Service Manager (LD - Supported living)

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  • Sector:

    Health & Social Care

  • Salary:

    Up to £30,000

  • Contact:

    Chris Cotton

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  • Published:

    7 months ago

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Harben Green are sourcing a Care Service Manager to join a specialist supported living organisation to lead their Northampton-based team. 


My Client is an expanding domiciliary care provider that supports young adults with disabilities & provides personalised care to encourage independent living. They actively promote a positive & inclusive company culture inspiring respect & independence.


A unique opportunity to lead & progress a committed team to support young adults with the highest quality of care through supported living services My Client is proud to recruit highly-professional employees who prioritise caring for their service users in a discreet & dignified manner.

  • Responsible for daily workforce management to deliver personal, social & domestic supported living services across the region. 
  • Provide support workers with strong management & advice ensuring high standards of professional practice. 
  • Ensure strict quality control & safeguarding in accordance with CQC requirements & regulations, striving for progression.
  • Promote the company's ethos to encourage independence ensuring respect, dignity & privacy at all times.
  • Deliver individual, up-to-date care plans whilst allowing freedom of choice.

Key skills & knowledge:
  • Proven management experience working with young adults with behaviour support needs (3+ years experience in a similar role)
  • Comprehensive knowledge of current CQC regulations & requirements, skilled in delivering process & consistent compliance.
  • Experienced in delivering innovative, individual care plans. 
  • Strong, motivational leadership to support your team to provide the highest quality, compassionate care.
  • With enthusiasm & energy, you will be passionate to make a positive change to the lives of individuals in the service & your teams.
  • Build strong & compassionate relationships with service users, their families & the local community. 

  • Up to £30,000 basic salary
  • Highly-rewarding company culture
  • Generous holiday allowance