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First Line Manager

Location West Vale, Calderdale
Salary £33,189.00 per annum
Hours 37.5 hours per week
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St Anne’s is an award-winning provider of care and support services throughout Yorkshire and the North East with a reputation for providing high quality, person-centred care and a rating of ‘Good’ or higher across 95% of our registered services.


First Line Manager                Ref: RS/116

£33,189.00 per annum pro rata (Subject to Pay Review)

37.5 hours (Generally office hours, with a requirement to be flexible)

Glenholme Respite Service, West Vale, Halifax

We are a registered CQC service with a score of Good in all areas from our last CQC inspection. Our service thrives on building strong relationships with individuals by supporting people and providing consistent, effective care.

This is an exciting opportunity to manage a respite service for up to a maximum of 14 people each night who have a learning disability and require support. People using the service have a diverse range of support needs. People may also have behaviours of concern, a physical disability and/or mental health issues.  

There are currently approximately 40 people using the service on a regular basis.

The service is dynamic and fast paced, providing short term support to people who currently live with their families or carers. The service also provides emergency support to people with learning disabilities if circumstances require it.

You will be the CQC registered manager being responsible for the provision of a high-quality service through the development of a skilled, experienced, diverse and motivated team.

As well as working as a part of a team to maintain or improve clients’ health and wellbeing, you will ensure the service is compliant with CQC and local authority requirements, and support with effective management of all aspects of the service.  

The successful candidate must be able to demonstrate supervisory skills and the ability to motivate a team and be creative with service development. You must have excellent communication skills, both verbal and written, this includes being able to communicate effectively with family, carers and a variety of other professionals.

Most importantly you will be able to demonstrate respect and understanding of clients’ rights and needs. You will have previous experience and knowledge surrounding risk assessment and health and safety procedures. You must have sound IT knowledge and be confident in use of Microsoft Office including Word and Outlook and using the Internet.

The successful candidate will possess Level 5 Health and Social Care or equivalent or be willing to work towards this once in post.

At St. Anne’s we want to reward our employees for their hard work and offer the following benefits:

  • 20 days annual leave rising to 25 days plus 8 statutory holidays
  • Flexi-time working scheme plus other flexible working opportunities
  • 24 Hour Employee Assistance Programme through Occupational Health Provider
  • Cycle To Work scheme
  • Continuous opportunities for ongoing training and career development
  • Free parking at most sites
  • Life Assurance and discounted income protection scheme

For more information and to start your application please click Apply.

For an informal discussion on the above post, please telephone Lisa Monaghan on 07814 896 410.

Closing Date: 24th October 2021

Interview Date: 2nd November 2021

St Anne’s actively promotes equality, diversity and inclusion. We want people from underrepresented groups such as disabled, Black and Minority Ethnic (BAME), Lesbian, Gay, Bi and Trans (LGBT ) communities to succeed at St Anne’s and our policies and procedures ensure that this can happen. Read more about our approach to diversity and inclusion here

St Anne's is a Disability Confident employer. We are actively working to recruit and retain people with disabilities and long-term health conditions in to our work force. If you are an applicant who has a disability, you will be offered an interview if you meet the essential criteria for the job.

St Anne's provides and develops a range of services throughout the North of England for people with learning disabilities, mental health issues, are homeless or have substance use problems.

Our commitment to a person centred approach is about ensuring people who use St Anne's services are able to contribute to the way those services are provided.

A competitive rate of pay

Life assurance cover and discounted income protection

Hundreds of discounts at major retailers

24 Hour Employee Assistance Programme

Continuous opportunities for training and career development

Flexible working opportunities

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