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      • streatham, london
      • full-time
      • Four Seasons Health Care Group
      We are currently recruiting for a Care Assistant and experience isn’t essential. If you would like to work in health and social care and deliver the support and care our residents require, this role is perfect for you.As one of the largest healthcare providers in the UK it’s important to us to couple great care with meaningful and enjoyable experiences.We offer you a great range of benefits, which include:Competitive salaryHappy Hub - discounts across shopping, eating out, going out and holidays suited to your lifestyleGenerous holiday entitlementVarious shifts availableRefer a Friend scheme of £500* (unlimited referrals)Free mealsAccess to excellent trainingChoose from a wide range of apprenticeships and receive £300 bonus upon completionCareer development opportunitiesFree onsite parkingFree uniformNEST work place pension contributionsLong service awardsWe believe in helping our residents to live their lives as independently as possible and support them in reaching their potential, through both practical and emotional support as well as having a positive impact on their lives.We see it as our mission to ensure that everyone in our care are supported and look forward to every day with us, and their well-being is maintained through enjoying the simple but essential pleasures of good food and company in a warm and homely environment.As a Care Assistant you will be:Delivering quality personal care to each of our residentsSupporting them with daily activities such as washing, dressing, eating and maintaining personal hygieneUnderstanding our resident’s communication needs and adapting your communication to each individual, sounds, tones, body languageProviding emotional support to individuals and their familiesWorking with significant people in our resident’s life, such as friends and family, by giving them confidence and reassurance and involving them in our resident’s careTo succeed you will be:A team player who engages well with othersStrong communicator and influencerEnergetic and hard-workingFlexible and adaptable to changePassionate about offering superior services and want to make a differenceA glass half full person, with a sense of humour and a positive outlookIf you possess these qualities, or have worked in a retail, supermarket, warehouse or other customer facing environments then no experience of working as a Care Assistant is ; We provide you with excellent learning, development and support opportunities, to equip you with the knowledge and skills to make a real difference in the role.*T&C’s apply
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Salisbury Support 4 Autism Limited
      Job Title: Support WorkerLocation: LondonSalary: £ per hour (BANK) - £ per hour (F/T)Job type: Full-time / Part-time / Bank. Working as part of a team to cover a 24/7 rota, including unsocial hours, weekends, holiday periods and sleep-in/night shifts.We have Support Worker vacancies in Wembley, Sutton and West Drayton (day service).Providing high quality support and care to individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder, complex need and challenging behaviour.Empowering them by assisting them to live as independently as possible through a Person Centred approach, by constantly promoting: respect and dignity, choice in all aspects of life, community presence and participation, the right to social relationships and building competencies.Main Duties:SupportSupporting service users in maintaining their physical, social and emotional well-being.Providing service users with the highest standards of personal care whilst maintaining their dignity at all times.Maintaining and developing service user's skills and enhancing their self-esteem.Involving service users in all aspects in their own home, ensuring they are in control by enhancing communication through various strategies and ensuring choice.Continually striving to identify and satisfy individual needs and preferences.Supporting individual to maintain their home environment to the highest standards, including supporting them to complete all household requirements as much as they are able and enabling them to develop their skills further in each area.Supporting individuals in a wide range of activities, in the house, community and on holidays.Implementing and contributing to personal development plans and supporting them to take calculated risks.Safely and responsibly administering medication where required.Taking the responsibility of being an advocate and keyworker.Support service users with personal care and daily life skills in order to make them more independent.Accepting key areas of responsibilities within the house.Understanding and using specific techniques to support and develop the abilities and management of behaviours of service user's with Autistic Spectrum Disorder.Assisting in all aspects of new service user induction, including transitions, settling into new services.Prepare and participate in meetings with external professionals, members of staff and members of the family/significant others.Understand Mental Capacity Act and deprivation of liberty.Understand and follow person centred approach and positive behaviour support.Shift leading according to company policies.Communications and RelationshipsCommunicating effectively with colleagues, professionals, relatives and outside agencies as required.Communicating effectively with the service users (using a variety of communication methods including Makaton, BLS and PECS).Using various communication strategies to communicate with service users and enable them to communicate.Attending and contributing to team meetings.Building good rapport with service users whilst maintaining professional boundaries.Building relationships with professionals, family member and external agencies.Keep good records of communication with staff (via communication book) and other professionals (via professionals contact sheet).Keep good records of daily logs, incident reports, BOC forms, etc.Person Specification:Qualifications & Academic SkillsStrong reading and numeracy skills (Essential)GCSE's (Essential)College or University degree (Desirable)Ability to communicate effectively and clearly (Essential)NVQ level 2 or above or willing to work towards (Desirable)Ability to speak a second language (Desirable)Basic knowledge of good care practices and legislation (Essential)ExperienceMinimum 6 months experience of supporting individuals with Autism (Essential)ORAbility to demonstrate an understanding of the basic challenges for individuals with Autism and willingness to learn further (Essential)Previous experience of working with challenging behaviour (Desirable)Understanding the reasons individuals present challenging behaviour (Essential)Knowledge of how to support individuals displaying challenging behaviour (Essential)AptitudeAbility to listen and observe (Essential)Willingness to undertake further training (Essential)Commitment to self - reflection and development (Essential)Ability to plan and organise (Essential)AttitudeCalm under pressure (Essential)Flexible (Essential)Reliable and punctual (Essential)Ability to work alone (Essential)Ability to work well as a team (Essential)Ability to follow directions (Essential)PhysicalSmart appearance (Essential)OtherDBS checkThree satisfactory referencesAbility to work shifts on a 24/7 rotaPlease click on the APPLY button to send your CV for this role.Candidates with the experience or relevant job titles of; Support Worker, Care Assistant, Support Worker, Enabler, Carer, Care Worker, Care Assist, Care Coordinator, Care Assistant, Social Worker, Vulnerable Adult, Support Assistant, Adult Support Worker, Special Needs Support, Adult Care Assistant, Mental Health Support will be considered for this role.
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • St Christopher’s
      Associate Clinical Nurse Specialist (Palliative Care)When registering to this job board you will be redirected to the online application form. Please ensure that this is completed in full in order that your application can be reviewed.ASSOCIATE CLINICAL NURSE SPECIALIST (Palliative Care)Location: Sydenham and BromleyDepartment: Community Palliative Care Team (includes all our services) hours per week (Monday to Sunday, on a rota basis)Salary:£37,152 - £43,994 per annum (inclusive of HCA, equivalent AfC band 6)Please note, salary will be determined on service and experience within the roleDo you aspire to work for a forward thinking, progressive organisation that is highly regarded around the globe? Would you like to be part of a committed and supportive multi-disciplinary team that delivers empowering and compassionate care and support? Would you like the opportunity to develop your skills within an organisation that values their staff and offers a comprehensive wellbeing programme? Then St Christopher’s, and this role may be for you.St Christopher’s has services spanning the London boroughs of Bromley, Croydon, Lambeth, Southwark and Lewisham, and are connected to partner health and social care organisations in all the boroughs we support. St Christopher’s CARE, provides learning and development to the communities we support, and we have academic links with a number of universities, nationally and internationally.We are looking for compassionate nurses and paramedics to join our community palliative care team. Our team works across a 7-day week, providing a service from to 9pm.We have roles that rotate through all of our services including our Single Point of Contact team, and our Bromley and Sydenham based teams. In these roles, our skilled team provides telephone and video triage, visiting people in their homes across Bromley, Croydon, Lewisham, Lambeth and Southwark; and also see people in our outpatient department. You will be a registered nurse or paramedic with experience in end of life care, or who would like to develop your career in palliative care, we could have the opportunity for you.Your new roleYour role will be so important in supporting people who are entering the last phase of their lives to talk about what is important to them and helping them to navigate how their wishes and goals can be achieved. You will also support families and friends as well as providing expert care that will support a dignified death. You will offer the people we support your skills in symptom control, social, emotional and spiritual care, in addition to providing advice, support and education to the primary health care team and hospital staff where appropriate, as part of an interdisciplinary team.To succeed in this roleYou will need to be a compassionate and resilient person. You will need to demonstrate relevant experience at band 5 (equivalent), and an awareness of this work as an Associate Clinical Nurse Specialist, and a keenness to develop in this area of health care. We require you to possess excellent oral and written communication skills, with the ability to work efficiently in a disciplinary team and manage stressful situations.Benefits of joining St Christopher’sYou will gain a stimulating and rewarding career with an opportunity to influence and make a real difference in the communityAccess to excellent training and development opportunities including masters level education and non-medical prescribingA number of health and wellbeing schemesA competitive contributory pension scheme and life assurance scheme with generous beneficiary planAccess to plenty of free local street parking.For an informal discussion about the role, please contact Eva Trowers or Lindsey Gibbs - Clinical Team Leads on have a look at our website for further information on all aspects of St Christopher’s at and to apply for this position, please click the ‘Apply Online’ button below.Closing Date: 4th July 2022 Provisional Interview Date: TBAIn the event we receive a high ammount of applications, we reserve the right to close the job earlier than the initial closing date.
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • St Christopher’s
      Clinical Nurse Specialist (Palliative Care)When registering to this job board you will be redirected to the online application form. Please ensure that this is completed in full in order that your application can be reviewed. ​​CLINICAL NURSE SPECIALIST (Palliative Care)Location:Sydenham and BromleyDepartment: Community Palliative Care Team (includes all our services) hours per week (Monday – Sunday on a rota basis)Salary:£45,024 - £50,806 per annum (inclusive of HCA, equivalent to AfC band 7) Please note, salary will be determined on service and experience within the roleDo you aspire to work for a forward thinking, progressive organisation that is highly regarded around the globe? Would you like to be part of a committed and supportive multi-disciplinary team that delivers empowering and compassionate care and support? Would you like the opportunity to develop your skills within an organisation that values their staff and offers a comprehensive wellbeing programme? Then St Christopher’s, and this role may be for you.St Christopher’s has services spanning the London boroughs of Bromley, Croydon, Lambeth, Southwark and Lewisham, and are connected to partner health and social care organisations in all the boroughs we support. St Christopher’s CARE, provides learning and development to the communities we support, and we have academic links with a number of universities, nationally and internationally.We are looking for compassionate nurses and paramedics to join our community palliative care team. Our team works across a 7-day week, providing a service from to 9pm.We have roles that rotate through all of our services including our Single Point of Contact team, and our Bromley and Sydenham based teams. In these roles, our skilled team provides telephone and video triage, visiting people in their homes across Bromley, Croydon, Lewisham, Lambeth and Southwark; and also see people in our outpatient department. You will be a registered nurse or paramedic with experience in end of life care, or who would like to develop your career in palliative care, we could have the opportunity for you.Your new roleYour role will be so important in supporting people who are entering the last phase of their lives to talk about what is important to them and helping them to navigate how their wishes and goals can be achieved. You will also support families and friends as well as providing expert care that will support a dignified death. You will offer the people we support your skills in symptom control, social, emotional and spiritual care, in addition to providing advice, support and education to the primary health care team and hospital staff where appropriate, as part of an interdisciplinary team.To succeed in this roleYou will need to a compassionate and resilient person. For our Clinical Nurse Specialist (equivalent of AfC band 7), you will have proven experience in palliative care/oncology with relevant qualifications and experience of working at Band 6/equivalent or above. We require you to possess excellent oral and written communication skills, with the ability to work efficiently in a disciplinary team and manage stressful situations.Benefits of joining St Christopher’sYou will gain a stimulating and rewarding career with an opportunity to influence and make a real difference in the communityAccess to excellent training and development opportunities including masters level education and non-medical prescribingA number of health and wellbeing schemesA competitive contributory pension scheme and life assurance scheme with generous beneficiary planAccess to plenty of free local street parking.For an informal discussion about the role, please contact Eva Trowers or Lindsey Gibbs - Clinical Team Leads on have a look at our website for further information on all aspects of St Christopher’s at and to apply for this position, please click the ‘Apply Online’ button below.Closing Date: 4th July 2022Interview Date: Provisional Date: TBA In the event we receive a high ammount of applications, we reserve the right to close the job earlier than the initial closing date.
      • wimbledon, london
      • part-time
      • Barchester Healthcare
      ABOUT THE ROLEAs a Registered Nurse (Mental Health) at a Barchester care home, you’ll use your compassion and experience to help deliver the exceptional levels of care and support we’re known for. We’ll look to you to provide our multi-disciplinary team with in-depth expertise on mental health to make sure our residents get the most out of life. You’ll ensure each person’s needs are met and that they’re always treated with dignity and respect. You can expect a wide range of responsibilities, from making sure a new resident is settling in and developing tailored care plans to carrying out a variety of clinical tasks. As a Registered Nurse specialising in mental health, you can enjoy the freedom and autonomy you need to make a real difference. In return, we’ll give you plenty of opportunities for training and career development.ABOUT YOUTo join us as a Registered Nurse (RMN), you’ll need to have current NMC registration and a good knowledge of the most up-to-date clinical practices, particularly in relation to dementia. Experience of producing well-developed care plans and detailed risk assessments is important, as is an understanding of regulatory frameworks, including DoLs/MCA and Royal Pharmaceutical guidelines. Dedicated and compassionate, you’ll pride yourself on your person-centred, thoughtful approach to nursing.REWARDS PACKAGEAs well as competitive pay, you can look forward to a role that offers true flexibility and plenty of free learning and development opportunities. As one of the UK’s leading healthcare providers, we take the growth of everyone who works for us seriously. As this is a Bank position to provide cover as and when we need it, such as for annual leave or sick leave, the hours and days you work will vary.If you’d like to use your clinical and people skills in an organisation that provides the quality care you’d expect for your loved ones, this is a rewarding and empowering place to be.ref:224466
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Hope Montessori School
      Work Hours: - Must be Monday to Friday full time ( No half- terms or Part time will be offered)Holidays - 5 weeks and 2 days in total:2 weeks in December and 2 weeks in August1 week during Easter2 Bank Holidays2 weeks notice is required6 months of probationTo start ASAPSalary: from £23,000 paJOB:To work with babies under 24 months in a baby room.An opportunity has arisen for a passionate and hard working individual to join one of our Montessori Schools in central London. If you have a real passion for working with children under 2 years old and a good working knowledge of EYFS curriculum, we want to hear from you.Person Specification:Must be qualified NVQ level 2/3 Childcare qualificationBasic Food Hygiene Certificate (Desirable)Paediatric First Aid (Desirable)MUST have valid referencesMUST have valid DBS or be willing to do oneSome of Practitioner's responsibilities will include:Providing a safe, supportive and caring environment for young children in the nurserySupporting children at meal times, sleep times and with personal careWorking as a Key worker or an assistant to KP, carrying out regular observations on children and updating their development filesAdhering to nursery policy and proceduresWorking with EYFS curriculum planning age appropriate activitiesPromoting diversity and equal opportunityDevelop and maintaining professional working relationships with colleagues, parents and other childcare professionalsAttending monthly staff meetings and further training as requiredBenefits:Training ongoing support and career developmentLunches includedImportant : Due to the nature of this job, candidates will be subject to UK eligibility checks together with Enhance Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) checks and references confirmation
      • london, london
      • part-time
      • Community Case Management Services
      Support Worker required for a 15-year-old boy with an acquired Brain Injury, living in London. We require a support worker to work with our client in a rehabilitation and support role, enabling the client to lead as fulfilling a life as possible, maximising their physical and psychological well-being and safety at all times giving help and assistance with all activities of daily living. Our client has Cerebral Palsy, profound learning disabilities, sight impairment, epilepsy and complex medical needs. His parents live separately and share the care and responsibilities. Our client spends 50% of his time at his father’s address, and 50% of his time at his mother’s address. The support worker is required work in a rehabilitative role within both homes, alongside other support workers and therapists; enabling him to maximise his physical and psychological well-being, whilst giving assistance with his activities of daily living. Our client is very placid and enjoys sensory activities. He enjoys going out and attempts to interact, especially within an activity he enjoys. He requires double up care for manual handling every morning and evening. Rates of pay: £ per hour Monday to Friday, £ per hour Saturday and Sunday. Working hours: 18 hours per week. Typical shift patterns will be: Term time: 7:00am to 9:00am, 16:00pm to 20:00pm, 18:00pm to 20:00pm School Holidays and weekends: 7:00am to 13:00pm, 13:00pm to 20:00pm and 7:00am to 9:00am, 18:00pm to 20:00pm Our client seeks someone who is well organised and flexible. The ability to work confidently with IT is essential, as is a genuine caring profile with the ability to learn and implement prescribed therapy following training. A full clean driving licence is ; An NVQ Level 2 in Health and Social Care or equivalent is desirable. Otherwise, the applicant must be willing to undertake Care Certificate training. All posts are subject to an Enhanced DBS Disclosure with Child Workforce Barring. Full training will be provided. NB: Community Case Management Services Limited are not the Employer If you require any further information, please contact Recruitment on or refer to our website: and click on the tab which says ‘Jobs Notice Board’ to view the job description and to complete an application form. Job Reference: DA/MV
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Smart Recruit Online
      Opportunities for a rewarding Support Worker role in Lewisham.Are you a caring person looking to make a real difference? Do you want a career where you can change lives?This is a great opportunity to work for an ambitious and progressive charity committed to making a positive difference to the lives of people with learning disabilities, autism and or mental health challenges.We are looking for Support Workers who are positive, highly motivated, have a good attention to detail and are trustworthy people willing to go the extra mile to support adults to enjoy an active and fulfilling lifestyle.As a Support Worker, you will work with people who have a variety of levels of ability and behaviours to support them to have control over and choice about their lives and to contribute to the community as equal citizens.You must demonstrate a person-centred approach and a willingness to support people with their personal care, but as importantly help to provide a nurturing and developmental environment where people we support can flourish and become as independent as possible.We would prefer people with previous experience in a paid and or voluntary capacity, but the right value set and an understanding of the barriers that people with a disability face are more important.You must be willing to work flexible hours to meet the demands of the services. Flexible hours may include evenings, weekends, early mornings, late nights, sleeping-ins, bank holidays and supporting people to go on holiday as required.We welcome applications from candidates for this Support Worker role who have any of the following skills: Support Worker, Healthcare, Mental Health, Learning Difficulties, Behaviour, Charity, Care, Support, Learning Disabilities, Autism, Social Care, IT Literate.Benefits 22 days annual leave, plus bank holidaysCycle to work schemeEmployee helplineContributory pension schemeAdditional InformationIf you would like to apply for this role, please state your preferred location.Note: We have a robust recruitment process:Applicants must complete a full Three Cs application form in order to be considered for the position.A screening interview via Teams will take place to support deciding who to shortlist for interview.Those successfully shortlisted will be invited for interview that will be composed of two practical elements, and, if successful at this stage, will then attend a more formal interview the same day.Working with a highly motivated and supportive team that provides a positive working environment where training is important, and progression is encouraged. To that aim, we are Investors in People accredited, a disability confident employer and ISO 9001 (Quality Management Systems) certified.Essential Skills/requirementsPositive, kind and caring attitude towards individuals with disabilities.Person centred and committed to providing a quality service and being a positive role model to people supported by our team.Ability to work flexible shifts, including night cover, early morning, evenings, weekends and bank holidays.IT SkillsAbout Company Three Cs stands for 'Control and Choice in the Community' for people with learning disabilities, autism and/or mental health challenges. We support people to have control over and choice about their lives and to contribute to the community as equal citizens.
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Single Homeless Project
      We currently have a great opportunity for a Senior Case Worker - Tenancy Sustainment Team to join our team on a full-time, permanent basis based in central London. In return, you will receive a competitive salary of £28,193 - £30,874per annum.The Tenancy Sustainment Team North is a new Service that joined Single Homeless Project, in April ; We are now seeking individuals to fill the roles of Caseworker, within the service.Single Homeless Project is a London-wide charity. Our vision is of a society where everyone has a place to call home and the chance to live a fulfilling ;We help single Londoners by preventing homelessness, providing support and accommodation, promoting wellbeing, enhancing opportunity, and being a voice for change.The TST North provides a pathway to independence for former rough sleepers, offering time-limited independent accommodation across North London boroughs. Support is tailored to client needs, with the aim of maintaining and promoting independence and achieving social and financial inclusion.About the Senior Case Worker role: As the Senior Case Worker, you will both support coordination of nominations into the service and hold a caseload of clients, who present with complex needs and require specialist support to move through the pathway. You will also, adopt a multi-agency approach, bringing the client and professionals together in your network, to create and deliver a joint support agreement, before handing the case to a caseworker who will continue the support package.To be successful, you will have a demonstrable level of experience and understanding of the range of approaches appropriate to working with the vulnerable people with the following needs: Mental and Physical ill health, Challenging behaviour, substance use, Antisocial or offending ; You will also have a working knowledge of being able to support clients into supported accommodation and/or other floating support services. As well as effectively liaise with a range of service providers/ agencies, in order to establish or improve services for clients. In return, our successful Senior Case Worker will receive a comprehensive induction into the organisation and continuous support and development, within your role. There will also be opportunities to occasionally work from home.This post will require an Enhanced DBS check to be processed for the successful applicantOur attractive benefits package includes:A salary increase after successfully completing six months.A hour working week including flexible working hours (core hours are 10am – 4pm) in non-accommodation services25 days annual leave, increasing annually to the maximum 30 days (plus paid Bank Holidays),A contributory pension scheme: Single Homeless Project will contribute the equivalent of 5% of your annual salaryStaff Health Cash Plan and discounts schemeA comprehensive and integrated training programme designed specifically to develop the skills and knowledge involved in our workClosing date: 22nd June 2022 (at Midnight)Interviews to be held 29th June 2022 If you feel you have the skills to become our Senior Case Worker, then please click apply today!Single Homeless Project is actively committed to equal opportunities and the promotion of diversity and inclusion, in all of our services and ;We are also Disability Confident Committed and are IIP Silver accredited.
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • HIRE GROUND LTD
      Registered General Nurse - RGN - Elderly Care - £37k to £38k - Central LondonThis is an opportunity to join a beautiful and historic village for elderly residents, located within vast beautiful gardens, listed buildings and wonderful caring staff. The Registered General Nurse (RGN) will be to plan, implement and supervise and monitor the provision of nursing and personal care in line with the Nursing & Midwifery Council code of conduct and the Core Values of the medical centre. This will be looking after those residents who need support and may have dementia and other medical conditions related to old age.SALARY ETC:£37k to £38k + excellent benefits hours a week , including paid lunch breaksVarious shifts, including Nights, Weekends, Days etc. (this is done on a rota basis and planned in advance)Central LondonPermanent, full-timeDUTIES TO INCLUDE:The Registered General Nurse, will always act within the Nursing and Midwifery Council The Code -Standards of conduct, performance and ethics for nurses and midwivesTo demonstrate an understanding of the Care Quality Commission - Essential Standards of Quality and Safety (march 2010) and their role incompliance with these standards.To play an active role in promoting the quality of daily life for all Pensioners through supporting planned activities and person centred care.To act as a Named Nurse for nominated Pensioners.Ensure all Care Plans are completed comprehensively and maintained for all short and long stay Pensioners.Ensure all medication is ordered, received, stored, administered and disposed of in line with NMC Standards for Medicines Management (2008) and the company Policy.Support training and the specific supervision of Senior Care Assistants and Care Assistants as delegated by the Senior Staff Nurses/Deputy Matron in all aspects of their duties.Take responsibility for shift management as rosteredDemonstrate clear understanding of responsibilities towards emergency and short stay admissions.Practice maximum integrity in all dealings with the Pensioners personal and financial affairs, and avoid abuse of the privileged relationship that exits with the Pensioners.To report immediately any concerns regarding staff members suspected of bullying, harassment, drug or alcohol abuseor any other inappropriate or unprofessional behaviour in the care environment.REQUIREMENTS:Genuine interest in, and experience of working with, the elderly.Ability to communicate effectively at all levels.To demonstrate an awareness of diversity in the work place and treat all staff members and Pensioners with dignity and respect.Registered General Nurse with the UK Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC)To have excellent customer care skills, with a friendly, empathetic personality and excellent communication skills.You must be vaccinated again Covid (at least 2-vaccinations)
      • streatham, london
      • full-time
      • Four Seasons Health Care Group
      Working as a Senior Care Assistant you will support the running of the overall care team and work with others across the shift to ensure continuity of services to our ; You will create a welcoming, supportive and stimulating environment and build relationships with both residents and their ; As one of the largest healthcare providers in the UK it’s important to us to couple great care with meaningful and enjoyable experiences.As a Senior Care Assistant you will be:Responsible for delivering a high quality of care and providing support and guidance to the care team and leading by exampleReviewing and updating care plans ensuring they meets residents needs and wishesPlanning and reviewing staff rota’s to ensure care support is available at all timesPromoting high standards of care by ensuring you deliver exceptional care duties and all staff are supervised appropriately and shifts run smoothly and efficientlyEnsuring all areas across the Care Home are kept clean, tidy and pleasant for all residents and family membersCommunicating professional and warmly with visitors, family members and other health care professionalsPromoting the Home in a professional manner and raise awareness of the Home within the local communityTo succeed you will be:A positive individual and adopt a person centred approachA team player who engages well with othersA strong communicator and influencerPassionate about offering a superior service and want to make a differenceA leader and be willing to take ownership for the delivery of quality careA glass half full person, with a sense of humour and a positive outlookOur Senior Care Assistants must hold a minimum of NVQ level 2 in Health and Social Care and can evidence working in a health care environmentWe offer you a great range of benefits, which include:Competitive salaryGenerous holiday entitlementVarious shifts available including working 3 days on and 4 days offRefer a Friend scheme of £150 (unlimited referrals)Free mealsAccess to excellent trainingCareer development opportunitiesDiscounts and benefits suited to your lifestyleFree onsite parkingFree uniformNEST work place pension contributionsLong service awards
      • hammersmith, london
      • full-time
      • Not For Profit People
      Support WorkerWe are looking for a Support Worker with an understanding of adults with learning disabilities and/or autism and the barriers they face within the community.Our client is an independent local charity supporting children and adults with learning disabilities and their carers and families. If you enjoy meeting and interacting with people, then apply today!Job Title: Support WorkerLocation: Hammersmith (and surrounding London boroughs as required)Salary: £ per hourHours: Full (36hours) or part timeContract: PermanentBenefits: The annual leave entitlement is 25 days in addition to Bank Holidays, 3% Employer Contribution Pension and an Employee Assistance ProgrammeClose Date: 9th July 2022About the role: As a Support Worker, you will support people with learning disabilities in their personal, social and health care needs as required.Your main duties and responsibilities include:Supporting service users to maintain aspects of their daily lives.Providing help with personal care, including supporting with specialist hoist equipment where neededProviding help with eating, drinking, and monitoring overall healthFacilitating social events or activities through our weekly scheduleCreating opportunities for service users to develop, establish and maintain personal relationships and social networks.Encouraging greater participation and integration in their communityLiaising with families, friends, advocates, external agencies, and the management team to provide a consistent approach that meets the individual needs of each service userMonitoring progress of service users and share information where neededSupporting people to be as independent as they can beSupporting people to understand and make informed choices about their lifeTreating all service users with dignity, respect and facilitate inclusion in all aspects of supportAbout you: As a Support Worker, you will be a caring, compassionate, and enthusiastic person who understands adults with learning disabilities and/or autism and the barriers they face within the community.The following skills and experience are required:An understanding of the different ways people with learning disabilities communicatesTaking initiatives, being motivated and accountableFlexible worker with the ability to cover pre-allocated shifts, anytime Monday to SaturdayAble to support clients who are wheelchair usersAble to learn and work within safeguarding guidelines and other policies and proceduresTeam player with good understanding of system dynamicsObservant and sensitive to service users' needsAble to undertake personal care dutiesEmpathetic and inclusive towards service usersGood written and verbal communication skillsEnjoy meeting and interacting with peopleCompetent swimmerThe Charity value a diverse and inclusive workplace, they welcome applications from everyone, so come as you are and join their team!This position requires an enhanced DBS check and will require you to complete Safeguarding training within three months of appointment and refresher training thereafterWe very much welcome previous experience working as Home Carer, Care Worker, Health Care Assistant, Support Worker, Nurses, Social Care Worker, Care Assistant, Mental Health Care Worker, Voluntary Worker, etc.
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Web Recruit
      Personal Co-ordinator / Phlebotomist – King’s RoadKing’s Road, LondonWith the expansion of our client’s Health team, they are currently looking to recruit a Personal Co-ordinator / Phlebotomist based at their clinic in King’s Road, London. The successful applicant will join a multi-disciplinary team and play an active role in providing an exceptional service to clients. This dual role will be responsible for ensuring customers have an excellent experience while in the clinic, taking blood samples from both private and corporate clients, ensuring they feel comfortable at all times. The Phlebotomist will also travel to client sites to take samples. Candidates must also be able, and willing, to drive our client’s mobile clinic to other location and events. This may require occasional over-night stays. In line with Care Quality Commission guidelines, the successful candidate will be required to undergo an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check.The Candidate:Essential: - Phlebotomy certificate of competence- One year’s experience of blood draws- Excellent communication, organisational and interpersonal skills- Strong attention to detail- Committed and flexible- Willingness to travel- Team player- Valid driving licenceDesirable:- Experience in private healthcare- Efficient with all Microsoft packagesThe OrganisationOur client is a unique collaboration of scientific innovation and medical application, specialising in personalised and preventive health programmes. As global specialists in clinical diagnostics, they offer direct access to a portfolio of hundreds of biomarker tests, proteomics and genomics measurements. This fusion of scientific intelligence and clinical acumen enables earlier diagnosis and treatment of current health problems, potential prevention of future health problems and allows individuals to take control of their health and improve their overall wellbeing.Tailored to the needs of each person, results are discussed; treatment and lifestyle options explored, and continued care provided directly to the public in a private setting to allow individuals to avail of biomarker blood testing to track and improve their wellbeing.To apply for the role of Personal Co-ordinator / Phlebotomist, please apply via the button shown. This vacancy is being advertised by Webrecruit. The services advertised by Webrecruit are those of an Employment Agency.
      • streatham, london
      • full-time
      • Four Seasons Health Care Group
      We are currently recruiting for a Regional Bank Care ; If you’re a kind, warm and compassionate person and like to have a positive impact on peoples’ lives, then working as a Regional Bank Care Assistant will be the right role for ;As one of the largest healthcare providers in the UK it’s important to us to couple great care with meaningful and enjoyable experiences.As a Regional Bank Care Assistants you will work across a number of care homes, which is to cover absence, holiday and maternity ; You will be expected to work at different homes, which can span up to a 30 miles radius.As a Regional Bank Care Assistant you will be:Delivering quality personal care to each of our residentsSupporting them with daily activities such as washing, dressing, eating and maintaining personal hygieneProviding care, warmth and kindness to help make a differenceDeveloping relationships with relatives to help support you in understanding their needs and developing the personal careTo succeed you will beA team player who engages well with othersStrong communicator and influencerConfident in developing relationships quickly in different locationsEnergetic and hard-workingFlexible and adaptable to changeAble to drive, hold a full licence and have access to a carPassionate about offering superior services and want to make a differenceA glass half full person, with a sense of humour and a positive outlookWe provide you with excellent learning, development and support opportunities, to equip you with the knowledge and skills to make a real difference in the role.We offer you a great range of benefits, which include:Competitive hourly rates uplift on hourly rate to cover annual leaveVarious shifts available & flexible working hoursFree mealsAccess to excellent trainingCareer development opportunitiesFree onsite parkingFree Enhanced DBSFree uniform
      • wimbledon, london
      • full-time
      • Coburg Banks Limited
      We're looking for a talented Care Manager to work for our client.They want to recruit someone with demonstrable experience of managing a large team of Health and Social Care staff.If that's you then you could be exactly what they're looking for.The Role:Based in the company's Wimbledon office, as the Care Manager you will be primarily responsible for working as an important part of a strong management team to ensure that this complex care domiciliary service operates at the highest possible standard at all times. You will be working closely with the clinical team of Nurses and Specialist Carers to formulate comprehensive care plans to ensure that the service users receive person centred care.If you are an experienced Registered or Regional Manager for a domiciliary care company without clinical experience this may be the perfect role for you to expand your horizon without holding the added pressure CQC registration.In the job you'll be tasked with the following:Liaising with fundersConducting care assessmentsWorking in partnership with various Health and Social Care professionals to maximise the quality of care that the service users receiveExpanding your own understanding of complex needsThe Candidate:You'll also need experience of working under the direct guidance of CQC standards and all relevant legislation.Plus, it's vital that you've got experience of tailoring and overseeing care for individuals that live in their own homes.In addition, you'll need the following:A NVQ level 5 or equivalent in Health and Social CareExcellent communication and team working skillsThe ability to proactively troubleshootTo be able to effectively delegateDoes that sound like you? If so, we'd love to see your CV.You will also need a full driving licence for this role. Please do not apply if you do not have one.This position could be right for you if you want to work as any of the following: Registered Manager, Regional Manager, Complex Care Manager or as a Domiciliary Manager.The Package:Basic salary: up £40,000 per annumBenefits33 days annual leave entitlementLove Wimbledon privilege cardAll work-related travel is free! There is use of a company pool carThe Company:The business you'll be working for is a specialist care provider that supports individuals with complex needs to receive state of the art care in their own home.They're a company that people want to work for because they a long-standing established company and will provide you with a clear path for progression.Interested? If you think you're right for this Care Manager role, then click the 'Apply Now' button, send us your CV and we'll consider you for the first round of interviews.Coburg Banks Limited is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.
      • wimbledon, london
      • full-time
      • Barchester Healthcare
      ABOUT THE ROLEAs a Registered Nurse at a Barchester care home, you’ll look after the physical, psychological and social needs of our residents to help us deliver the quality care they deserve. We’ll look to you to create a safe and supportive environment for residents with range of physical and mental needs, whilst also relying on your professional judgement to make critical clinical decisions. You can expect a wide range of responsibilities, from developing tailored care plans to providing medicine safely and delivering excellence across everything you do. As a Registered Nurse (RGN), you’ll have the autonomy to do things the right way – and be truly valued and respected for what you do. ABOUT YOUYou’ll need to have current NMC registration and a good knowledge of the most up-to-date clinical practices to join us as a Registered Nurse (RGN). Experience of producing well-developed care plans and detailed risk assessments is important too, as is an understanding of regulatory frameworks, including DoLs/MCA and Royal Pharmaceutical guidelines. Dedicated and compassionate, you’ll pride yourself on your person-centred, thoughtful approach to nursing. REWARDS PACKAGEIn return for your dedication, you’ll receive a competitive salary plus our sector-leading benefits and rewards package including:• NMC registration paid every year• Free training and development for all roles• Access to wellbeing and support tools • A range of retail discounts and savings• ‘Nurse Mentor’ and ‘Refer a Friend’ bonus schemes• Offer to pay Health & Care Worker Visa immigration fees (for eligible nurses)And so much more!If you’d like to use your clinical and people skills in an organisation that provides the quality care you’d expect for your loved ones, this is a rewarding and empowering place to be.ref:224466
      • sydenham, london
      • full-time
      • Barchester Healthcare
      ABOUT THE ROLEAs a Registered Nurse at a Barchester care home, you’ll look after the physical, psychological and social needs of our residents to help us deliver the quality care they deserve. We’ll look to you to create a safe and supportive environment for residents with range of physical and mental needs, whilst also relying on your professional judgement to make critical clinical decisions. You can expect a wide range of responsibilities, from developing tailored care plans to providing medicine safely and delivering excellence across everything you do. As a Registered Nurse (RGN), you’ll have the autonomy to do things the right way – and be truly valued and respected for what you do. ABOUT YOUYou’ll need to have current NMC registration and a good knowledge of the most up-to-date clinical practices to join us as a Registered Nurse (RGN). Experience of producing well-developed care plans and detailed risk assessments is important too, as is an understanding of regulatory frameworks, including DoLs/MCA and Royal Pharmaceutical guidelines. Dedicated and compassionate, you’ll pride yourself on your person-centred, thoughtful approach to nursing. REWARDS PACKAGEIn return for your dedication, you’ll receive a competitive salary plus our sector-leading benefits and rewards package including:• NMC registration paid every year• Free training and development for all roles• Access to wellbeing and support tools • A range of retail discounts and savings• ‘Nurse Mentor’ and ‘Refer a Friend’ bonus schemes• Offer to pay Health & Care Worker Visa immigration fees (for eligible nurses)And so much more!If you’d like to use your clinical and people skills in an organisation that provides the quality care you’d expect for your loved ones, this is a rewarding and empowering place to be.ref:224466
      • chislehurst, london
      • full-time
      • HIRE GROUND LTD
      Corporate Healthcare Servicing Manager - Chislehurst - £24k to £ + benefitsA leading provider of corporate healthcare services, is looking for a Corporate Healthcare Servicing Manager, to join the team. They provide healthcare options for companies to extend to their employees, as a benefit for businesses who wanted to give their employees fast, convenient access to a GP and Occupational Health services. The B2B offers not only employee benefits, but also provides support for Medical Assistance companies and major health and life insurers.SALARY ETC:£24,000 to £24,300 + benefits such as private medical insurance, discounts, employee development etc.Permanent, full-timeMonday to Friday, 9am - 6pm (40 hrs/week)Chislehurst, BromleyStart: ASAPREQUIREMENTS:To have held a similar position, servicing corporate clients (B2B), or similar within a healthcare settingTo have experience in Occupational Health, Corporate Health, Private Health or similar, in a customer support / on-boarding / or similar role.Excellent communication skills (Both written and spoken), as well as excellent customer service skills.To have a professional and friendly/approachable personality.Good It Skills, as well as strong organisational and administrative skills.Strong organisational skills and ability to multi-taskConfident and pro-active in communicating with people at all levels.DUTIES TO INCLUDE:Responsible for managing and delivering the end to end operational on-boarding process for all new Corporate clients; from sales engagement of servicing a through to client go live and launch communications/events, and post implementation servicing reviewProvide IT systems training and support to new corporate clients as part of on-boarding where requiredFollow the client on boarding processes and training, and be an active participant in the development of these processes to ensure they remain fit for purpose and support the delivery of world class serviceEstablish and maintain a strong client servicing relationship ensuring Corporate servicing queries and issues are dealt with quickly and efficiently, liaising with the boarder operational team and other departments.Ensure all client servicing communications, correspondents, and meetings are documented and Sales, Account Management and other departments are briefed where appropriateMonitor new business sales pipeline and actively engage with Sales to understand Corporate sales plans for on-boardingSupport new and renewing tender responses in relation to Corporate servicing questions/information requestsEnsure Corporate servicing satisfaction and all feedback; positive and complaints are logged and communicated accordinglyAssist in the resolution of Corporate complaints in conjunction with Sales, Account Management and other departments ensuring that issues are identified and corrected accordingly
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Webrecruit
      Care Assistants (Camden)Working within one of our clients’ two Care Homes in Northwest London (Swiss Cottage)Salary: £19,672 per annum (FTE)Permanent, full-timeCasualThe OfferOur client’s Care Assistants salary is £19,672 per annum for 37 hours of work, which is three shifts of 12 hours and 20 minutes each.Whilst their headline hourly rate is £ per hour that includes a one hour paid break each day. The hourly rate for hours actually worked is therefore higher, £ per hour of work.Additional shifts are generally available for which they offer an enhanced rate of pay. They also offer double time for all bank holidays.They can be flexible to accommodate other lengths of shift, for example covering their busiest times.They are passionate about their colleagues Learning, Development and Career progression, so they support their Care colleagues with achieving their Care Certificates if required, which empowers their colleagues to deliver the best dementia care and support for their residents.They also sponsor their care colleagues in various apprenticeship programmes from Adult Care Worker Level 2, up to Level 5 diploma qualifications in care management - depending on their roles.Our client’s colleagues enjoy the benefits of their Cycle to Work scheme and benefit from their Refer a Friend scheme. Depending on how long colleagues have worked with them, they enjoy enhanced maternity pay and enhanced pay when off work due to illness. Colleagues also enjoy paid breaks and enhanced pay when they work on bank holidays. About The OrganisationOur client is a forward-thinking and innovative charitable provider of housing, care, and bespoke services exclusively for older people in London. They have 90 years' experience of retirement home design and living in London. They are very proud of the 'family' feel of their Care Homes.They appreciate it's been a challenging time for everyone. So, if you are seeking a new job or a casual role where you can get paid while making a massive difference to the lives of our client’s residents, then apply now.You will work alongside an amazing team that care passionately about their residents. They work hard to keep their residents engaged, active and enjoying their lives. Whether you would like to support residents directly with their physical care and personal hygiene needs or instead help our client in maintaining high levels of cleanliness across their homes, you can make a real contribution.About youYou will need:- Good communication skills- Basic literacy and numeracy skills- To be compassionate and patient- Ideally some experience in a caring industry, for example hospitality or schools- To pass our client’s DBS checkEven better if you have previous experience of a care environment, providing personal care or knowledge of dementia.Our client cannot wait to hear from you! Apply as soon as possible with your most updated CV.This vacancy is being advertised by Webrecruit. The services advertised by Webrecruit are those of an Employment Agency.
      • lambeth, london
      • full-time
      • Single Homeless Project
      Senior Support Worker - Young People's Floating Support£27,640 - £30,269paLambeth, London per week (Mon – Fri)Are you committed about working with and supporting young people into independence? Do you have the drive, creativity and personal qualities, which will encourage and coach our clients into developing life skills to manage living independently? Then read ;Single Homeless Project is a London-wide charity. Our vision is of a society where everyone has a place to call home and the chance to live a fulfilling life. We help single Londoners by preventing homelessness, providing support and accommodation, promoting wellbeing, enhancing opportunity, and being a voice for change. From supporting people in crisis to helping people take the final steps towards independence and employment, we make a difference to 10,000 lives every year across all 32 ;We currently have a new opportunity for you to join our Young People's Floating Support Service. The service supports Lambeth care leavers, who have experienced multiple disadvantages, as they transition to independent living and provides accommodation and support to young asylum seekers who are navigating the UK's immigration ;As a Senior Support Worker, you will provide casework support and supervision to a small team of floating support workers based in Lambeth. You will also, in conjunction with the Service Manager, be responsible for the day to day running of a small residential Project based in Leytonstone, where you will provide casework support to seven young asylum ;We run services that are creative, responsive and that provide a foundation which empowers our young people to achieve their aspirations and make positive and sustainable life changes. You will be crucial to making that ;If you think you have what it takes, particularly if you have experience of working with young people, then we would love to hear from you. We welcome applications from those with lived experience and who have transferable ;Closing date: 26th June 2022 (at Midnight) Interviews to be held on: 5th July 2022 This post will require an Enhanced DBS check to be processed for the successful applicant Our attractive benefits package includes:A salary increase after successfully completing six months.A hour working week including flexible working hours (core hours are 10am – 4pm) in non-accommodation services25 days annual leave, increasing annually to the maximum 30 days (plus paid Bank Holidays),A contributory pension scheme: Single Homeless Project will contribute the equivalent of 5% of your annual salaryStaff Health Cash Plan and discounts schemeComprehensive and integrated training programme designed specifically to develop the skills and knowledge involved in our workSingle Homeless Project is actively committed to equal opportunities and the promotion of diversity and inclusion, in all of our services and ; We are also Disability Confident Committed and are IIP Silver ;
      • camden town, london
      • full-time
      • Single Homeless Project
      Night Support Worker - Complex Needs Services£23,714 - £25,548pa Camden, London per weekWe are seeking additional staff to join the experienced and committed teams within our Complex Needs Services, across various Central London ; You will be in a specialist role designed to work with people with complex support needs relating to combined issues, such as mental health, multiple physical health needs, poly-substance use or ;Single Homeless Project is a London-wide charity. Our vision is of a society where everyone has a place to call home and the chance to live a fulfilling ;We help single Londoners by preventing homelessness, providing support and accommodation, promoting wellbeing, enhancing opportunity, and being a voice for ;As a Night Support Worker, you will be to provide support to clients with complex needs to enable them to understand their related needs and to manage these effectively. You will hold a small caseload of clients and be responsible for completing needs and risk assessments with them, to identify their short-term ; You will also support clients to develop their living skills, develop and manage relationships, build social networks and to access various services.As part of the team, you will be working in partnership with the Local Authority Housing Department, Probation Service, Mental Health Services, Drug Treatment Services and other community groups. All working to support clients to find and maintain suitable accommodation, access services, increase independence and improve their quality of life.To be successful, you will have previous experience of working with either rough sleepers or people with complex mental health, alcohol or substance use support ; You will also have the ability to manage a caseload and deliver positive outcomes utilising your knowledge of the health and social care sector is also ; A flexible and creative approach to working with a sometimes hard to engage client group, is also ;Flexibility is required, as you will be working a night rota (10:30pm - 8:30am), including weekends and bank holidays.Closing date: 22nd June 2022 (at Midnight)Rounds of Interviews: During July 2022This post will require an Enhanced DBS check to be processed for the successful applicant.Our attractive benefits package includes:A salary increase after successfully completing six months.A hour working week including flexible working hours (core hours are 10am – 4pm) in non-accommodation services25 days annual leave, increasing annually to the maximum 30 days (plus paid Bank Holidays),A contributory pension scheme: Single Homeless Project will contribute the equivalent of 5% of your annual salaryStaff Health Cash Plan and discounts schemeComprehensive and integrated training programme designed specifically to develop the skills and knowledge involved in our workSingle Homeless Project is actively committed to equal opportunities and the promotion of diversity and inclusion, in all of our services and ;We are also Disability Confident Committed and are IIP Silver ;
      • wimbledon, london
      • part-time
      • Barchester Healthcare
      ABOUT THE ROLEAs a Bank Registered Nurse at a Barchester care home, you’ll look after the physical, psychological and social needs of our residents to help us deliver the quality care they deserve. We’ll look to you to create a safe and supportive environment for residents with range of physical and mental needs, whilst also relying on your professional judgement to make critical clinical decisions. You can expect a wide range of responsibilities, from developing tailored care plans to providing medicine safely and delivering excellence across everything you do. As a Registered Nurse (RGN), you’ll have the freedom and autonomy to do things the right way – and be truly valued and respected for what you do. ABOUT YOUYou’ll need to have current NMC registration and a good knowledge of the most up-to-date clinical practices to join us as a Registered Nurse (RGN). Experience of producing well-developed care plans and detailed risk assessments is important too, as is an understanding of regulatory frameworks, including DoLs/MCA and Royal Pharmaceutical guidelines. Dedicated and compassionate, you’ll pride yourself on your person-centred, thoughtful approach to nursing. REWARDS PACKAGEAs well as competitive pay, you can look forward to a role that offers true flexibility and plenty of free learning and development opportunities. As one of the UK’s leading healthcare providers, we take the growth of everyone who works for us seriously. As this is a Bank position to provide cover as and when we need it, such as for annual leave or sick leave, the hours and days you work will vary.If you’d like to use your clinical and people skills in an organisation that provides the quality care you’d expect for your loved ones, this is a rewarding and empowering place to be.ref:224466
      • charlton, london
      • full-time
      • Four Seasons Health Care Group
      We are currently recruiting for a Bank Care ; If you’re a kind, warm and compassionate person and like to have a positive impact on peoples’ lives, then working as a Regional Bank Care Assistant will be the right role for ;As one of the largest healthcare providers in the UK it’s important to us to couple great care with meaningful and enjoyable experiences.As a Regional Bank Care Assistant you will work across a number of care homes, which is to cover holiday, absence and maternity leave and will work at different homesWe offer you a great range of benefits, which include:Competitive hourly rates uplift included on hourly rate to cover annual leaveVarious shifts availableflexible working hours to suit your lifestyleFree mealsAccess to excellent trainingCareer development opportunitiesFree onsite parkingFriendly working environmentFree Enhanced DBSFree uniformDiscounts and benefits suited to your lifestyleAs a Bank Care Assistant you will be:Delivering quality personal care to each of our residentsSupporting them with daily activities such as washing, dressing, eating and maintaining personal hygieneProviding care, warmth and kindness to help make a differenceDeveloping relationships with relatives to help support you in understanding their needs and developing the personal careTo succeed you will beA team player who engages well with othersStrong communicator and influencerConfident in developing relationships quickly in different locationsEnergetic and hard-workingFlexible and adaptable to changeAble to drive, hold a full licence and have access to a carPassionate about offering superior services and want to make a differenceA glass half full person, with a sense of humour and a positive outlookWe provide you with excellent learning, development and support opportunities, to equip you with the knowledge and skills to make a real difference in the role.Have you got experience of working in the NHS, as a community worker, or worked in vaccination centres are you looking for a more flexible way of working then this opportunity will be perfect for you.
      • croydon, london
      • full-time
      • Webrecruit
      Personal Co-ordinator / Phlebotomist – CroydonCroydon, LondonWith the expansion of our client’s Health team, they are currently looking to recruit a Personal Co-ordinator / Phlebotomist based at their clinic in Croydon. The successful applicant will join a multi-disciplinary team and play an active role in providing an exceptional service to clients. This dual role will be responsible for ensuring customers have an excellent experience while in the clinic, taking blood samples from both private and corporate clients, ensuring they feel comfortable at all times. The Phlebotomist will also travel to client sites to take samples. Candidates must also be able, and willing, to drive our client’s mobile clinic to other location and events. This may require occasional over-night stays. In line with Care Quality Commission guidelines, the successful candidate will be required to undergo an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check.The Candidate:Essential: - Phlebotomy certificate of competence- One year’s experience of blood draws- Excellent communication, organisational and interpersonal skills- Strong attention to detail- Committed and flexible- Willingness to travel- Team player- Valid driving licenceDesirable:- Experience in private healthcare- Efficient with all Microsoft packagesThe OrganisationOur client is a unique collaboration of scientific innovation and medical application, specialising in personalised and preventive health programmes. As global specialists in clinical diagnostics, they offer direct access to a portfolio of hundreds of biomarker tests, proteomics and genomics measurements. This fusion of scientific intelligence and clinical acumen enables earlier diagnosis and treatment of current health problems, potential prevention of future health problems and allows individuals to take control of their health and improve their overall wellbeing.Tailored to the needs of each person, results are discussed; treatment and lifestyle options explored, and continued care provided directly to the public in a private setting to allow individuals to avail of biomarker blood testing to track and improve their wellbeing.To apply for the role of Personal Co-ordinator / Phlebotomist, please apply via the button shown. This vacancy is being advertised by Webrecruit. The services advertised by Webrecruit are those of an Employment Agency.
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Boston Consulting Group
      WHAT YOU'LL DOAs a Health Care Systems (HCS) Sector Manager within BCG’s Public Sector Practice Area (PA), you will work closely with Sector and PA leadership to support and run the Sector business with a strong focus on developing and commercializing products. You will be sought as a thought partner, supporting leadership in setting the strategic agenda and defining implementation activities for the business while also engaging and driving sector content development initiatives. Other tasks include business analysis and planning, staffing support, lead organization, internal communication and affiliation activities.In addition, you will manage the commercial plan and monitor the state of the business ( lead flow, proposal pipeline and sold cases), reaching out to relevant Client Officers/Managing Directors. You will work with the Marketing team to plan publications, newsletters, internal and external events for the sector; develop a SATT strategy for the sector and plan activities; own the sector content on and be the liaison to industry platforms and associations that the sector partners with.YOU'RE GOOD ATSelf-starting with a strong worth ethic, entrepreneurial drive to work autonomously and in a multinational team Earning the respect of a very senior cohort, all Managing Directors, that are remotely located, juggling the various priorities and viewpoints of the Leadership Team members, showing influence to compile inputs and opinions from the Leadership Team members, while still meeting demanding deadlinesOperating effectively in a matrix organization with the ability to prioritize and make decisions, managing ambiguity with a high level of comfortComplex project management with the ability to multi-task and drive advanced strategic analysis (beyond data) and leverage results for impactWorking closely with the Knowledge Team to align regional and sector priorities; exchange on content and client activities and help drive broader KT network and product / service portfolio, supporting knowledge management and knowledge curationExecuting budget monitoring; managing the advancement and commercialization of the sector, supporting road shows or client events where necessary; tracking impactLeading others, including senior business leaders in clarifying problems and developing solutions by building cross-sector partnerships - building consensus, persuading and influencing.Motivating others to deliver highest standards, providing direction, mentoring and coaching.Supporting business development initiatives, including priority proposals and selling materials, in partnership with ECT and KT teamYOU BRING (EXPERIENCE & QUALIFICATIONS)8-10 years of relevant experienceMaster’s degree preferred Role related certifications preferredAbility to manage and drive area of accountabilities, contributing to higher level agenda settingAbility to lead more complex, broader sub functional teams or projects fully independently and provide direction to others Ability to resolve complex issues and non-defined problems autonomously, with full business acumen Strong interpersonal skills, credibilityAbility to influence senior members of the sector and beyondAbility to respect sensitive client, BCG, and people related information as personal and confidentialStrong written and verbal communication skillsAdvanced knowledge in Outlook, PowerPoint, and ExcelYOU'LL WORK WITHOur business management and operations team members work to ensure that BCG is running smoothly, efficiently, and productively. We are made up of executive and administrative (or case team) assistants, visual service artists, receptionists, facilities staff, and the team leaders and office coordinators who manage these operations and business management jobs.You will work with the Regional Practice Area Leaders and their leadership teams when setting the strategic agenda and driving implementation. For additional tasks, you will collaborate with the Practice Area Coordinators, Sector / Topic Managers, HR and Marketing within the PA. Further interfaces exist with other Regional Managers as well as global and regional BCG functions and teams as needed.ADDITIONAL INFORMATIONPractice Area Management & Operations team members keep BCG’s industry and functional practice areas operating responsively and efficiently. As a member of this team, you will contribute directly to the success of our business through a number of roles, including content development, process management, marketing, meeting and conference management, and internal/external communications.
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • St Christopher’s
      Art Psychotherapist (1 year FTC)When registering to this job board you will be redirected to the online application form. Please ensure that this is completed in full in order that your application can be reviewed.Your new roleWe have an exciting opportunity for an emotionally intelligent and resilient Art Psychotherapist, to work with individuals and groups as an autonomous clinical practitioner within the Art and Music Therapy team and the wider clinical multi-disciplinary team at the hospice. You will help to plan and provide an Arts Psychotherapy service for both inpatient and outpatient services. You will use a comprehensive and inclusive range of art psychotherapy methods, approaches and techniques in accordance with evidence-based practice.To succeed in this roleYou will have an excellent understanding and knowledge of relevant psychological theories, therapeutic interventions and models of loss and grief work. You will have experience of working in a psychological framework with people who have experienced common mental health concerns ( anxiety and depression), as well as complex mental health concerns. You will be comfortable working in a hospice environment with adults and families.Additionally, you will possess excellent verbal and written communication skills, be skilled in using Microsoft Office packages such as Word, Excel, Power Point, and be able to manage your own workload and cases in accordance with best practice and clinical needs.What you will get in return is a stimulating and rewarding career with an opportunity to influence and make a real difference in the community. In addition you will benefit from access to excellent training and development opportunities, a number of health and wellbeing schemes, a competitive contributory pension scheme and life assurance scheme with generous beneficiary plan. You will also have access to free off street parking nearby, Onsite staff canteen at our Sydenham site and facilities to order lunch at our Orpington site.For an informal discussion about the role, please contact Mandy Bruce, on or check out our website for further information on all aspects of St Christopher’s at and to apply for this position, please click the ‘Apply Online’ button below.Closing Date: 14th June 2022Interview Date: TBAPlease note, each application is scored according to how well the supporting statement addresses each point on the Person Specification for the role. Candidates will be short-listed for interview on the extent to which they meet the specific points within the Person Specification. When completing your application, please use the supporting statement section to tell us how you meet each of the points in the Person Specification.In the event we receive a high amount of applications, we reserve the right to close the job earlier than the initial closing date.
      • wimbledon, london
      • full-time
      • Barchester Healthcare
      ABOUT THE ROLEAre you a Newly Qualified Nurse (RGN/RMN) looking to take the first step in a rewarding career? Are you looking to expand your skills and knowledge within an established, skilled, and supportive team? Barchester Healthcare is the only care provider in the UK to be accredited as one of the best companies to work for in 2019, and is a fantastic place to begin your nursing journey! You will be trained in the delivery of niche care and the use of specialist equipment. We offer mentorship and guidance throughout your first year, alongside ongoing training and progression opportunities throughout your experience with Barchester. ABOUT YOUIf you are a passionate and ambitious Registered Nurse from any discipline, we would love to hear from you! You must have a valid NMC PIN and nursing qualification, and we will provide the preceptorship training. REWARDS PACKAGEAlongside a competitive starting salary, Barchester offers one of the best progression paths and benefits package in the sector! Rewards include:• £2000 Golden Hello*• Unlimited access to Refer a Friend scheme• Rewarding Excellence bonus• Retail and leisure vouchers• Free access to counselling and medical advice• Support and mentorship from highly skilled clinical staffQuality is at the heart of everything we do. If you are looking for a role to celebrate the lives of the people you care for, Barchester is a rewarding and empowering place to be.ref:224466
      • london, london
      • full-time
      Our client is an established national mental healthcare provider offering high quality care to people with severe and enduring mental health needs. This service supports older adults with mental health and addiction issues.Please see attached Job Profile for further information including experience and qualification requirements.
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Web Recruit
      Personal Co-ordinator / Phlebotomist – St. Paul’s, LondonSt. Paul’s, LondonWith the expansion of our client’s Health team, they are currently looking to recruit a Personal Co-ordinator / Phlebotomist based at their clinic in St. Paul’s, London. The successful applicant will join a multi-disciplinary team and play an active role in providing an exceptional service to clients. This dual role will be responsible for ensuring customers have an excellent experience while in the clinic, taking blood samples from both private and corporate clients, ensuring they feel comfortable at all times. The Phlebotomist will also travel to client sites to take samples. Candidates must also be able, and willing, to drive our client’s mobile clinic to other location and events. This may require occasional over-night stays. In line with Care Quality Commission guidelines, the successful candidate will be required to undergo an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check.The Candidate:Essential: - Phlebotomy certificate of competence- One year’s experience of blood draws- Excellent communication, organisational and interpersonal skills- Strong attention to detail- Committed and flexible- Willingness to travel- Team player- Valid driving licenceDesirable:- Experience in private healthcare- Efficient with all Microsoft packagesThe OrganisationOur client is a unique collaboration of scientific innovation and medical application, specialising in personalised and preventive health programmes. As global specialists in clinical diagnostics, they offer direct access to a portfolio of hundreds of biomarker tests, proteomics and genomics measurements. This fusion of scientific intelligence and clinical acumen enables earlier diagnosis and treatment of current health problems, potential prevention of future health problems and allows individuals to take control of their health and improve their overall wellbeing.Tailored to the needs of each person, results are discussed; treatment and lifestyle options explored, and continued care provided directly to the public in a private setting to allow individuals to avail of biomarker blood testing to track and improve their wellbeing.To apply for the role of Personal Co-ordinator / Phlebotomist, please apply via the button shown. This vacancy is being advertised by Webrecruit. The services advertised by Webrecruit are those of an Employment Agency.
      • south west london, london
      • full-time
      • Eligo Recruitment
      HCA required for GP Surgery work in SW6We are working with a great GP Surgery in Brixton, who are currently seeking locum HCA to assist in covering for a minimum of 2 months (potentially on-going).They are seeking a HCA competent in HCA duties including Phlebotomy and use of EMIS. They will require 3 days per week, we are flexible working 9am - 5pm with a one-hour unpaid lunch break.The rate for this assignment will be £12 p/h.If you are interested in covering these requirements, please contact myself asap and we can look to get this scheduled in for yourself.Alternatively, if you know someone who would be suitable for this role, we offer a great referral bonus of up to £200! Get in touch to find out more!Why book your Locum HCA sessions with us?* Fast track registration and dedicated one-to-one support from an expert medical consultant.* Flexible OOH Sessions that can be booked up to two months in advance.* We pay you weekly, in full through our in-house payroll system, and can offer great rates straight into your self-employed account.With over 20 years' combined experience in placing Locum GP's, Nurses, and Non-Clinical staff, the Eligo Medical team have an ethos of providing a dedicated, specialist consultant to candidates, and a high-quality service delivered promptly and professionally.For other suitable roles, please get in touch and advise on what Locum sessions you are looking for and where, and we will make every effort to accommodate you.
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