Craegmoor has services across England, Wales, Scotland & Northern Ireland, all providing innovative, creative support enabling people with mental health problems, autism and learning disabilities to live the lives they want and have the opportunities they deserve.
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Alphonsus House is situated in Langley, near Oldbury, in the West Midlands. The service is split into 3 houses and a bungalow, each offering a homely environment. We have the facilities to support 19 individuals across the 4 units. The dedicated staff at Alphonsus House provide 24 hour support.
We are currently seeking a deputy manager to join our dedicated team for a 19 bedded service provision for adults with learning disabilities.
The deputy must be able to organise, co-ordinate and monitor the delivery of the service.
Be able to deputise in the absence of the registered manager.
Must have knowledge of The Care Quality Commission, MCA, DOL's
Supervises the effective, timely and accurate updating of records, case files and computerised information systems.
Observe and monitor the wellbeing of service users ensuring that any unusual physical, mental or emotional occurrences are promptly referred and documented accordingly.
Be flexible and have an innovative approach to their work and be able to facilitate and support services users in decision making, promoting choice and involvement at all times
To work directly with clients in their homes to deliver the levels of care and support as outlined in each clients care plan / support plan.
To supervise and support staff in the delivery of the service provision
To act as a positive role model, to provide effective supervision and guidance to other team members, contributing to their performance and professional development.
To support people who use the service in achieving their outcomes in the way that they choose.
To access community facilities with the people we support.
To act in accordance with all policies, procedures and any other advice and instructions implemented by Craegmoor.
To complete daily administration including updating person centred support and care plans and completing accurate daily notes.
To develop and maintain professional relationships whilst developing a good rapport with the people who use our service, their family, colleagues, visitors and any other stakeholders.
Staff need to have a flexible approachable and be willing to work long days, waking nights, sleep-ins, weekends, bank holidays and on call duties.
All roles will be subject to a successful disclosure at an appropriate level from the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS), Access NI or Disclosure Scotland. We are an equal opportunities employer.