Deputy Local Service Manager - Mental Health - Part Time

Closing date 
South East

Deputy Local Service Manager – Part Time

Surrey Services – Willow House, Woking and Chart Lane, Reigate

£21,009 per annum (rising to £22,115 after 12 months, subject to satisfactory performance) pro rata salary

30 hours per week – 4 shifts across Monday to Friday

We are seeking a Deputy Manager to make a real difference to the lives of our service users in our two supported housing mental health services in Woking and Reigate. Working closely with the Local Service Manager, you will ensure the recovery approach is embedded in everything we do to support our service users to develop the skills and confidence to move into more independent accommodation. At Willow House and Chart Lane we provide low to medium levels of support during the day with an out of hours response and on-call service.

If you want to make a positive impact to people’s lives, this is a rewarding opportunity to come and work within an established and experienced team.

Read more about the schemes here – Willow House and Chart Lane

The role of Deputy Local Service Manager will include:

  • Managing, recruiting, developing and training staff, devising and managing effective rotas.
  • Promoting best practice within the team, leading by example and ensuring service users voices are heard.
  • Supervising the use of Recovery Star to ensure that effective support is in place and that risk management plans whilst keeping people safe enable positive risk taking.
  • Working effectively with stakeholders and other statutory and voluntary agencies to ensure the needs of service users, Local Authority and commissioners are met through the provision of a high quality supported housing service.

Skills and experiences:

  • Proven management or supervisory experience gained within a supported housing or care service.
  • Compassionate, caring and hard working with a hands-on approach to management
  • Strong communication skills and the ability to remain calm under pressure
  • Proven track record of developing relationships with partner agencies and key stakeholders
  • Excellent knowledge of current housing legislation, safeguarding practice, and data protection laws

Why work for Sanctuary Supported Living?

We support vulnerable people to live as independently as possible, by building their confidence and skills to realise their potential.

We are a national organisation but we think locally. We support people through supported housing, move-on accommodation, CQC registered services, floating support and telecare services. We specialise in services for young people, homeless families and individuals, people with physical disabilities, learning disabilities, people with mental health needs and older people.

Ready to join Sanctuary Supported Living?

As part of our commitment to making Sanctuary Supported Living a great place to work, we offer you access to a range of great employee benefits and the opportunity to develop and progress within your career. Benefits include:

  • A pension scheme with employer contributions from Sanctuary
  • At least 25 days paid holiday, rising to a maximum of 30 days after 5 years service (plus public holidays) pro rata
  • Life assurance
  • Family friendly arrangements, including opportunities for flexible working
  • Health and well-being plans
  • A variety of online discounts and rewards from major retailers
  • Tax efficient savings through our Cycle to Work scheme
  • A wide range of learning and development opportunities
  • The full time equivalent for this role is 37.5 hours per week and £26,261 per annum

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