Location: Piper Court
Contract Type: Full Time
Closing Date: 28 January 2021
Are you an experienced nurse who thrives on making a real and positive difference to the lives of older people?
If so, Akari Care would love to hear from you! We are looking for passionate Deputy Manager (RGN) to join our leadership team.
At Akari Care, we provide residential and nursing care services to the elderly across the UK. Each care home is an extended family, bringing together residents and their loved ones, our colleagues in care, clinicians, hairdressers, commissioners and CQC regulators, members of the local community – the list goes on. We are focussed on creating a warm and inclusive environment in which our residents feel a sense of security and belonging, while at the same time retaining their dignity and self-respect.
We never compromise on the quality of our services and our extended team includes trusted GPs, Dentists, Chiropodists and Dieticians, who all work hard to improve our residents’ quality of life. Our dementia care homes have qualified, dedicated staff who help people to maintain the identity and dignity of our residents. With a focus on living life to the fullest, our homes offer activities such as hairdressing salons, bars, cinemas, gardening, and cooking courses to name just a few!
In our Deputy Manager (RGN), we look for people who are experienced in senior positions within a nursing care setting and are familiar with regulations and legislation.
As part of our leadership team in the home, you will work closely with the Registered Home Manager, being responsible for:
What we need from you:
What’s in it for you
Piper Court Care Home is situated in a housing estate in Stockton-on-Tees. It is a traditional working-class community made up of hard-working, warm and generous people.
The welcome we give to visitors reflects the friendliness that is evident in the wider community. As people come through the door they are greeted with a smile and asked if they would like a drink, no matter who they are.
When staff interact with residents, we don’t want them to be someone they’re not. Lots of our staff are from the local community, so interaction should be just as it’s always been. This is such a close community and we want to encourage social rapport, so not only are staff very warm, they use colloquialisms. We get the families involved too – it’s a very eclectic approach.