Care Leader - 1 x 30hrs and 1 x 37.5hrs available Seymour House, Chippenham £12.12 per hour Shifts: 07:30 - 15:00 and 14:30 - 22:00 including alternate weekends
Seymour House is an 42 bed Care Home situated in Chippenham. The home offers quality care for old-age related care needs and mental health related needs in a comfortable, homely setting. We’re rated 9.8 by Carehome.co.uk and Good by the Care Quality Commission. ABOUT THE ROLE Are you an experienced carer or senior carer with the passion to make a difference? Can you lead a small team of people to deliver outstanding care to our residents, whilst encouraging them to always do their best? Our care teams make a real difference every day and your professionalism, teamed with kindness and compassion, will be at the core of everything you do. Supporting the Home Manager, and leading a team of carers, you’ll be responsible for planning and implementing the kind of care that will give our residents a real sense of security, dignity, and independence. You’ll ensure care plans are regularly reviewed through continuous assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation. You’ll be able to manage your time between supporting your team effectively and ensuring the wellbeing of our residents. In return we’ll provide opportunities for career development and training to support your personal growth, all delivered in a nurturing, engaging and rewarding environment. ABOUT YOU You’ll have previous experience of working in a residential care setting with a NVQ Level 3 Diploma in Health & Social Care, or you’ve achieved NVQ Level 2, and you’re prepared to study for NVQ Level 3. You might have previous supervisory experience, like delegating tasks, supporting inductions for new starters and 1 to 1s but this is not essential. What is important is you are a positive role model, with excellent communication skills and a natural ability to get along with others. A supportive individual, able to motivate others to deliver the best possible care to our residents at all times. Alongside being confident taking charge and being able to use your own initiative to resolve problems and deal with queries. AND IN RETURN The Trust is a great place to work; we’ve been providing care for almost 1,000 years and we’re currently the second largest not-for-profit provider in the UK. Not-for-profit means that we reinvest every penny we make into our residents, colleagues and the care homes we live and work in. Therefore, we offer a great range of benefits, including a competitive salary, training and development. Alongside keeping our colleagues safe with PPE, daily testing and comfort in knowing all your colleagues will be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 (in line with government legislation; please do not continue with this application if you have not received all doses of an approved COVID-19 vaccination, clinically exempt or under 18 years of age). Here are some of the other benefits you’ll enjoy as a valued member of our team:
30 days holiday (including Bank Holidays)
A Company pension
Higher rates of pay at weekends
Access to our Employee Assistance Programme
“My Rewards” programme, offering you discounts on shopping, days out, restaurants and much more
If you think you have the right skills and attitude to deliver the highest quality of care for our residents as a Care Leader within our care homes, then you could be the next to join us. So, apply and get your career started with us today. OSJCT provide full PPE for all our services, along with clear protocols for its use, alongside weekly PCR tests and daily Lateral Flow tests. We are also following the government’s guidelines around our colleagues working in only one care home to limit the spread of infection from one healthcare workplace to another as well as ensuring all our employees have both doses of the COVID vaccine. #CA1
About The Orders of St John Care Trust
At the Orders of St John Care Trust, we are committed to providing the highest quality of care for our residents. This requires the support of a dedicated and professional team.
Care is at the heart of everything we do. Working in one of our care or support roles you will be at the forefront of the service we provide to our residents. Roles available include Carer, Care Lead, Chef / Cook, Kitchen Assistant, Handy Person, Housekeeper, Administrator, Activities Coordinator, and Bursar.
We also offer a range of Nursing, Home Management, and HeadOffice positions.
We care about our residents and we care about each other. At each of our care homes, you’ll find a friendly, inclusive and welcoming environment.
Being a large care provider means we offer an incredible range of careers.
We employ over 4,800 people in our homes and extra care housing schemes.
We’ve grown significantly since we started caring for residents 25 years ago and we need more people with the right mix of skills, passion and ambition to help us grow even more.
We are committed to giving our employees every opportunity to become better qualified and to continually develop.
Don’t worry if you’re new to care – we’ll provide all the training and support you need.