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Operational Manager (Nights) 71590 SSLE (2)


Full/Part time

Norfolk County Council

Closing Date: 30/11/21

Benjamin Court, Cromer

£30,451 to £32,234 per annum, pro rata for part time. There is a market supplement of 10% to the base salary to all staff who are employed in night roles. This will be paid three times a year.

37 hours per week, averaged over two weeks

Expectation of working hours:  Night shifts from 9pm to 7am.  Alternate weekends. Bank holidays on a rota basis.

Permanent contract


‘Care for others. Make a difference’


As an Operational Manager you will assist the Service Managers in providing effective support to service users at Benjamin Court, Cromer to enable to return to living at home or avoid admission to hospital.  You will manage a small team of Reablement Coordinators, offering advice and guidance, as well as arranging cover for absence.


The applicant must demonstrate the ability to use IT, have knowledge of social care and experience of supervising staff.


Benjamin Court is a unit with 18 beds based in Cromer. Benjamin Court Accommodation Based Reablement service provides person-centred, accommodation-based support for a period of up to six weeks to help people regain as much independence as possible and return home.


Benjamin Court is part of the wider Norfolk First Response Service which consists of Norfolk First Support, Swift Response, Supported Care and Grays Fair Court (Accommodation Based Reablement Unit).


Benefits of working for Norfolk First Response: Competitive annual leave per year, competitive pension scheme, guaranteed salaried hours, regular working pattern, paid induction and Norfolk Rewards Scheme.


For more information on working for NFR please click on the link below: https://www.norfolk.gov.uk/jobs-training-and-volunteering/work-at-norfolk-county-council/vacancies/norfolk-first-response-jobs


If you would like to discuss the role in further detail please contact: Helen Stokes, County Manager – helen.stokes@norfolk.gov.uk


Covid-19 vaccination requirements

The Health and Social Care Act 2008 (Regulated Activities) (Amendment) (Coronavirus) Regulations from 11 November 2021 means people working in or professionally visiting CQC-registered care homes will need to be fully COVID-19 vaccinated unless they have a medical exemption. As the role involves visiting registered care homes, you will be legally required to show proof of full covid-19 vaccination or medical exemption and will need to provide evidence of this during the onboarding process