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Care Home Manager Jobs

Care home managers are responsible for the day-to-day running of residential care homes. It is their job to make sure the quality of care provided by the home meets the necessary standards. As a management role within the social care field, care home managers must have experience of assessing people’s needs as well as a firm grasp of managerial tasks like budgeting, recruiting and training staff, and maintaining adequate records.

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Registered Manager, Children’...

Oldham, Greater Manchester 
  £33,000 - £38,000  

Registered Manager

Halesowen, West Midlands 
  £32,000 - £36,000  

Registered Manager

Scole, Norfolk 
  £45,000 - £47,500  

Registered Manager – Children...

Newbury, Berkshire 
  £20 - £30  

Registered Manager – Children...

Goole, E Riding of Yorkshire 
  £38,000 - £42,000  

Registered Manager, “Outstand...

Tadley, Hampshire 
  £35,398 - £43,068  

Registered Manager, Domiciliary Car...

Limehouse, Greater London 
  £32,000 - £38,000  

Care Home Manager, East London

Barkingside, Greater London 
  £28,000 - £32,000  

Registered Manager, St Albans ̵...

St Albans, Hertfordshire 
  £40,000 - £40,000  

Children’s Residential Manage...

Kilmarnock, East Ayrshire 
  £27,000 - £27,000  

Care Home Manager

Shefford, Bedfordshire 
  £130 - £150  

Children’s Home Manager | Bed...

Bedfordshire, Bedfordshire 
  £35 - £35  

Unit Manager – Supported Livi...

Luton, Bedfordshire 
  £20 - £27  

Team Leader – Adult Social Ca...

Bedford, Bedfordshire 
  £12 - £16  

Registered Manager – Older Pe...

Flitwick, Bedfordshire 
  £30 - £35  

What’s Involved?

Car home manager jobs usually involve working with one of the following client groups:

  • Older people
  • People with mental health problems
  • People with learning disabilities
  • Young adults
  • The terminally ill
  • People with physical disabilities

The day-to-day responsibilities of a care home manager are diverse. These are just a few of the activities you could be responsible for:

  • Arranging stimulating activities for residents
  • Providing information, advice and support
  • Improving residents’ access to local services and facilities
  • Recruiting and training staff
  • Supervising care workers in the home
  • Fundraising
  • Developing and implementing policies

What Experience Do You Need?

Care home manager jobs are not entry level positions, so you will need experience that is relevant to the role in order to be considered. There are also a number of professional and educational qualifications we would look for in a prospective candidate.

For more information about care home manager jobs or to start your search, please register with Seven Social Care today. We work with quality clients across the UK to find you rewarding and well-paid care home manager positions in your area.

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