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Les Amis – supporting and empowering Islanders with learning disabilities since 1975.

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A chance to help others live their best lives

Sep 21, 2018

Are you interested in furthering your career in the care sector? Would you like to be part of an organisation making a difference to those on the island with learning disabilities?

We are currently recruiting for a Registered Manager to join our growing family of carers. The full-time role will be responsible for the development and supervision of support staff, managing risk and reporting any safeguarding issues that arise. The role will also ensure that minimum national standards are maintained in the houses with respect to care and support.

Working with the Operations Manager, they will look to develop and implement a care service that can continue to meet the requirements of local legislation and UK national minimal standards.

As a Registered Manager, they will be required to manage house budgets and team and house meetings, enabling positive communications for the benefit of all. They will be expected to assist with the development of services for residents and service users, liaising with GPs and other health professionals.

The ideal candidate will have RQF/QCF Level 3 and be working towards Level 5, or level 5 Diploma in Leadership for Health & Social Care. They will have a minimum of two years’ experience in Health and Social Care with a drive to further their career and a passion for working with those with learning disabilities.

Our aim is to provide safe, effective and responsible care to our residents and service users.

We are continuing to raise funds for a new Nursing and Complex Care Unit which will home those on the island suffering from dementia. It is estimated that approximately 1600 people are living with a form of dementia in Jersey, with this figure set to double in the next 20 years. Les Amis works hard to meet the growing needs of the Learning Disability community and will be actively recruiting the best people to add to their team in order to meet the challenges they face.

Les Amis has enjoyed much recognition recently, being the only Channel Island organisation to have been shortlisted for an Investors in People Awards for 2018, honouring those with the best people management practices. We offer all our staff a highly competitive remuneration and benefits package, including sick pay and a staff pension. With a reputation for investing heavily in their staff, the local charity now employs over 200 people and are always eager to speak to those with the right attitude and approach to caring.

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