Community Service Register Manager
Bury St Edmunds
20000 - 25000
Closing - 17 Aug 2021
Are you passionate about helping people with complex needs? Do you want to make a difference in your community? Do you have experience in people with learning disabilities and other needs? Are you looking for a new challenge? If the answers to these questions are YES, then apply today!
We are based in East Anglia, our community service support an array of clients with different needs. The aim is to support them to continue developing their key skill, being independent while at the comfort of their homes and accessing the local community.
This is a great opportunity to build strong and positive relationships with brilliant young people/ young adults, their families and help them to find further independence and confidence throughout adulthood life. This role will suit either a Deputy, or Team Leader or a successful care Manager who wants t join a supportive organisation. As a register Manager you will be assisting with all aspects of the service and ensure that our clients thrive within their environment and you will be accountable fo the day to day run and leadership of the Community Service. This includes meeting CQC standards, staffing and strong leadership and management.
The existing team are passionate, dedicated, motivated and are committed in n offering a safe and supportive environment to work colleagues and more importantly to each of our young people/ young adults.
FEVACA as an organisation invests in all their staff members and our training and development is outstanding with fabulous career progression – you can find more about us on www.fevaca.co.uk
If you are passionate about providing tailored support for individuals who require the highest standard of care, then get in touch!
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