Continuity of Care Services are seeking to recruit a Senior Care Assistant to join our Senior Management team.
Continuity of Care Services Limited is committed to giving every service user (family) a very personal approach to their own care and the Company believes that investing in our staff is a high priority to achieve the Company’s goals. Due to the nature of the business, with highly motivated and dedicated career driven individuals working at a senior level, we aim to provide a service that is second to none.
Senior Carer Assistants will work with the Company’s new recruits and enter into mentoring roles for them, helping them to learn from the very best we have to offer and ensure best practice and training is undergone to achieve the highest possible standards in care provision.
The Senior Care Assistant role will be required to work closely alongside the Assistant Care Manager(s) and Care Coordinator to ensure that clear, concise and detailed Care Plans are kept up to date and strictly adhered to.
Seniors will be required to ensure home files are kept up to date, delivering monthly paperwork into the office for auditing.
Will be required to assist with spot checks when required.
Senior Care Assistants must drive and have their own transportation as they will be required to traverse the county to reach all and any Service User as required by the Company.
Report changes to care packages to the office and ensure communications are passed on to team members within that package.
Ensure prescriptions are kept up to date within Service Users homes, that are unable to monitor this themselves.
Ensure computer systems are kept up to date which maintain the records for Service Users.
Work closely with the Care Coordinator ensuring all information flows through the Care Coordinator at all times.
Attend/arrange with Care Co-ordinator regular team meetings.
To attend monthly Senior meetings
Seniors will be part of the On Call system.
Senior Care Assistants would ideally be working towards a qualification in Health and Social Care NVQ/QCF Level 3, or already have the qualification of higher.
The position is a contracted to 40 hours a week.
Full Training provided.
Full UK Driving Licence
L3 Health and Social Care
Salary, between £18,000 - £21,000 D.O.E