Are you an experienced carer looking for a way to further your career in care?
If the answer to these is yes, we have the role for you!
Cornwall Care is a registered charity and in our 25
year we are EXPANDING.
Already Cornwall's largest care provider, We are recruiting for Senior Support Workers in Liskeard. You will be responsible for assisting and enabling our clients with their personal care needs and will also work alongside and assist the Care Co-Ordinator and Service Manager to manage the day to day service requirements which includes writing and reviewing client care plans , and carry out routine observations and clinical competencies to ensure an outstanding quality of service is being provided.
Our Supportive Lifestyle's team make a real and positive impact to the lives of our clients who have a range of care needs as well as life experiences and personalities that makes every day varied and interesting.
With excellent progression opportunities and the support to achieve this, we pride ourselves on our Care Academy. We will help you to achieve your NVQ's, whatever level you are joining us with there is always the opportunity to achieve higher.
What you'll receive :
Generous salary of £22,600 per annum
Paid mileage - 0.35p per mile
Access to our Cornwall Care Academy
25 day annual leave
Shopping discounts with high street retailers and local suppliers
Free 24 hour counselling
Refer a friend bonus programme - earn up to £300.00 extra for simply recommending a friend.
Financial and health wellbeing advice and support.
What you'll do :
To work as a senior member of the care team who is responsible for the delivery of high quality, professional person centred care and support for people in the community;
enabling their independence in a safe, non-judgemental and positive environment.
Assist the Community Learning and Development Business Partner to deliver in-house Moving and Handling, Basic Life Support and Care Manager training as and when required, across all Community Services where required.
To carry out routine observations and clinical competencies to ensure an outstanding quality of service is being provided.
Ensure that all paperwork is kept up to date, correctly stored in accordance with GPDR and meets the CQC compliance and statutory regulations
What you'll need :
Diploma or NVQ Level 3 or equivalent in Health and Social Care, or Level 2 plus 18 months experience
Have a driving licence and own transport
Working knowledge of care plans and risk assessments. Minimum of one years' experience as a Care Assistant
Good standard of literacy and numeracy
Excellent interpersonal skills