Could you lead a care work team to provide outstanding level of care? Do you have proven experience of providing care, support and managing staff members?
If so, then this role could be for you! We are looking for an enthusiastic leader to join our team in our Hazelhurst care service in Lewisham to support residents aged 55 years and over. You will lead your team to ensure that customers receive appropriate care as determined by their care/support plan.
We are looking for exceptional well organised and enthusiatic team player, to support our residents, including many vulnerable adults, to achieve positive outcomes, including improving health and wellbeing, social interaction and tenancy sustainment.
As part of the management team you will be putting our customers at the very centre of the personalised services we deliver. You will be trained in effective needs assessment methods that focus on how our customers want to be living their lives. You will write comprehensive support plans that ensure every aspect of a customer’s life is supported so they are safe, secure and are able to maintain it in a positive, happy and dignified way. You will also lead and manage a team of Hazelhurst staff to ensure they provide a quality service to our residents.
Therefore, you will be quick to build relationships with customers, their relatives/carers, and partner agencies, and be competent at expressing yourself in writing.
In return we offer excellent benefits including 25 days annual leave, health cash plan, season ticket loan, cycle 2 work scheme, childcare vouchers, life assurance and a generous contributory pension offer. This is a busy but fulfilling role and you will be required to work some a variety of late, early, weekends and Bank Holiday shifts.
This is a full time post and a six months FTC opportunity with a potential to go permanent for a right candidate.
This role requires a DBS check. Therefore a enhanced check will be requested in the event of you being offered the position as part of our pre-employment checking process.
Applications for this role close at midday on 19 February 2019.
Shortlisted candidates will be invited to interview and assessments held on 6 March 2019 with some online test to be completed prior to that date.
How to apply
If you wish to apply for this job, please apply online.
If you are not able to apply online, please contact us to discuss your requirements.