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Attleborough 
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Care Assistant We are a well established care organisation that provides a safe and homely environment where the unique needs of individuals are recognised and skilled staff is available. To ensure this we offer training and development for all staff to ensure that service standards are achieved. You will provide residents with the highest standard of basic care and support, in accordance with the Home's philosophy of care and the individual care plan. While acting in accordance with the policies and procedures of the home. RESPONSIBILITIES: *To build strong and meaningful relationships with the residents and assist them with their Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) to help them maintain and improve, where possible, their independence, individuality and mobility oAssistance with ADLs includes, but is not limited to: Bathing, dressing, grooming, eating, participating in meaningful and purposeful daily activities, empowering resident choice, desire and preference where possible *Serve as the Key Worker for a small number of residents within the home oEstablishing a very detailed and focused relationship with the residents and their family members/friends/other key visitors/other staff members so as to serve as a point of contact and reference for all parties involved Key workers should be able to coach other staff members on the specific preferences and routines that a resident may have and should also contribute to the resident's regularly scheduled care plan reviews *To actively participate in and champion the daily dining experiences oTo provide the residents with meals served from the heated trolley, adhering strenuously to Food Hygiene regulations oTo offer residents choices and seek alternative meal items when necessary with the help of the kitchen staff oTo help the residents choose from the menu and assist them with eating, report comments on food and requests for particular dishes to the Chef Manager *Help host our residents and their visitors oTo provide beverages for the residents and their visitors oTo answer the telephone and either forward calls or take messages in a capable and professional manner *To attend training and educational sessions as required oThis will ensure your skill set is up to date and that your confidence remains high while delivering care to the residents THE ROLE: *Capacity to communicate both verbally and in writing *Positive attitude, passion and willingness to develop skills within Care Assistant role *NVQ in Social Care, preferred but not essential *Flexibility to work shift patters *Good interpersonal skills *Reliable, Accountable and Punctual *To put the resident needs first and to assist them with the greatest respect and compassion possible *To immediately report any unusual findings to your supervisor *To assist and follow instruction from the Charge Nurses *Maintain thorough documentation *Previous experience in working with the frail elderly and those living with dementia is preferred but not essential Solutions Driven Ltd is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.

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Job Type
Permanent 
Contract Length
Permanent 
Start Date
asap 
Job Reference
BROOK/CA/TM 
Job ID
200644508 
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Caring Homes Group
Job Title
Location
Dorking RH4 2AY 
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Caring Homes Group
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Care Assistant - Dorking - RH4 2AY We are a well established care organization that provides a safe and homely environment where the unique needs of individuals are recognized and skilled staff is available. To ensure this we offer training and development for all staff to ensure that service standards are achieved. You will provide residents with the highest standard of basic care and support, in accordance with the Home`s philosophy of care and the individual care plan. While acting in accordance with the policies and procedures of the home. RESPONSIBILITIES: - To build strong and meaningful relationships with the residents and assist them with their Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) to help them maintain and improve, where possible, their independence, individuality and mobility - Assistance with ADLs includes, but is not limited to: - Bathing, dressing, grooming, eating, participating in meaningful and purposeful daily activities, empowering resident choice, desire and preference where possible - Serve as the Key Worker for a small number of residents within the home - Establishing a very detailed and focused relationship with the residents and their family members/friends/other key visitors/other staff members so as to serve as a point of contact and reference for all parties involved * Key workers should be able to coach other staff members on the specific preferences and routines that a resident may have and should also contribute to the resident`s regularly scheduled care plan reviews - To actively participate in and champion the daily dining experiences - To provide the residents with meals served from the heated trolley, adhering strenuously to Food Hygiene regulations - To offer residents choices and seek alternative meal items when necessary with the help of the kitchen staff - To help the residents choose from the menu and assist them with eating, report comments on food and requests for particular dishes to the Chef Manager - Help host our residents and their visitors - To provide beverages for the residents and their visitors - To answer the telephone and either forward calls or take messages in a capable and professional manner - To attend training and educational sessions as required - This will ensure your skill set is up to date and that your confidence remains high while delivering care to the residents THE ROLE: - Capacity to communicate both verbally and in writing - Positive attitude, passion and willingness to develop skills within Care Assistant role - NVQ in Social Care, preferred but not essential - Flexibility to work shift patters - Good interpersonal skills - Reliable, Accountable and Punctual - To put the resident needs first and to assist them with the greatest respect and compassion possible - To immediately report any unusual findings to your supervisor - To assist and follow instruction from the Charge Nurses - Maintain thorough documentation - Previous experience in working with the frail elderly and those living with dementia is preferred but not essential

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Job Type
Permanent 
Contract Length
Permanent 
Start Date
Asap 
Job Reference
Gar/Ca/TM 
Job ID
200629046 
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Caring Homes Group
Job Title
Location
Dorking, Surrey 
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Caring Homes Group
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Senior Housekeeper – Dorking We are a well established care organization that provides a safe and homely environment where the unique needs of individuals are recognized and skilled staff is available. To ensure this we offer training and development for all staff to ensure that service standards are achieved. Reporting to the Home Manager - To organise and maintain the efficient and economic cleaning of the care home. This is to ensure the smooth and clean operation of the Care Home. Responsibilities:- Clean and sanitize rooms including furnishings in assigned work areas Maintain high standards of cleanliness and sanitation throughout all facilities Demonstrate an understanding of age specifics, cultural, and ethnic needs for patients and customers that have language barriers, physical and mental impairments, learning disabilities, and those dealing with emotional stress Will need to demonstrate the ability to work without direct supervision Must have ability to do extensive standing, bending, lifting, and pulling carts and equipment The Person:- Strong leader and experience of leading a team of Housekeepers Excellent communication skills Ability to work on own initiative Ability to maintain high levels of hygiene within the workplace

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Job Type
Permanent 
Contract Length
Permanent Contract 
Start Date
Asap 
Job Reference
SHK/GAR/TM 
Job ID
200917926 
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Caring Homes Group
Job Title
Location
Kingston Upon Thames, Surrey 
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Caring Homes Group
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Bank Care Assistant Bank Kitchen/Housekeeping roles also available - apply for more detail! We are a well established care organization that provides a safe and homely environment where the unique needs of individuals are recognized and skilled staff is available. To ensure this we offer training and development for all staff to ensure that service standards are achieved. You will provide residents with the highest standard of basic care and support, in accordance with the Home’s philosophy of care and the individual care plan. While acting in accordance with the policies and procedures of the home. RESPONSIBILITIES: • To build strong and meaningful relationships with the residents and assist them with their Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) to help them maintain and improve, where possible, their independence, individuality and mobility o Assistance with ADLs includes, but is not limited to:  Bathing, dressing, grooming, eating, participating in meaningful and purposeful daily activities, empowering resident choice, desire and preference where possible • Serve as the Key Worker for a small number of residents within the home o Establishing a very detailed and focused relationship with the residents and their family members/friends/other key visitors/other staff members so as to serve as a point of contact and reference for all parties involved  Key workers should be able to coach other staff members on the specific preferences and routines that a resident may have and should also contribute to the resident’s regularly scheduled care plan reviews • To actively participate in and champion the daily dining experiences o To provide the residents with meals served from the heated trolley, adhering strenuously to Food Hygiene regulations o To offer residents choices and seek alternative meal items when necessary with the help of the kitchen staff o To help the residents choose from the menu and assist them with eating, report comments on food and requests for particular dishes to the Chef Manager • Help host our residents and their visitors o To provide beverages for the residents and their visitors o To answer the telephone and either forward calls or take messages in a capable and professional manner • To attend training and educational sessions as required o This will ensure your skill set is up to date and that your confidence remains high while delivering care to the residents THE ROLE: • Capacity to communicate both verbally and in writing • Positive attitude, passion and willingness to develop skills within Care Assistant role • NVQ in Social Care, preferred but not essential • Flexibility to work shift patters • Good interpersonal skills • Reliable, Accountable and Punctual • To put the resident needs first and to assist them with the greatest respect and compassion possible • To immediately report any unusual findings to your supervisor • To assist and follow instruction from the Charge Nurses • Maintain thorough documentation • Previous experience in working with the frail elderly and those living with dementia is preferred but not essential

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Job Type
Permanent 
Job Reference
Gal.BCA.TG 
Job ID
200917773 
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Caring Homes Group
Job Title
Salary/Rate
ŁNEG 
Location
Ascot 
Posted
 
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Caring Homes Group
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Dining Room Coordinator We are a well established care organization that provides a safe and homely environment where the unique needs of individuals are recognized and skilled staff are available. To ensure this we offer training and development for all staff to ensure that service standards are achieved. Reporting to the Head Chef/Home Manager the role will involve taking responsibility for welcoming residents into the restaurant and ensuring all residents are attended to in a timely and professional manor. You will be expected to take responsibility for the dining area which will include allocating duties to team members and ensuring residents with specific dietary requirements receive appropriate meals. MAIN RESPONSIBILITIES: *Responsible for the dining area and supervision of residents dining *Ensuring the smooth running of all meal times *Ensure statutory Health and Safety standards are upheld at all times *Understand, and ensure the implementation of, the Care Centres Health and Safety policy, and Emergency and Fire procedures *Promote safe working practice in the Care Centre *Adhere to all Company policies and procedures within the defined timescales *Carry out any other tasks that may be reasonably assigned to you PERSON SPECIFICATION *Experience within a similar role *An understanding of the needs of older people with dementia

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Job Type
Permanent 
Job Reference
Dor.DC.TM 
Job ID
200915740 
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Caring Homes Group
Job Title
Salary/Rate
ŁNEG 
Location
Southminster 
Posted
 
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Caring Homes Group
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Support Worker (Full-Time, Part Time & Bank) - Asheldam, Near Southminster - salary can be discussed via phone/email At Consensus, we believe everybody can do amazing things. Our job is to help people achieve their full potential and start them on the journey towards greater independence. Deansbrook Farm has a reputation for excellence. We support people with learning disabilities whose behaviour has challenged other services and who as a consequence are at risk of their life opportunities and choices being restricted. Using a Positive Behaviour Intervention approach, the team at Deansbrook Farm have successfully reduced barriers which prevent community involvement and avoided unnecessary restrictions on the choices people make. If you are positive about people and are keen to be part of an exceptional team we can offer you the opportunity to develop your own reputation for excellence. Responsibilities:- Promote person centred approaches to support by working effectively as part of a key-working team to meet the needs of the people we support. Take a pro-active and innovative approach to supporting service users, maximising their potential by enabling them to engage in meaningful activities and opportunities Ensure the physical, emotional and cultural well-being of all individuals is identified and promoted. Actively liaise with the families and friends of the people we support, in a way that promotes and encourages open communication and feedback. Be responsible for recording, planning and evaluating support plans and risk assessments Work as part of a team to promote and encourage individual rights and independence whilst creating opportunities to develop daily living skills. Enable the people we support to access the community which may include holidays, outings and appointments. Represent the values of Consensus in dealings with external agencies and individuals Promote and adhere to good practice in Health & Safety within the service with regard to service users, visitors, colleagues and others Work within a flexible rota system adapted to meet the needs of individuals living in the service Help service users' to attain and maintain good standards of hygiene and personal care, providing assistance as appropriate The Person:- Positive attitude, passion and willingness to develop skills within Support Worker role Previous experience working with adults with learning disabilities / challenging behaviour NVQ 2 in Social Care would be advantageous Flexibility to work shift patterns Excellent communication skills Demonstrate commitment to the values of the company Consensus - Supporting Opportunity, Choice and Success for our customers and our staff

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Job Type
Permanent 
Start Date
ASAP 
Job Reference
DEANS/SW/HM 
Job ID
200910835 
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Caring Homes Group
Job Title
Salary/Rate
ŁNEG 
Location
Caerphilly 
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Caring Homes Group
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Support Worker (Full-Time) - Ty Machen, Machen, Caerphilly - salary can be discussed via phone/email At Consensus, we believe everybody can do amazing things. Our job is to help people achieve their full potential and start them on the journey towards greater independence. Ty Machen offers a specialist service for individuals with learning disabilities, autistic spectrum condition and associated complex needs. The staff team are skilled and knowledgeable in supporting people who present a challenge to the service. There are six bedrooms, all are en suite. The property is a large bungalow surrounded by beautiful grounds. Ty Machen offers an open plan kitchen/diner, large lounge, sensory/relaxation room and a further quiet room. The sun terrace surrounds the outside of the building. Ty Machen is situated in the small village of Machen, ten minutes from Caerphilly and fifteen minutes from Newport. Individuals are encouraged to access local facilities as much as possible including, swimming, bowling, cinema visits, eating out, work placements and attending college. People using the service become involved in cooking and general household duties. There is a large garden with a vegetable plot where individuals can take part in planting vegetables. Responsibilities:- Promote person centred approaches to support by working effectively as part of a key-working team to meet the needs of the people we support. Take a pro-active and innovative approach to supporting service users, maximising their potential by enabling them to engage in meaningful activities and opportunities. Ensure the physical, emotional and cultural well-being of all individuals is identified and promoted. Actively liaise with the families and friends of the people we support, in a way that promotes and encourages open communication and feedback. Be responsible for recording, planning and evaluating support plans and risk assessments. Work as part of a team to promote and encourage individual rights and independence whilst creating opportunities to develop daily living skills. Enable the people we support to access the community which may include holidays, outings and appointments. Represent the values of Consensus in dealings with external agencies and individuals. Promote and adhere to good practice in Health & Safety within the service with regard to service users, visitors, colleagues and others. Work within a flexible rota system adapted to meet the needs of individuals living in the service. Help service users' to attain and maintain good standards of hygiene and personal care, providing assistance as appropriate. The Person:- Positive attitude, passion and willingness to develop skills within Support Worker role Previous experience working with adults with learning disabilities / challenging behaviour NVQ 2 in Social Care would be advantageous Flexibility to work shift patterns Excellent communication skills Demonstrate commitment to the values of the company Consensus - Supporting Opportunity, Choice and Success for our customers and our staff

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Job Type
Permanent 
Contract Length
Permanent 
Start Date
ASAP 
Job Reference
TyMach/SW/JG 
Job ID
200907533 
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Caring Homes Group
Job Title
Salary/Rate
ŁNEG 
Location
Newport 
Posted
 
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Caring Homes Group
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Support Worker (Part Time) - Wilcrick, Newport - salary can be discussed via phone/email At Consensus, we believe everybody can do amazing things. Our job is to help people achieve their full potential and start them on the journey towards greater independence. Responsibilities:- Promote person centred approaches to support by working effectively as part of a key-working team to meet the needs of the people we support. Take a pro-active and innovative approach to supporting service users, maximising their potential by enabling them to engage in meaningful activities and opportunities. Ensure the physical, emotional and cultural well-being of all individuals is identified and promoted. Actively liaise with the families and friends of the people we support, in a way that promotes and encourages open communication and feedback. Be responsible for recording, planning and evaluating support plans and risk assessments. Work as part of a team to promote and encourage individual rights and independence whilst creating opportunities to develop daily living skills. Enable the people we support to access the community which may include holidays, outings and appointments. Represent the values of Consensus in dealings with external agencies and individuals. Promote and adhere to good practice in Health & Safety within the service with regard to service users, visitors, colleagues and others. Work within a flexible rota system adapted to meet the needs of individuals living in the service. Help service users' to attain and maintain good standards of hygiene and personal care, providing assistance as appropriate. The Person:- Positive attitude, passion and willingness to develop skills within Support Worker role. Previous experience working with adults with learning disabilities / challenging behaviour. NVQ 2 in Social Care would be advantageous. Flexibility to work shift patterns. Excellent communication skills. Demonstrate commitment to the values of the company. Consensus - Supporting Opportunity, Choice and Success for our customers and our staff.

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Job Type
Part Time 
Contract Length
Permanent 
Start Date
ASAP 
Job Reference
POOL/PT/JG 
Job ID
200903105 
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Caring Homes Group
Job Title
Salary/Rate
ŁNEG 
Location
Godstone 
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Caring Homes Group
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Support Worker (Full Time) - Godstone, Surrey - salary can be discussed via phone/email At Consensus, we believe everybody can do amazing things. Our job is to help people achieve their full potential and start them on the journey towards greater independence. Grovelands Farmhouse provides six bedrooms in the main farmhouse with a separate modern bungalow offering two flats designed to support two individuals suited to a more independent lifestyle. Grovelands Farmhouse is rurally located and is situated next door to Tandridge Hill Farm, enabling individuals to be involved in the care of animals, participate in arts and crafts and learn about horticulture. Individuals using the service can enjoy a range of volunteer work and are also supported to seek full time employment in the local community. Grovelands Farmhouse has its own transport for accessing local amenities and enabling individuals to access the community. Responsibilities:- Promote person centred approaches to support by working effectively as part of a key-working team to meet the needs of the people we support. Take a pro-active and innovative approach to supporting service users, maximising their potential by enabling them to engage in meaningful activities and opportunities Ensure the physical, emotional and cultural well-being of all individuals is identified and promoted. Actively liaise with the families and friends of the people we support, in a way that promotes and encourages open communication and feedback. Be responsible for recording, planning and evaluating support plans and risk assessments Work as part of a team to promote and encourage individual rights and independence whilst creating opportunities to develop daily living skills. Enable the people we support to access the community which may include holidays, outings and appointments. Represent the values of Consensus in dealings with external agencies and individuals Promote and adhere to good practice in Health & Safety within the service with regard to service users, visitors, colleagues and others Work within a flexible rota system adapted to meet the needs of individuals living in the service Help service users' to attain and maintain good standards of hygiene and personal care, providing assistance as appropriate The Person:- Positive attitude, passion and willingness to develop skills within Support Worker role Previous experience working with adults with learning disabilities / challenging behaviour NVQ 2 in Social Care would be advantageous Flexibility to work shift patterns Excellent communication skills Demonstrate commitment to the values of the company Consensus - Supporting Opportunity, Choice and Success for our customers and our staff

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Job Type
Permanent 
Contract Length
Permanent 
Start Date
ASAP 
Job Reference
JG/GRO/FTSW 
Job ID
200903036 
Contact Details
 
Caring Homes Group
Job Title
Location
Alloa, Clackmannanshire 
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Caring Homes Group
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Staff Nurse (RGN or RMN) - attractive salary which can be discussed via phone/email We are a well-established care organization that provides a safe and homely environment where the unique needs of individuals are recognized. To ensure this we offer training and development for all staff to ensure that service standards are achieved. Responsibilities:- Assess, plan, implement and evaluate the resident's needs Create and maintain with the home's staff an environment in which all members of staff can contribute to the maximum of their ability in providing a high standard of skilled nursing care to the residents and encourage recognition of the resident as an Individual Enable residents to live a fuller life style within the nature of their capability Know what is meant by British Standard, what constitutes this standard and how it assists the home to maintain and promote standards of care and administration in the home Demonstrate awareness of how clinical procedures related to resident's care are carried out and administered to maintain their well-being and to prevent symptoms of ill being Demonstrate dissemination of information and reporting to Manager Recognise the legal implications of nursing documentation Be aware of demonstrate relevant statutory legislation and company policies and procedures e.g. CS Act, NMC guidelines and Health and Safety Adhere to all procedures implemented in the Home and demonstrate understanding in practice Assess, implement and evaluate care for the residents The Person:- NMC Registered Nurse with an active PIN number Previous experience working in a residential care setting would be advantageous Strong team player and seen as a role model to the Care Assistants you will responsible for supporting Excellent communication skills Happy with shift work

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Job Type
Permanent 
Job Reference
JP/SN/HILL 
Job ID
200902603 
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Caring Homes Group
Job Title
Location
Lewes, Sussex 
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Caring Homes Group
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Staff Nurse (RGN or RMN) - attractive salary which can be discussed via phone/email We are a well-established care organization that provides a safe and homely environment where the unique needs of individuals are recognized. To ensure this we offer training and development for all staff to ensure that service standards are achieved. Responsibilities:- Assess, plan, implement and evaluate the resident's needs Create and maintain with the home's staff an environment in which all members of staff can contribute to the maximum of their ability in providing a high standard of skilled nursing care to the residents and encourage recognition of the resident as an Individual Enable residents to live a fuller life style within the nature of their capability Know what is meant by British Standard, what constitutes this standard and how it assists the home to maintain and promote standards of care and administration in the home Demonstrate awareness of how clinical procedures related to resident's care are carried out and administered to maintain their well-being and to prevent symptoms of ill being Demonstrate dissemination of information and reporting to Manager Recognise the legal implications of nursing documentation Be aware of demonstrate relevant statutory legislation and company policies and procedures e.g. CS Act, NMC guidelines and Health and Safety Adhere to all procedures implemented in the Home and demonstrate understanding in practice Assess, implement and evaluate care for the residents The Person:- NMC Registered Nurse with an active PIN number Previous experience working in a residential care setting would be advantageous Strong team player and seen as a role model to the Care Assistants you will responsible for supporting Excellent communication skills Happy with shift work

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Job Type
Permanent 
Job Reference
JP/SN/CLA 
Job ID
200902587 
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Caring Homes Group
Job Title
Location
Dereham, Norfolk 
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Caring Homes Group
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Staff Nurse (RGN or RMN) - attractive salary which can be discussed via phone/email We are a well-established care organization that provides a safe and homely environment where the unique needs of individuals are recognized. To ensure this we offer training and development for all staff to ensure that service standards are achieved. Responsibilities:- Assess, plan, implement and evaluate the resident's needs Create and maintain with the home's staff an environment in which all members of staff can contribute to the maximum of their ability in providing a high standard of skilled nursing care to the residents and encourage recognition of the resident as an Individual Enable residents to live a fuller life style within the nature of their capability Know what is meant by British Standard, what constitutes this standard and how it assists the home to maintain and promote standards of care and administration in the home Demonstrate awareness of how clinical procedures related to resident's care are carried out and administered to maintain their well-being and to prevent symptoms of ill being Demonstrate dissemination of information and reporting to Manager Recognise the legal implications of nursing documentation Be aware of demonstrate relevant statutory legislation and company policies and procedures e.g. CS Act, NMC guidelines and Health and Safety Adhere to all procedures implemented in the Home and demonstrate understanding in practice Assess, implement and evaluate care for the residents The Person:- NMC Registered Nurse with an active PIN number Previous experience working in a residential care setting would be advantageous Strong team player and seen as a role model to the Care Assistants you will responsible for supporting Excellent communication skills Happy with shift work

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Job Type
Permanent 
Job Reference
JP/SN/OM 
Job ID
200902565 
Contact Details
 
Caring Homes Group
Job Title
Location
Telford, Shropshire 
Posted
 
Agency/Employer
Caring Homes Group
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Staff Nurse (RGN or RMN) - attractive salary which can be discussed via phone/email We are a well-established care organization that provides a safe and homely environment where the unique needs of individuals are recognized. To ensure this we offer training and development for all staff to ensure that service standards are achieved. Responsibilities:- Assess, plan, implement and evaluate the resident's needs Create and maintain with the home's staff an environment in which all members of staff can contribute to the maximum of their ability in providing a high standard of skilled nursing care to the residents and encourage recognition of the resident as an Individual Enable residents to live a fuller life style within the nature of their capability Know what is meant by British Standard, what constitutes this standard and how it assists the home to maintain and promote standards of care and administration in the home Demonstrate awareness of how clinical procedures related to resident's care are carried out and administered to maintain their well-being and to prevent symptoms of ill being Demonstrate dissemination of information and reporting to Manager Recognise the legal implications of nursing documentation Be aware of demonstrate relevant statutory legislation and company policies and procedures e.g. CS Act, NMC guidelines and Health and Safety Adhere to all procedures implemented in the Home and demonstrate understanding in practice Assess, implement and evaluate care for the residents The Person:- NMC Registered Nurse with an active PIN number Previous experience working in a residential care setting would be advantageous Strong team player and seen as a role model to the Care Assistants you will responsible for supporting Excellent communication skills Happy with shift work

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Job Type
Permanent 
Job Reference
JP/SN/ROD 
Job ID
200902536 
Contact Details
 
Caring Homes Group
Job Title
Location
Oxford, Berkshire 
Posted
 
Agency/Employer
Caring Homes Group
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Staff Nurse (RGN or RMN) - attractive salary which can be discussed via phone/email We are a well-established care organization that provides a safe and homely environment where the unique needs of individuals are recognized. To ensure this we offer training and development for all staff to ensure that service standards are achieved. Responsibilities:- Assess, plan, implement and evaluate the resident's needs Create and maintain with the home's staff an environment in which all members of staff can contribute to the maximum of their ability in providing a high standard of skilled nursing care to the residents and encourage recognition of the resident as an Individual Enable residents to live a fuller life style within the nature of their capability Know what is meant by British Standard, what constitutes this standard and how it assists the home to maintain and promote standards of care and administration in the home Demonstrate awareness of how clinical procedures related to resident's care are carried out and administered to maintain their well-being and to prevent symptoms of ill being Demonstrate dissemination of information and reporting to Manager Recognise the legal implications of nursing documentation Be aware of demonstrate relevant statutory legislation and company policies and procedures e.g. CS Act, NMC guidelines and Health and Safety Adhere to all procedures implemented in the Home and demonstrate understanding in practice Assess, implement and evaluate care for the residents The Person:- NMC Registered Nurse with an active PIN number Previous experience working in a residential care setting would be advantageous Strong team player and seen as a role model to the Care Assistants you will responsible for supporting Excellent communication skills Happy with shift work

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Job Type
Permanent 
Job Reference
JP/SN/OAK 
Job ID
200902508 
Contact Details
 
Caring Homes Group
Job Title
Location
Henley-On-Thames, Oxfordshire 
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Caring Homes Group
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Staff Nurse (RGN or RMN) - attractive salary which can be discussed via phone or email We are a well-established care organization that provides a safe and homely environment where the unique needs of individuals are recognized. To ensure this we offer training and development for all staff to ensure that service standards are achieved. Responsibilities:- Assess, plan, implement and evaluate the resident's needs Create and maintain with the home's staff an environment in which all members of staff can contribute to the maximum of their ability in providing a high standard of skilled nursing care to the residents and encourage recognition of the resident as an Individual Enable residents to live a fuller life style within the nature of their capability Know what is meant by British Standard, what constitutes this standard and how it assists the home to maintain and promote standards of care and administration in the home Demonstrate awareness of how clinical procedures related to resident's care are carried out and administered to maintain their well-being and to prevent symptoms of ill being Demonstrate dissemination of information and reporting to Manager Recognise the legal implications of nursing documentation Be aware of demonstrate relevant statutory legislation and company policies and procedures e.g. CS Act, NMC guidelines and Health and Safety Adhere to all procedures implemented in the Home and demonstrate understanding in practice Assess, implement and evaluate care for the residents The Person:- NMC Registered Nurse with an active PIN number Previous experience working in a residential care setting would be advantageous Strong team player and seen as a role model to the Care Assistants you will responsible for supporting Excellent communication skills Happy with shift work

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Job Type
Permanent 
Job Reference
JP/SN/HU 
Job ID
200902500 
Contact Details
 
Caring Homes Group
Job Title
Salary/Rate
Ł28000 - Ł35000/annum 
Location
Lightwater, Surrey 
Posted
 
Agency/Employer
Caring Homes Group
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Staff Nurse (RGN or RMN) - attractive salary which can be discussed via phone/email We are a well-established care organization that provides a safe and homely environment where the unique needs of individuals are recognized. To ensure this we offer training and development for all staff to ensure that service standards are achieved. Responsibilities:- Assess, plan, implement and evaluate the resident's needs Create and maintain with the home's staff an environment in which all members of staff can contribute to the maximum of their ability in providing a high standard of skilled nursing care to the residents and encourage recognition of the resident as an Individual Enable residents to live a fuller life style within the nature of their capability Know what is meant by British Standard, what constitutes this standard and how it assists the home to maintain and promote standards of care and administration in the home Demonstrate awareness of how clinical procedures related to resident's care are carried out and administered to maintain their well-being and to prevent symptoms of ill being Demonstrate dissemination of information and reporting to Manager Recognise the legal implications of nursing documentation Be aware of demonstrate relevant statutory legislation and company policies and procedures e.g. CS Act, NMC guidelines and Health and Safety Adhere to all procedures implemented in the Home and demonstrate understanding in practice Assess, implement and evaluate care for the residents The Person:- NMC Registered Nurse with an active PIN number Previous experience working in a residential care setting would be advantageous Strong team player and seen as a role model to the Care Assistants you will responsible for supporting Excellent communication skills Happy with shift work

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Job Type
Permanent 
Job Reference
JP/SN/MOOR 
Job ID
200902482 
Contact Details
 
Caring Homes Group
Job Title
Location
Ascot 
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Agency/Employer
Caring Homes Group
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Staff Nurse (RGN or RMN) - Sunningdale, Berkshire We are a well-established care organization that provides a safe and homely environment where the unique needs of individuals are recognized. To ensure this we offer training and development for all staff to ensure that service standards are achieved. Responsibilities:- Assess, plan, implement and evaluate the resident's needs Create and maintain with the home's staff an environment in which all members of staff can contribute to the maximum of their ability in providing a high standard of skilled nursing care to the residents and encourage recognition of the resident as an Individual Enable residents to live a fuller life style within the nature of their capability Know what is meant by British Standard, what constitutes this standard and how it assists the home to maintain and promote standards of care and administration in the home Demonstrate awareness of how clinical procedures related to resident's care are carried out and administered to maintain their well-being and to prevent symptoms of ill being Demonstrate dissemination of information and reporting to Manager Recognise the legal implications of nursing documentation Be aware of demonstrate relevant statutory legislation and company policies and procedures e.g. CS Act, NMC guidelines and Health and Safety Adhere to all procedures implemented in the Home and demonstrate understanding in practice Assess, implement and evaluate care for the residents The Person:- NMC Registered Nurse with an active PIN number Previous experience working in a residential care setting would be advantageous Strong team player and seen as a role model to the Care Assistants you will responsible for supporting Excellent communication skills Happy with shift work

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Permanent 
Job Reference
Dor.SN.TG 
Job ID
200836271 
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Caring Homes Group
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Location
Burton-On-Trent 
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Care Assistant We are a well established care organization that provides a safe and homely environment where the unique needs of individuals are recognized and skilled staff is available. To ensure this we offer training and development for all staff to ensure that service standards are achieved. You will provide residents with the highest standard of basic care and support, in accordance with the Home's philosophy of care and the individual care plan. While acting in accordance with the policies and procedures of the home. RESPONSIBILITIES: *To build strong and meaningful relationships with the residents and assist them with their Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) to help them maintain and improve, where possible, their independence, individuality and mobility oAssistance with ADLs includes, but is not limited to: Bathing, dressing, grooming, eating, participating in meaningful and purposeful daily activities, empowering resident choice, desire and preference where possible *Serve as the Key Worker for a small number of residents within the home oEstablishing a very detailed and focused relationship with the residents and their family members/friends/other key visitors/other staff members so as to serve as a point of contact and reference for all parties involved Key workers should be able to coach other staff members on the specific preferences and routines that a resident may have and should also contribute to the resident's regularly scheduled care plan reviews *To actively participate in and champion the daily dining experiences oTo provide the residents with meals served from the heated trolley, adhering strenuously to Food Hygiene regulations oTo offer residents choices and seek alternative meal items when necessary with the help of the kitchen staff oTo help the residents choose from the menu and assist them with eating, report comments on food and requests for particular dishes to the Chef Manager *Help host our residents and their visitors oTo provide beverages for the residents and their visitors oTo answer the telephone and either forward calls or take messages in a capable and professional manner *To attend training and educational sessions as required oThis will ensure your skill set is up to date and that your confidence remains high while delivering care to the residents THE ROLE: *Capacity to communicate both verbally and in writing *Positive attitude, passion and willingness to develop skills within Care Assistant role *NVQ in Social Care, preferred but not essential *Flexibility to work shift patters *Good interpersonal skills *Reliable, Accountable and Punctual *To put the resident needs first and to assist them with the greatest respect and compassion possible *To immediately report any unusual findings to your supervisor *To assist and follow instruction from the Charge Nurses *Maintain thorough documentation *Previous experience in working with the frail elderly and those living with dementia is preferred but not essential Senior Care Assistant RESPONSIBILITIES: *To build strong and meaningful relationships with the residents and assist them with their Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) to help them maintain and improve, where possible, their independence, individuality and mobility oAssistance with ADLs includes, but is not limited to: Bathing, dressing, grooming, eating, participating in meaningful and purposeful daily activities, empowering resident choice, desire and preference where possible *Serve as the Key Worker for a small number of residents within the home oEstablishing a very detailed and focused relationship with the residents and their family members/friends/other key visitors/other staff members so as to serve as a point of contact and reference for all parties involved Key workers should be able to coach other staff members on the specific preferences and routines that a resident may have and should also contribute to the resident's regularly scheduled care plan reviews *To actively participate in and champion the daily dining experiences oTo provide the residents with meals served from the heated trolley, adhering strenuously to Food Hygiene regulations oTo offer residents choices and seek alternative meal items when necessary with the help of the kitchen staff oTo help the residents choose from the menu and assist them with eating, report comments on food and requests for particular dishes to the Chef Manager *Help host our residents and their visitors oTo provide beverages for the residents and their visitors oTo answer the telephone and either forward calls or take messages in a capable and professional manner *To attend training and educational sessions as required oThis will ensure your skill set is up to date and that your confidence remains high while delivering care to the residents Requirements: *Capacity to communicate both verbally and in writing *Positive attitude, passion and willingness to develop skills within Care Assistant role *NVQ in Social Care, minimum NVQ Level 2 or equivalent *Flexibility to work shift patters *Good interpersonal skills *Reliable, Accountable and Punctual *To put the resident needs first and to assist them with the greatest respect and compassion possible *To assist and follow instruction from the Charge Nurses *Maintain thorough documentation *Previous experience in working with the frail elderly and those living with dementia

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Job Type
Permanent 
Start Date
Asap 
Job Reference
MP/TM/CA 
Job ID
200897778 
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Caring Homes Group
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Location
Bristol 
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Support Worker (Full Time, Part Time and Bank) - Backwell, Bristol - salary can be discussed via phone/email At Consensus, we believe everybody can do amazing things. Our job is to help people achieve their full potential and start them on the journey towards greater independence. Moor Lane offers accommodation for individuals with learning disabilities, autism spectrum condition and additional complex needs and is staffed by a skilled and knowledgeable team. The property is divided in the middle providing two, four bed services; one service focuses on providing transition support for individuals with a physical disability and offers sensory experiences ranging from the snoozelum area through to interactive art and sculptures placed at accessible levels throughout the building. Responsibilities:- Promote person centred approaches to support by working effectively as part of a key-working team to meet the needs of the people we support. Take a pro-active and innovative approach to supporting service users, maximising their potential by enabling them to engage in meaningful activities and opportunities. Ensure the physical, emotional and cultural well-being of all individuals is identified and promoted. Actively liaise with the families and friends of the people we support, in a way that promotes and encourages open communication and feedback. Be responsible for recording, planning and evaluating support plans and risk assessments. Work as part of a team to promote and encourage individual rights and independence whilst creating opportunities to develop daily living skills. Enable the people we support to access the community which may include holidays, outings and appointments. Represent the values of Consensus in dealings with external agencies and individuals. Promote and adhere to good practice in Health & Safety within the service with regard to service users, visitors, colleagues and others. Work within a flexible rota system adapted to meet the needs of individuals living in the service. Help service users' to attain and maintain good standards of hygiene and personal care, providing assistance as appropriate. The Person:- Positive attitude, passion and willingness to develop skills within Support Worker role. Previous experience working with adults with learning disabilities / challenging behaviour. NVQ 2 in Social Care would be advantageous. Flexibility to work shift patterns. Excellent communication skills. Demonstrate commitment to the values of the company. Consensus - Supporting Opportunity, Choice and Success for our customers and our staff

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Job Type
Permanent 
Start Date
ASAP 
Job Reference
SW/Moor/MC 
Job ID
200896470 
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Caring Homes Group
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Location
Bath 
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Positive Behavioural Support Lead - salary can be discussed via phone/email. At Consensus, we believe everybody can do amazing things. Our job is to help people achieve their full potential and start them on the journey towards greater independence. Ellsworth House supports eight individuals with learning disabilities and additional complex support needs including people on the autistic spectrum. The main house offers six spacious en-suite bedrooms. There are two additional self-contained apartments on site for those requiring or desiring a more independent lifestyle. We have a common goal to enable individuals to lead an active and inclusive life within the local and the wider community. You will have an integral understanding of Learning Disability, Autistic Spectrum Conditions, direct support, working with challenging behaviours and needs, and role modeling positive behavioural interventions within a defined service team. This role will be a 'hands on' supervisory role which will include role modeling best practice. The focus of the approach will be one of mentoring and support. Intervention strategies will be person centred and include both reactive and proactive approaches. You will be responsible for ensuring, with the Service Manager and Behaviour Practitioner, that Functional Analysis and Behavioural Support Plans are in place, updated and implemented by the staff team consistently. Responsibilities:- Contribute to the assessment process under the supervision of a Behaviour Practitioner in respect of individual people with Learning Disabilities and Autistic Spectrum Conditions who present with challenging needs. Ensure that the highest standards of support and care are provided for service users, with detailed and regularly reviewed Support Plans and that the service meets assessed and identified needs. Find innovative ways to support service users to have positive behavioural outcomes, increasing opportunity and maximising their potential; physically, intellectually, emotionally, socially and culturally, by enabling them to engage in meaningful activities and opportunities. Promote person centred approaches to support. Implement appropriate individual intervention strategies that are inclusive, promote independence and are sustainable over time Work alongside the service support team, under the supervision of a Behaviour Practitioner during times of changes in behaviour to identify potential causes and develop intervention plans based within an Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) framework Support the service manager to actively promote a learning culture within the staff team The Person:- - Qualified to NVQ Level 3/4 in Health and Social Care. - At least two years' experience working with people with a learning disability who present challenges. - Experience of leading and supporting a team within a learning disability environment. - Ability to role model Positive Interventions when faced with challenging behaviour/needs. - Ability to be involved in transition planning from incoming to outgoing and beyond. - Ability to remain assertive and confident when under pressure. - To be person-centred. - To be innovative and motivating. - Excellent interpersonal skills. - Excellent communication skills. Consensus - Supporting Opportunity, Choice and Success for our customers and our staff

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Job Type
Permanent 
Start Date
ASAP 
Job Reference
Ellsw/PBSL/MC 
Job ID
200896467 
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