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Residential Team Manager

£31.00 to £40.00 Per Hour
Job Type
8 Sep 2022
Residential Team Manager To effectively manage one of Randstad's Statement of Work projects in partnership with the local authority, supporting children and young people. To lead on the development of the project and deliver the best outcomes in partnership with families and key stakeholders. Ensure practice is in line with statutory and regulatory requirements and children are supported to develop to their full potential. To undertake Management responsibilities for the service, ensuring the service is compliant and in line with Ofsted regulations Establish, review and maintain systems which support continuous improvement and development of childcare practice within the home. Plan and set work objectives, activities and standards for the Team over a course of Weeks and months. Coordinate and integrate team activities, resolving both routine and complex issues to ensure the effective delivery of Residential services. Ensure system and process is in place which delivers continuous self assessment and improvement of the home's performance against children's homes Regulations and Standards. Manage strategies for managing challenging behaviours of young people and involve young people and families in the design and running of the service. Ensure all health and safety procedures are complied with to provide for a safe workplace and living environment Assess and manage project risks to ensure that changes are carefully implemented and have a positive impact. Develop plans, identify resources and mobilise staff to meet service objectives to ensure the needs of children and their families are met To be responsible for the day to day operation/management of the service in line with Ofsted regulations. To take overall responsibility for all regulatory requirements associated with Ofsted registration.To ensure all safeguarding risks are acted upon immediately and the relevant action taken to mitigate the risk.KEY RESPONSIBILITIES To manage the residential service for children and young people providing direction to a team of technical/semi-professional/semi skilled staff and also junior staff to deliver a focused service to children To ensure the service provides effective planned and emergency support to protect and promote the welfare of children in partnership with Social work Teams, key agencies, parents and young people Provide direction to a team and act as a technical/professional lead, monitoring and providing guidance on the most complex policy decisions/cases/projects within a focused area which will have a significant impact on the service. Supervise staff and ensure all staff receive regular supervision, including reflective supervision. Working with individuals, families, carers/carer groups and communities within organisational and local multi-agencies, enabling them to contribute toward service planning. Create and maintain appropriate relationships with individuals, families and carers, other professionals, groups and communities that promote equality and trust. Work directly with and develop effective relationships and communications with partner agencies and service providers to share information, ensure joined up service provision in the best interest of children and young people. Identify implications for service needs, service efficiency and service delivery and alert senior managers to potentially significant opportunities and risks putting forward proposals to meet strategic service objectives Motivate, coach and mentor staff . To ensure leadership and management of staff including regular individual supervision and induction and development is available to all staff working in the provision Able to demonstrate knowledge and application of appropriate legal and policy frameworks and guidance Use professional understanding to identify implications for service needs, service delivery and to alert senior managers to potentially significant opportunities and risks. Control budgets and resources ensuring they are used efficiently. Ensure recording systems meet the needs of Standards and Regulations and Ofsted. Uses professional and specialist knowledge to understand and make formal proposals on resources, objectives and targets for service planning purposes, identify implications for service efficiency, delivery and the use of resources. Plan own work, set work objectives, activities and standards for the team ensuring timescales are met. Analyse and share information regarding Team and Service performance, identifying ways to improve operations, performance and efficiency. Address a broad range of complex problems and manage changing priorities.Essential Criteria - Recognised qualification in social care, Registered Managers award, NVQ 5 in Management Knowledge & Skills: Sound knowledge and understanding of relevant developments and initiatives relating to children. Ability to plan and organise a range of complex activities and priorities, Rota Management. Sound analytical and problem-solving capability. Ability to delegate and oversee work within the service area communicate with professionals and families. Coach, mentor, develop and support staff at individual and group level. Anti-oppressive practice. Child-focused and centred practice. Partnership with other professionals Engage and communicate with staff, management and leadership behaviours. Engage with children and families, supporting and involving them in service delivery. Professional accountability for decisionsRandstad Care acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad Care is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone. Did you know that Randstad Care have been awarded a place on the National Clinical Staffing Framework for the NHS? This means we will be able to bring you more opportunities within nursing & midwifery and clinical staffing
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  • Job Reference: 707260115-2
  • Date Posted: 8 September 2022
  • Recruiter: Randstad Care
    Randstad Care
  • Location: Carmarthenshire
  • Salary: £31.00 to £40.00 Per Hour
  • Sector: Healthcare & Medical
  • Job Type: Temporary