Care to join us?
? Together We Make a Difference
Team Leader ? Levington Court, Lowestoft
£10.36 - £10.91 per hour
(£20,484 -£21,562 per year)
38 hours per week; various shift patterns
Job Ref: LC044
The Team Leader?s role is to ensure the effective, efficient, and smooth running of the service in accordance with the
philosophy of Orwell Housing Association and the aims of the service.
The Team Leader will respect the individuality and dignity of each person through a person-centered approach and communicate and cooperate as a team member.
The Team Leader is key to ensuring all staff are supported, whilst encouraging and enabling our customers to maintain their dignity and independence and lead fulfilling lives.
-Line manage Care Assistants and Relief Care Assistants, and ensure that all employees receive regular, good quality support, supervision, and an annual review in accordance with Orwell?s policy.
-Recruit and select employees and volunteers in conjunction with the Service Manager.
-Ensure that employees follow policies and procedures, and these are understood and implemented.
-Support the Service Manager with local care quality audits and checks within the service.
-Provide and deliver the team learning workshops relevant to aspects of individual care plans.
-In accordance with Orwell?s policies, support the Service Manager with absence capability and disciplinary issues in conjunction with the People Team.
-Attend and contribute where necessary to allocation panel meetings and show prospective customers around the service and promote the service in the local community.
The ideal candidate will hold or be working towards a QCF Level 3, or equivalent, in Health and Social Care and have demonstrable experience in delivering the highest quality care and support.
As a Team Leader you will be willing to undertake further ongoing relevant training. And it is essential that you have knowledge of the essential standards of quality and safety with regards to the Health and Social Care Act 2008 (regulated activity) Regulations 2010 and the Care Quality Commission (registration) Regulations 2009.
If you have previous experience of working in a care role and want to feel you are doing more than just a job, this could be the role for you.
We are an organisation committed to making a difference to local people. Caring for and supporting people has become central to what we do. Orwell lives by its values ? we understand it?s the little things that can make the biggest difference and making a difference together is at the heart of what we do.
We are one of the Top 25 Best Housing Associations and one of the Top 75 Best Companies in the East of England to work for, as well as a Silver Standard Investors in People accredited organisation
As part of our benefits package, you can enjoy ?
-22 - 26 days annual leave (pro rata) plus bank holidays
-access to the Orwell Rewards platform
-reward and recognition awards
-free DBS checks, Hepatitis B and Flu vaccination
Closing Date: 14th November 2021
Interview: Available from 17th ? 24th November 2021
Full PPE will be provided including certified face masks and will be required to be always worn in line with current Public Health England guidelines.
Orwell is committed to safeguarding and safer employment and the principles of empowerment. Successful applicants will be required to complete an Enhanced DBS Disclosure