Deputy Manager-Adult Disability Service-Guernsey

Full Time // GuernseySalary: N/A

Description:

Our client is in Guernsey, Channel Islands. I am currently recruiting for a Deputy Manager in their Adult Disability Service. This is a band 6 role.

The post holder can be based in a variety of settings including residential homes, supported living, short break service and the outreach team. Staff are required to work a shift system that offers support 24 hours a day. Staff are involved in all aspects of maintaining the area using the active support model, this may include cleaning, shopping, washing ironing, cooking etc. Staff are expected to hold a driving licence and be prepared to drive service vehicles. Band 6 staff are expected to be able to co-ordinate and lead a team within the service, and also develop and implement programmes of care and support.

Qualifications:
Registered Nurse / Social Worker / OT / Speech and Language Therapist or other health care professional with live qualification and good history of service
Evidence of CPD at diploma level
Teaching/mentoring qualification
Diploma in a related field
Level 3 Certificate in Assessing Vocational Achievement or equivalent (D32/33, NVQ A1)

Skills required:
Good IT skills
Excellent verbal and written communication.
To hold a valid driving licence (this may be negotiated with the manager dependent on area.)
Leadership and management skills.
Caring and empathetic nature.
Understanding of learning disabilities and/or willingness to learn.

For more information or to apply please contact Rachael on +353 91 507527 or rachael.brennan@cplhealthcare.com

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Ref.no.:
JO-1910-438675_3
Locations:
Guernsey
Salary:
N/A
Employment type:
Full Time;
Tags:
Healthcare Management,Management Jobs,Moving To Guernsey

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