Deputy Live-In Care Manager

  • Full-time
  • Date Advert Closes: 31 January 2024

Company Description

At our company, we're on a mission to bring joy and purpose to the lives of our clients. Established in 2011, we've been recognised for our exceptional relationship lead care and are seeking a compassionate individual to join our team. We are a family run community care company supporting private clients in your local area providing officially outstanding in all areas care with minimum 1-hour visits.

As a key member of our organisation, you'll play an integral role in ensuring our clients receive the highest quality care possible. And as we continue to grow, you'll have the opportunity to shape the future of our business while making a meaningful impact on those we serve.

Join us in our mission and make a difference in the lives of others!

Job Description

Are you ready to make a meaningful impact on people's lives while advancing your career? Home Instead Exeter and East Devon is undergoing an exciting expansion, and we're on the lookout for compassionate and talented individuals to lead our dynamic Live-In Care team. This is a golden opportunity for someone with a background in care management to elevate their career with a CQC-recognised outstanding company.

As a Deputy Live-In Care Manager, you'll be responsible for steering our Live-In Care services and Care Professionals. Your role encompasses a wide range of tasks, from handling enquiries and recruitment to continuously assessing client needs and coordinating our Live-In Care Professionals. You'll maintain impeccable care standards by adhering to CQC regulations and upholding the Home Instead Franchise standards.


At Home Instead Exeter and East Devon, we're more than just a care company; we're a supportive family. Join our team, and you'll not only have the chance to grow professionally but also personally in an inclusive and nurturing environment. Make a real difference with us!


The Ideal Candidate Will Possess:


  • Extensive care management expertise.
  • A Level 3 Diploma in Leadership for Health and Social Care.
  • Comprehensive knowledge of compliance and Care Standards regulations.
  • Exceptional skills in care assessment and planning.
  • Outstanding interpersonal and communication finesse.
  • The ability to inspire and nurture robust working relationships.
  • Exceptional organisational and planning skills.
  • A keen business acumen.
  • A track record of successfully achieving business growth targets.
  • Proficiency in IT systems.
  • A valid UK driver's license with access to their vehicle.
  • Compensation:

Additional Information

At Home Instead, the welfare of our clients is our top priority and we're committed to ensuring their safety and well-being at all times. As part of this commitment, all staff are required to undergo a DBS-enhanced disclosure.

Unfortunately, we're unable to offer sponsorship to applicants from outside the UK at this time. 

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