Care Coordinator

18 March 2023
£11.00 - £13.50 / hour

Job Description

“Quality Care by Quality People”

We are very pleased to announce we are looking for an experienced Domiciliary Care Co-Ordinator to join our team.

We encourage individuality and reward staff that go one step further. You must be flexible, adaptable, and well organized, with a caring and compassionate nature towards the needs of your clients and your carers.

We are looking for a Care Co-Ordinator to work alongside our existing Care Co-Ordinator for 16 – 20 hours per week.

The candidate must either have a Bachelors Degree or above or looking for work experience whilst completing your University studies

Employee Benefits:

  • Competitive pay rates
  • Paid travel expenses
  • Flexible work hours with a variety of shifts
  • Paid holiday allowance
  • PPE provided.
  • Opportunities for career progression within the company
  • Access to our Employee Assistance Program, providing support and guidance whenever you need it most.

Essential criteria:

  • A full driving license is essential
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • Ability to understand and follow policies and procedures.
  • Reliable and honest with good time keeping skills.
  • Good English skills both verbally and written.
  • Enhanced DBS required
  • Either a University Degree or working towards completion of your degree, preferably in Health and Social Care or a medical field
  • Experience in Care Planning and Risk Assessments
  • Experience in Managing staff
  • Experience on using the On Call Phone

About the job and what we would expect from you:

  • To provide leadership to care staff within DCK Care.
  • To provide and co-ordinate care in accordance with current best practices, according to policy and procedures, agreed standards, legislative requirements, relevant regulations under the direction of the Manager.
  • To supervise the care delivery within the service
  • To maintain skills at a current level and undertake such training and development as may from time-to-time be required to maintain practices as up to date.
  • To complete Rota’s on a monthly basis by communicating effectively with care workers and clients to accommodate.
  • To Manage Care workers to ensure working safely, effectively and are happy within their role.
  • To work with Clients to ensure they are happy with the care being provided.
  • To work complete Client Risk Assessments and Care Plans, updating when needed.
  • To work the on-call phone, being a point of contact for emergency situations and cancellations.
  • To be able to report and record information effectively onto the system used.
  • To complete spot checks, medication reviews and client reviews when needed.
  • To be an approachable leader, with open communication with all staff to allow the space for them to develop and work effectively together.

We are a growing company that have full accreditation with Nottingham and Derby Councils. We offer our Service Users a professional but friendly approach.