We have an exciting opportunity for an experienced Care Coordinator to join an expanding team based in Uxbridge The role is with based in a busy care giving team and offers support and development opportunities along with an excellent benefits package.
The role is to help coordinate and manage the successful and growing services for carers and people needing care in Uxbridge and surrounding areas.
You will be experienced in social care and confident in supervising staff and dealing with clients You will manage a team of Care Support Workers and carry out client assessments and reviews and roster visits for your geographical area. Every day will be different from ensuring that a carer s respite break is delivered on time to mentoring a new worker to working with your manager to grow the business to networking locally
Your job will be diverse, challenging and very rewarding There are many duties involved in the role of a Care Coordinator including; Line management of operational staff including Care Support Workers and other staff as appropriate e g Team Leaders Senior, Care Practitioners, Recruitment and selection alongside Area Manager Training and induction in conjunction with other colleagues and providers identification of training needs, supervisions, appraisals, absence management. You will be required to attend locality team meetings.
You will have experience of the care sector and supervision of care staff along with good communication and administration skills. You will have the ability to devise and implement care plans and agree service delivery. You must be able to work well under pressure and to work efficiently as part of a team. You must be willing to travel to various meetings within the West London area and be able to take part in the on call rota when required. You must be a car driver and you will hold a minimum qualification of NVQ Level 2 or equivalent in health and social care
The role is working for a charitable organisation that provides a range of care services to adults and children in community and home based settings. They support service users with a range of needs including learning disabilities, physical disabilities, dementia and end of life care Interested.
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Coburg Banks Health and Social Care specialise in recruiting Care Managers, Care Co-ordinators and Senior Carers within Residential care, Domiciliary care, Supported living and Nursing. We would welcome the opportunity to help you in your career, so please send a copy of your CV into us