Deputy Manager in Wootton Bridge at Future Care Group

Date Posted: 3/23/2021

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Job Description

Deputy Manager (Nursing Home)

Solent Grange Care Home

Isle of Wight, PO33 4RW

  • Salary - up to 47k
  • Performance related bonus
  • Supernumerary role with on-call & clinical hours when required
  • Temporary Accommodation available
  • Employee Benefit Package – great savings, discounts & rewards
  • Discounts at major supermarkets, High Street Stores, Cinemas and many more

If you have an understanding empathy with the older person in a care home setting, we would like to hear from you.

Right now, we have exciting opportunity for a Deputy Manager Solent Grange Nursing Home, Staplers Road, Wootton 

The Job Role

To work as a committed member of the Management Team within the Home and support the Home Manager specifically taking the lead responsibility for Dementia, GSF, and staff training as well as undertaking audits of the Home. To actively promote and encourage as much personal independence and choice as possible within the activities of daily living and ensure person centred care is given at all times.

In the absence of the Home Manager, the Deputy will be expected to manage the general day-to-day running of the Home. He/she will be expected to provide continuity of care, laid down by the procedures operating within the Home, and be available to offer support and advice to all other members of staff, residents and relatives.

Rewards and Benefits

Our staff are at the heart of what we do; which is why in return for your dedication you will receive a competitive rate in line with current legislation and latest Home pay review, as well as a number of benefits.

We are passionate about developing careers. We have supported our employees to become Team Leaders, Qualified Nurses and even Home Managers!

Ideally The post holder will hold the relevant qualifications; have experience of working within a Dual Registered Care Home (desirable but not essential) and proven knowledge and empathy of caring for the older person. It is essential that the post holder shows strong professional leadership, a flexible attitude to work pattern and excellent communication skills. The role requires for the post holder to share with the manager the on-call duty roster.

If you feel you can provide excellent care for residents and have an approachable attitude, then this is the perfect opportunity for you.

People are at the heart of everything we do and we value every member of our team as being an integral part of our future.

The Future Care Group of care homes was founded more than 20 years ago as a family business and we are proud to say it continues to be run this way. We are one of the leading care providers in the UK with a solid financial performance. We are proud of the culture we have developed as reflected in our Vision, Mission and Values. We aim to provide a supportive and rewarding work environment where our team members feel valued and part of the Future Care family.

Our success to date has been down to the recruitment and development of similarly minded, hard-working team members, who share our goals and aspirations and actively work to help us achieve them. In return, we offer training and career development, within an environment of mutual respect and partnership – the result being that the highest possible standards of care are provided for our residents and, an enjoyable organisation to be a part of. As we continue to grow more opportunities will come your way.

Join the Future Care Group Talent Network today and stay up-to-date on our openings as they continue to become available!

Don’t forget, we have an amazing staff benefits scheme that will help you save money on your daily shopping as well as on your leisure time spending.

Your Future Matters.


Job Requirements

The ideal candidate will have

  • Valid NMC pin or
  • HCPC registration
  • CRB Check and POVA listing
  • Knowledge of Care Quality Commission (CQC) Guidelines.
  • Gold Standard Framework for end of life Care Desirable not essential
  • Knowledge of Dementia Strategy and Dementia mapping is desired but not essential