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Cranleigh 
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Restaurant Supervisor Reporting to the Home Manager - To work in the dining room, working as a team, set, serve, and clear tables of the residents of the home. This is a great role for those who need a slightly more flexible schedule or with children at school. The hours are 10.30am-2.30pm over Sat/Sun/Mon and Wednesday. Main Responsibilities Polite and courteous when welcoming residents into the dining room Provide efficient service at all times to maintain the exceptional standard of quality and service Work as part of a team to ensure smooth service, any queries you cannot answer should be passed to your supervisor Person Specification Experience of working in a similar role Good Communication Skills Ability to work on own initiative Ability to maintain high levels of hygiene within the workplace Good interpersonal skills

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Job Type
Permanent 
Start Date
June 2014 
Job Reference
Kno.RH.TM 
Job ID
201390547 
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Caring Homes Group
Job Title
Location
Brightlingsea 
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Caring Homes Group
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Senior Community Support Worker (Full-Time) - Brightlingsea, Essex - 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. We are currently recruiting a new team for a new Supported Living Services in Essex and will provide person centred tailored support packages to people with learning disabilities and autism living in newly refurbished self-contained accommodation. You will have an understanding of learning disabilities, autism and supported living and be able to demonstrate that you have the confidence, skills and experience to support people to discover their own place in the community and live the life they choose. 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. 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. Act as the lead and 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. Work as part of a staff team in a constructive and supportive manner and attend regular staff meetings. Ensure effective and proactive communication between members of the team and colleagues. Be aware of the financial budget of the service and support the service manager to achieve targets. Monitor and maintain efficient staffing levels as demanded by Purchasers and Regulators in line with safe practice and contractual agreements. Ensure effective and proactive communication between members of the team and colleagues. Support the service manager to actively promote a learning culture within the staff team. With support from the service manager, identify and attend appropriate coaching, training and development opportunities, including mandatory training, with regard to your own professional development. Be on call, as required, ensuring staff have access to support or advice/guidance at all times. Person Spec:- Positive attitude, passion and willingness to develop skills within Team Leader role Solid experience within a Learning Disability service preferably gained whilst in a supervisory/managerial role Strong Leader, Manager and Coach Well organised self-starter, who can multi-task in a demanding environment NVQ 2/3 in Social Care Flexibility to work shift patterns To be person-centred Excellent interpersonal skills Excellent communication skills Demonstrate commitment to the values of the company To be assertive and confident Good knowledge and understanding of all current H&S regulations Driving Licence is required Consensus - Supporting Opportunity, Choice and Success for our customers and our staff

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Job Type
Permanent 
Start Date
ASAP 
Job Reference
SCSW/COS/CC 
Job ID
201384356 
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Caring Homes Group
Job Title
Location
Brightlingsea 
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Caring Homes Group
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Community Support Worker (30 hours & Bank) - Brightlingsea, Essex - 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. We are currently recruiting a new team of Support Workers for a new Supported Living Services in Essex and will provide person centred tailored support packages to people with learning disabilities and autism living in newly refurbished self-contained accommodation. You will have an understanding of learning disabilities, autism and supported living and be able to demonstrate that you have the confidence, skills and experience to support people to discover their own place in the community and live the life they choose. 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
CC/CSW/BS 
Job ID
201384238 
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Caring Homes Group
Job Title
Location
Warlingham 
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Caring Homes Group
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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 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 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, desirable 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 For more information contact the Staffing Team on 0808 168 1300

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Job Type
Permanent 
Job Reference
Cra/TM/CA 
Job ID
201383870 
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Caring Homes Group
Job Title
Location
Letchworth Garden City 
Posted
 
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Caring Homes Group
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2nd Chef 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 they offer training and development for all staff to ensure that service standards are achieved. Located in the beautiful conservation village of Willian, just a mile to the south of Letchworth Garden City, Hertfordshire, Guysfield provides residential care for up to 50 elderly people. Originally a substantial country house built in 1884, Guysfield has been sensitively converted and extended to provide the very highest standard of residential care. Reporting to the Head Chef: To organise and control the efficient and economic production of quality food within the allowed budget, whilst maintaining high standards of cleanliness and hygiene. MAIN RESPONSIBILITIES: Prepare, cook and serve hot and cold meals, as and when required Ensure statutory Health and Safety standards in the kitchen and dining areas 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 Ensure all equipment is clean and well maintained Carry out any other tasks that may be reasonably assigned to you Person Specification Food/Hygiene certificate and/or City and Guilds 706 - 1&2 or equivalent Ability to plan and prepare meals which are in keeping with special dietary requirements Ability to maintain high levels of hygiene within the workplace Experience of food preparation Ability to cater to various dietary requirements

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Job Type
Permanent 
Job Reference
Guy/Chef/TM 
Job ID
201383783 
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Caring Homes Group
Job Title
Location
Uxbridge 
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Caring Homes Group
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Domestic 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. Responsibilities: Reporting to Home Manager To provide a clean and hygienic environment for both residents and staff. To act in accordance with the Policies and Procedures of the Home. To carry out all cleaning duties in accordance with the schedules laid down by the Housekeeper and Home Manage. To maintain legible records of duties performed. To use all equipment in a proper manner and to clean and store appropriately after use. To work in accordance with COSHH and Health and Safety regulations. To report any shortages, defects, damage, theft, breakages or hazards to the Housekeeper. To have due regard to the privacy of residents when carrying out daily work routines. To secure the residents' property and that of the Home. To attend fire drills and complete training as required by the Home. To carry out other duties as well, from time to time as directed. To carry out all duties in a safe manner having regard to the Health and Safety of self, colleagues, residents and visitors to the Home. To maintain resident confidentiality at all times. To attend relevant staff meetings. To act courteously towards residents and all visitors and promote the good name of the Home and Company

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Job Type
Permanent 
Job Reference
Den/DA/TM 
Job ID
201383248 
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Caring Homes Group
Job Title
Location
Tunbridge Wells 
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Caring Homes Group
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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 recognized and skilled staff is available. To ensure this we offer training and development for all staff to ensure that service standards are achieved. Situated in an attractive residential area in Royal Tunbridge Wells, Firtree House care & retirement home in Kent is a beautiful property, sympathetically converted to provide the highest standards of nursing care for up to 42 elderly residents. Firtree House retirement home has been providing outstanding care for over 50 years and has developed a reputation for excellence amongst care professionals and private purchasers alike. 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 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, desirable 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 For more information contact the Staffing Team on 0808 168 1300

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Job Type
Permanent 
Job Reference
CA/Fir.TM 
Job ID
201383236 
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Caring Homes Group
Job Title
Location
Kingston upon Thames 
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Caring Homes Group
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Chef 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 available. To ensure this we offer training and development for all staff to ensure that service standards are achieved. Located in a prime position on Kingston Hill and enjoying wonderful views over Richmond Park, the largest Royal Park in London, Galsworthy House is rightly considered one of the jewels in the Caring Homes crown. The building has been sympathetically converted to provide the highest standard of residential and nursing care for up to 64 elderly ladies and gentlemen. Beautifully appointed bedrooms and elegant day rooms retain a wealth of period features, contributing to the unmistakable ambience of a home of distinction. Role - Reporting to the Home Manager - To organise and control the efficient and economic production of quality food within the allowed budget, whilst maintaining high standards of cleanliness and hygiene MAIN RESPONSIBILITIES Prepare, cook and serve hot and cold meals, as and when required Provide for special dietary requirements where necessary, and take into account the preferences of individual Clients Responsible for the management of kitchen porter Liaise with the Home Manager when planning / costing menus in order to provide a balanced nutritious diet, making the best use of available fresh foods Conduct basic food hygiene training for all Care Staff involved in handling and delivery of food Maintain and improve professional knowledge and competence Ensure statutory Health and Safety standards in the kitchen and dining areas Ensure all crockery and equipment is cleaned and stored appropriately, and that the overall cleaning of the kitchen area (and, where appropriate, the dining areas) is carried out effectively 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 Ensure all equipment is clean and well maintained Carry out any other tasks that may be reasonably assigned to you Person Specification Experience of autonomous working in catering environment Food/Hygiene certificate and/or City and Guilds 706 - 1&2 or equivalent Good Communication Skills Ability to plan and prepare meals which are in keeping with special dietary requirements

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Job Type
Permanent 
Job Reference
Gal.HC.TM 
Job ID
201383233 
Contact Details
 
Caring Homes Group
Job Title
Location
Carmarthen 
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Caring Homes Group
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Support Worker (Full Time & Part Time) - Carmarthen, Carmarthernshire- 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. The Grange offers specialist accommodation for up to six individuals with learning disabilities and complex needs. There are six en-suite bedrooms. The Grange is a large, grade 2 listed building sitting in its own grounds; there is a spacious front garden with trees and a smaller garden at the rear. There are two comfortable lounges, conservatory, activity room and sensory room. Individuals enjoy a number of arranged activities including, horse riding, swimming, beach walks, shopping, visits to the cinema and hydrotherapy sessions are also offered. People using the service are encouraged to develop their arts and crafts skills; the large staff team are available to support people using the services in all aspects of their lives. Situated within walking distance of Carmarthen town, individuals are offered 2:1 support to access a wide range of shops. 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
TheGrange/SW/Jen 
Job ID
201379967 
Contact Details
 
Caring Homes Group
Job Title
Location
Crawley 
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Caring Homes Group
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Support Worker (Full Time) - Crawley, West Sussex - 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. Little Smugglers offers accommodation for individuals with mild to moderate learning disabilities. This Consensus service offers five en-suite bedrooms which are decorated to suit individual tastes and styles. Communal areas include a large dining room, lounge, kitchen, dedicated activities room and a sun lounge where individuals can relax. At the rear of the property is a spacious, enclosed garden where individuals are supported to engage in outdoor pursuits of their choice. 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
LSM/JGG/FTSW 
Job ID
201379883 
Contact Details
 
Caring Homes Group
Job Title
Location
Bury St. Edmunds 
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Caring Homes Group
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Support Worker (Part Time & Bank) - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk - 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. Located in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, The Pines provides accommodation for adults with learning disabilities. This Consensus service offers twelve bedrooms, six of the bedrooms support individuals to live more independently and six bedrooms are provided for individuals requiring intensive support. There is a large garden with a vegetable patch inviting individuals to take an active role in maintaining it. The service offers a high standard of accommodation with modern, attractive communal areas finished to suit a wide variety of tastes and needs. 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
Pines/Jen/PTSW 
Job ID
201379867 
Contact Details
 
Caring Homes Group
Job Title
Location
Lewes 
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Caring Homes Group
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Site Maintenance Officer (Bank role) 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. Claydon House in Lewes offers a wonderful blend of the old and the new in one breathtaking location. The home, which delivers residential care, nursing care and specialist dementia support for up to 47 elderly people, is based around a beautiful double-fronted Victorian house - a former Admiral's residence - with a purpose-built new extension providing the very highest standards of dementia care. You will maintain buildings, plant and equipment and act in accordance with the policies and procedures of the Home. RESPONSIBILITIES: To operate a planned system of general maintenance and repairs To ensure the smooth running of all plant machinery and equipment, including safety and state of repair To liaise with external contractors on work beyond the scope of general repair and maintenance To obtain maximum economical efficiency from all plant and equipment. Advise on the control of temperature and conservation of energy To keep record as required, and carry out relevant administration including hours worked for payment purposes To advise on the need to order oil supplies, supervise deliveries and carry out regular checks on boilers and maintain boiler houses and surrounding areas, ensuring that they are free from spillage's To ensure that all equipment and chemicals are handled correctly and are secured in a locked area away from the residents To ensure that all tools are in good repair and accounted for at all times. To carry out weekly checks on fire alarms To prepare contingency plans in the event of power failure and organise emergency lamps in such an event and education of the nursing and care staff in the emergency maintenance of the generator To assist in emergency evacuation for fire drills To be available for emergency call-out PERSON SPECIFICATION Previous experience in a similar role Full, clean driving licence Flexibility to work shift patters To be person-centred Good interpersonal skills Oral/written communication skills

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Job Type
Permanent 
Start Date
ASAP 
Job Reference
CLY-SMO-CM 
Job ID
201364564 
Contact Details
 
Caring Homes Group
Job Title
Location
Southampton 
Posted
 
Agency/Employer
Caring Homes Group
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Team Leader - Ashurst, Hants - Full Time Roles Available - 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. Beech Court is aimed at supporting individuals with learning disabilities, challenging behaviour, complex needs and Autistic Spectrum Condition who require support from staff, supervision or partnership to enable them to achieve positive outcomes. 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. Act as the lead and 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. Work as part of a staff team in a constructive and supportive manner and attend regular staff meetings. Ensure effective and proactive communication between members of the team and colleagues. Be aware of the financial budget of the service and support the service manager to achieve targets. Monitor and maintain efficient staffing levels as demanded by Purchasers and Regulators in line with safe practice and contractual agreements. Ensure effective and proactive communication between members of the team and colleagues. Support the service manager to actively promote a learning culture within the staff team. With support from the service manager, identify and attend appropriate coaching, training and development opportunities, including mandatory training, with regard to your own professional development. Be on call, as required, ensuring staff have access to support or advice/guidance at all times. Person Spec:- Positive attitude, passion and willingness to develop skills within Team Leader role Solid experience within a Learning Disability/Challenging Behaviour service preferably gained whilst in a supervisory/managerial role Strong Leader, Manager and Coach Well organised self-starter, who can multi-task in a demanding environment NVQ 2/3 in Social Care Flexibility to work shift patterns To be person-centred Excellent interpersonal skills Excellent communication skills Demonstrate commitment to the values of the company To be assertive and confident Good knowledge and understanding of all current H&S regulations Driving Licence is advantageous Consensus - Supporting Opportunity, Choice and Success for our customers and our staff

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Job Type
Permanent 
Start Date
ASAP 
Job Reference
BEECH/TLSSW/HM 
Job ID
201363359 
Contact Details
 
Caring Homes Group
Job Title
Location
Southampton 
Posted
 
Agency/Employer
Caring Homes Group
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Support Worker (Full Time Day & Waking Nights, Bank Roles) - Ashurst, Southampton - 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. Beech Court is aimed at supporting individuals with learning disabilities, challenging behaviour, complex needs and Autistic Spectrum Condition who require support from staff, supervision or partnership to enable them to achieve positive outcomes. 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
HM/SW/BEECHC 
Job ID
201363355 
Contact Details
 
Caring Homes Group
Job Title
Location
Ipswich 
Posted
 
Agency/Employer
Caring Homes Group
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Community Support Worker (Full Time) - Ipswich, Suffolk - 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. The latest development in Consensus' Supported Living services, Redan Street is in the heart of Ipswich and offers tenancies and support to people with learning disabilities and complex needs, such as physical impairments and Autism. Offering the opportunity for people to move on from registered residential services and develop a greater level of independence and control over their lives; Redan Street provides tailored support packages, delivered by skilled staff, focused on supporting people to discover their own place in the community and live the life they choose. 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
RED/SW/HM 
Job ID
201363342 
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Caring Homes Group
Job Title
Location
Clacton-On-Sea 
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Caring Homes Group
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Support Worker (Full Time & Part Time) - Clacton On Sea, Essex - 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. This Consensus service offers five large bedrooms that can be decorated to suit individual tastes and styles. There is a wet room, a spacious lounge/diner and a kitchen where individuals are supported to prepare meals. The lounge/diner features sliding doors leading to a spacious garden with a decked area. The garden is surrounded by beautiful countryside, offering a tranquil setting for relaxation. Individuals are encouraged to actively engage in community life and Whiteheathers is situated within a short drive of local amenities such as shops, cafes, supermarkets and other attractions. There is also a local centre for individuals with learning disabilities where people at Whiteheathers can enjoy using the hydrotherapy pool and sensory room. Whiteheathers has a minibus allowing individuals to access local amenities and engage in community life as much or as little as they wish; individuals enjoy shopping trips, pottery, textile classes, arts and crafts and other fun filled activities. 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/CC/WHEAT 
Job ID
201361590 
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Caring Homes Group
Job Title
Location
Chipping Campden 
Posted
 
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Caring Homes Group
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Care Assistant *Please enquire about our domestic assistant vacancy as well by calling 0808 168 1300! 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. Located in the heart of the delightful market town of Chipping Campden, Mill House is a purpose-built care home providing residential and specialist nursing care for up to 45 elderly people. 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 
Start Date
asap 
Job Reference
Mill.ca.TM 
Job ID
201356920 
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Caring Homes Group
Job Title
Location
Dorking 
Posted
 
Agency/Employer
Caring Homes Group
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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. Located on the western slopes of Tower Hill, just to the south of Dorking in Surrey, Garth House is a beautiful period home of real character that has been sympathetically converted to provide nursing and specialist dementia care for up to 40 elderly people. 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 
Start Date
asap 
Job Reference
Ga/CA/TM 
Job ID
201356840 
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Caring Homes Group
Job Title
Location
Bromley 
Posted
 
Agency/Employer
Caring Homes Group
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2nd Chef 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 they offer training and development for all staff to ensure that service standards are achieved. Located in the attractive Sundridge Park residential area, Sundridge Court retirement home in Bromley provides specialist nursing care of the very highest standard for up to 28 elderly people. Reporting to the Head Chef: To organise and control the efficient and economic production of quality food within the allowed budget, whilst maintaining high standards of cleanliness and hygiene. MAIN RESPONSIBILITIES: Prepare, cook and serve hot and cold meals, as and when required Ensure statutory Health and Safety standards in the kitchen and dining areas 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 Ensure all equipment is clean and well maintained Carry out any other tasks that may be reasonably assigned to you Person Specification Food/Hygiene certificate and/or City and Guilds 706 - 1&2 or equivalent Ability to plan and prepare meals which are in keeping with special dietary requirements Ability to maintain high levels of hygiene within the workplace Experience of food preparation Ability to cater to various dietary requirements

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Job Type
Permanent 
Start Date
asap 
Job Reference
Sun/2Chef/TM 
Job ID
201353171 
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Caring Homes Group
Job Title
Location
Letchworth Garden City 
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Caring Homes Group
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Kitchen Assistant We are a well established care organisation that provides a safe and homely environment where the unique needs of individuals is recognized and skilled staff is available. To ensure this we offer training and development for all staff to ensure that service standards are achieved. THE RESPONSIBILITIES: Maintain and improve professional knowledge and competence Report to the Head Chef Attend mandatory training days/courses, on or off site, as and when required Ensure statutory Health and Safety standards in the kitchen and dining areas Ensure all crockery and equipment is cleaned and stored appropriately, and that the overall cleaning of the kitchen area (and, where appropriate, the dining areas) is carried out effectively Promote safe working practice in the Care Centre Adhere to all Company policies and procedures within the defined timescales. Ensure all equipment is clean and well maintained Carry out any other tasks that may be reasonably assigned to you THE ROLE: Good Communication Skills Ability to work on own initiative Ability to maintain high levels of hygiene within the workplace Experience of food preparation Good interpersonal skills

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Job Type
Permanent 
Start Date
asap 
Job Reference
Guy/kp/TM 
Job ID
201353162 
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