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Nursing Home Manager - 53 beds - cqc GOOD posted by Recruitment Panda

Full Time
£48000 - £52000 per annum

Job Description

This is a great role, where you will have the opportunity to care for your residents.

The home is fully staffed, with a great team of nurses and carers - NO AGENCY

Reason for vacancy - present manager is retiring (FINALLY)

We are looking for a Manager who must have Caring through their Core, with a Marketing and Business flair.

The home is good, but we are not daft, there are always improvements to be made, we want a manager to help us make those improvements to aim for the OUTSTANDING. This is an independent small group of homes, not one of the big corporates, you will be able to effect changes, and the owner of the group is one of the most delightful men in the business.

We want you to be a registered Nurse, fully validated, and clinically sound, to ensure best practice at all times.

We want you to have the NVQ L5 Health and Social Care Management Qualifacation

We want you to have managmenent experience (maybe a long standing deputy)

We want you to send a CV to Me Emma at Recruitment Panda, in the first instance.

Salary is £50,000 per annum

Requirements for this position

excellent communication, observation and listening skills the ability to assess an individual's care and support needs the ability to apply medical knowledge to patients' needs strong leadership to maintain national quality standards the ability to negotiate and manage a budget IT and report writing skills As a care home manager, your duties may include: meeting legal requirements including health and safety providing information, advice and support to residents, families and staff keeping confidentiality promoting residents' rights and duties encouraging residents to take part in activities helping residents to access local services and join in the local community monitoring business performance and quality of care agreeing contracts, budgeting and fundraising developing policies and practices recruiting, training and supervising staff



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