North Park Care Centre, I'Anson Street, Darlington, County Durham, DL3 0SW
3rd December 2019
3rd January 2020
ABOUT THE ROLE
As Regional Director within the Central Division at Barchester, you’ll be responsible for providing support, guidance and direction to a team of General Managers (GMs). We’ll look to you to achieve quality, customer, financial and growth targets within our support functions, which will include overseeing targets for each GM’s home. Day-to-day, that means you could be reviewing commercial growth, checking our homes are compliant with financial policies, or developing commercial partnerships with third party organisations, such as the NHS.
At the heart of these changes, you’ll promote our culture of sharing best practice and collaborative working with your strong, inclusive leadership style. You can also expect to support our GM’s development and maintain a talent pipeline that will ensure strong leadership across our organisation.
This is a demanding, but incredibly rewarding role at Barchester. As a Regional Director, you’ll have the scope to make changes that have a real impact on our staff and residents – ensuring every day is the best it can be.
To join us as a Regional Director, you’ll have extensive experience in managing people, finances and resources within a heavily regulated, healthcare environment. In turn, you’ll be confident in your ability to operate all services to achieve ‘Good’ or ‘Outstanding’ ratings with the CQC, as well as improve customer satisfaction. It’s also important that you can effectively manage feedback and accordingly implement Quality Improvement Specialist action plans. You’ll be a personable self-starter with excellent communication skills, real attention-to-detail and an innovative approach to problem-solving.
As well as a competitive salary, we can offer you impressive benefits, including a mobile, laptop, and free training and development. You’ll have plenty of opportunity to grow your career in a large organisation with a warm and supportive environment.
If you’d like to use your leadership and people skills in an organisation that provides the quality care you’d expect for your loved ones, this is an empowering and rewarding place to be.