Registered Service Manager, Supported Living

Health & Social Care Jobs are delighted to have been selected to recruit for a Registered Service Manager for a large group of Supported Living Services in the West Bromwich area of the West Midlands.  An extensive background within Adult Learning Disabilities Services and a car driver is essential for this exciting job vacancy.

£35-38K per annum

The Provider & The Service

As their Registered Service Manager, you would be working within a very busy Supported Living Service for Adults with Learning Disabilities, and a small number of service users with Mental Health or Acquired Brain Injury (ABI).   You would be one of three Registered Managers throughout the West Midlands region supporting people within their own homes in supported living accommodation.  You will be supported by an established team of 5 office staff and over 130 Support Staff, delivering 3000 hours of support.  They do always try to keep this to 3000 per Registered Manager.

With a Good CQC Rating and 5 out of 5 on a leading employee review site, this is a provider very much focussed on quality and providing a supportive place not only for its employee’s but also the people they support.  This Provider is part of a wider group of a national company but is very much run independently from the rest of the group, whilst they all share the same values and ethos.

Essential Criteria

As this is a very well-established Service, the end employer is looking for a true leader, someone who has the longevity and proven track record of Managing multiple Supported Living Schemes and growing and developing of new services.

  • A proven track record in Managing Multiple Supported Living Services / Schemes
  • Can demonstrate previous CQC Ratings of Good or above
  • Can show longevity in your previous employment history.
  • An inspirational leader of people who can cascade the company values & ethos

How to Apply/Ask a Question

Health & Social Care Jobs are a unique, bespoke specialist recruitment agency.  All of our team have worked in the Social Care Sector themselves, so when you do apply for one of our job vacancies you will always be speaking to an expert.  Once you apply, our Learning Disabilities specialist will be in touch with you to answer any questions you may have about the role, conduct a telephone interview and look at progressing your application, and presenting you to the end employer.