Respite Shift Manager

JOB: Support Worker / Carer
Posted: Tue 5th December 2023
Deadline: Sun 21st January 2024

Reference: finda/TP/16919/4576
Salary: £27,538.47 - £29,554.46 (Sleep ins paid at £65)
City: Aldermoor, Southampton

New Year, Fresh Start!

This is a fantastic opportunity to join a market leading company in 2024!!

We are The Rose Road Association a Registered Charity providing essential Care and support Services in Southampton. We are passionate about supporting children and adults with Learning disabilities, Physical disabilities and /or Autism. 

We are looking for an Assistant Manager to join our lively and passionate team of managers in our adult and children’s respite homes.  The successful candidate will work as part of the service management team supporting the manager in delivering high standards of support to service users and providing support and leadership to staff.

Above all, we want someone who shares in our values.  These are:

  • A commitment to Quality and Standards and being the best, we can be
  • Treating people as individuals with dignity, being Person Centred.
  • Working Together as a team, with Trust and Respect for each other and for the families we support
  • Taking Pride and Passion in the difference we make to families and finding the Fun and Celebration in everything that we do

Alongside this fulfilling role we offer:

  • High Quality Training
  • Pension Scheme
  • Employee discount scheme
  • Free Employee Assistance and Wellbeing programme with 24/7 cover


Interested? Apply at https://jobs.roseroad.org.uk/ . You will be asked to register your details with Staff-finda and to upload your CV.  You will have access to the full Job Description and person specification and an opportunity for you to tell us about your personal qualities and why you believe that you are right for this role.

Salary: £27,538.47 – 29,554.46 (Sleep ins paid at £65)

Hours: 37 hours per week (evenings, weekends & and sleep ins)

This post is subject to an Enhanced Disclosure by the Disclosure & Barring Service. It is a criminal offence for people who are barred from working in regulated activity to apply for roles that require them to work unsupervised with that group (i.e., adults at risk, children, or both) 

We are committed to the equality of opportunity in both the provision of our services and the employment of staff to provide these services.  


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