This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced Home Manager to join the team at Prior’s Court to work in our Young Adult Provision, working with young adults 19-25 to lead best practice in autism care and learning; that respects and values each individual through person centred ethos.

Key Information:
Salary: £29,036 - £32,681pa depending on experience
Hours: 37.5 hours per week on a rota basis to include days, evenings, weekends and bank holidays
Contract type: Permanent
Closing date: 30 April 2017
Apply: Online application form

ABOUT PRIOR'S COURT

Prior's Court was set up by Founding Patron Dame Stephanie Shirley, whose vision of a centre of excellence for children with autism became reality with the opening of Prior's Court School in 1999. We have since grown to support around 80 young people with autism aged between 5-25 years with the opening of Prior's Court Young Adult Provision in 2011.

We offer a range of specialist services within a residential children’s home, school and adult provision to support children and young people severely challenged by their autism. 

THE ROLE

In conjunction with the Registered Manager and Care Management Team (CMT), you will be responsible for the overall management of the health and wellbeing of the young adults, the staff team, and the environment they live in. You will be expected to manage a Home to the highest professional standards and to ensure that the provision of care meets the fundamental standards as outlined by CQC and to be fully aware of all relevant statutory legislation and requirements, and ensure compliance within their home. The home currently holds a “Good” rating under CQC grading.

To apply for this role you will need to have NVQ Level 3 in Health and Social Care (or equivalent), Leadership and Management in Care Services Level 4 or Health and Social Care Diploma Level 5 (or willing to work towards this) together with experience of working in a social care setting and proven team working skills. Experience of working with individuals with learning disabilities is essential and a knowledge of autism would be beneficial. Good knowledge of National Standards of Care, excellent communication and time management skills as well as proven experience in managing and developing a staff team are essential to this role.

BENEFITS

Our care teams are key to the progress and achievements of young people at Prior’s Court and we aim to make them feel valued and supported with training in autism along with knowledge and skills they need to do a great job and develop their careers. Find out more about the benefits we offer.

HOW TO APPLY

Read through the application documents below, then complete a short online application form to apply. You may be required to fill in additional forms depending on the role and will be advised by HR following your application. You can read about our application process in detail here.

Application links: 
Job description Online application form

Policies:
Recruitment policy Safeguarding statement Equal opportunities statement Recruitment of ex-offenders policy


CONTACT

t: 01635 245928

e: recruitment@priorscourt.org.uk

All positions at the school are subject to a satisfactory Enhanced Disclosure & Barring Service check and references. Prior’s Court Foundation is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.