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Care Assistant

The Role:

Supporting clients to remain independent in their own homes. Our clients are vulnerable adults and young adults and children who have a wide range of needs. This role requires you to be 18 years plus as you will be required to administer medication.

Ideal Skills / Abilities:

  • Ability to use own initiative and prioritise a client’s needs.
  • Possess a responsible and mature attitude.
  • Ability to work without direct supervision.
  • Have empathy and understanding of issues encountered by clients with care needs.

Essential:

  • Care experience essential but full intensive training is provided.
  • Own a vehicle or have a means of transport to get to work.

Added benefits: 

We pay travel time from house to house and mileage is paid separately too!

Salary:

From £9.50 – £15.00ph

Duties:

  • Supporting and assisting with all personal care requirements
  • Charting or taking notes for others to review
  • Providing companionship and supportive listening
  • Observing and reporting any changes in the health or status of the patient
  • Preparing meals and feeding patients
  • Maintaining patient’s health equipment
  • Responding to emergency situations
  • Prompting and administering medication
  • Accompanying and transporting patients to appointments and/or social events
  • Facilitating community and recreational outings, including transport
  • Providing support with hobbies, studies, and social activities.

Please click here to fill out an application form.


Care Co – Ordinator

We are looking for an experienced, hard working, committed, motivated and reliable candidate with a full UK driving license and access to their own car to join our home care services team as a Care coordinator:


  • To establish and maintain effective working relationships with staff, clients and their families/advocates/informal carers and respond to any concerns or queries raised in a timely manner.
  • To carry out initial visit assessments with any client new to the service and develop and complete risk assessments and care plan documentation as required.
  • To ensure all Support Plans and Risk Assessments are kept up to date and meet clients’ needs and respond to changes effectively and in a timely manner.
  • To supervise all staff, on a one to one. Record, review and follow-up all supervisions
  • To report the findings to the Registered Care Manager as appropriate.
  • To carry out observation of practice visits with care staff, record and report findings to the Registered Care Manager as appropriate.
  • To ensure appropriate responses are made to the clients’ suggestions and complaints about the service provided and are reported to the Registered Care Manager/Directors within agreed response times.
  • Complete and distribute staff rota’s weekly, via rostering software application, within agreed timescales and respond to changes and update in a timely manner.
  • Liaise as necessary with partner professionals and organisations (e.g. social workers, GPS, nurses) in respect of developing and delivering holistic, person-centred packages of care.
  • To support the Registered Care Manager to structure and develop the business.

Previous experience of doing rotas, support plans and risk assessments and staff development in home care is ESSENTIAL.


Must have:

  • Full UK licence
  • Minimum training NVQ level 3 in Health and Social Care and willing to work towards level 5
  • Clean DBS


Must be:

  • Creative
  • Smart
  • Innovative
  • Self-motivated
  • Competitive
  • Ambitious
  • and Pride themselves in excellence

Please click here to fill out an application form.

Senior Carer

We are looking for an experienced, hard working, committed, motivated and reliable candidate to join our home care services team as a Senior Carer:

Key objectives

  • To supervise and participate in the delivery of care to all clients
  • To ensure the responsibility of each clients individual care ensuring a person centred approach is used at all time
  • To provide effective leadership for care staff through supervision, support and mentoring in all aspects of care.
  •  Work effectively with others within the clients home, as well as the team ensuring all clients needs are met.

Care and support

  • To monitor and report to the manager where assessments are not complete or due.
  • To actively participate and supervise in the delivery of care to the service users to ensure that their physical, social, intellectual and emotional needs are met and ensuring dignity, choice, independence and respect.
  • To be responsible with the team for the preparation, implementation, review and update of all service user support plans in line with their personal wishes and preferences involving service users, representatives, key workers and management as appropriate in line with SNE CARE policies. Ensuring a person centred approach is maintained at all times.
  • To be the responsible individual who monitors clients’ health needs and changes and take appropriate channels to follow up.
  • To include appropriate liaison with service users, relatives, care coordinators, managers and relevant staff.
  • To ensure service users choice and independence is respected through appropriate risk management involving all parties and ensuring accurate record keeping.
  • To support and work closely with families and friends offering them professional and emotional support as needed.
  • To administer prescribed medication to service users and assist in the management of an effective system for the safe control and administration of medication in accordance with policy and procedures.
  • To support the care coordinator in developing rotas in a cost effective way and to match clients with their preferred carers as much as is possible.
  • Ensure all staff are able to complete client paperwork with factual information and to a high standard.

General duties

  • To be flexible about working hours in case emergency cover is needed.
  • To be contactable, approachable and supportive to all staff and management team.
  • To attend staff meetings when appropriate and to be available for one to one sessions as agreed.
  • To attend appropriate training and development sessions as agreed with the Manager.
  • To maintain confidentiality at all times.
  •  To carry out any reasonable duties as requested by the Manager and care coordinator.
  •  To be aware of and comply with safe working practices as laid down by the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974.
  •  To uphold and promote equal opportunities in employment practice and service delivery.
  • Monitor that client times and duration of visits are adhered to and address such issues timely and also maintain records for evidence.

Please click here to fill out an application form.