Unit Manager (Full-time) – 40 hours per week

Unit Manager (Full-time) – 40 hours per week

Elizabeth Finn is a leading care provider providing exceptional care throughout our nine prestigious care homes. We value the wonderful contribution all of staff make to our business and our ethos is to place people at heart of everything we do and our residents. We are owned by the charity Turn2Us who are a leading poverty charity


Rush Court, CQC rated overall good seeks to recruit to the following role:


Unit Manager (Full-time) – 40 hours per week


£21.74 per hour plus excellent benefits (including training and career development opportunities, staff welfare and support and heritage working environment)


Elizabeth Finn Homes are not able to provide sponsorship for applicants who currently do not have the right to work in the UK


This role will involve assisting the General Manager and Deputy Manager lead a team of Registered Nurses and Care Assistants, ensuring that high standard, person centred, clinical care is provided to residents at all times in line with the NMC’s Code of Professional Conduct and Scope of Professional Practice


You will support the Clinical Care Manager keep duty rotas up to date, with the appropriate skill mix of staff, assist new staff complete their induction and other training and ensure effective supervision and appraisal of staff in the team


This is a great opportunity to join a large, diverse team who are proud of the difference we make to our residents.


If you would like to have an informal visit please call Karen Temple, General Manager on 01491 837 223


For application details and more information on working in our team please contact Rush Court on 01491 837 223 or alternatively please email your CV to rushcourt.jobs@efhl.co.uk


Benefits include:


Refer a colleague and we will pay you a £500 cash bonus every time (terms apply)

Full paid induction programme

Blue Light Card paid for – provides members with thousands of amazing discounts online and on the high street

Employee assistance programme with free counselling

Occupational Sick pay upon commencement

DBS paid for

Long service awards

Cycle to work scheme


Professional development and study support

Accommodation in some Homes

Flexible shifts

Development and continuous learning opportunities

5.6 working weeks holiday per annum

Paid breaks

Free uniform

Pension scheme

Free on-site parking

Subsidised meals while on duty