Registered Manager


Evoke care are looking to hire a Registered Manager for our 3 bedroom mixed home which provides care for children with emotional and behavioural difficulties aged 11-18 years.

This is a fantastic opportunity to be part of a motivated and determined team. We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of the young people we support and our homes operate with a high staff to young person ratio. The job is full-time and will consist of 40 hours per week on a shift basis. This includes working some weekends.

Responsibilities of a Registered Manager:

  • To provide for the day to day management of the home and to safeguard and promote the welfare of all children young people
  • To manage the home efficiently and effectively in all aspects of the role
  • To ensure that occupancy is maintained at the optimal level, liaising with relevant commissioners when there are vacancies and working closely with the Executive Director.
  • To ensure that the Home complies with regulations and work towards meeting the requirements, standards, aims and objectives, policies and procedures of the company.
  • To manage the home to the highest professional standards and within the agreed budget.
  • To regularly review the level of achievement of services against service objectives and standards.
  • To develop, manage and lead the staff team in working with children with learning disabilities/autistic spectrum disorders.
  • To liaise and market the high quality and innovative work with children and young people to local authority partners
  • To liaise and market the high quality and innovative work with children and young people to local authority partners
  • To ensure full compliance with all regulatory bodies, including: Ofsted, Fire Authority, Health and Safety Executive and Environmental Health

Day to day activities of a Registered Manager:

  • To provide effective leadership, support and learning opportunities to staff
  • To ensure that communication systems within the home are effective
  • To recruit, induct and monitor through supervision and appraisals the performance of staff. This also includes any disciplinary action required.
  • To identify key stakeholders and commissioners of services for children creating a wide variety of networks and building sound professional relationships
  • To attend and where necessary chair meetings
  • To manage the home’s budget and develop a financial strategy
  • Ensure that staff are aware of their budgetary responsibilities and monitor compliance on a regular basis.
  • Participate in assessment of the children’s needs, care planning and implementation, reviews, planning and disruption meetings for young people.
  • To develop models of participation that enable children and young people to be involved in the decisions about their care and the running of the home.
  • To manage the Home’s contracts and service level agreements
  • To develop systems that will ensure a high level of child safety and risk management (ensuring individual risk assessments and environmental risk assessments are in place)
  • To ensure the Home maintains a high level of Quality Standards and adherence to professional codes of practice and guidelines
  • Assist in the formulation and/revision of policies and procedures as necessary
  • Promote and maintain a safe and healthy environment. Record and arrange for repairs and routine maintenance to the building and ensure work is carried out to an acceptable standard.
  • Liaise with staff and multi-agencies to ensure that young peoples receive support to their changing needs.
  • To attend, as maybe required, to the personal care needs of the children and young people in accordance with their respective needs and to ensure privacy and dignity is maintained at all times.
  • To ensure the holistic needs of the children are assessed and placement plans/care plans are in place and used as working documents
  • To ensure there is an effective keyworking system in place
  • Provide both written and verbal reports to your manager and be accountable for performance against plans and targets.
  • To work with children and young people in an individual or group setting
  • To work closely with the children’s parents, carers, families and significant others as appropriate
  • To ensure the home operates within a framework which values diversity and that the home endorses and implements equal opportunity procedures with awareness of anti discriminatory practice

If you have the right skills and attributes to be a Support Worker

Contact: Sade GRant
Reference: Totaljobs
Job ID: 87820186