37 hours per week, £35,745 rising to £36,648 after successful completion of training and probation period.


We believe that people work in social care to have the opportunity to make a positive difference in people’s lives. We also believe that work should be fun – we spend too much time doing it for it not to be.  Our business is our people and to allow people to do the best possible in their job we believe in a person-centred and flexible approach.

If you believe that too, then maybe we should get to know each other better?

We have an exciting opportunity to join our Supported Living team who support people with learning disabilities to live independent fulfilling lives.  We want someone with the right attitude and values who will fit in to our team and purpose and enhance it even more. 

To find out more about the service, click here.


About you

You’ll be a flexible person with a can do attitude and the ability to develop appropriate relationships with people, to support them to meet their potential.  Experience of managing a team of staff and adapting to get the most out of everyone is a must and you will take pride in delivering quality services.

No one will meet every single desired qualification. If your experience looks a little different from what we're saying and you think you can bring value to the role, we'd love to learn more about you!


About the role

You will be managing the quality and safety of a number of supported living services for adults with learning disabilities in the Bury area, alongside an operational support officer and a team of support workers. You will be supported by the deputy manager and registered manager of the service. You will also support our out of hours on call service on a rota basis.

Further information about the role can be found in the job description.


In return for your contribution we will support you throughout your career -

We provide a wide range of employee benefits, career development and lifestyle support services to ensure that you too feel supported, fulfilled and valued from day one of your employment with us.

For more details on learning & development, click here. Find out about our values and our purpose here.

Click here for stories on working for Persona, from people who work for us and read FAQ about working in care here.

 

Persona is committed to being an inclusive employer and recognises the value of having a diverse workforce that reflects the communities we serve.

We welcome applications from all people, irrespective of their personal characteristics or circumstances, and appointments are made objectively based upon talents, abilities and experience.

Where possible, we will support employees to work flexibly or with adjustments, so that they can perform to their best ability. We are committed to providing a working environment where all employees are treated with dignity and respect, and where individual skills and life experiences are valued.


Please note

Satisfactory disclosure at the appropriate level under the Disclosure and Barring Service is required prior to appointment.


If this sounds like the role for you:

Please complete the attached form, including your CV and a supporting statement of your choice* demonstrating why you think the role, and Persona, are the next career step for you.

*No more than 1 side of written A4, 5 slides of PowerPoint or 5 minutes of video footage. 

Deadline for applications is Wednesday 3rd July with interviews held in Bury on Monday 8th July.


We reserve the right to close this vacancy early if we receive sufficient applications for the role. Therefore, if you are interested, please submit your application as early as possible.

Please note we are not currently in a position to offer sponsorship to workers from outside of the UK.