Role: Care & Support Supervisor (Senior HCW) Duns

Application deadline closed.

Job Description

  • £22,495 – £24,315 per annum based on working 30 hours
  • 2-week rolling rota, working shifts between 7am & 5.30pm
  • Week 1: Mon/Tues/Sat/Sun and Week 2: Wed/Thurs/Fri
  • Access to paid training and vocational qualifications
  • Generous holiday entitlement
  • Paid PVG check
  • Paid Professional Membership, including SSSC
    What we’re looking for in our Senior Care & Support Worker:
    Here at Trust, we are dedicated to making a real difference in caring and supporting people in their everyday lives. As a Senior Care and Support Worker your duties would involve
    supporting and mentoring Support staff, managing rotas, identify training needs, supervision, leading the writing of personal, care & support plans. There will also be some practical support
    with the tenant’s daily life including homecare support, personal care and helping to promote a positive, active and healthy lifestyle.
    Here at Duns, we support our tenants with a variety of different care needs, some will have physical and/or learning difficulties, alcohol related illnesses & brain impaired abilities
    including dementia. Not only will you get a great sense of achievement but in return you can expect fantastic career progression opportunities, excellent training and working in a positive
    enjoyable environment. What matters most is that you have the correct positive values and attitude. Your working pattern would be over a 2-week rolling rota consisting of 4 days and
    3 days.
    Care & Support Skills and Experience:
    You will be experienced in a care related service with excellent communication skills and supervisory experience. An SVQ Level 3 in Health & Social Care or a commitment to achieve
    this qualification is also required to comply with the registration/timescale requirements of the SSSC. Ideally you will have previous experience in working with older people or other
    vulnerable members of a community, so you will understand their needs and know how to meet these. It’ll be rewarding looking after those who rely on the support and dedication
    you’ll bring to this important role.