You can help shape a culture that is transforming how care and education is being delivered across the UK
Our leaders play a pivotal role in the way we shape our future and deliver the vision of the company.
We take our commitment to care and education seriously.
We ask our leaders and our teams to rise to every challenge, no matter how complex, and deliver on our promises, because vulnerable people depend on us for their safety and wellbeing.
We empower our people to make decisions, to trust their instincts and to find solutions to challenges through creative thinking. By sharing our experiences, at every level of our team, everyone continues to learn and innovate.
If you’re an ambitious, forward-thinking leader who is passionate about delivering high quality care, support and education, then get in touch today.
A Typical Day for a Registered Manager
There’s always a friendly start to the day. When I walk through the door I’ll be greeted by all the people who live in the home and my team. We’re a tight-knit community – I work closely with all the members of my team each day. It’s important to always have a good sense of the atmosphere in the service, if any issues arise we can deal with them straight away and find a solution together.
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If it’s a particularly busy morning I’ll stay downstairs to assist individuals with their personal care before I go up to my office. When I’m in my office I generally answer emails, catch up with any admin tasks or make phones calls, ensuring everything is in place for the service to run smoothly.
At around midday we all sit down to have our lunch. It’s important that we all enjoy our meals together as it provides a meaningful dining experience. It gives the people we support the opportunity to have a chat and enjoy the company of others.
I spend as much time as I can downstairs. If I don’t have any specific office tasks to do I’ll join in with whatever activity is taking place. It’s a great way to build relationships and see how my team is getting on. If I see how they work I can make sure they have the right level of support and also identify if they need any additional training. I love to see my team doing well, it’s so rewarding.
At the end of the day, once all the tasks are completed, I like to catch up with all the staff again to find out how the day went for them. Or if there’s any information they need to pass on to me. I really enjoy my work and having the responsibility of managing a team.
Communication is key and we pride ourselves on being a great team.
Marta Majer, Service Manager
Training / Development
As a Salutem Leader you will lead a diverse team of people and manage a Service/Provision ensuring we meet the needs of the people we support and regulatory requirements.
From Senior Support Workers to Regional and Managing Directors, our Leaders are passionate about ensuring the people we support are provided with high quality support and care that is tailored to their individual needs.
To enable them to do that we offer training and qualifications in:
- Leadership inductions and coaching
- The Aspire, Evolution and Excellence Programme – Salutem’s bespoke in-house leadership development programmes
- Leadership mentoring programme
- Care Leadership & Management Level 5
- Team Leading Level 2 & 3
Workplace Apprenticeship Programmes
To help you further develop your skills, knowledge, and confidence and help you take the next steps in your career, you can access our Workplace Apprenticeship Programmes.
- Senior Leader (Non-Integrated Degree) Level 7
- Project Manager Degree Level 6
- Chartered Manager Degree Level 6
- Operation’s Manager level 5
Throughout all this, you’ll be supported by a workplace buddy and mentor so that you can ask questions along the way to help you get the most out of your training.
People like you work in care & education.
People like Sharon…
After 14 years working in pubs and clubs, Sharon Field took what she thought was a ‘stop-gap’ job at Bull Point House to make ends meet. Today, 16 years later and now the manager of the service recently rated ‘Outstanding’ in Care by the CQC, Sharon explains why she turned her back on her first career after discovering true fulfilment as a care professional
The company is really supportive; they look after their employees and give us loads of training. Over the past 20 years, the care sector has completely changed – you can really go places with it. There are lots of promotional opportunities and rewards, plus you can join a team of people who become like family to you.
We’ve got some fantastic team members here who started in other industries – including a former make-up artist, a builder, a maths teacher and a retired army officer. Care work is incredibly varied and interesting, and what you do genuinely makes a difference.