Creative Support is a national, expanding not-for-profit organisation providing support to individuals with a wide range of care needs. Our services provide responsive and person centered care which is specific to the needs of the individual. The key to achieving this quality of support is by having a staff workforce that is hardworking and committed to ensuring the best possible quality of life and independence for those we provide this care for.
We are recruiting for a person centred, passionate and motivated Project Manager to lead one of our supported living services in the Bolton area. This bespoke service enables people with complex needs, autistic spectrum conditions and learning disabilities to lead fulfilling, happy and rewarding lives within high quality community based settings
You will be responsible for leading the delivery of care and support to three adults living within the service. You will be an experienced learning disability/autism practitioner with the ability to develop structured programmes of communication, personalised support and positive behaviour management. You will work closely with families and other professionals and will have the ability to supervise and mentor a staff team. You will help to deliver consistent, person centred services which meet the needs and preferences of individuals.
You will have previous experience, knowledge and a good understanding of working with people with complex needs and autism. You must be skilled in assessment and support planning, using a variety of methods such as, communication pathways & positive behaviour support strategies. You will manage and deploy staff effectively to meet the needs of service users, you will have excellent communication skills both verbal and written. You must have a hands-on approach and be able to role model and mentor staff. A relevant social care qualification is essential (RNLD, BASW, DipSW Diploma Level 5). Applicants must possess a clean and valid driving license and have access to a vehicle.
Creative Support is an equal opportunities employer and is committed to delivering local high quality care through a well-established and supported local work force.
- Comprehensive induction and ongoing Clinical and Professional training to develop your career.
- Friendly, open culture
- Rated Good in all areas by CQC
- 33 days annual leave per year
- Company sick pay scheme
- Free Life Insurance Scheme
- Regular on- site support from an experienced Senior Practioner Manager
- Full Corporate Support from an established Not for Profit Provider
- Exclusive online retail discounts Scheme
- Free Employee Assistance Service
- Work for a Company that has Achieved The IIP Silver Award and is committed to employee development