The Gouldings Resource Centre provides vital support to people being discharged from hospital or helping people avoid admission to hospital. Our service offer extends to people receiving re-ablement care, day care and respite care that all results in a vibrant mix of activities and challenges in the home.
There is no better time to join our service as we integrate our re-ablement and rehabilitation offer with colleagues in the NHS Trust. You will need to be fully conversant with CQC Regulations as well as having demonstrable knowledge and experience in managing services in partnership with others. You will be driven by offering personalised services that are safe and of the highest quality. This will be done using your excellent leadership skills and your keen eye for efficient and effective practice that pushes the boundaries of traditional service approaches.
To succeed you will need a minimum of QCF L4 in a related field as well as the ability to work flexibly and lead by example. You will be part of the senior team for re-ablement and rehabilitation services and as well as leading the day to day operations at the centre you will play an active role in managing developing our service offer, across the health and social care system, into the future.
You will enjoy motivating and supporting a team of approximately 50 staff that includes Therapists, Assistant Managers, Support Workers and ancillary staff; all to get the best from them and to promote excellent care and support to the people we serve.
In return, we will offer you learning and development opportunities to excel in your role, an excellent salary and benefits package along with the support of a dynamic and experienced management team that will support you every step on this exciting journey.
Interviews will be held on either the 5 September or the 9 September 2019
For further information or an informal discussion please contact Martin Garbett on Martin.Garbett@iow.gov.uk.
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