Occupancy Manager – Learning Disabilities

Full Time Permanent

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Domus are looking for an Occupancy Manager to join a national organisation who provide specialist support for adults with Learning Disabilities, Autism, Brain Injuries and Complex Needs.

As the Occupancy Manager, you will work closely with the group’s Operations Manager to assist in key aspects of new business development and growth. You will contribute to the personalisation of tender submissions related to new Supported Living and Community Support hours in the South East.

It’s important for you to have an understanding of Health and Social Care as well as the requirements across the South East. You will gain this by developing and maintaining relationships with key stakeholders.

We are ideally looking for an experienced manager within the Health and Social Care sector who is experienced increasing the occupancy of services for adults with Learning Disabilities.

Key Responsibilities of an Occupancy Manager:

Co-produce with the Operations Manager pro-active and prioritised action plans, pulling in data from a range of teams to drive enquiries for specific new and existing services.

Work with the Operations Manager and marketing team to develop the contact database and proactively contact new potential clients.

Work with the Operations Manager and marketing team to develop localised marketing material each vacancy, and proactively market

Work on the ground where the vacancies are and build strong relationships with local internal and external teams.

Meet with healthcare professionals, families and potential clients to understand requirements, undertake assessments and viewings and produce recommendations.

To undertake ‘matching’ of potential new customers requiring similar accommodation / requiring shared care and be involved in proposing new support opportunities

Ensuring that the final delivery of each service transition meets the agreed customer and stakeholder requirements specified in the service design package.

Make business decisions that are financially responsible, accountable, justifiable, and defensible in accordance with organization policies and procedures.

Monitor and update the Microsoft Dynamics, in order to keep the pipeline moving and up-to-date.

Provide support for the Operations teams as required.

Develop a solid working knowledge of the data, including when new services are opening, how many enquiries are at each stage of the pipeline, performance against targets, understanding of when new vacancies are likely to become available, information on customers’ buying requirements.

Identify local barriers to success and work with relevant teams to propose solutions.

Researching and analysing market trends and competitors.

Grow and manage a Transition Event Calendar

Represent the organisation at Provider Forum, conferences and events

Contribute to the personalisation of tender submissions related to new Supported Living and Community Support hours in the South East

Deliver presentations detailing the organisation’s support offering to a variety of audiences including Social Workers, families, provider forums etc. 

Key requirements an Occupancy Manager must have:

Experience of referrals and positive and successful admissions.

Must have a proven track record of influencing and supporting change.

Numerate, tenacious, with an eye for detail and results driven.

Excellent people skills.

Project Management skills.

Commercial awareness and good financial acumen.

Passion for supporting people and strong diplomacy.


Fantastic placement opportunities

Competitive rates of pay

Flexible working patterns

A fast and simple registration process

Great career development opportunities

Reliable and accurate payroll service

Progression Training

If you are interested in the above Occupancy Manager vacancy, please contact Michael White at Domus Recruitment.

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