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Deputy Manager - learning disabilities
Leicester

Job reference: 001593

Location: Leicester

Closing date: 01/01/2022

Salary: £22,000 per annum

Employment type: Full-time

Are you ready for the next step in your social care career? Join us as Deputy Manager in  Leicester.

We offer an excellent career path, many of our Senior Management Team started as support workers. If you've worked with people who have a learning disability this Deputy Manager role could fast-track your career.
 
Has your time as a Support Worker given you an understanding of how a great team can really impact on the lives of the people you support? We want to hear about your ideas and how you could put them into practice.
 
We are looking for a fun, energetic and flexible Deputy Manager to work along the Frontline Manager for this registered care service in Leicester. The role is varied with each day being different.  You will oversee the smooth running and delivery of our personalised services, in line with our vision: for all people with a learning disability to live a life that makes sense to them.
 
As well as deputising for the Frontline Manager, you’ll be managing rotas, mentoring, training and coaching staff. 
 
You will be working closely with the people we support, their families and both internal and external specialist services. You'll actively promote MacIntyre and develop links with the local community. You will put the people we support at the heart of everything you do.
 
This is a full-time role and you'll take your turn working shifts on a rota, including days, evenings, weekends, sleep in’s and bank holidays.

What we need from you

You will have experience of supporting vulnerable people, ideally those with a learning disability. You will have managed a team.

You’ll be creative in your thinking and your approach to staff, the people we support and their families, able to inspire and motivate.

You'll need to be well-organised, with a good understanding of budgeting, and be IT-literate.

You must be a driver with your own transport, as you will travel regularly between services in the area, as well as to meetings, conferences and training.


About us

MacIntyre is a national charity which supports over 1,200 people with a learning disability and/or autism.

We were founded in 1966 by the visionary parent of a child with disabilities and have been growing steadily ever since.

We celebrate and develop everyone’s unique gifts, talents and contributions.


Pay and Rewards

We provide a range of benefits to reward and thank our staff which includes:

  • Six weeks' annual leave including statutory public holidays
  • Workplace Pension scheme – MacIntyre will contribute 3% of your salary to all eligible employees
  • MacIntyre Staff Savings Scheme
  • Employee Assistance Plan (EAP) to support your health and wellbeing
  • Health Cash Plan which provides money back on core health treatments such as: optical, dental, physiotherapy, chiropody (at reduced cost)
  • MacIntyre Sick Pay (qualifying period)
  • Life assurance scheme offering valuable benefits to your dependents
  • MacIntyre Rewards Scheme which recognises and rewards staff
  • MacIntyre Perks which offers up to 6% discount off leading retailers including Tesco, Curry/PC World, Costa and many more
  • Access to the Blue Light Card which offers thousands of amazing discounts online and on the high street for emergency and social care staff.
  • Enhanced DBS Certificate (cost paid by MacIntyre)  


Training and Development

At Macintyre we fully support your training and development. We know it can be daunting to start a new job, and not everyone learns the same way, so throughout your probation we will provide you with a mixture of eLearning, face-to-face training and mentoring support whilst on the job.

But it doesn't stop there - throughout your career with us you will have access to our own dedicated in house Learning and Development team, Quality Specialists and HR Teams. These teams, along with your Area Manager, will provide you with opportunities to learn and develop professionally as well as enabling and supporting you to achieve professional qualifications and career progression opportunities - all free of charge.

How to apply

If this job sounds like the right fit for you, click on the Apply button on the MacIntyre website, complete some brief details and upload your CV.

We will get back to you whether or not you have been shortlisted successfully.



Safer Recruitment and Diversity statement

MacIntyre safeguards and promotes the welfare of the children, young people and adults we support. Therefore we work with successful candidates to complete appropriate checks prior to joining.

MacIntyre is committed to promoting equality, encouraging diversity and embracing inclusion among our workforce. We want our workforce to be truly representative of all sections of society and the people we support. As part of this commitment, our accessibility toolbar allows you a number of options: read adverts in another language (including Welsh for our Services located in Wales), change the font to Open Dyslexia, change the colours, and many others. Just click the button marked “Accessibility” at the top of the screen.

COVID-19 Information

During the pandemic we are following Government guidance regarding reducing transmission rates. This means we are taking every precaution to keep you and everyone involved safe during the recruitment process.

Additionally, please be aware that this advertisement is for a post at a CQC Registered Care Home and therefore by law successful applicants must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 unless clinically exempt. 

 

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