisfaction!
Competitive salary - We're committed to recognising your hard work and offer a competitive salary, excellent rates of overtime pay and bonuses.
Qualifications and ongoing development - We'll recognise your unique talents and our Academy programmes will help you grow and thrive in your career.
Recognition scheme - Each month we recognise employees who go the extra mile and live our values.
Community and wellbeing - Your wellbeing matters to us and we are committed to ensuring you get all the support you need to feel good about what you do. We're in this together.
What we're looking for from you:
Your experience: You have a minimum of 2 years' experience of managing an Ofsted home that carries a rating of good or above.
Your competence: You hold an NVQ/QCF Level 3 Diploma for the Children's and Young People's Workforce or QCF Level 5 Diploma in Leadership for Health and Social Care or equivalent qualification in Children and Young People's Services.
Your focus: You pay attention to detail and never compromise on quality because you know that focusing on the success of small things can add up to have a really big positive impact.
Your commitment: You're passionate that children and young people should have equal opportunities, a voice that should be heard and they should be enabled to create their own bright futures.
Why work for us?
Real Living Wage employer
Competitive pay rates
Blue Light Card
Colleague referral scheme with cash rewards - earn up to £2500 per referral! *
Financial wellbeing service
Option to buy and sell up to 5 days annual leave.
Tastecard - spectacular savings on dining, pizza, cinema tickets, supermarkets, and UK attractions!
Opportunity to progress in your career through our Education Academy, and ongoing training and professional development.
Comprehensive and tailored induction programme including face-to-face training, online modules, shadowing, and local induction period.
Face-to-face therapeutic training and support for all colleagues via our SHINE programme.
Access to a wide range of free online courses for all colleagues on a variety of topics