Residential Team Manager


    Prior's Court

    Using your experience of autism care, as a Team Manager you are responsible for being a practice lead and for the day-to-day organisation of a team of autism professionals. 

    Through role modelling outstanding working practices, providing coaching, and mentoring you will support others to deliver excellent outcomes for young people aligned with their individual learning outcomes and development goals. 

    In conjunction with the Learning & Wellbeing Management team, our Team Mangers are responsible for the day to day organisation of a team of Autism Practitioners. Role modelling outstanding working practices our Team Managers ensure the health and wellbeing of the young people in the home.

    Using your experience and knowledge of complex autism and/or learning disabilities care you will support others to deliver excellent outcomes for young people, enabling them to lead fulfilling and purposeful lives.

    Line manage, coach and mentor a team of Autism Practitioners

    Support the recruitment and induction process as necessary

    Manage staff attendance including sickness and other absence

    Manage staff performance including monthly check-in’s, conduct, performance improvement, staff risk assessments and development plans

    Ensure the use of autism friendly strategies (Prior Approach) to provide learning & wellbeing support to young people

    Understand and support others to understand and implement young people’s This Is Me plans

    Carry out personal care for young people in line with their This Is Me plans

    Monitor and manage accuracy and timely completion of young people’s information within Prior Insight ensuring This Is Me plans are accurately maintained

    Ensure young people’s timetables are accurately reflected on Prior Insight

    Manage overall young people’s attendance

    Ensure Safeguarding procedures are followed keeping young people safe from risk of harm and/or abuse

    Ensure that young people’s health needs are met including medication administration

    Ensure young people’s clothing/shoes, possessions and personal finances are safely managed

    Ensure regular contact is maintained with young people’s parents and key stakeholders

    Undertake Key Worker responsibilities for assigned young people

    You will be expected to work Early and Late shifts across a 7 day week – 37.5 hours per week, 52 weeks per year. 

    Early Shift (7.00 AM – 16.00 PM) Late Shift (14.00 – 22.00 PM)