Deputy Manager

Our Deputy Managers assist Service Managers to truly make a difference, creating outstanding environments that are both wonderful places to live, and wonderful places to work. Whether you’re an experienced Deputy Manager, or looking to develop your leadership skills and responsibilities, we’re here to support your goals.

Through understanding the needs of the people you support, you’ll provide exceptional care that truly changes lives. A career with meaning, you’ll also have a whole lot of fun, too – from leading by positive example, to developing plans that allow the people we support to flourish.

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Key Responsibilities

As a Deputy Manager, you’ll undertake many different tasks and be assigned a variety of responsibilities. Here are just some of the things you can expect when joining us in this role.

Help the people we support to engage in meaningful opportunities and activities – empowering them to enjoy a great life filled with amazing experiences.

Support the Service Manager to provide leadership to colleagues, promote a learning culture within the team, and deputise for the Service Manager where required.

Assist with the daily management and running of the service, delivering high-quality care as part of a team that focuses on using a person-centred approach.

Promote respect and effective communication throughout the service, allowing colleagues and the people we support to discuss ideas, concerns, and ensure their voices are heard.

Provides opportunities for leading and developing colleagues, championing them to achieve their full potential.

Maintain care plans, assessments, and identify areas for positive risks to be taken to allow the people we support to achieve their full potential, and live a fulfilling and meaningful life.

Our Deputy Managers assist the Service Managers to create outstanding environments. From supporting colleagues in developing their training and understanding of care practices, to identifying positive risks to allow the people we support to achieve their dreams. Through leadership and support, our Deputy Managers empower colleagues & individuals alike.

And we'll empower you too - welcoming applications from all backgrounds and support those with different experiences to achieve their goals. If demonstrating a person-centred approach, caring nature and commitment to supporting disabled and autistic people – then we’d love to support you within your social care career.

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Making a Difference

A rewarding career that changes lives

Developing Leadership

Through communication and respect

Progression Opportunities

We want you to grow with us at Consensus

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Become a Deputy Manager

Does this sound like the role for you? If so, we’d love to hear from you. We have a number of roles available within our services across the UK. If you’re ready to apply, then hit the button below to find vacancies currently open near you.

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Our Team Leaders assist the service leadership to deliver the very best support, allowing the home to shine and the individuals we support to flourish. This is an important role in delivering meaningful support, and we love to welcome individuals with a variety of experience.

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From ensuring the service runs smoothly and achieves quality excellence, to encouraging personal growth and development of the team, every day is unique. Through leadership and support, our Service Managers make a difference to their colleagues’ lives, alongside adults with learning disabilities, autism, and complex needs – and are an integral part of ensuring everyone has the opportunity to flourish.

If you’re an experienced social care professional, find out if this could be the role for you.

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Beyond the traditional office-based positions and service roles available at Consensus, we understand the importance of specialised professionals in delivering exceptional care and support to those who live in our services. We have a range of Specialist Roles, from Nurses to Specialist Behaviour Support Practitioners.

If you’re a social care specialist, find out if these roles could be for you.

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