Health and Social Care Jobs have a full time, permanent job vacancy for a Home Care Manager based in Stirling to continue the growth and development of the established service whilst maintaining the highest standards.
Are you an experienced Deputy Manager, Care Coordinator or Supervisor who is wanting to take their next step? Do you live a commutable distance to Stirling and have a good geographical knowledge. Yes – then this could be the job role for you!!
- £28,000 - £32,000 per annum (DOE)
- Progression Opportunities & Ongoing Support
- Flexible working hours to meet the needs of the business.
- On-site parking
Our client in Stirling provides a range of privately and self-funded services to older adults in the Stirling and Falkirk areas, helping them remain independent in their own homes or by simply providing companionship and friendship in their later years. They never spend less than an hour with their clients, sometimes it will be the whole day. This provider is very proud of what they as an organisation have achieved, they are always looking at ways they can contribute to the local community, holding charity events such as coffee mornings and displaying their great passion in raising awareness and educating people around Dementia.
The Service & Your Role
You will be a Care Manager with the Care Inspectorate, moulding and developing the service by cascading positivity and best practice to a team of home carers, who are highly valued and very passionate about what they do. You will take the lead in registering with Care Inspectorate, mirroring the amazing values and culture of the well-established sister services – you could help them build on this!
As our Care Manager, you will be an ambassador for the service, building a solid local presence across Stirling and Falkirk areas, demonstrating the high quality of service being delivered. You will meet with clients and families to conduct assessments and build bespoke care packages tailored to each individual. Furthermore, you will oversee all compliance, taking responsibility for the wellbeing, retention, supervision and training of home carers. You will also play a role in the on-call service, to ensure all home carers and clients have the best support possible.
- Level 5 Health and Social Care Adults (desirable), minimum Level 3.
- Full UK Driving Licence and own motor vehicle.
- Experience working within homecare.
- Excellent people and leadership skills
- Great understanding of safeguarding and CQC legislation
- A vision of what “Outstanding” Homecare should look like
Apply / Ask a Question
Health & Social Care Jobs are one of the leading permanent recruitment specialists across the UK. We are a team of registered managers who have worked within the social care sector, so you will always be talking to like-minded professionals who understand your job vacancy.
Now all you need to do is CLICK APPLY, if you meet the above criteria one of our team will be in touch to progress your application further and answer any questions you may have.