Inspire has a great opportunity to join the organisation as an Assistant Support Manager, assisting in providing a comprehensive community support service across the Angus area.
This position presents a great opportunity for someone with previous experience in a similar role, looking to make the next step up the ladder in Social Care or even someone looking to transition their career into a new and growing sector.
Key responsibilities include:
Co-ordinating rotas and daily allocations, staff sickness and operations within the service.
Assist with the compiling of the On call Rota
Assist with compiling support plans, ensuring that support plans are up to date and ensure that the change log is maintained
Work as part of the rota (including evening and weekend work) to role model best practice, encouraging and motivating the team/s to support the participation of the people using our services in all decisions affecting their lives
Work in conjunction with the Support Manager, the Regional Manager, Support Advisors and internal departments to identify opportunities for improvements which can enhance the quality of life for people we support
Proactively engage with families, external partners and regulators to establish productive relationships
Work with the team to meet the expectations of the people we support and ensure continuous quality improvement in relation to both internal and external standards
Achieve the agreed standard and evidence that you are striving for improvements in response to Organisational audits.
Improve or maintain the agreed standard in relevant external audits and inspections, e.g. the Care Inspectorate.
Ensure the people we support are the focus of decisions regarding rotas and the allocation of staff.
Regularly review the income of people we support to ensure they receive the maximum amounts available to them.
Ensure the aspirations of people we support are appropriately captured in outcome based support plans whilst promoting active citizenship.
Ensure that people we support are appropriately referred to the multi-disciplinary team, and that subsequent guidance is acted on.
Ensure that teams minimise the use of restrictive practices and proactively improve communication to meet people’s needs.
Be able to work effectively as part of a team
Be committed to continuing professional development and training
Demonstrate good problem solving skills
Previous experience in a managerial role
Proven track record of developing teams and individuals
Proven track record of managing budgets
Proficient in the use of I.T. such as Microsoft Word, Excel and Gmail
Proficient in the use of CM2000
Experience of supporting people with learning disabilities
Level 3 SVQ qualification in Social Services and Healthcare or equivalent
2 additional Level 4 SVQ in Management Units