|Job Title||Head of Care - Central London - EXPIRED|
|Salary||£45k - 55k per year|
|Job Published||09 May 2017|
|Contact Name||Health Social Care Team|
Head of Care
£45,000-£55,000 per annum
Permanent, 40 hours per week
Central London - Zone 1
TPP’s client is a historic former Carthusian monastery, which has previously served as a private mansion, a boys’ school and Almshouse. They are located just a three-minute walk from a Zone 1 tube station in Central London.
They now operate as a registered charity that provides independent living and person-centered care to more than 40 elderly residents in a private community setting. Entering an exciting period, they are recruiting a new Head of Care whose primary responsibility is to provide care and support to their residents and tenants who are unable to live independently or who need assistance to manage that.
As an integral member of the Senior Management Team, you will be expected to lead a skilled and motivated staff group to provide high-quality nursing and domiciliary care, social care, and support to all residents across the site.
Our client will help you achieve your objectives by collaborating with other colleagues and Governors to help you develop into your new role.
You will have the opportunity to manage budgets and resources effectively, manage shift schedules, advise on all health and care plans, and to build good relations with external agencies, such as CQC, to promote excellent working practices with local health and social services.
If you have proven strategic experience in health care and/or social services management, as well as significant understanding of NHS framework, local authorities, and CQC regulatory requirements, please send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org, quoting reference J60086PG 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.