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We are one of the largest learning disability charities in the UK, supporting over 2,500 people through our friendly, supportive, creative and diverse teams.
Join us as a registered manager with Hft and you’ll develop your social care career with one of the leading names in the learning disabilities sector. You’ll go to work each day knowing you can make a real difference to the lives of adults with learning disabilities.
About the role
There’s no such thing as a typical day here. As a registered manager, you will be responsible for leading a cluster of services, inspiring your team and putting the tools in place to ensure your services are safe, caring, effective and well led. This is a great opportunity to gain registered status, take on new responsibilities and build your management and leadership skills.
You’ll be managing teams of people and using Hft’s unique, person-centred model to support adults with learning disabilities, enabling them to lead enjoyable, fulfilling lives. We give our registered managers significant accountability and opportunity. This is a key role and you’ll have a wide range of responsibilities across several different supported living and residential support services.
Responsibilities cover people management, legislation, compliance and finance. You’ll be managing your own business unit, with accountability to your Regional Manager, who will offer guidance and support.
You will care about how you work in partnership with others, working closely with the people Hft supports and their families, along with your Hft colleagues, local authorities and other agencies. You’ll speak out for the people we support, negotiating the best possible support contracts. You’ll have great scope to innovate, network and make the most of collaborative opportunities.
This is a demanding role for someone who is ready to step up and take their leadership and management skills to the next level. You need to have a Diploma in Leadership for Health and Social Care and Children and Young People Level 5 or equivalent. If not, you will need to be able to achieve this, with our support, within your first 12 months. You’ll also need experience of working with adults with learning disabilities, ideally with people with complex needs. Experience of supervising and managing a team is essential.
You’ll need to ensure that support from your registered services meets all the relevant fundamental standards and you’ll need to demonstrate you understand your legal responsibilities and know what to do to ensure a service is compliant.
A full, current UK/EU driving licence is also essential.
About the Service
At our specialist residential care service in Cambridgeshire we work closely with the people we support, their families, carers and health professionals to deliver services that are personalised to meet individual needs and wishes. We encourage the people we support to choose how they live, while our innovative solutions support people with learning disabilities in making those choices and leading fulfilling lives as part of their local community.
In addition we have a dedicated team who are specifically trained to meet the needs of people with Prader Willi Syndrome and challenging behaviours’.
What we offer
The career development opportunities are excellent. With Investors in People and Skills for Care accreditation we are committed to investing in our teams to ensure they have the specialist skills and expertise needed to support others to live the best life possible. Your registration and induction process will start as soon as you join.
Access to the Hft Plus benefits package, which includes a great number of discounts and rewards across shops, restaurants, gym membership and days out; but also an Employee Assistance Programme with telephone and face-to-face support options.
Access to award winning training and development – Hft is one of only four charities to have achieved the Skills for Care ‘Centre of Excellence’ provider status
Annual staff award scheme – The Fusion Awards, and peer recognition through our GEM awards programme
20 days holiday (plus 8 bank holidays) increasing to 25 days after a year of employment (pro rata for part time staff)
A contributory pension scheme, private health and life assurance
Apprenticeships - gain a fully funded Level 5 Diploma in Health & Social Care whilst earning
Free DBS Check
Join us and help change lives.