Barrog Healthcare: Residential Social Care Manager (PIC)

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The Company:

Barróg Healthcare is a family run organisation based in Dublin with services nationwide providing residential care and day packages nationwide to enable people who need support across the areas of mental health, disability, aftercare, transitional and mainstream social care. We pride ourselves on working to support and champion both our service user’s and staff and welcome applications from any person that feels they would be a good fit within our organisation. The right candidate for this role will strive to enhance the lives of the individuals by promoting their community inclusion and equal citizenship.

Job Title:  Residential Social Care Manager, Person in Charge.

Applications considered via: E-mail, recruitment@barroghealthcare.ie

Application format: Please submit a cover letter explaining your suitability for the role and current CV for consideration

Contact for Informal Enquiries: recruitment@barroghealthcare.ie

Salary: 52-60,000K DOE

Job Type: Full time, permanent.

 Benefits:

  • Competitive starting salary
  • Promotion and development opportunities
  • Support for further education and training
  • Access to Cycle to Work Scheme and tax-free bus/Luas/rail/coach tickets
  • Access to Employee Assistance Programme (EAP)
  • Uniform provided
  • Pension scheme (PRSA)
  • Refer a friend bonus
  • Discounted driving lessons

Purpose of Role: With a vibrant team and rapidly growing business supporting individuals and families Barróg Healthcare are looking for a candidate with considerable knowledge and experience of working in the field of residential and social care.

The Residential Manager will be responsible for the management and effective delivery of residential care services.  They will be responsible for the day to day operations of the unit and ensure it runs smoothly and in accordance with the policies and procedures of Barróg Healthcare and in line with HIQA National Standards for Children’s Residential Centres.

To manage the home in accordance with its Statement of Purpose and to ensure the maintenance of a safe and caring environment in accordance with relevant childcare legislation, HIQA national standards and Barróg Healthcare Policies and Procedures.

 They will provide direct line management, supervision and leadership for the Service and support our dynamic team and our business at an exciting time of expansion.

The Residential Manager will ensure that the individuals we support will be treated with dignity and respect, promoting a culture of unconditional positive regard and compassion at all times.

Principle Duties/ Responsibilities:

  • To be involved in the recruitment and management of the staff team, this will include supervision duties.
  • To ensure that all care practices comply with relevant childcare legislation, National Standards for Children’s Residential Centres, and best practice.
  • To actively promote, participate in and ensure the provision of high standards of physical care, hygiene, and safety for all children/young people resident in the Home.
  • To manage the home so as to meet as far as possible the expressed needs of the individual children/young people, and to promote positive outcomes for them.

Essential Criteria Qualifications and /Experience:

  • A minimum level 8 degree in social care and 5 years experience of working in a social care grade with children.
    OR
  • A minimum level 7 degree in social care and a relevant management qualification suitable for a healthcare or social care setting and 5 years experience of working in a social care grade with children.

All roles subject to Garda Vetting, overseas security clearance and reference checks.

If you wish to apply for this post, please forward your CV along with a cover letter including the role you are applying for in the subject bar to recruitment@barroghealthcare.ie .  All applications and enquiries will be replied to promptly.  A full job description for this role is available upon request.

General Info

Date Entered/Updated
23rd Jun, 2022
Region
Dublin / Kildare
Expiry Date
23rd Aug, 2022