Children's Home Registered Manager

Location: Mundesley, Norfolk
Salary: £42,119 - £45,250, depending on skills and experience. Maximum job rate £48,978 performance based.
Contract Type: Permanent / Full Time
Position Type: {Advertised Full Time / Part Time}
Closing Date: 20/05/2024 23:59

Residential Children’s Home Registered Manager


  • Salary: £42,119 - £45,250 per annum, depending on skills and experience.  (Maximum job rate potential is £48,978 per annum, performance related)
  • Hours: 37 hours per week
  • Based: Mundesley, Norfolk


This is an opportunity to make a genuine difference for young people in care.  You will have the opportunity to develop and shape a loving, safe home and a skilled team, using innovative research-based practice, to give the very best care to each young person.


As the Registered Manager of a Break Children's Home you will:

  • Join the experienced Care Management Team, alongside sixteen other managers.
  • Use your experience combined with Break’s model to lead a team which encourages children to develop a positive sense of self and ensure that professional standards are maintained to a high level.
  • Collaborate with Break’s Therapeutic team, who provide two days a week of therapeutic support, including advice and practical tools, to support your team to provide trauma-informed nurturing care for each child.
  • Provide effective support to staff, including advice and guidance, reflective supervision and annual appraisal.  You will be able to guide your team's development using Break's extensive specialist workforce training programs.
  • Work in partnership with young people, their family and friends, colleagues, and other agencies to achieve the best outcomes for each child in your care.
  • Work collaboratively with Break's Staying Connected service for a smooth transition when a young person leaves care, benefiting from in-house support and Break's lifelong offer.
  • Benefit from over 50 years of Break’s of innovative practice, a highly experienced Head of Service and peer support.
  • Have exciting opportunities to develop your career through our extensive workforce training programs.

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  • A 'golden hello' scheme worth £5000 to welcome you.  £2500 for candidates referred by recruitment agencies.  (Subject to conditions)
  • A competitive salary.
  • Excellent annual leave package, including additional service-related holiday from 2 years.
  • Support through OFSTED inspections
  • Access to a wealth of training and learning opportunities including the opportunity to enhance your professional development through funded level 7 courses.
  • The opportunity to influence Break’s strategy and direction as a member of the Executive and Leadership Teams.
  • Access to the Blue Light benefits platform enabling you to access discounts across a range of shops, venues and services (your membership fee will be reimbursed).
  • Life assurance to the value of 3x your annual salary.
  • Enhanced sick pay.
  • Access to multiple wellbeing initiatives.


About Break

Break is a forward-thinking non-profit organisation that’s delivered unique support for young people across East Anglia for over fifty years. Co-production with staff, young people and families is at the very heart of everything we do.


We have a range of residential services, a family assessment centre, a fostering agency, Staying Close, Staying Connected and services for disabled children and their families.


As a trauma-informed organisation, all our young people and employees are supported by our highly skilled therapeutic team - and our lifelong offer means that even when young people leave our care, we will always be there for them.


With low staff turnover and vacancy rates, we have over 90% good and outstanding gradings across our services and deliver great outcomes for our young people. Our ambition is to grow and build even further - creating an environment where people can develop their talent and see the difference they make. You could be part of this.



When you click apply, you will be taken to our application form where you can download the detailed person specification.



Our Head of Service, Scott Olivey, is available if you have questions on     



The first interview will be a Safe Care/ Warner style interview. Selected candidates will then be expected to attend a formal interview, including a young people’s panel.


To comply with the Immigration Asylum & Nationality Act 2006 and additional amendments, and UK Visa's and Immigration (UKVI) requirements, all prospective employees will be asked to supply evidence of eligibility to work in the UK.


This job is also known as: Leadership, Children, Children in Care, Children’s Care Services, Care, Children’s Social Care, residential home





The Company has experienced unprecedented growth over the past few years. We have a vast number of employees, and provide support to clients from all over the country.