Domiciliary Care Manager

Job Title: Domiciliary Care Manager
Location: Old Colwyn
Salary: 25000
Reference: DomCareManager - OC
Contact Name: Ashley Burgoyne
Job Published: November 21, 2016 09:00

Job Description

  • Job Title: Domiciliary Care Manager
  • Location: North Wales
  • Type of Employment: Permanent
  • Function: Health & Social Care
  • Experience: Deputy level or above
  • Salary: £25,000 (Salary is reviewed and increased on performance at 6 months)

Company Description

As a Domiciliary Care Manager you will be working for a company that has a deep rooted belief in empowering all staff and clients in order to maximise the independence of all individual in our care.

We follow our core values impeccably, shared learning, equality and personalisation are the foundations that we work on and it’s allowed us to be one of the biggest care companies in the entire UK and trusted by tens of thousands of families nationwide.

The role

Your position as Domiciliary Care Manager will require you to independently build a project from scratch and structure it how you see fit, for the care of people with learning disabilities and mental health needs. The area you will be building the project in is based in Old Colwyn with a view of opening a new office in Mold.

You will register with the CSSIW as a registered care manager and thereafter manage the running of your project in line with CSSIW regulations and procedures.

You would be travelling between the areas of Old Colwyn and Wrexham and be responsible for increasing the hours of current clients through recruitment and management of care workers; you’d be responsible for assisting in their development and career enhancement.

This role is perfect for somebody that wants to build something and have full autonomy of a project; growing and nurturing it to see its full potential.

Qualifications and Skills

The successful Domiciliary Care Manager could come from the following backgrounds:

You could be a Registered Care Manager with Domiciliary Care experience or background

You could be a Manager with a wealth of experience and hold an NVQ Level 4 Management


You could be a current deputy with limited management responsibilities but hold a Level 5 Management Qualification and be looking for your step up into a full Management position.

As you would be out on the road and travelling it is essential that you have a full driving licence.

What’s in it for you? The offering.

This is a unique opportunity for you to build a project in your own image and how you see fit, with the full support and backing of the company.

Your salary will increase after you have built up hours for the clients after 6 months and be a sizable increase.

If you are a Level 5 qualification holder and looking for your break into management, then this is perfect for you to give you the experience that you need to really kick start a career in Health & Social Management.