Home: Rose Cottage
Pay details: £12.32 per hour
Posted date: 21/10/2020
Closing date: 04/11/2020
Rose Cottage are now seeking a Care Supervisor on a permanent basis. You will be integral in assisting the Home Managers in the management and deliver of high quality resident care.
ABOUT THE ROLE
As Care Supervisor, you will (under the guidance of the Home Managers), take responsibility for the safe and effective running of day and night care service. You will teach and lead new and inexperienced staff members in all aspects of their work in the home and will ensure that high standards of care are delivered to meet the needs of the individual resident.
With experience of supervising and/or managing staff in a care home or similar environment, you will also have the following:
- Advanced Medication Management experience
- Working knowledge of Mental Capacity Act or Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards.
- High level of care knowledge and an understanding of person centred-care
- QCF Level 3 in Health and Social care or other relevant qualification
Joining Greensleeves Care means so much more than just working for one of the nation’s best and most respected care charities. We offer a number of benefits to our exceptional staff:
- Pension. Greensleeves Care staff enjoy an excellent staff personal pension plan. Our pension is a defined contribution scheme.
- Annual Leave. The minimum annual leave entitlement for all staff working at our care homes is 28 days (including Bank Holidays).
- Death In Service Benefit. Greensleeves Care provides a discretionary death in service benefit equal to 2 x the staff member’s annual salary.
- Voluntary Lifestyle Benefits. Another great benefit, this covers money off high street retailers, supermarkets, attractions, holidays etc.
To be part of this home and award-winning organisation please send us your CV via the right hand side form. Candidates are encouraged to include a covering letter.
The successful applicant will be appointed subject to ISA first and enhanced DBS disclosure. This post is not subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974.