Care Home Manager

Care Home Managers - take a bow! There’s something special about you. Your staff know it. Your residents know it, and... secretly you know it too! It is second nature to you to create a welcoming and caring environment. You are professional, personable and polite.

Care Home Manager Careers

Competitive Salaries + Range of Benefits

Join us where you will have exciting opportunities to work with loyal, likeminded people who deliver excellent support and care to our resident’s day in day out.

You will make a meaningful contribution to someone’s life is fulfilling, demanding, requires flexibility, professionalism and skills. As a care home manager you will be integral to developing personalised care plans for residents, be a good listener, and be able to liaise with family.

Orchard Care Homes staff are at the heart of what we do. We value the contribution our home managers make, you are critical to the success of our business and the well-being of our residents.

At Orchard Care Homes we will recognise you for your great motivational skills, your ability to get the best out of your staff and for the residents in your care. You will ensure the individual needs of every resident is met, that dignity and respect is second nature and that families and residents feel empowered to make individual choices.

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Home Manager Requirements

  • Must have previous managerial experience in a similar setting, and for some of our homes Nursing experience/Registered Nurse (RGN/RMN) with current NMC registration
  • Leadership qualities, effective communication and interpersonal skills are essential
  • Practice knowledge of auditing and care planning for residents with complex needs
  • Ability to carry out budgeting responsibilities for the home
  • Influencing and motivations skills, being able to work as part of a team is vital
  • Excellent understanding of regulations in relation to care homes including CQC standards and have the skills to ensure that these are met and maintained
  • Results focused recognising the commercial aspects of a Manager’s role
  • Be a passionate, approachable Manager of the care team

What our Home Managers say; 

Being a manager is all about leading people, so interpersonal skills are vital for the role but so is being able to share your vision, and explain your plan to your colleges, so that together, you can achieve the best for the home. You also need to be able to motivate and empower those you work with, so that they can complete their job successfully. I always try to be positive around the home as this not only rubs off on the residents but also the staff’s mentality, which makes for a much nicer work environment. Communication skills are another indispensable skill, as you will constantly be with residents, their family members, professionals and your team, so being able to communicate efficiency and appropriately would be advantageous in this role.