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Clinical Deputy Manager

Location

Witney, Oxford

Salary & Benefits

£20 per hour

Vacancy Type

Full Time

Closing Date

27/10/2021

Clinical Deputy Manager 

Cedar Court, Witney

42 hours per week

Based in Witney, Oxfordshire, Cedar Court is a 63 bed home covering residential and dementia care.

Our Home

At Cedar Court we provide nursing and residential care for elderly frail and residents who are living with a dementia. Despite the complex needs of our residents we aim to maintain and improve our residents’ abilities so they continue to live their life in a meaningful and fulfilling way.

12 hours supernumerary per week.

Annual pin number paid.

Main Tasks and Responsibilities

  • Assistance with daily management of the home
  • Take responsibility for the running of the home in the absence of the registered manager
  • Help the registered manager with the general management of the home working under their guidance and leadership
  • Support the registered manager produce and maintain the systems and procedures for auditing and assuring quality of care provided by the home
  • Assistance with resident care
  • Assist residents with planning and meeting of their personal care and other needs.
  • Help to provide health supervisions and attention through direct nursing care when needed.
  • Be responsible for care planning, monitoring and reviewing arrangements.
  • Help with the formulation of social and health care plans for new residents and for reviews of current residents.
  • Help to control the issue of drugs, maintain the necessary records and to ensure the accuracy and reliability of the systems for administrating medicines.
  • Participate in the development of activities for residents.
  • Help ensure that the preparation, cooking and serving of food and drinks meet the required standards
  • Assistance with premise management
  • Help to ensure that rooms and common spaces are properly cleaned, maintained and adequately heated.
  • Help to maintain the standards set for the appearance and upkeep of the premises, indoors and outdoors.
  • Manage, as required, any planned maintenance programme.
  • Assistance with staff management
  • Supervise and support care and domestic staff to contribute to the efficient running of the home
  • Participate in staff meetings, staff supervision, training and development activities.
  • Take responsibility for the management of specific staffing matters as required by the registered manager.
  • Administration and Finance
  • Assist the registered manager with the management of the staffing, financial and material resources, including involvement with recruitment and selection.
  • Assist the registered manager to maintain the administrative systems for keeping records, particularly those required to comply with the current legislation.
  • Assist the registered manager to ensure that all operational policies and procedures are in place and followed by all staff.

In return for dedication and expertise, the successful candidate will benefit from a highly competitive package.

If you are looking for an exciting new challenge with a nationally recognised company, we would like to hear from you.