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Unit Manager, Berkshire

Permanent

Berkshire

£32,323 - £39,049 Per Annum + Benefits

Key Skills

Nurse, Care Assistant, Management, Home care, Unit Manager

Roles available across Berkshire - Reading, Maidenhead, Thatcham and Newbury

Unit Manager - Salary between £32,323 - £39,049 per annum - 48 hours per week

About the role - 

  • Leading your team, you will be in charge of all day-to-day care activity in your designated  unit or floor within the home, including maintaining accurate records  for each of or residents, whilst consistently delivery the very highest care standards. 
  • You will take responsibility for assessing the physical, mental and social needs of our residents, whilst at the same time building excellent personal relationships with both them and their families. 
  • Creating and developing strong links with local professional bodies, you will play an important role in raising the care home's profile within the community. 
  • It is likely that, from time to time, you will be expected to provide cover outside of normal hours.


Who we are looking for -

  • A level one Registered Nurse and experienced NVQ level 3 qualified Care Assistant. 
  • You will be committed to championing independence, choice and dignity in the home.
  • You'll have dedication and passion for helping make everyday special for our residents.
  • An ability to build warm and trusting relationships with our residents and their families.

What's in it for you?

Our care homes values its people, so you can expect a competitive salary and benefits include - 

  • 28 days holiday (including bank holidays) pro-rata depending on your working hours.
  • Pension and life assurance available.
  • Child care voucher scheme.
  • Free Uniform
  • Comprehensive induction, on-going training and development to widen your career prospects.

Interested in this Vacancy?

Call us on: 07743 925 242

Send us your CV: denisegillmore@athena-recruitingservices.co.uk

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