Deputy Manager Children's Residential Care Home
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Seeking an experienced Deputy Manager for a well-respected and nurturing Children's home in West Sussex
This is an excellent opportunity to work for an inspiring organisation with children's growth, support, and well-being at the heart of everything they do.
Further your career, working with a friendly team, with a supportive ethos.
A rewarding role helping children affected by trauma and emotional, behavioural difficulties rebuild their lives, gain confidence, and develop their social skills through activities and education, whilst having fun.
Utilise your solid leadership and communication skills in a children's home situated in beautiful West Sussex.
Play a key role, within the house structure of this well-respected organisation managing and monitoring assessments, policies, and procedures.
Working closely with the manager, supporting, and directing a team of residential care workers and developing and nurturing relationships with young people whilst providing a safe, caring environment
There are great career prospects and scope for progression within this organisation.
If you are you robust, resilient and resourceful and able to work flexibly to meet the needs of young people then we want to hear from you.
Do you have a natural affinity and empathy with young people and are aware of appropriate boundaries?
Could you be an advocate for the young people and support, encourage and enable a true sense of identity and self-worth.
Inspire confidence, calm and nurture self-esteem?
Could this be your new role? Apply today!
Minimum of Diploma Level 3 Children and Young People Workforce
2 years' experience working in residential children's service
Great knowledge of up to date childcare policies and procedures
Experience of managing challenging behaviour and EBD
Ability to set achievable targets and experience of writing and updating care plans, risk assessments and reports.
Potential to successfully manage at middle management level and contribute to problem solving initiatives and development planning
Ability to lead and mentor other staff to motivate, engage and successfully support/care for children and young people exhibiting particularly challenging behaviour
The ability to lead and support behaviour management amongst a multi-disciplinary team of professionals
22 days annual leave plus 8 bank/public holidays
Training and ongoing career development opportunities
People centred, supportive organisation
If you meet the applicant criteria, we would love to hear from you.
Do not delay, apply today!
Please contact the care team on 01273 711-919 or email
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