• Lawrence Hill
  • Full time

Website The Guinness Partnership

The Guinness Partnership are a not for profit organisation and offer excellent benefits with career progression.

Are you an experienced Care Manager looking for a new opportunity?

The Guinness Partnership are looking for an experienced Care Manager to lead our team of dedicated carers in our recently refurbished Extra Care Scheme, Lincoln Gardens, in Lawrence Hill, Bristol.

As a Care Manager, you will be responsible for the smooth running of the care operation on a day-to-day basis, ensuring that the team deliver high quality, customer focussed services.

One of the most exciting aspects of this role is the ability to drive real change – you will be building effective external relationships to help us grow and improve our services.

You will also be responsible for:

Acting as a point of escalation for any issues within the service and effectively serve as a deputy to the Housing & Care Manager.
Plan and schedule care delivery and staff rotas, ensuring consistency for both customers and staff.
Liaise with customers, their families, and external organisations to develop a care package that is person-centred and promotes independence.
Recruitment, induction in new team members and management and skill development of staff.
Ensure compliance with CQC requirements and Guinness policies.
Maintain the team culture: being supportive, approachable, and professional.
Covering on-call on a rota basis, one week out of four.
Essential skills and experience

We need you to be experienced in leading teams to delivering high standards of care to older people.  You should also have:

Experience of managing rotas, ideally using an electronic roster system.
Experience in care planning and co-ordination.
Knowledge and understanding of CQC regulations and Health and Social Care legislation.
A confident communicator and comfortable working with customers, their families and both internal and external stakeholders at all levels.
Health and Social Care Diploma at Level 3 or equivalent – QCF Level 3 (or working towards)
Administration skills with good numeracy and IT skills.
Hold a full UK driving licence and access to your own vehicle.
Desirable skills

Understanding of housing management.
Ability to assist in the implementation and review of risk assessments.
Why work for the Guinness Partnership?

At the Guinness Partnership, we’re passionate about your learning and career development. You will have access to lots of learning resources, programmes of learning and professional development opportunities, as well as:

A competitive salary of £28,150 per annum
Fully paid induction programme
Permanent full-time contract
Helping to save for your future! Guinness will contribute up to 9% towards your pension a matched basis and life cover
Free enhanced DBS
Free healthcare benefit package
Company enhanced sick pay after a qualifying period
Excellent lifestyle benefits portal offering various retail & leisure discounts
Employee assistance programme which provides free counselling and much more
If you have the right experience to lead our amazing team, we would love to hear from you. Click apply to get started!

The Guinness Partnership is an equal opportunities employer.  We are committed to equality of opportunity for all colleagues, and applications from individuals are encouraged regardless of age, disability, sex, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief and marriage and civil partnership.

 

Qualifications:

Health and Social Care Diploma at Level 3 or equivalent - QCF Level 3 (or working towards)

Provider Details:

The Guinness Partnership provides housing and care services across England. We are here to improve people's lives - and create possibilities for them. We do this by providing as many high-quality new homes as possible and by providing great housing and care services.

About you:

Ability to deliver drive real change and build effective relationships to help us grow and improve our service.
Have experience of managing rotas, ideally using an electronic roster system.
Experience in care planning and co-ordination.
Knowledge and understanding of CQC regulations and Health and Social Care legislation.
A confident communicator and comfortable working with customers, their families and both internal and external stakeholders at all levels.

New Starter Benefits:
Free uniform
Paid DBS check
Paid induction

To apply for this job email your details to workforus@guinness.org.uk.