£37k - 40k per year
Health Social Care Team
0207 98 6070
10 months ago
Residential Service Manager – Leading Substance Misuse Charity
Circa £40,000 per annum
3 Month Fixed Term Contract with the option for extension + further development for permanent position
About the organisation:
TPP’s client is a leading charity offering treatment and support to people across London with problematic alcohol and drug use. The charity is currently looking to recruit an experienced Residential Service Manager for a small 10-bed female-only rehab in Central London.
The charity is looking for someone who really wants to make a difference to people’s lives. The service provides drug and alcohol-free support for women with substance misuse problems and complex needs, including domestic violence, offending behaviour, sexual exploitation, homelessness and eating disorders.
The ideal candidate will be required to work on bringing the service up to the highest levels of CQC Care Standards to prepare for a possible CQC inspection within the next following months. The successful candidate will be given the opportunity to work alongside the Therapeutic Programme Manager and lead a small team of Therapeutic Workers and night staff. You will also have the ability to participate on an on-call rota.
Our client will help you achieve your objectives by collaborating with the Head of Housing, senior management and other colleagues to help you develop into your new role.
If you have previous Managerial experience of working within a Residential Care setting, have relevant experience of work with Substance Misuse, have an excellent understanding of CQC regulatory requirements, and share passion for making a difference to peoples’ lives, please send your CV to email@example.com, quoting reference J60711PG and we will get more information out to you. Alternatively, for further details please feel free to contact Phil Garcia on (020) 7198 6070.
All applicants must be eligible to work in the UK
We value diversity at TPP and welcome applications from all sections of the community.