We are looking for a 4 highly motivated and enthusiastic individuals to become a Care Coordinator for a residential home in Halstead. You will need a positive and proactive attitude and great organisation skills and attention to details, while being able to
• Potential to lead shift • Guide Support Workers in basic service users needs • Work with support workers to ensure files are up to date • Support and guide Team Leaders and support workers • Comply with all relevant policies and procedures while following ‘Support Plans’ • Supervision of all operational requirements for each location including staff rotas • Completion and Compliance of all necessary paperwork • Create and develop links in the local community • Inspire, develop and motivate their team • Be part of on-call rota • Positive and proactive with people leadership skills • Needs to be organised, consistent and detail oriented
This a great opportunity for anyone looking to take the next step in their career in care.
A Care Co-ordinator needs the qualities described in the previous Support Worker and Team Leader roles. In addition, they need to be able to support and guide Team Leaders and Support Workers and supervise operational requirements for each location including staff rotas.
They also need to comply with all relevant policies and procedures while following ‘Support Plans’ and complete all necessary paperwork. This means being organised, consistent and detail-oriented.
We also expect them to create and develop links in the local community, inspire, develop and motivate their team while being positive and proactive with people leadership skills, plus be part of on-call rota. This position is for 42 Hours 08.00-20.00
Every other weekend off
Their next step up will be to become an Assistant Manager.
Qualifications & experience needed:
Level 3 NVQ in Care or Health & Social Care minimum
Experience within a learning disability field at a Senior Level
Experience working with other professionals (health, local authority and CQC)