In partnership with a high quality, award winning home care provider, I am seeking two care support coordinators to join their outstanding rated home care branch.
You will join an established, person centred team, consisting of a successful registered manager, several office-based staff and multiple care givers. You will effectively split your time between the busy office and in the community, supporting people in their own homes and promoting choice, dignity, and independence.
The purpose of the care support coordinator role is to ensure that clients and care givers receive outstanding, individually tailored care and support. You will also be responsible for the organisation and delivery of all policies, processes and activities which ensure quality care and support.
Other responsibilities, include:
" Creating, update and audit care plans
" Conducting service reviews and supervisions
" Liaising effectively with members of your team, external agencies and client`s families
" Assisting with staff training and development
" Scheduling care and support
" Using in-house systems to update care planning and cover care calls
" Participate in the on-call rota (normally, once every other week)
I am seeking applications from person centred, empathetic and professional applicants who can demonstrate a proven background in health and social care. Ideally this will be within the home care sector, but experience within residential and supported living settings will also be considered.
Successful applicants must:
" Hold a full UK driving licence, have access to their own vehicle and be flexible to cover care calls and attend service visits within a designated area
" Have completed the level 3 in health and social care or equivalent, or be willing to work towards this
" Demonstrate experience of leading a team, working within CQC guidelines and delivering personal care and support
" Be flexible to share the on-call rota
" Be compassionate, caring and professional and uphold excellent care standards
In return, you will receive:
" A generous salary of £22000
" Continued access to training and development, including the opportunity to secure accredited qualifications
" £0.30 per mile
" An excellent work-life balance, with the requirement to work Monday to Friday only and holding the "on call" phone every other week
" Access to employee assistance programme
" Access to company discount schemes
If this sounds like the perfect job role and organisation for you, please forward your CV via email or apply online today. Alternatively, please call our Birmingham BS Social Care office and ask for Lynsey to find out more!