- Competitive salary
Care Home Manager
Kincarrathie House is a residential Care Home with charitable status which is located on the outskirts of Perth. Kincarrathie is set within its own extensive grounds and is registered to accommodate 44 residents. Our aim is to provide all residents with a secure, relaxed and homely environment in which care, well-being and comfort are of prime importance. The Care Home Manger has overall responsibility to lead, direct and manage all aspects of the service provided and is responsible to the Board of Trustees.
Kincarrathie is consistently graded by the Care Inspectorate in the very good/excellent categories in all areas assessed and a key responsibility of the Manager is to continually seek to ensure that every aspect of care provided is measured against the highest standards.
The Trustees and Senior Management have already identified the need to examine future opportunities to diversify and grow the services provided. In working with the Board of Trustees, the Home Manager will be the key person in assessing options and implementing future changes.
Responsibilities of this role will include developing relationships with residents and their families to generate trust and confidence as well as providing innovative and creative approaches to all aspects of care to ensure overall standards are continually improving.
Suitably qualified, the successful candidate will have demonstrable experience as a manager or deputy manager of a residential care home for elderly people. Similar management experience in a broadly comparably field will be considered. You will be an effective and motivational leader with excellent communication skills.
For more information on this opportunity and to apply, please visit www.aspenpeople.co.uk/kincarrathie. For a confidential discussion please contact Catriona Mackie on 0141 212 7555 at Aspen People.
Closing date for applications – Monday 7th May 2018
To apply, please complete the form below and attach your CV and application form. If you do not receive an automatic acknowledgement please contact Melissa Scholes on 0141 212 7555.