Precious Homes Ltd
Kings Heath, Birmingham
£10 an hour for a full time permanent 37.5 hour contract
Hours of work – Flexible approach required 7:30-3, 2:30-10 among other shifts to meet the needs of the service.
This is for an established and good CQC rated supported living service in Kings Heath. The service supports a range of adults with learning disabilities, autism, mental health and physical disabilities.
Precious Homes are an established, innovative and expanding social care provider. We offer registered care and supported living and residential services to adults with autism & learning disabilities. We are different from other care providers, we believe we offer genuine career progression opportunities and provide a great working environment which results in our teams delivering fantastic outcomes for the people we support. Having earned a strong reputation among local authorities for successfully supporting some of the most complex needs within the social care environment, we have almost doubled in size over the last three years and now offer 33 services across the UK and growing.
This means we are committed to best practice in people and business management.
As part of our ongoing plans we are looking to recruit an energetic deputy manager who loves to work with people and make a difference in people’s lives.
We are looking for an experienced deputy manager who has worked in an environment of Learning Disabilities and Autism to take on an exciting new venture. The aim is to continue to develop the service working towards Outstanding CQC ratings over the next year.
What the Job entails:
We are looking to hire a Team Leader who can provide great care and companionship for the service users who live in our services and run a team of support workers.
No two days are ever the same at Precious Homes but every day is rewarding and fun for our Autism Care Support Workers. You will be working in a fantastic environment with the best facilities and as part of a highly skilled fun team delivering high quality person centred care. Your responsibilities will include but not limited to:
* Running a staff team to outstanding standards
* Helping your team in the support of residents to develop independence and life skills
* Mentoring your team to assist people to achieve daily goals – this could be as simple as making a cup of tea!
* Assisting with the development of person centred plans for our residents
* Encouraging our teams to support people in undertaking daily activities or development in their own service apartment and / or in the community.
* Organise and brainstorm daily activities such as arts, crafts and anything you think your service user group would enjoy. This includes employment, education and other opportunities.
* Maintaining records and drawing up risk assessments
What we need from you:
It’s essential that you will have experience working or living with people with autism & learning disabilities, challenging behaviour and complex needs.