General Manager

Residential home for Adults with Learning Disabilities

Situated between Banbury & Daventry

Based in the Northamptonshire countryside in beautiful surroundings, we have an exciting opportunity for a General Manager to take over the running of residential care/supported living for adults with learning disabilities.

We are looking for a qualified person with at least 4 years recent experience (including 2 years in a leadership capacity) of working with adults with learning disabilities to join our caring, enthusiastic and friendly team of carers and support staff.  Within this role you will be the responsible individual with overall responsibility for supervising the management of regulated activity and ensuring the quality of the service provided.

You will have a genuine interest in the care of adults with learning disabilities and be motivated to achieving the very highest standards of care, support and development whilst also looking at the strategic planning of the company.

You will be an enthusiastic and professional manager with an NVQ 5/Social Work qualification or similar and hands on experience of working in partnership with health care, local authority professionals and CQC etc.  You will be up to date with current legislation and able to apply it and respond accordingly.  We are looking for someone who leads, thinks and plans strategically with warmth and humour.

Solden Hill House was originally founded on the principles of Rudolf Steiner.  We are committed to encouraging the development of all our residents to achieve their full potential in a holistic and therapeutic manner.

In return we offer an excellent working environment and the opportunity to lead an enthusiastic team of professionals.

An attractive package including salary and benefits will be offered based on experience and qualifications.

A detailed job description and person specification are available, please email info@soldenhillhouse.co.uk

Closing date for applications Friday 29th June 2018.  Interviews will take place week commencing 16th July.

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