Team Leader

Employer
Gelli Aur Care Ltd
Location
Carmarthen, UK
Salary
Competitive
Closing date
11 Oct 2020

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Sector
Healthcare
Contract Type
Permanent
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Gelli Aur Care Ltd has a new, exciting opportunity for a Team Leader to join our team.

Working as part of a team, you will be working with individuals between the ages of 18 and 64 years who have learning disabilities, may be on the Autistic spectrum, may have a co-existing mental health problem and/or behaviours which may be perceived as challenging.

Your role will be to offer these individuals support in day to day activities to achieve their maximum potential and to live as independently as possible. To provide the highest quality of care and support to all residents ensuring that they are supported in achieving their aims, goals, and ambitions.

The post holder will also be required to support colleagues acting as a positive role model providing advice and guidance and maintain an effective communication link between Support Staff and Senior Staff.

We are looking for an individual to join our team on a full time, permanent basis working between 40 and 48 hours per week. This post requires individuals to work various shifts, including weekends with an element of office based tasks providing support to the Management Team.

Experience in a Senior Support role or a Supervisory role will be advantageous but not necessary. A genuine interest in the Health and Social Care sector is essential. A level 3 in Health and Social Care is desirable and a level 2 is essential. The post holder will need to work towards a relevant qualification - which will be funded and supported.

You will need to hold a current driving licence with access to a vehicle in order to work at a rural location. This post also involves driving the company cars, you will be required to transport residents to and from the community for social activities and appointments etc.

· You will take responsibility for supporting individuals:

· To actively participate in the home including domestic tasks,

· To develop and support Residents in the participation of meaningful activities,

· To lead healthy lifestyle and promote good health,

· To develop and maintain personal friendships and relationships

· In completing personal care routine

You will be required to:

· Demonstrate the ability to develop individual's basic life skills,

· Promote independence

· Support individuals within the community

· Deliver person-centred support

· Undertake recreational activities including hobbies, holidays etc. Undertake personal care on a regular basis (including toileting, bathing, dressing, and undressing, ensuring optimum independence, dignity, and respect of individuals)

· Observe staff to ensure their performance is of a high standard and provide appropriate feedback to staff and Manager on an on-going basis

· Ensure procedures are carried out by support staff on a daily basis by conducting thorough monitoring checks.

· Conduct and record wellbeing and feedback meetings with staff and residents when required.

· Support management in co-ordination and implementation of policies and procedures

· Attend meetings with Manager and Deputy Manager on a regular basis

· Promote positively person-centred care, organisational policies, and procedures etc to support staff.

· Member of on-call group as and when required

We promise to give you:

· Comprehensive training (including a full induction.)

· Regular support and ongoing guidance from the Management Team.

· An opportunity to study towards a suitable QCF

If you are interested in joining our team, please apply with your Indeed CV and include a short Covering Letter explaining why you will be a good fit for the team.

We are looking to interview applicants as soon as possible so please apply today if you are interested!

If you would like to discuss this vacancy or find out more, please contact Angel Lewis on 01994 484773

in Health and Social Care being essential. The post holder will need to work towards a relevant qualification - which will be funded and supported.

You will need to hold a current driving licence with access to a vehicle in order to work at a rural location. This post also involves driving the company cars, you will be required to transport residents to and from the community for social activities and appointments etc.

· You will take responsibility for supporting individuals:

· To actively participate in the home including domestic tasks,

· To develop and support Residents in the participation of meaningful activities,

· To lead healthy lifestyle and promote good health,

· To develop and maintain personal friendships and relationships

· In completing personal care routine

You will be required to:

· Demonstrate the ability to develop individual's basic life skills,

· Promote independence

· Support individuals within the community

· Deliver person-centred support

· Undertake recreational activities including hobbies, holidays etc. Undertake personal care on a regular basis (including toileting, bathing, dressing, and undressing, ensuring optimum independence, dignity, and respect of individuals)

· Observe staff to ensure their performance is of a high standard and provide appropriate feedback to staff and Manager on an on-going basis

· Ensure procedures are carried out by support staff on a daily basis by conducting thorough monitoring checks.

· Conduct and record wellbeing and feedback meetings with staff and residents when required.

· Support management in co-ordination and implementation of policies and procedures

· Attend meetings with Manager and Deputy Manager on a regular basis

· Promote positively person-centred care, organisational policies, and procedures etc to support staff.

· Member of on-call group as and when required

We promise to give you:

· Comprehensive training (including a full induction.)

· Regular support and ongoing guidance from the Management Team.

· An opportunity to study towards a suitable QCF

If you are interested in joining our team, please apply with your Indeed CV and include a short Covering Letter explaining why you will be a good fit for the team.

We are looking to interview applicants as soon as possible so please apply today if you are interested!

If you would like to discuss this vacancy or find out more, please contact Angel Lewis on 01994 484773

Job Types: Full-time, Permanent

Salary: £10.00 per hour
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