Social Care

Dual Service Manager

Full Time Permanent

South Wales Jobs

About The Role
Role: Dual Service Manager
Location: Mynyddgarreg, Carmarthenshire – based in Blaen Y Waun and Ty Canol home
Annual Salary: £37,740 per annum based on 40 hours per week
A day in the life of a Dual Service Manager with Priority Child Care Involves:
Being responsible for the overall management of our two specialist children’s homes, accountable for all resources and budgets, ensuring compliance with the regulatory framework to deliver positive outcomes of care and high levels of employee advocacy and promoting a positive high performing culture to ensure your homes are viewed as a great place to work.
Key Responsibilities

Deliver a home environment that puts the wellbeing and quality of life of the people we support at the heart of everything you do, through embracing a person-centred planning approach and championing other new approaches as appropriate.
Carry out monthly monitoring of your home as set out under the Quality Assurance Policy and ensure that action plans are in place and are actioned as appropriate.
Proactively manage your home in relation to risk and regulation performance.
Carry out relevant investigations in relation to significant events as necessary.
Oversee complaint and safeguarding matters in conjunction with the Responsible Individual, ensuring reports are written and submitted to the relevant Director and appropriate agencies as necessary.
Manage your budget effectively, escalating any issues in a timely manner.
Monitor attendance levels and take action as appropriate to minimize.
Build a positive working relationship with Inspectors, ensuring good communication at all times.
Lead inspections in conjunction with the Responsible individual.
Ensure all company policies, procedures and practices are implemented and adhered to consistently in your home.
Ensures Priority childcare ltd meets all regulatory requirements (e.g. General Data Protection Regulations; Social Care Wales; CIW; Employment Legislation; Health & Safety, etc) 
To be a successful Dual Service Support Manager with Priority Child Care, you’ll need:
Leadership qualities & organisational skills
Ability to deal effectively with crisis & emergency situations in addition to prioritising large workloads
Excellent proficiency in IT software, including Microsoft Office packages.
Effectively team lead the current staff team and identify areas of improvement as required
Ability to develop and promote positive working relationships with individual service users, their family and professional colleagues
Ability to cope under pressure
A positive attitude to change
Work practice which promotes equality and diversity 
Requirements for the Dual Service Support Manager role:
A Level 5 Diploma in Leadership in Health & Social Care & Children & Young People’s Services or the equivalent
Minimum of 2 years’ experience in a Health and Social care setting with operational management
Excellent knowledge and understanding of the current legal responsibilities and standards of the service, including the need for the management and delivery of person centred services
Previous experience and knowledge in the Trauma and Recovery model. 
What we would like from you: 

A flexible approach to working hours (with the ability to work hours to needs of the business)
Ability to provide advice and guidance outside of normal office hours as required and participate in our on call system.
Full driving licence and use of your own vehicle.
In return for your Skills and Expertise, you’ll receive:

An annual salary of £37,740 based on 40 hours per week
Paid comprehensive induction programme, free uniform and DBS
25 days paid annual leave along side the usual public holidays in England and Wales
Access to our Salary Financing Service
Company pension scheme
Career progression opportunities
Eligibility for a “Blue Light Card” for additional discounts.About Priority Child Care:
Priority Childcare is part of Orbis Group. Priority Childcare specialises in working with young people accommodated by the local authority whose complex needs and challenging behaviour require a supporting residential environment to achieve positive outcomes. 
Young people can feel safe and secure assisted by experienced staff and in an environment that helps them come to terms with their emotional psychological and physical needs. 
If you want to make a difference to children's lives, then we would love to receive your application for this role. Please click ‘Apply’ and submit your CV today


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