Medical Professionals & Healthcare

Registered Manager –

  • Full Time
  • Manchester, Lancashire, UK
  • 42015920

The role

PE Global Healthcare are currently recruiting for 2 Registered Managers based in the Greater Manchester area

 

Duties of the role

  • You will hold accountability and responsibility and for the service 24/7, 365 days a year. In your absence you must organise suitable cover and on-call.
  • You will develop, manage, and have oversight of the service and all regulated activity on site.
  • You will be responsible for ensuring that the service is run well and safely, and that they are compliant with service regulations and standards.
  • Ensure that the directors and provider are fully briefed on all matters relating to the running of the home and that they are not exposed through non-compliance.
  • To provide leadership to the care and nursing, housekeeping, maintenance, and people management functions of the service
  • Create a trusting relationship between residents, relatives, and staff
  • Be responsible for promoting and safeguarding the welfare of those individuals supported by the service
  • Prepare and regularly review the Statement of Purpose for the care home
  • Prepare and regularly review the Service Users Guide for the care home
  • Regularly monitor accidents, incidents and falls and take appropriate action to minimise risk
  • To liaise with a senior manager and notify the local authority of any safeguarding concerns at the earliest opportunity, as required, after being an active participant in discuss.
  • Complete monthly Individual Service summaries and in conjunction with the Directors set priority tasks for the coming week.
  • Participate in the establishment and maintenance of The Home’s management information systems (Dropbox, S2B, Bright HR, Blip, Limeade QCS etc.).
  • Design and administer an evaluation of the nursing standards and nursing service provision.
  • Liaising with existing local authority customers and developing new relationships to enhance Next Steps reputation.
  • Ensure all aspects of diversity and inclusion are adhered to across all business development work and practice.
  • Ensure the monitoring of standards of care within the home including nursing care and ensuring the required standards as outlined in the Care Standards Act 2000 are fully implemented
  • Review inspection reports from all regulatory bodies. Formulate required corrective/preventative action, agree timescales with line manager and implement remedial actions.
  • To carry out service spot checks and comply with other quality assurance processes as required, including co-operating with monitoring and evaluation tasks.
  • Ensure agreed staffing levels are maintained, that off-duty rotas are completed a minimum of 4 weeks in advance and that a recruitment plan is in place to fill expected vacancies #
  • Ensure the administration and control of drugs is in accordance with Company policy, NMC, Care Quality Commission and Local Authority guidelines
  • Manage the attraction and retention of all staff
  • Be responsible for employment / dismissal and all disciplinary procedures under the supervision of a company director
  • Ensure robust performance management structures are in place to correctly reward and incentivise the right behaviours and effectively and safely manage underperformance and disciplinary issues.
  • Implement and evaluate the orientation and induction of all new employees
  • Assist individual staff to develop in their role and level of compliance with agreed standards
  • Support staff to complete the Care Certificate within agreed timeframes
  • Ensure that relevant staff training and supervision is identified, implemented, evaluated, and recorded to a minimum 85% compliance level
  • Ensure that the company’s Health & Safety policy and strategy is always implemented and adhered to
  • Ensure the maintenance of a safe environment throughout the home and its grounds
  • Maintain strict confidentiality regarding residents, staff, and company business.

 

Education & Experience required:

  • Relevant 1st Level Registered Nurse qualification (RMN/RGN)
  • Hold a valid NMC Pin
  • Extensive experience of CQC compliance, legislation, and regulated activities
  • Understanding of financial processes within local authorities
  • Knowledge of GDPR, ICO, DSPT and information governance
  • Experience of working with adults with mental health problems and complex needs
  • Proven personal successful track record of providing outstanding care, support, or education.
  • Resilience, ability to work in a fast-paced, changing environment
  • Ability to concentrate for extended periods on detailed VDU and other work
  • Strong organisational and methodical approach to work with an exceptional attention to detail
  • Ability to lead, manage and motivate staff and delegate work appropriately;
  • Proficient and competent IT user including Microsoft Office;

 

For more information, please get in touch with Emma or Vignesh

 

T – +44 203 868 9000

E –  emma.okeeffe@peglobal.net or Vignesh vignesh.vetrivel@peglobal.co.uk