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£278.84 per week
37.5 hours per week (working five days out of seven, which will include some weekend working and also bank holidays, between the hours of 7.00 a.m. and 9.30 p.m.)
What Qualifications Or Experience Do I Need?
No formal qualifications are required although GCSEs Grade C or above (or equivalent) in English and maths would be an advantage.
• Ability to work on own initiative and as a member of a team to support service needs
• Competent to administer medication and first aid as required
• Display a practice which shows a high regard for people, their property and their rights
• Good verbal and written skills in English
• Ability to work closely with people and their families
• To respect people’s privacy, dignity, choice and confidentiality at all times
• Calm manner
• Commitment to equal opportunities
• Provision of development and delivery of a high quality service
• Ability to undertaking moving and handling tasks
Clovelly Home specialises in providing both intermediate and long term care for vulnerable residents. It aims to ensure that all residents are able to maintain a quality of life which is both individualised and responsive to their particular needs within a homely setting. Residents are assured of privacy, independence and dignity supported by the highest possible standards of sympathetic professional care.
Address: Merrylees Road, Thornton, near Coalville LE67 1AP
Aspects Of Job Role
• Offer emotional, physical and social support to residents, respecting and upholding the rights and wishes of each individual and to promote and maintain a high quality of service to each person
• Demonstrate compassion, respect and empathy for the individuals
• Comply with the Health and Social care Professions Council Code of Practice for Social care Workers
• Support individuals as needed with their physical and personal care according to their support plan
• Be aware of the communication needs of each individual as detailed in their support plan and ensure they are met at all times, helping them to understand and be understood
• Support each individual to make choices in all aspects of their life
• Support each individual to be able to participate in the decision making process of the home
• Assist mobility following approved moving and handling procedures according to individual support plans
• Support individuals to go shopping, on outings or on holiday, as required
• Support individuals with their meals and drinks, responding to the needs and wishes of each person, as required
• Assist kitchen staff in the dining room ensuring that it is kept clean, tables are set correctly and meals are served according to the needs and wishes of each person to welcome and assist family members, friends and other visitors of people who live in the home
• Support individuals so that their religious, cultural and spiritual needs are met as outlined in their support plan
• Initiate, organise and support activities that respond to individual preferences both within the home and the local community
21 July 2017