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Deputy Manager, Gowlands

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Gowlands in Rochford is Hamelin Trust’s short break service for adults with learning and complex disabilities

Set in five spacious acres, the site (which is also home to our Hydrotherapy Pool and horticultural project, Roots and Shoots) provides a relaxed yet stimulating environment for our service users.

We require an experienced Deputy Manager to work alongside the Registered Manager of Gowlands.

The ideal candidate will have worked with learning disabled people (and ideally those with complex needs) preferably in a short break or residential setting.

Previous experience of managing staff, administration of medication and a sound knowledge of CQC regulations is required.  A good working knowledge of Microsoft Word and Outlook is also needed as is experience of report and care plan writing.  A person-centred approach to care and support is essential.

You will be self-motivated and able to lead and motivate a staff team, an excellent communicator and committed to enhancing the lives of our services users whilst safeguarding their wellbeing at all times.

Some daytime shift working will be required (early and late shifts between 7am and 10.00pm) including alternate weekend working.

As part of the Hamelin Trust team you will receive

  • Competitive salary
  • 25% weekend and bank holiday working enhancements
  • Free DBS check
  • Free induction training – including the Care Certificate and on-going training
  • Access to our Employee Assistance program
  • Free onsite parking

If you wish to have an informal chat about the role, please feel free to contact the HR team on 01277 653889

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How do I apply?

Please follow the APPLY NOW link to complete your application online.  Alternatively contact the HR department on 01277 653889 or email hr@hamelintrust.org.uk

What’s it like working for Hamelin Trust?

Hamelin Trust is a progressive and forward thinking organisation with good old fashion values of care and support.

We offer our service users safe and stimulating environments and we require dedicated and flexible staff to help us maintain a person-centrered, tailored approach to those we support.

In return we offer competitive pay including weekend, bank holiday and night enhancements (for direct care), free induction and on-going training including Diploma studies and a warm welcome to all new staff!

Hamelin Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the interests of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All appointments are subject to a completed DBS check, satisfactory to the organisation, plus the completion all other required pre-employment checks.