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Deputy Manager

We Want You!
Have you got what it takes to be a deputy manager at Lyndon Croft?
  • Thoughtfulness
  • Good Listening Skills
  • A Caring Touch
  • Kind Eyes
  • A Sparkling Smile
  • A Good Heart
If the answer is yes, we would love to hear from you.

You duties in this role would consist of:
  • Ensure that your home is adhering to the CQC regulation
  • To provide all requested management reports and updates within required timescales
  • Ensure the effective induction of new care staff, and provide ongoing supervision of trained staff
  • Oversee all aspects of medicine management, ensuring medicines are appropriately received, stored and administered
  • To monitor the quality of care provided through effective auditing and undertaking corrective action as required
  • To undertake staff reviews through supervision, annual appraisal and term meetings
  • To ensure the provision of emergency treatment for all clients when required, utilising relevant medical colleagues

A full job description can be provided for this role.
You will be required to have a proven management background or have shown the relevant attributes/qualities needed. Be able to demonstrate and role model positive behaviours and have a caring and professional ethos.
Free DBS Check
Enhanced rates of pay for qualified staff
Great team
Brilliant career progression
Free car parking
Brilliant job satisfaction
We offer and encourage a great range of training and development courses
Download Application Form
After you have filled out the application form, return it to recruitment@prime-life.co.uk

What our staff say

Why is a career in care so rewarding?
I find supporting people to enhance their quality of life is very rewarding. The training opportunities are very good – you can gain and impart knowledge at all levels, and I enjoy working with a team.
Would you recommend PrimeLife?
You can gain good recognition for your work, and progress to higher levels in your career.
I started as a Support Worker, progressing to a Senior within 6 months and now I am a manager with the responsibility of looking after a home with 12 residents and 20 staff have been enjoying this for the past 6 years.
What should a potential candidate know?
You might not think you have it in you, but give it a try. The rewards of just a simple thank you or smile from a resident can bring so much joy.
Angela Mee, November 2018