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CQC Registered Manager

  • £34500 to £37000 Per: annum
  • Rochdale, North West,
  • Permanent
  • Permanent contract
  • 25 days annual leave + bank holidays
  • Bonus Scheme
  • Points system
  • Pension Contribution 6%
Registered Manager (CQC)
Rochdale, Greater Manchester 
Working Hours:
37 hours per week, 5 days per week over 7 days
Flexibility required to work on a rota basis, covering days, nights and weekends
Rate of Pay:
£34,500 - £37,000 per annum DOE
An exciting opportunity has arisen for an experienced Registered Manager, to join one of our well established clients based in the Rochdale, Greater Manchester area. The aim is to provide service that achieves positive outcomes for service users and families/carers facilitating maximum independence, dignity, choice and control, through person centred planning and support and making sure the environment is tailored as much as possible to each individual’s needs.
Your duties as a Registered Manager will include, but not be limited to:
  • As Registered Manager for CQC, to maintain an up to date, in-depth and practical understanding of existing and pending legislation, relevant policies and standards in order to contribute fully on the strategic direction of the service.
  • To ensure timely submission of reports and notifications to CQC and to be responsible for the completion and oversight of relevant records and audits to comply with regulations.
  • To ensure that service users have their needs met and the service meets the standards set in the Statement of Purpose; safeguarding service users and ensuring the provision of high standards of care practice and the achievement of defined quality standards for service delivery.
  • To be responsible for the development and maintenance of care planning systems and systems for case recording in accordance with regulatory requirements; responding to complaints and investigating as appropriate.
  • To provide a capable environment for people with learning and physical disabilities through developing the physical environment and the skills of the staff team and strengthening the links with multidisciplinary community teams.
  • Provide necessary information, instruction, supervision and guidance to all staff in respect of implementing organisation’s policies and procedures.
  • To identify and meet the learning and development needs of staff through internal and external training delivery and maintain a record of learning and development activities and outcomes; whilst taking responsibility for identifying and meeting own training needs and professional development.
  • To be responsible for ensuring that the unit, all equipment and appliances is effectively maintained in accordance with compliance and health and safety requirements.
  • To lead communication and partnership working with other professional agencies, local community and voluntary groups so that service users and families/carers are helped to access a diverse range of opportunities and that the service is supported to deliver excellent standards of care.
  • To be responsible for managing, monitoring and controlling the budget in providing services that demonstrates value for money.
  • To manage, monitor and develop service performance by producing service and individual work plans, setting targets monitoring and appraising team and individual performance; ensuring that HR procedures relating to recruitment and selection, performance management, sickness absence, capability and discipline are adhered to.
  • To develop robust and effective administrative systems relating to the daily running of the service and maintenance of financial records. This also includes systems to support performance management information, concerning service delivery and performance compliance and building maintenance.
  • To establish and maintain a competent, motivated and confident staff team and provide leadership, managerial direction, guidance and support to staff, promoting equality and inclusion across all service provision and employment though policy initiatives, personal example, open commitment, clear action and direction.
  • To function as the on-call manager to support the unit out of hours, on a rota basis.
  • Any other duties appropriate to the grade and post.
Registered Manager require the below:
  • Full drivers license, with the use of a vehicle is desirable.
  • Enhanced DBS is essential
  • Level 5 Diploma in Leadership in Health & Social Care, or equivalent
  • A minimum of 2 years management experience in a social care setting that supports people with learning/physical disabilities.
  • Ability to deal effectively with emergencies and cope under pressure.
  • Ability to recognise and develop opportunities for the service and the people using it, along with managing the team and performance of others.
  • Working knowledge of the Health and Social Care Act 2008 (Regulated Activities) Regulations 2010 and the CQC guidance 'Essential Standards of Quality and Safety', along with knowledge of relevant policies and procedures.
  • Work practice which promotes equality and diversity
  • Willingness to work flexibly including weekends, evening and bank holidays.

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