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Diversity & Inclusion Lead

Job Description: Deputy Director General Group. Extensive experience of operating in a business partner model, working with local managers to create positive business outcomes....

Company: BBC
Location: London W1A

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Deputy Home Manager

Job Description: Deputy Home Manager, Lily House. Standing in for manager in her absence. We offer first class care for the elderly on a permanent or respite basis, delivered by...

Company: Larchwood Care
Location: Ely

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Deputy Care Home Manager

Job Description: Deputy Care Home Manager. Benefits of the Deputy Manager:. Requirements for the Deputy Manager role:. Day to day tasks of the Deputy Manager:....

Company: Confidential
Location: Horsham

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Care Home Deputy Manager

Job Description: Report shortfalls to the Manager. A great opportunity has arisen in our warm and caring Residential and Nursing Home, Baugh House in Sidcup, Kent for a driven...

Company: Gold Care Homes
Location: Sidcup

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Deputy Nursing Home Manager

Job Description: Minimum Requirements for the Deputy Nursing Home Manager :. In order to be successful for this role of Deputy Nursing Home Manager , you will need to have had...

Company: AckermanPierce
Location: South East

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Deputy Care Manager

Job Description: Sense are looking for a reliable and motivated Deputy Care Manager to join our professional team at our service, Gillot Road, in Edgbaston, Birmingham....

Company: Sense
Location: Birmingham

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Deputy Manager

Job Description: As an ambassador for your service, you will provide leadership and management to the staff team alongside the service manager, ensuring each individual plays...

Company: Danshell Group
Location: Bishop Auckland

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