General Manager

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  • Sector:

    Health & Social Care

  • Salary:

    £80,000 Basic + Competitive Bonus

  • Contact:

    Aaron Johal

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  • Published:

    about 1 year ago

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We are assisting a well renowned, expanding luxury Care provider to source a General Manager for their mid-sized nursing care home in Middlesex. 


My Client has a well-established portfolio of residential & nursing care homes across the South East of the UK. True to their values they are dedicated to providing kind & compassionate, first-class quality care for each of their residents.


A unique opportunity to manage an elegant, purpose-built nursing home located in an attractive London suburb. The successful candidate will be a strong Home Manager who will drive standards forward, coaching their team to deliver the highest quality of care in line with the company values. 

  • Responsible for the general management of all aspects of the home.
  • Provide exceptional levels of person-centred care, whilst developing a strong & passionate team.  
  • Forge & engage strong relationships with residents, the local community, internal teams and regulatory bodies. 
  • Ensure the home moves forward to improve & exceed current CQC requirements, maintaining their "Good" rating with a view to achieving "Outstanding".
  • Manage a financially profitable home through effective cost & budget management.

Key skills & knowledge:
  • 5+ years Home management experience.
  • Valid NMC pin is preferred or a NVQ Level 5.  
  • An in-depth knowledge & understanding of current CQC regulations & requirements.
  • Proven ability in managing "Good" rated homes or turning around failing homes.
  • Accomplished manager, someone who can provide natural, effective leadership to inspire their team to consistently achieve excellence. 
  • Sound financial & business acumen.

  • £80,000 Basic salary
  • Competitive bonus
  • Pension Scheme
  • Training & career development 
  • Employee discount scheme