A Career as a Registered Manager
A Registered Manager is a regulated professional who is registered with the Care Quality Commission to carry out management functions and duties on behalf of a service provider. Registered Managers are the second tier of regulation for social care. They are responsible for regulating the quality and safety of social care services in England. Registered Managers oversee the day-to-day running of the home, including making sure that any workers are meeting their legal duties and responsibilities such as health and safety. The role of a Registered Manager includes providing spiritual and pastoral care, supporting service users to make decisions about their care and their lives, delivering training for the workforce, leading in the development of social work policies, and operating independently with limited direction. This also includes all financial, administrative, legal, and regulatory aspects associated with delivering services for service users.
The Job Role
- Manage the day-to-day operations of the service.
- Responsible for the provision of leadership, direction, and management of the service.
- Organise and support workers to provide the best possible care.
- Ensure high levels of emotional and physical care are provided in accordance with the policies and procedures in place.
- Implement effective systems for workload allocation and management.
Skills & Experience
- Level 5 Diploma in Leadership for Health & Social Care.
- At least 2 years’ experience in a Health & Social care role with 1 year experience at senior level.
- Previous experience in compliance with the requirements of the Health and Social Care Act 2008 and associated regulations.
- Ability to display effective leadership skills to promote a positive working environment.
- Promoting the best interests of individuals while providing a person-centred service.