Registered Manager Children

Location Bradford
Salary £18.00 - £20.00 per hour
Ensure the home operates within the Quality Standards and Children’s Homes Regulations,
paying attention to detail to ensure the home is judged as ‘good ‘or ‘better’ by Ofsted
Inspectors. The post holder will have the ability to confidently lead the Regulation 44
monitoring visits and regulatory inspections from Ofsted, as well as supporting the staff to
contribute to the process. The postholder will need to develop action plans, provide reports
and risk assessments. You will also be expected to handle complaints and lead
management investigations as required.
Manage the home in order to safeguard and promote the well-being of children and young
People, taking the role as designated safeguarding lead for the home.
To inspire and lead the senior team within the home to have high aspirations for the service
and the children and young people. To enable the senior team to promote an ethos within the
home that best supports the children and young people and provides the necessary guidance
and support to the staff team.
Support and enable the staff to provide inspirational care, tailored to the individual needs of
children and young people, through support, encouragement and our ‘Model of Care’, create
a stable and secure base, where children and young people have a sense of belonging and
where they can begin to understand, address and work through their past experiences and
present difficulties and behaviours and be able to prepare for and achieve their full potential
in their futures.ensure the completion of, key worker tasks and the Implementation of Care
Plans, Positive Support Plans, Risk Assessments and Health Plans’ to ensure children and
young people are cared for consistently.
To robustly monitor and audit to ensure the effectiveness of the home. Identify any shortfalls
and implement strategies to address them. This includes ensuring that all children and
young people’s files are kept up to date and any remedial action is taken promptly. This not
only ensures information held on children and young people is accurate it also contributes to
the inspection process. To manage the confidentiality of information and ensure the staff act
in accordance with the Data Protection Act, when obtaining, transmitting and recording
information verbally, in writing and electronically.
To pro actively manage the staff team in supporting the day to day physical and emotional
needs of the children and young people in accordance with racial, cultural, religious, linguistic
and dietary needs. This ensures children and young people are supported to go to school,
enjoy leisure activities, stay healthy and also stay safe. To oversee the care and support of
children and young people who may have suffered trauma, neglect or abuse. All are likely to
display some difficult behaviour and to ensure the team respond to this appropriately and