Dementia Care Manager

SweetTree Home Care Services
Dementia Care Manager
Job Reference
SweetTree Home Care Services
Swiss Cottage
£35,000 - £42,000 per annum
Full Time
Closing Date
Posted 56 days ago

Dementia Care Manager

As a Dementia Care Manager, you'll be responsible for providing compassionate care to your own case load of clients, supporting them to maintain independence and building strong relationships with clients, families, and relevant external stakeholders, you will guide and support the individuals in your care to achieve their set goals outlined in their care plans.

About Us

SweetTree Home Care Services is a multi-award-winning leading provider, with an outstanding rating from the CQC. For over two decades, we have been dedicated to offering exceptional support and community and home-based services for our clients. Our commitment to excellence has made us a trusted name in the industry. At SweetTree, everything we do has a heavy focus on making a positive difference in the lives of our clients. We are currently looking for a compassionate and dynamic individual to join our team a Dementia Care Manager. If you are an experienced professional with a passion for enhancing the lives of individuals and a commitment to excellence, then we want to hear from you!

Your Role

Reporting to the Head of Service/Operations Director, your responsibilities include assessing client needs, creating and implementing individualised and person-centred care plans, and overseeing day-to-day management of your client’s support. Your role extends to recruiting, supervising, developing, and managing your own team of carers, maintaining meticulous records, and actively participating in the development and expansion of networks within the dementia care service alongside your team.

About You

A proven experience of managing care for individuals with Dementia and a strong understanding of managing client needs. Knowledge of health and social care structure and relevant dementia legislation A proven ability to lead and develop and motivate a team and work positively in a diverse environment. Proficiency in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook, Access) Clear and tactful communication skills, both verbally and in writing Excellent organisational skills and a thorough approach to work Ability to work autonomously and collaboratively within a team. Desirable Skills: Relevant professional qualification Strong presentation skills

Your benefits

Ongoing support and development, with our Career Pathway with AIMs accredited training 25 days annual leave plus 8 days bank holidays A "Me day" - a day off plus £20 to spend on spoiling yourself Health & Wellbeing programme Shopping/Services discount platforms Free eye care vouchers Free DBS check Company Pension Scheme Longevity Service Awards Employee Assistance programme Social events such as Christmas and Summer parties

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