Manager – Adult Disability Service
- Location: Jersey, Jersey
- Salary: £44054 - £58081 per annum
- Type: Permanent / Full Time
- Contact: Ryan Newman
Seven Medical are looking to appoint a Manager to be responsible for the day to day management of a caseload of service users and staff team/s within the adult disability service with the philosophy and policies of the Service and Health and Social Care Committee.
To be responsible for the day to day management of a caseload of service users and staff team/s within the adult disability service with the philosophy and policies of the Service and Health and Social Care Committee. To be accountable for the ongoing review, monitoring and updating of care programmes, ensuring they are based on the assessed needs and expressed wishes of the service user, as stated in their person centred plan and for ensuring that care is delivered in accordance with professional and service standards. To be responsible and manage the allocated budget as delegated by the service manager, Adult Disability Services. The post holder will manage a staff team supporting service users with their own tenancies. Support is provided to service users to meet their physical, social, intellectual and emotional needs. This may include mental health issues, behaviours that challenge services and/or physical disability necessitating the use of hoists etc.
Rate of Pay:
Band 7 – £44,054 – £52,504 per annum
BAR £54,302 – £58,081 per annum
• To promote a positive image of the adult disability service to the local populace, visitors, potential recruits and other professionals and when acting as a representative of the Service elsewhere.
• To support service users to maintain their own tenancies with a variety of organisations including state’s housing, Guernsey housing association and private landlords.
• To liaise with other professionals, groups or individuals associated with learning disability services, in and outside of the HSC as agreed with service management.
• To welcome relations and friends and encourage close contact between them and the service user.
• To ensure that relationships with individuals are professional, warm and supportive, respecting at all times the individual’s needs and preferences.
• To ensure good communication with and between staff and regularly co-ordinate staff meetings.
• Effectively work with others during times of change to overcome problems.
MAIN DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
• To co-ordinate the assessment of service users with complex care needs including individuals with undifferentiated and undiagnosed conditions.
• To co-ordinate the development, implementation and evaluation of programmes of care for service users with complex care needs.
• To co-ordinate risk assessment processes to determine risks to the health and wellbeing of service users with complex care needs, taking relevant action to minimise these risks.
• To be responsible and lead on the ongoing review, monitoring and updating of careprogrammes, ensuring they are based on the assessed needs, evidence based and expressed wishes of the service user, as stated in their person centred plan and for ensuring that care is delivered in accordance with professional and service standards.
• To lead a team of staff in emergency and other acute situations, ensuring that the service user needs are met and that significant others are supported.
• To utilise information and data from a range of sources to identify service user problems and guide decision-making processes.
• To ensure that service user involvement is promoted in the planning, delivery and evaluation of care and that their wishes, beliefs and dignity are respected at all times.
• To ensure that all staff members liaise and communicate effectively with members of the multidisciplinary team and other agencies involved in the care of the service user.
• To act in accordance with the NMC professional code of conduct, and other professional standards set by the NMC.
• To ensure that professional standards are upheld by the staff members working within the post-holder’s sphere of responsibility.
• To report and manage untoward occurrences, accidents and complaints to the Service Manager and implement change where needed
• To act as an expert within own clinical area to other professionals.
• Within field of expertise, and organisational policy, request specific clinical tests to establish a diagnosis.
• To work flexibly in meeting the needs of the service required and as stated in the Duty Roster
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