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Trowbridge, Wiltshire, England

BankPosted 24th January 2020

Residential Home Manager / Care Home Manager £50k + Benefits Calne, Wiltshire ***Outstanding opportunity to join fantastic care provider*** ***Manage wonderful care home*** ***Excellent salary*** Our client is looking for an experienced Residential Home Manager / Care Home Manager, to manage one of their wonderful elderly care homes situated in Calne, Wiltshire. The home is commutable from Swindon, Chippenham, Melksham, Marlborough, Trowbridge. This is a fantastic new nursing home / care home that has excellent facilities, is well decorated and has a good reputation locally. It has a very high score on Apply and is rated as 'Good' in its last CQC report. Residential Home Manager / Care Home Manager applicants should have managed a residential home / elderly care home previously. The successful care home manager applicant must have overseen compliant homes and thorough knowledge of the elderly care sector. Our client is really keen to hire someone with proven care delivery skills. They want someone who is care focussed but with strong business acumen. Candidates must have strong knowl ...

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Sheffield, South Yorkshire, England

£ 50000 - 50000 Per yearPermanentPosted 23rd January 2020

Residential Care Home Manager – Older People / Dementia – Sheffield Commutable from Sheffield, Hathersage, Rotherham, Stocksbridge, Dronfield & surrounding areas Salary £50,000 negotiable on experience Are you an experienced Residential Care Home Manager for Older People local to Sheffield looking for an exciting new opportunity? If so, I have the perfect role for you. I am working with a small but well respected care provider who offer residential care to older people. This service is medium in size and provides residential ...

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Christchurch, Dorset, England

BankPosted 23rd January 2020

Elderly Care Home Manager / Residential Care Home Manager Wonderful Small Care Home £40k Christchurch, Dorset ***Outstanding opportunity to join fantastic care provider*** ***Brilliant, smaller residential care home*** Purosearch are working on behalf of a wonderful, ethically driven, care focussed care provider. Our client is looking for an experienced Residential Home Manager / Care Home Manager, to manage one of their wonderful nursing homes / care homes situated within commuting distance of Christchurch, Bournemouth, Poole, Southampton, New Forest, Lymington etc. This is a fantastic new nursing home / care home that has excellent facilities, is well decorated and has a good reputation locally. It has a very high score on Apply and is rated as 'Good' in its last CQC report. This is truly one of the very best homes in this area. Candidates should have a strong background within a residential care home and should have proven success ...

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Eastbourne, East Sussex, England

£ 33000 - 35000 Per yearPermanentPosted 22nd January 2020

£33,000 to £35,000 per annum (equates to NHS Band 6) | 42.5 hours | Days | Small Dementia Home | Good CQC | Experience Essential | An exciting opportunity has arisen for an experienced Care Home Manager to lead and develop a small private residential care home in Eastbourne. The independently owned and operated home specialises in dementia care and is fully compliant with all CQC requirements, providing round the clock care and support. What the home is offering and details of this Residential Home Manager role: • 42.5 hours per week on a permanent contract • A great annual salary of £33,000 to £35,000 dependant on experience (equates to NHS Band 6) • Usually working day shifts, bu ...

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Sheffield, South Yorkshire, England

£ 4500 - 4500 Per yearPermanentPosted 22nd January 2020

Residential Care Home Manager – Older People / Dementia – Sheffield Salary £45,000 negotiable on experience Are you an experienced Residential Care Home Manager for Older People local to Sheffield looking for an exciting new opportunity? If so, I have the perfect role for you. I am working with a small but well respected care provider who offer residential care to older people. This service is medium in size and provides residential care for older people and dementia (no nursing). As the Registered Residential ...

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Southampton, Hampshire, England

BankPosted 22nd January 2020

Registered Home Manager / Care Home Manager £75k Southampton, Hampshire Our client is looking for an experienced Registered Home Manager / Nursing Home Manager / Care Home Manager, to manage one of their brand new care homes situated in the Southampton area. This is one of the very best home manager job opportunities you will find. You will manage and open a brand new care home with amazing facilities. This home has three floors delivering care to people with residential / independent living care, dementia care and palliative care. Within these areas there will be designated pods with bar, café, kitchen and other facilities. This will be the very best care home in Southampton. Care home managers do not need to be nurse qualified because this will be a residential service but candidates will need to have very strong management skills and experience. Candidate should have had some commissioning or home opening experience. Candidates should also have strong dementia and palliative care knowledge. Our client is really keen to hire a care home manager who is care focussed but with strong business acumen. Candidates should be ethically driven, compassion ...

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Dorchester, Dorset, England

BankPosted 22nd January 2020

Luxury Care Home Manager / Nursing Home Manager Negotiable Salary Poole, Dorset I am working with a wonderful and very highly rated elderly care provider who are currently looking to recruit a Nursing Home Manager / Care Home Manager for their medium sized nursing home / care home in Dorset commutable from Bournemouth, Poole, Christchurch, Dorchester, Ringwood etc. I am looking for an experienced Nursing Home Manager / Registered Manager / Residential Home Manager to manage a highly rated and newly renovated luxury care home. The care home / nursing home offers nursing and residential care to older people including frail elderly & dementia services users and is currently operating to an excellent standard. The care home provider are a renowned organisation with fantastic reputation for care delivery. The service requires a hands on manager with a passion for delive ...

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Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England

BankPosted 22nd January 2020

Care Home Manager / Registered Home Manager Up to £50k Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire I am working with a wonderful and very highly rated elderly care provider who are currently looking to recruit a Residential Home Manager / Care Home Manager for their medium sized residential home / care home in Buckinghamshire commutable from Aylesbury, Berkshamsted, Hemel Hempstead, Thame, Milton Keynes etc. I am looking for an experienced Registered Manager / Residential Home Manager to manage a beautiful, luxury care home. The care home / residential home offers residential care to older people including frail elderly services users and is currently operating to an excellent standard. The care home provider are a renowned organisation with fantastic reputation for care delivery. This is a boutique care home which has stunning interiors. The care home requires a hands on manager with a passion for delivering the best care. Care home manager / residential ...

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Care Home Manager jobs: frequently asked questions

Welcome to our Care Home Manager jobs page, featuring all the best positions currently available throughout the UK.

An elderly gentleman talks with a member of the care team"A Care Home Manager is a frontline leadership position in a residential care setting."

Here are some handy FAQs for those wishing to join the profession or develop their career.

What does a Care Home Manager do?

A Care Home Manager is a frontline leadership position in a residential care setting.

As a Care Home Manager, you’re in charge of the day-to-day operation of a care home, and that comprises a wide range of responsibilities.

You will have to manage recruitment and training of staff, as well as their ongoing management and development.

You will also manage budgets and the provision of quality care that meets nationally regulated standards.

But care homes are becoming more specialised, some focusing more specifically on dementia or end-of-life care, for example.

This, inevitably, is changing the role of a Care Home Manager, requiring ever more specific skills and experiences.

Regardless, a Care Home Manager is responsible for round-the-clock care, all year round, making it a challenging but extremely rewarding career choice.

What are the daily responsibilities of a Care Home Manager?

Roles can vary depending on the setting, but your responsibilities will typically include:

• Managing budgets and the financial prudence of your care home

• Finding and managing staff

• Organising training and helping staff to improve their skills

• Helping staff with specific issues that arise with residents

• Working on health and safety compliance

• Supporting and working with other relevant organisations in your local community

• Overseeing the administration of any medications or regular medical procedures

• Communicating with residents’ families

• Planning activities and outings with the residents In some cases Care Managers also work specifically with children.

In this instance, your responsibilities may also include:

• Safeguarding the wellbeing of children

• Working closely with other local organisations to ensure the best possible development for children

• Managing child protection concerns and complaints

• Supporting case reviews and conferences

• Managing Ofsted reviews and processes

• Assessing new referrals and managing inductions

Typically Care Home Managers work around 40 hours a week, often in a shift pattern that includes evening and weekend work.

This is a role that can also involve sleep-ins and on-call duties.

Do you need to be a Nurse to become a Care Home Manager?

The short answer is no, but in reality the answer is much more complicated.

Care Home Management is not a degree-entry profession.

A wide variety of people, with a wide variety of skills, qualifications and experiences have built long and successful Care Management careers.

However, having a qualification in nursing or social work will undoubtedly help your chances of landing a position.

Typically, experienced Care Home Managers have nursing qualifications but also leadership experience, giving them an ideal mix of skills for the job.

It’s also true that some Care Home Manager roles will specifically require a nursing or social work qualification, particularly when it asks for clinical management skills.

As a graduate, you’re also able to fast-track your way into a management position by applying for a 12-month ‘Skills for Care Management Graduate Programme’, which is co-run by the NHS.

This post-graduate course is open to graduates in any degree subject.

Typically, opportunities arise within private residential settings, NHS trusts, local authorities and the charity sector. And inevitably, the qualifications and skills demanded can vary greatly.

It’s best to treat every opportunity and opportunity uniquely, and dig into the unique requirements of each.

How much can Care Managers earn?

Care Home Manager pay is a little less regulated and formalised than Nursing roles.

The average annual salary is somewhere around £30,000, while entry level managers can expect to earn closer to £25,000.

However, with experience you can expect to earn upwards of £45,000 – indeed, in certain settings Care Managers can earn up to £70,000.

A major factor will be the care setting in which you work.

A position within an NHS trust will mean far more generous benefits than with a private provider. But private providers may sometimes offer greater potential for rapid salary growth.

Building a lucrative career as a Care Home Manager requires you to do your research on every organisation.

Get to know the nuances of each, and build all the necessary skills you need to maximise your earnings.

When you find the right provider and have the right skillset to match, you could find you earn well above the industry average.

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