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Registered Manager

We are looking for a Registered Manager who is looking for something different, something where you can put your own stamp on a role, use your skills, knowledge, and experience to help us develop the operational plans for our charity. If you’re intrigued, keep reading, this is a great job opportunity for the right candidate.  
  • £30,812 - £35,136 per annum DOE.
  • Full-time hours, 35 hours per week.
  • Values driven organisation
  • Flexible working pattern.
  • Fantastic working environment & a genuinely great place to work.
  • Training and development opportunities
  • Fantastic work life balance
  • 25-days holiday + bank holidays (increases with length of service).
  • Up to 2 days discretionary leave each year.
  • Free parking
  • Pension scheme

This particular role is more akin to being an Operations Manager but would be perfect for a Registered Manager of a homecare or residential service who is looking to leave the care sector but wanting to use their vast knowledge. There will be the potential for you to take up registration with CQC to develop our services and offering a domiciliary care service where we can deliver personal care and medication calls. The main responsibilities of the job will be: 

  • Assisting the CEO with the overall management of the Charity’s services.
  • Developing & delivering the operational plans for the organisation.
  • Management of KPIs & our team’s performance.
  • Liaising with other organisations & agencies.
  • Cascading our values & representing the organisation.

How to apply:         

To find out more about the role please download the information pack or call Mark Storey on 0114 2505293. To apply please send your CV and a covering letter outlining how you meet the requirements of the role as set out in the job description and person specification to

Sessional Workers

We are looking to recruit sessional workers to provide support to our busy schemes.  We would like to create a bank of workers who we can call on, sometimes at short notice, and we are, therefore, able to accommodate a range of preferred working hours/patterns, including outside of normal office hours.  Work can include delivering small items of equipment required for discharge from hospital; collecting people who have attended A&E, taking them home and settling them in (e.g. checking the heating is on, making a cup of tea, etc).  A clean driving licence and use of a car is preferred.

Location:                  Sheffield

Salary:                       £10.03 per hour

Type of Contract:   Sessional

Hours:                       As and when required

Closing Date:          Ongoing

How to apply:         

To find out more about the post please ring Karen Redfern on 0114 2505291 or email For an application pack, please email 

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