Social Care

Specialist Support Manager

Full Time

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Specialist support manager*
*Full time – permanent – 37.5 hours a week – Monday – Friday*
We are working with a fantastic award-winning client who are looking for a specialist support manager to join a residential service in Ammanford. This is a great opportunity If you are looking to join a company who knows by ensuring that the staff are happy and well supported in their roles, this will have a positive impact on the care and support individuals using the service receive. This is a full-time position of 37.5 hours a week Monday – Friday. This role is ideally suited to someone who is aiming to enhance their career in leadership. We would be interested in speaking to individuals who have experience working within a similar environment.
Company benefits

Refer a friend scheme – £500
Free annual vehicle MOT
Free DBS check
Social care registration paid for
Employee health and well being scheme
Comprehensive training
Career progression
33 days holiday including bank holiday
Yearly performance and attendance bonusDuties include but not limited to

You will report to the registered manager and will be supported by a deputy manager and senior support workers
You`ll play a vital role in delivering a high-quality service and developing and mentoring the staff team
Work closely with the in-house specialist support services team, which include qualified learning disability nurses, PBS practitioners, active support facilitators and PBM trainers
You will act as ambassador for the service by establishing and maintaining good relationships with all care teams, prospect supported people and colleagues
You`ll liaise with the registered manager across the range of operational activities and assume responsibility for managing the service during the absence of the registered manager.
You will be responsible for providing quality care for vulnerable adults within a residential setting, you will ensure the highest quality of care is provided to the people supported through their person-centred care plansThe ideal candidate

You will have a minimum QCF level 3 in health and social care and be willing to work towards a level 4/5
You will have experience of the care sector, the regulatory framework, service delivery with excellent working knowledge of the essential standards and statutory inspections in social care.
You will be a passionate individual, who has experience of working with individuals who have a learning disability, autism and challenging behaviour
You are required to be computer literate with experience of Microsoft packages, have strong relationship building skills and customer service skills
You will need experience of developing strong relationships with service users, family members, health professionals, local authorities, including GP's and social workersApply today or alternatively call Stacey at BS Social for an informal chat – (phone number removed)