08 Apr, 2019

Service Manager - Count Me In Service

£27,248 yearly
  • People in Action (Yorkshire)
  • The Old Fire Station, Gipton Approach, Leeds, UK
Full time Care Charity, Not for Profit and Social Enterprise

Job Description/Duties

Job Description

Count Me In Service Manager

Job Title:                                Count Me In Service Manager

Salary:                                     £27,248 per annum

Hours:                                     37.5 per week worked flexibly to meet the requirements of the service,                                                   this may include occasional evenings or weekends,

Holidays:                               25 days per annum, plus statutory and bank holidays

Location:                               The Old Fire Station, Gipton Approach, Leeds, LS9 6NL

Responsible to:                    Registered Manager

People in Action have an exciting opportunity for a qualified and experienced service manager to join our established Count Me In Team. The successful candidate will have experience within a social care environment, who has delivered high quality, successful service in a social care background, ideally with adults and young people with learning disabilities including Autism and Aspergers.

The successful candidate will be responsible for the following;

  • To ensure the service provides the highest standard of care and support in line with Care Quality Commission regulations, contractual requirements, legislation and company expectations.
  • To ensure the delivery of outcome focused, personalised support for members, which supports the rights of members to live the lives they choose as far as they are able.
  • To proactively build and recruit new members to our Count Me In Service
  • To line manage a team of remote support workers, drive performance within the remote team; ensuring the optimum resourcing levels are used and staff are clear on the standard that is expected of them.
  • To ensure staff fully understand the needs of the people we support and receive the appropriate training, coaching and mentoring to ensure they are effective in their role.
  • To manage an allocated case load of members; assessing members on initial referral, support planning, and regularly reviewing the service to ensure outcomes/needs are being met.
  • To promote a culture of accountability, responsibility, quality and self-development.

Interviews to be held on: Thursday 16th May 2019


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