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Registered Children's Manager

  • Job reference: 241020119
  • Location: Essex
  • Job type: Permanent
  • Area of Expertise: Management
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Job description: Hi All I am currently looking for a Registered manager to work with Private Organisation within Essex Area.

Registered Manager - Childrens Services, Essex
Reports to: Responsible Individual/ Service Operations Manager/ Directors

Role: Responsible for all staff working within or from the Children's Home as identified by the Service Operations Manager/Directors.

- NVQ Level 4 in Childcare or Equivalent
-3 years' experience working with children in the last 5 years and at
-least 1 year at senior level
-Supervision or management experience
-Working with children, young people and their families
-Work in a residential setting
-Inter-agency work
If you are interested in the role, or know of anyone who may be, please contact Louise Rutter at Service Care Solutions on 01772 208964 or email If this isnt for you and you know someone suitable we offer a £250 referral.

Role£ ph LTDHours/Holiday
Registered Manager - Essex (Childrens Services)Negotiable 40 hours - 20 days inclusive of bank holiday

This post has been identified as being specific to the Statement of Purpose relating to the services provision of a specialist residential home for children who experience emotional and behavioural difficulties.

The post holder will be the 'Registered Manager' for the home as specified in the Children's Homes Regulations 2015 and required to fulfil the obligations set out in the Quality Standards 2015. The home will provide placements for young people where the plan indicates this to be the most suitable intervention. Therefore, emotional sustainability, sound partnership practice, verbal and written communication techniques, the ability to form lasting relationships, commitment to working issues through, to be tenacious in working in a planned way to achieve the best outcomes for the young person through establishing small achievable targets are required.