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Your new company
Hays Social Care are working alongside a well established learning disabilities provider in Oxford to aid the recruitment for a Deputy Manager.
The provider are a registered charity with a ethos aimed at supporting greater independence and creating more opportunities for people with learning disabilities and autism.
You'll have a really rewarding role working with a great team of people and the chance to make a real difference to other people's lives. We will support you along your career path to learn, develop and grow.
Your new role
As the deputy manager, you will deliver creative, dynamic and person-centred services providing a range of individualised support to people living in share supported living properties and individual tenancies.
You will report to the regional operations manager for operational activity within your area of responsibility. To ensure regulatory and contractual compliance requirements in your allocated services are met and exceeded whilst driving the continued development and delivery of cost-effective, innovative and truly person-centred support.
What you'll need to succeed
In order to succeed you will be passionate about improving outcomes for adults and young children. You will have proven management experience in health, social services or independent sector including experience of people, financial and budget management, along with a working knowledge of legislation and standards affecting the development and delivery of our services.
You will ideally have experience in managing supported living, residential care and forensic services for mixed groups.
You will provide clear leadership and motivation to individuals and teams in developing best practice in person centred support and delivery and be able to evidence a person centred approach to the people we support to achieve their agreed outcomes.
What you'll get in return
In return you will receive a competitive salary of 25-26K plus the following benefits:
What you need to do now
- Accredited training giving you the knowledge and skills to deliver a first rate job
- Access to training bursaries
- A minimum of 28 days paid holiday a year, including bank holidays
- An employer contributory pension scheme
- A free employee assistance programme (including a medical helpline, telephone and face-to-face counselling, debt, financial and legal information)
- £10,000 life cover
- A financial well-being scheme
- A reward gateway with access to discounted goods and services
If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV, or call us now.
If this job isn't quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact us for a confidential discussion on your career.