Care Coordinator

Recruiter
Agincare Group
Location
Brighton
Salary
£16000 - £19000 per annum
Posted
07 Feb 2017
Closes
07 Mar 2017
Sector
Public Sector
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Do you have the courage to co-ordinate care?

The personal touch, not overbearing, never pushy or rushed. Just friendly and helpful. That's what we are looking for and should come to you naturally without thinking. As a Care Coordinator you'll make sure that every service user and care worker receives a warm welcome and a responsive efficient service.

You'll talk to service users and care workers offering them support and guidance, always prepared to go that extra mile. This is a highly varied role where no two days are the same.

You will be:

Scheduling Care Workers and putting together rotas

Acting as the first point of contact for Care Workers providing advice and guidance

Carrying out assessments and spot checks

Providing an excellent service for our customers, care workers and other healthcare professionals

Above all we need someone who wants to be part of a high quality service where everything is tailored around the clients needs. If you feel that you can always put the client at the forefront of the service and lead a team to do the same we would love to hear from you.



About you

Attention to detail and ability to professionally communicate with Clients and Care staff is an absolute requirement.

Previous experience within a Care Setting is preferable.

Experience as a Care Coordinator or scheduler would be very desirable.

Ideally qualified to Level 3 Health & Social Care or equivalent is desirable and a good level of IT proficiency is essential.

The benefits

We can offer you a rewarding career with development opportunities, a competitive salary and performance related bonus.

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