Deputy Support Manager
Autism Hampshire
Liss/Alton/Petersfield, gb
6d ago

Deputy Support Manager - Supported Living Services

East Hampshire

£26,212 - £28,397 per annum (depending on qualifications and experience)

Permanent, Full-Time position

Autism Hampshire is a leading support provider for people with autism and learning disabilities and we strive to be a centre of excellence for personalised, community based support.

As an Deputy Support Manager, you will be responsible for embedding a culture based on respect and dignity for people who use our services, providing supervision and clear management to a team of staff based across a range of supported living services.

We are looking for an Deputy Support Manager who will instill a culture of continuous improvement through dialogue with the people we support and their families.

As Deputy Support Manager you will be able to demonstrate experience in managing and developing staff alongside leadership abilities and excellent communication and interpersonal skills.

You should also have a minimum of 2 years experience within the social care sector and hold a minimum Diploma or NVQ (or equivalent) level 2 or 3 in health & social care and willing to work towards Level 5.

Alongside working in a rewarding role with committed and specialised staff teams, Autism Hampshire can offer :

  • Up to 26 days annual leave plus bank holidays
  • Flexible work patterns as part of a shift rota
  • Contributory Pension Scheme
  • Extensive Induction Programme and specialist Training
  • Continuous Professional Development (Including QCF)
  • Occupational Leave Benefits
  • Family Friendly Benefits
  • Employee Assistance Programme with an employee discount scheme on many retail items
  • Opportunities for overtime across all our services
  • Work related Travel Expenses
  • For further information about this Deputy Support Manager role, please contact the Human Resources Department on 01489 880881 ext 223.

    CLOSING DATE : 24 August 2022

    Autism Hampshire is committed to Safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff, supply workers and volunteers to share this commitment

    DBS and Home Office checks will be required.

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