***OPERATIONS MANAGER LEARNING DISABILITIES***
My client provides personalised support and care for people with learning disabilities; autism, head and spinal injuries; neurological needs and other complex conditions. They are committed to a person-centred approach for all the individuals we support, in all aspects of their lives.
They are now looking to recruit a Operations Manager to cover Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire and Essex, The Successful candidate must have experience in management to a high level, You will be responsible for the Home managers and services managers you will support and lead them to the highest quality of care. The Operations Manager will establish appropriate working relationships with colleagues with whom their service area interacts.
Ensure that the Homes/Services managed are compliant with all laid down organisational systems, procedures, meeting the requirements of the Care Standards Regulations and relevant codes of practice
Participate as appropriate in the proper investigation of complaints
Implement the Company’s risk management strategy, undertaking monthly audits and service reviews and standard checks as required to ensure compliance with both statutory and mandatory policy and procedures.
Develop budget proposals for designated homes/services to enable the delivery of the business plan reflecting appropriate value for money, and best quality whilst maximising profitability.
Manage the staff within their areas of remit in such a way that the business plan is fulfilled and that there is adherence to the budget.
Ensure that services are managed in compliance with purchaser contractual requirements.
Ensure appropriately close working with relevant external bodies such that the boundaries of managerial responsibility are not an impediment to the delivery of excellent care.
Maintain positive relationships with partner agencies by ensuring compliance with contracts, ensuring quality standards and value for money in order to retain existing contracts and enable the development of new business opportunities.
Develop staff to their full potential through systematic individual performance review (IPR) and the establishing of personal development plans (PDP’s), reflecting the needs of the individual, statutory requirements and of the organisation.
Ensure from the IPR’s and PDP’s that each home manager prepares an annual training and development plan that meets statutory requirements Ensure effective systems of communication are in place and utilised.
Salary £37,000 + Car allowance + Bonus
Full-time 37.5 hours per week
So do not delay apply today, this is an excellent opportunity to work for a leading Care Home provider in the region.
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