As the Registered Care Manager you have responsibility for managing a business, you will lead a team and be responsible for ensuring the whole facility operates effectively and of course ensuring we deliver the very best quality care.
So as the Registered Care Manager what do you need to do to make this happen?

Ensure the delivery of quality care – continually assessing our residents’ needs and wishes and developing the service to enhance their quality of life.
Actively ensure the home has the highest possible levels of occupancy – utilizing links with the local community, positively marketing the home and increasing public awareness of our services.
Take on accountability for the home – ensuring compliance with all company policies and regulatory requirements; striving to achieve the best possible care rating and other external recognition of quality.
Manage the financial effectiveness of the home – maintain the budget of the home and seek to identify opportunities to increase profitability and reduce cost.
Take on an active leadership role – you will need to be a visible leader in the home supporting the operation of a twenty four hour business.
Manage every facility in the home – although we are in the care business to deliver this you will manage every service from domestic and maintenance through to catering.
Developing your people – you will have the opportunity to build your team, by recruiting and developing the right people to grow the business and through supporting their career development.

In order to achieve this the Registered Care Manager should have:


Management and dementia experience
Hold LMC 5 in leadership & management or equivalent
Experience of working in the health care sector, be driven and motivated, have the ability to multitask and believe in quality care.
Strong leadership and management qualities are essential, as is a dynamic and flexible approach to the role.
Be able to support and develop each member of staff to their full potential
Have an excellent knowledge and understanding of CQC regulations
Be flexible and reliable
An all-rounder as this will be a very hands role
Be honest and trusting

If you have the skills to succeed in this role and are committed to the provision of quality care please Apply now.

About Meadowblue Ltd

The care facility is registered for forty elderly service users, largely specialising in dementia care. The care home holds a good reputation in providing person centred care and has achieved a Good rating with CQC.