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      • charlton, london
      • full-time
      • Four Seasons Health Care Group
      We are looking for Registered ; If you have a passion for enhancing the quality of life then working in our nursing home 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 Registered Nurse you will need to have a current NMC registration and a good knowledge of the most up-to-date clinical practices.We offer a great range of benefits, which includeWelcome Bonus of £1500 paid in two installments at 3 and 6 monthsRecommend a Nurse Scheme of £1000Competitive salaryGenerous holiday entitlementFree mealsOngoing personal development plan and career progressionCompany Pension SchemeFriendly Working EnvironmentFree Enhanced DBS Check and uniformExcellent career development opportunitiesFull time and part time opportunitiesDiscounts and benefits suited to your lifestyleAs a Registered Nurse you will be:Leading a team of care staff to deliver exceptional careProducing well-developed care plans and detailed risk assessments, with an understanding of regulatory frameworksMaintain accurate documentation and resident records whilst incorporating the use of modern technologyOverseeing all aspects of medicine management on your shift in accordance with company policies and current legislationResponsible for making decisions in a timely mannerUtilising your clinical skills to provide guidance and support to all team membersMaking decisions and taking action in a timely mannerSupporting, guiding, teaching and mentoring others in line with the NMC Code, following its guidance at all ;To succeed you will be:A Registered Nurse with the ability to lead a team of care staffPassionate about delivering great care and supporting the residents and their familiesA team player who engages well with othersA sense of humour and positive outlookAble to communicate effectively at all levelsAble to demonstrate awareness and understanding of the CI/CQQ/RQIA National Care StandardsDemonstrate an understanding and application of relevant legislation in relation to the roleAble to deliver nursing care in a clinical environmentHave you got experience of working in the NHS, a Community Nurse, staff nurse or worked in vaccination centres are you looking for your next career opportunity then this opportunity will see you using all your clinical skills.
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Not For Profit People
      Counsellor Pre Treatment AddictionWe are looking for a Pre Treatment Gambling Addiction Therapist to work as part of a team providing therapeutic assessment to service users approaching the charity to access support for gambling related harm.Position: Pre Treatment Gambling Addiction TherapistLocation: RemoteSalary: £27,000- £32,000Hours: Full time, 35 hours per weekContract: PermanentBenefits: 28 days' annual leave, 6% pension contribution, occupational sick pay, eye care vouchersClosing Date: 6th June 2022About the RoleAs Pre Treatment Gambling Addiction Therapist, you will assist in providing a pre-treatment wrap-around service ensuring potential service users will have access to the right help they require in order to access the right support for them and overcome any barriers in doing so. You will support in the engagement of clients, manage their assessments and provision of support in order to ensure they are held appropriately on their journey into treatment. You will play a significant role in assessing and coordinating service users applying to use the services.Key responsibilities include:Arrange and complete comprehensive assessment for service usersInform applicants of the outcome of their applicationsSignpost and refer applicants to other suitable treatment provisionsObtain further information if needed from other sourcesEnsure prompt identification and management of risks, incidents, safeguarding, and delivery of quality interventionsKeep up to date records of our waiting list and prioritise clients for treatment.Provide therapeutic support and advise Gordon Moody service users as required.To support the continuous review and develop of the pre-treatment wrap-around programmes through evaluation, continuous improvement, and development of projects as necessaryTo proactively support the work of the organisation with external stakeholders and act as a Gordon Moody ambassadorAbout You As Pre Treatment Gambling Addiction Therapist, you will have a qualification and/or training in a relevant discipline (Healthcare/Social Work/Psychology/Psychotherapy or Counselling.You will have:CBT and/or Motivational Interviewing training and/or relevant qualificationExperience and/or training in supporting, people living with addiction/mental health issuesExperience of planning and facilitating structured work with vulnerable and challenging groupsExperience of working in a therapeutic environment/service, ideally with addictionAbility to comprehensively assess risk and need and manage complex caseExperience of safeguarding vulnerable clients and/or affected othersExperience of using CRM systems Intermediate level MS Office skills Word, Excel, PowerPoint Case management experience with an understanding and application of risk, incident and safeguarding processesKnowledge and understanding of the issues presented and treatment of addiction and mental health issues.Although not essential knowledge of the effects of problem gambling, experience of delivering therapeutic support and of working in a recovery service would be highly beneficial, as would a counselling / Addiction qualification.About the OrganisationThis registered charity has nearly 50 years' experience in providing residential support and treatment for people who are severely addicted to gambling. They provide advice, education and high quality innovative therapeutic support to problem gamblers and those affected by gambling, through residential, online and outreach services.The charity is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes enquiries from everyone and values diversity in its workforce.You may have experience in areas such as Health Engagement, Residential Treatment, Gambling Treatment, Gambling Therapist, Gambling Addiction, Gambling, Rehabilitation Therapist, Rehabilitation, Residential Rehabilitation, Rehabilitation Centre, Outreach, Addiction Therapist, Addiction Counsellor, Recovery Worker, Recovery Therapist, Recovery, Outreach Worker, Counselling, Counsellor, Psychotherapist, Addiction Counsellor, Gambling Counsellor, Community Counsellor, Counselling Psychotherapist, Adult Services, Mental Health.
      • lambeth, london
      • full-time
      • Peabody
      Peabody are looking for a Support Worker to join their team on either a full or part time, permanent basis. In return for a competitive salary of £22,929 pro rata.About the Support Worker role:Our Lambeth Mental Health services provide high quality support to people who have a history of serious mental illness. You will work to support our customers in a collaborative way around a variety of needs including promoting their recovery, independent life skills, training and education, maximising their income, substance use and move-on. You will be working on a rota basis covering a shift pattern from including weekends.What will you be doing as our Support Worker:Carrying out needs and risk assessments, completing support plans, providing support, and carrying out reviews, in accordance with policies and procedures and the requirements of stakeholders and fundersWorking with our customers in a person centred, recovery focused and trauma informed wayPromoting the principles of co-production with our customersSupporting customers to maximise their income, to access benefits, and to budget to cover domestic bills and living expensesSupporting customers to sustain their housing and identify and move onto housing that meets their needsAccurately inputing all client data onto an electronic monitoring system and ensuring records are maintained to evidence key performance targets and comply with commissioner requirementsLiaising promptly with colleagues, partner agencies and other stakeholders regarding safeguarding, welfare and risk concerns in accordance with Peabody policyParticipating in customer reviews, team meetings and training coursesActively promoting the remit of the service to a range of customers and other professionals as appropriatePrompting customers regarding medication and encourage self-management of health and wellbeingWhat we're looking for in our Support Worker:Effective Report writing and IT literacy including Word, excel and data entry systemsThe ability to communicate effectively with customers, staff and external agenciesPassionate about being able to make a real difference in peoples’ livesKnowledge of Health and Safety in a supported housing environmentExperience and knowledge of best practise in working with a mental health client group or vulnerable adults and promoting their recovery and independence.In return, we will offer you a range of benefits which include:Paid DBS enhanced checkSleep in rate £ per session (as applicable)25 days annual leave plus bank holidaysPay mileage at 45 pence per mile (as applicable)Up to 4% pension contribution, matched 1-1Flexible benefits of 1% of salary within a minimum £30024/7 access to a confidential employment programmeFull trainingSpot bonus available under certain criteriaClosing Date: 5pm, Tuesday 24th May 2022If you feel have the skills and experience to become our Support Worker, please click ‘apply’ now!At Peabody, where possible, we provide flexible working opportunities from day one to our employees, as we recognise the importance of a good work-life balance; and to improve our productivity and performance, we embrace agile working, which means if you are in a desk based role, that will be a hybrid of office and home working. If your role is in a client facing environment, appropriate base location will apply.Our mission is to help people make the most of their lives and an important part of this is to ensure that our organisation reflects the wider communities we serve. We want to attract recruit and retain a diverse, inclusive and creative workforce to give us the best opportunity to meet the diverse needs of our residents and customers. We actively encourage applications from all groups and communities, as well as from BAME, LGBTQ+ and disabled people.
      • docklands, london
      • full-time
      • Coburg Banks Limited
      My client is looking for a Care Supervisor to join their established domiciliary service based in Tower Hamlets. Salary up to £26K, plus on call allowance (1 week in 7). Additional on-call pay £225 per week. Bank holidays paid at higher rate.The branch provides care to people within their own homes, enabling them to remain as independent as possible. You will be joining a dedicated and passionate branch who also provide excellent progression and training opportunities.This is a brilliant opportunity for a Senior Care Assistant, Field Care Supervisor or Team Leader looking for an opportunity to progress within a supportive team. You will split your time between being out in the field and being in the office.The Role;As the Care Supervisor you will;Be responsible for a team of carers who you will need to regularly liaise with to ensure all calls are covered and attended.Carry out supervisions, appraisals and support visits with the carers.Be responsible for assessments, care plans, risk assessments and spot checks.Make sure that systems are regularly updated, and that the information inputted is accurate.The Person;To be considered for the Care Supervisor role, you will need;Previous care experience - Team Leader, Field Care Supervisor or Senior Care AssistantComputer literacy skillsClear communication skillsMinimum of a level 2 in Health & Social Care AdultsExperience working within domiciliary at a senior levelA valid UK driving license and access to a vehicleCoburg Banks Limited is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.
      • old southgate, london
      • full-time
      • Barchester Healthcare
      ABOUT THE ROLEAs a Care Assistant at a Barchester care home, you’ll help residents enjoy each day by making sure they get the quality care and support they deserve. You’ll assist with daily living, providing support and companionship – and sharing great moments and memories too. It’s a chance to bring your dedication and compassion to a fulfilling environment. Every day will be different, so you can expect to undertake work that’s as varied as it is rewarding. As a Care Assistant, you could be doing anything from supporting residents with their food and drink and following care plans to ensuring that each of our residents has one-to-one time. It’s an opportunity to put your skills to meaningful use and develop your career.ABOUT YOUTo join us as a Care Assistant you’ll need to have some experience of caring for older people, a can-do approach and excellent communication skills. Your empathy and warm-hearted approach will shine through, but above all, you’ll have the compassion needed to deliver the highest standard of care and support for all our residents. In return we'll provide all the training you need to thrive.REWARDS PACKAGEAs well as a competitive salary, Barchester offers one of the best rewards packages in the care sector. Your generous benefits would include:• Free learning and development• Automatic enrolment into our profit share scheme• A range of holiday, retail and leisure discounts• Unlimited access to our Refer a Friend bonus schemeIf you’d like to use your people skills in an organisation that provides the quality care you’d expect for your loved ones, this is a rewarding place to be.
      • barking, london
      • HC-One - Chaseview (Essex)
      As a Trainee Nursing Assistant at HC-One, you will be a role model as you lead by example to embody the quality of supreme kindness in every aspect of your work in our Memory Care, Nursing, Residential and Specialist care homes. Everyone who works here understands that our Residents are people just like them with their own stories to tell. By joining HC-One you’ll have a wonderful opportunity to give something back to those people.For you, that will mean making sure our residents’ care planning arrangements are delivered impeccably. We want to offer our residents a sense of choice and independence and you’ll be the person to ensure we do. And, whether you’re taking up a nursing task delegated to you, reporting an accident or spending time with someone who’s demonstrating symptoms of dementia, you’ll always have Resident wellbeing in mind above anything else.Hourly rate is subject to experience and qualifications.Senior Care Assistants – have you wondered what your next career move is? Are you looking to develop your skills and knowledge? Would you like to earn more money?If so, HC-One has the perfect career opportunity for you.We have created a new Trainee Nursing Assistant role which is the very first of its kind! We have created an outstanding and refreshing development program that will upskill and train Senior Care Assistants undertake more responsibility and develop the skills needed to be a Nursing Assistant. This role will assist in tasks such as administering medicines, care of wounds, catheter care and other direct clinical tasks, under the supervision and guidance of the qualified nurse.What’s also great is you will get a salary increase once you have completed your program.This is what you need to qualify for the development program:S/NVQ Level III Health & Social Care (or working towards).Minimum 2 years’ experience in Health & Social Care where you have been a Senior Carer or a similar position with leadership responsibilities especially around administering medicines and leading a shift.Knowledge and understanding of the person centred care planning process and the relevant legislative and regulatory requirements.We’ll provide full training, so it’s a great opportunity to learn something new. In return, you will enjoy access to a huge variety of benefits and services to support your physical and psychological well-being and throughout your career as a Nursing Assistant we will invest in you and you will enjoy additional support and benefits including:Paid DBS/PVGFree uniformHomemade meal whilst on shiftCompany pension scheme28 days annual leave inclusive of bank holidaysGroup life assurance coverAward-winning learning and development and support to achieve qualifications.GP online - a service providing around the clock GP consultation via an interactive app - available to you and your children under 16An opportunity to learn from experienced colleagues as part of an outstanding and committed team.Colleague discounts – Access to over 1600 high street discounts including carefully selected discount partners.Wellbeing - free of charge access to an independent and confidential Employee Assistance Programme. This gives Colleagues and their family access to 24/7 365 support for a whole range of issues including physical, mental and financial issuesExcellent recognition schemes such as ‘Kindness in Care’ and Long Service AwardsRefer a Friend scheme (£250 per referral)We are committed to providing the quickest possible turnaround from the point of making you a job offer to you starting with us on day one.#HCOneJobs
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Bupa Dental Care
      Vestry House, London - Dental Nurse - Full-timeHere at Bupa our people are at the heart of everything we do, because we ; We have created environments where people can look forward to coming to work, feel empowered and benefit from working collaboratively with brilliant & talented experts.Vestry House is part of our Platinum range of practices, which offer private dental care and specialist treatments in exclusive, luxury settings.As a Private Dental Nurse you’ll be benefiting from an experienced practice team, exceptional development and opportunities to take you as far as you want to go; and that’s just to mention a few.Private Dental Nurse skills and experience required for this role:GDC RegisteredSOE/R4 experience preferredEnsure CQC requirements are metUpdate patient recordsSet up decontamination of instrumentsProvide clinical chair-side support to dentistsUndertake some reception dutiesPersonable, positive and enthusiastic with a great customer focusStrong communication skillsProvide excellent patient careSalary and benefits:We make life better for millions. That includes ;Our dental nurse benefits packages are one of the best in the industry because you make a difference to our patients - so we want to make sure you’re well rewarded for it. These are just some of the benefits on offer when you join: A competitive starting salary and the opportunity to increase this through training and developmentWe cover your GDC registration, your DBS and professional indemnity - we'll save you hundreds of pounds and you can concentrate on great patient care and building your dental career with usTo help with this we have established dental nurse career pathways leading to senior roles, free specialist training and free CPD. Being part of Bupa means access to many different career opportunities across other parts of the business too.Access to our Health Cash Plan where you can claim back everyday health expenses like the opticians, therapies or consultations.Access to Gympass, a flexible, monthly subscription service giving you access to national multi-site gyms, online live classes, fitness & wellbeing apps and 1-2-1 training sessionsFree access to a digital GP. You have access to an unlimited number of appointments 24/7, normally available within two hours24/7 free access to Healthy Minds for you and your immediate family. Talk to a counselor about any challenges you face at home or at work - whether you are having a bad day or want help with personal goals.24/7 free access to Anytime Healthline. Our confidential 24/7 service offers unlimited telephone consultations with our teams of GPs and nurses, every day of the year. It's open to your immediate family and can also be used for advice on staying healthyCycle to work schemeFree annual flu vaccinationDiscounted travel vaccinationsAccess to mental health support network and personal energy training sessionsDiscounted dental insurance which can be extended to immediate family membersDiscounts on clothing, food, petrol and holidays through My Bupa PerksA additional day of annual leave for your wedding daySo why wait? Apply now to be part of a brilliant team, helping people live longer, healthier, happier lives and making a better ; To find out more about working with us, find us on LinkedIn and Facebook.Bupa Dental Care is an equal opportunities ;
      • islington, 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
      • welling, london
      • HC-One - Priory Mews
      Priory Mews, Dartford DA2 6EG Flexible full-time and part-time hours available Hourly rate is subject to experience and qualifications The care sector is such a rich and rewarding place to work. There is variety in your work and in the roles available – you don’t have to be a Carer to make a meaningful difference in our care homes. HC-One wants the kindest and most resilient people to come and support our residents – no two days will be the same and you will receive the learning and development you need to thrive. In your role as a Care Assistant at HC-One, you’ll value kindness above all. It touches upon every aspect of our Dementia, Nursing, Residential and Specialist care homes. Every single person who works here understands that our residents are people just like them with their own stories to tell. We currently have part time and full time contracts available and by joining HC-One, you’ll have a wonderful opportunity to give something back to those people. Right now, we’re looking for an enthusiastic and committed Care Assistant, who is flexible to work day shifts and night shifts, to join the team at Priory Mews. Whether we're providing long or short-term, convalescence, respite or palliative care, our focus is on providing the highest quality service at all times. Do you fit this role? Become a key worker and make a difference.As a Care Assistant under the guidance of a Registered Nurse includes taking responsibility for the physical and emotional well being and social needs of our Residents. Assisting Residents with personal care activities such as washing, personal hygiene, dressing and assisting with meals. Delivering a level of care that truly comes from the heart. It’s about making sure our Residents never lose their dignity or sense of individuality as you get involved in general activities within the care home. And, whether you’re helping someone with limited mobility to learn to use an aid, offering emotional support to a confused or distressed Resident or delivering care to someone at the end of their life, you’ll always have their well-being in mind above anything else.We’ll provide full training, so it’s a great opportunity to learn something new. In return, you will enjoy access to a huge variety of benefits and services to support your physical and psychological well-being and throughout your career as a Care Assistant we will invest in you and you will enjoy additional support and benefits including:Paid DBSFree uniformHomemade meal whilst on shiftCompany pension scheme28 days annual leave inclusive of bank holidaysGroup life assurance coverAward-winning learning and development and support to achieve qualifications.GP online - a service providing around the clock GP consultation via an interactive app - available to you and your children under 16An opportunity to learn from experienced colleagues as part of an outstanding and committed team.Colleague discounts – Access to over 1600 high street discounts including carefully selected discount partners.Wellbeing - free of charge access to an independent and confidential Employee Assistance Programme. This gives Colleagues and their family access to 24/7 365 support for a whole range of issues including physical, mental and financial issuesExcellent recognition schemes such as ‘Kindness in Care’ and Long Service AwardsRefer a Friend scheme (£250 per referral)We are committed to providing the quickest possible turnaround from the point of making you a job offer to you starting with us on day one.#HCOneJobs
      • edmonton, london
      • full-time
      • Four Seasons Health Care Group
      We are currently recruiting for a Care ; If you’re a kind, warm and compassionate person and like to have a positive impact on peoples’ lives, then working as a 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 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 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 then experience of working as a Care Assistant isn’t ; 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.We 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
      • dagenham, london
      • Asda
      Job AdvertMuch more than you imaginePharmacist, Asda HealthcareYour RoleThere's something really special about being a pharmacist at Asda.Maybe it's because our pharmacists are so connected to their local communities, they really know they are making a difference to some of the most vulnerable people in society. Or because we make sure they have the in-store and head office support they need to prioritise and promote the services their patients need most.The role of the supermarket pharmacy has changed beyond all recognition in the last few years and will continue to do so in the future. As an NHS Frontline Service Provider, offering everything from the emergency prescriptions to Covid vaccines to Urgent Care, our pharmacies are becoming far more complex operations. With safety of paramount importance at all times, strong leadership skills and the ability to bring out the best in others will be the key to success in this role.About YouYou'll be a fully qualified pharmacist registered with the GPhCYou'll have proven leadership in a fast-paced pharmacy environmentYou will be accredited to deliver national and local services for the NHS and private healthcareYou'll have great agility, the ability to prioritise and the enthusiasm to generate real team spiritThe RewardsYou will also get an excellent benefits package including:Discretionary company bonusCompany pension up to 7% matched10% colleague discount, free parking and many additional rewards.your professional indemnity insuranceGPhC fees paid Please note: Each shift has an unpaid compulsory meal break. This must be taken between 1pm-2pm on the 7am-5pm shift and 4pm-5pm on the 1pm-11pm shift.
      • old southgate, 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 PACKAGE As well as a competitive salary, Barchester offers one of the best rewards packages in the care sector. Your generous benefits would include:• Free learning and development • Automatic enrolment into our profit share scheme • A range of holiday, retail and leisure discounts • Nurse Mentor and Refer a Friend bonus schemes • Offer to pay Skilled Worker visa application fee for eligible nursesIf 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
      • upminster, london
      • part-time
      • Barchester Healthcare
      ABOUT THE ROLEA Golden Hello is just one of the ways we’ll reward you when you join Barchester in this role.As a Care Assistant at a Barchester care home, you’ll help residents enjoy each day by making sure they get the quality care and support they deserve. You’ll assist with daily living, providing support and companionship – and sharing great moments and memories too. It’s a chance to bring your dedication and compassion to a fulfilling environment. Every day will be different, so you can expect to undertake work that’s as varied as it is rewarding. As a Care Assistant, you could be doing anything from supporting residents with their food and drink and following care plans to ensuring that each of our residents has one-to-one time. It’s an opportunity to put your skills to meaningful use and develop your career.ABOUT YOUYou’ll need to have empathy, a can-do approach and excellent communication skills to join us as a Care Assistant. If you have that, then you don’t need any specific care experience as we’ll provide all the training you need to thrive. Above all, you’ll have real compassion for all our residents in order to deliver the highest standard of care and support. REWARDS PACKAGEAs well as a competitive salary, Barchester offers one of the best rewards packages in the care sector. Your generous benefits would include:• A £500 Golden Hello*• Free learning and development• Automatic enrolment into our profit share scheme• A range of holiday, retail and leisure discounts• Unlimited access to our Refer a Friend bonus schemeIf you’d like to use your people skills in an organisation that provides the quality care you’d expect for your loved ones, this is a rewarding place to be.*Terms and conditions apply.
      • southgate, 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
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Single Homeless Project
      Support Worker - Young People's (SE. London) Services£23,249 - £25,047pa (starting salary dependent on relevant experience)South-East London hours per weekAre you committed to supporting young people into independence? Do you have the drive, aptitude and personal qualities which will encourage and coach our residents into developing life skills and support them to manage living independently? Then read on.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 ;We currently have new opportunities for you to join our Young People's Services teams, either in Greenwich or in Lewisham. Working within a supported accommodation setting, you will provide a safe and nurturing environment for around 100 young ; We are seeking individuals with relevant experience, who want to make a difference and support our young people.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 happen.As a Project / Support Worker, you will be working under the direction of the Manager, to provide support to the young people we ; You will carry a caseload of clients who you will formulate a comprehensive Needs and Risk Assessment for, which will result in an agreed Support ; The plan will inform the ongoing casework, which promotes independence and prepares young people for eventual move on, into independent accommodation.To be successful, you will have:Experience of working with young people to develop life skills and support their involvement in meaningful activities.A good understanding of the principles of working in a recovery focused way and how this can be related to producing risk and needs assessments, planning, goal setting and reviewing with young peopleAn understanding and experience of applying effective ways of working with young people, in particular; YP’s with mental health and attachment needs including emerging personality disorder and/or significant self-harmSo, if you think you have what it takes, especially if you have experience of working with young people ( , within in a YOS or Children's Residential Services), then we would love to hear from ;This role is shift rota based and will require some weekend work & Bank ;Closing date: 31st May 2022 (at Midnight)Interviews to be held on: During June 2022This post will require an Enhanced DBS check to be processed for the successful ;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 ;
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Bupa Dental Care
      Area Dental Nurse - Full-time - Based at Islington but covering 22 practices in Central London. £ p/h and Zones 1-4 travel card paid for.Here at Bupa our people are at the heart of everything we do, because we ; We have created environments where people can look forward to coming to work, feel empowered and benefit from working collaboratively with brilliant & talented experts.Islington is part of our Platinum range of practices, which offer private dental care and specialist treatments in exclusive, luxury settings.As a Private Area Dental Nurse you’ll be benefiting from an experienced practice team, exceptional development and opportunities to take you as far as you want to go; and that’s just to mention a few.Private Field Dental Nurse responsibilities:Providing clinical chairside support to dentistsWorking in multiple locations within a 1 hour radius of your base practiceEnsuring CQC requirements are metProviding excellent patient careUpdating patient recordsSetting up decontamination of instrumentsReception dutiesPrivate Field Dental Nurse skills and experience:GDC RegisteredDriving licence and access to your own transportWillingness to travelEnjoys working in different practices with a range of specialist and practitionersPersonable, positive and enthusiastic with a great customer focusPreferred SOE/R4 experienceStrong communication skillsSalary and benefits:ProfessionalA competitive starting salary and the opportunity to increase this through training and developmentReimbursed business mileage and a £200 car allowanceWork phone providedFully funded CPD training, GDC registration, DBS and Professional Indemnity, saving you over £500 per yearEstablished progression and development - including opportunities to further your skills in professional courses, such as Implants, Radiography, Sedation, Orthodontics and moreModern surgeries and dental software systemsPractice Manager Academy – our training programme for those looking to progress into practice managementCareer opportunities to move into other roles or other parts of BupaLong service recognitionYour Dental Nurse uniform will be providedHealthier Bodies & Healthier MindsAccess to Gympass, a flexible, monthly subscription service giving you access to national multisite gyms, online live classes, fitness & wellbeing apps and 1-2-1 training sessionsFree access to the Bupa health app, which provides personalised guidance and support on your health & wellbeing with mental health services through SilverCloud Health includedFree access to Digital GP in partnership with Babylon. You have access to an unlimited number of appointments 24/7, normally available within two hours.24/7 free access to Healthy Minds for you and your immediate family. Talk to a counsellor about any challenges you face at home or at work - whether you are having a bad day or want help with personal goals.24/7 free access to Anytime Healthline. Our confidential 24/7 service offers unlimited telephone consultations with our teams of GPs and nurses, every day of the year. It's open to your immediate family and can also be used for advice on staying healthyCycle to work schemeFree annual flu vaccinationDiscounted travel vaccinationsAccess to mental health support network and personal energy training sessionsDiscounted dental insurance which can be extended to immediate family membersDiscounted health assessmentHealthier Places & Healthier CultureBe you at Bupa, our diversity & inclusion networkOpportunities to get involved with the Bupa FoundationOpportunities to support our charity partner, DentaidOur approach to Mental Health in the workplaceReward & Recognition schemes linked to our Bupa ValuesDiscounts clothing, food, petrol and holidays through My Bupa PerksAdditional day of annual leave for your wedding dayCareer breaks for long serviceHealth & Safety support networkWe're proud to have been named in the LinkedIn Top Companies Where the UK Wants to Work 2019, the Forbes World's best employers, and in the Inclusive Top 50 UK Employers list.If you or someone you know would be interested in working with a dynamic and expanding healthcare business as a Private Field Dental Nurse, with lots of support on offer, great benefits and friendly teams, we would love to hear from you!Bupa Dental Care is an equal opportunities ;
      • edmonton, london
      • full-time
      • Four Seasons Health Care Group
      We are looking for Bank Registered Nurses to join our regional Bank team were you will work across a number of our Care Homes within a specified region. If you have a passion for enhancing the quality of life, then working for us within our nursing homes will be the right role for ; Seen as specialists in dementia care and RCN accredited, we’ll support you to be the best too, no matter what area of nursing is in your ;We offer a great range of benefit’s, which includeCompetitive hourly rates uplift included on hourly rate to cover annual leaveVarious shifts availableFlexible working hours to suit your lifestyleFree mealsAccess to excellent trainingOngoing personal development plan and career progressionFree onsite parkingFriendly Working EnvironmentFree Enhanced DBS Check and uniformDiscounts and benefits suited to your lifestyleAs a Bank Registered Nurse you will have a current NMC registration and a good knowledge of the most up-to-date clinical practices and be willing to travel to various Homes.As a Bank Registered Nurse you will be:Supporting a team of care staff across multiple locations to deliver exceptional careProducing well-developed care plans and detailed risk assessments, with an understanding of regulatory frameworksMaintaining accurate documentation and resident records whilst incorporating the use of modern technologyOverseeing all aspects of medicine management on your shift in accordance with company policies and current legislationResponsible for making decisions and having the autonomy to do things the right wayUtilising your clinical skills to provide guidance and support to all team membersSupporting, guiding, teaching and mentoring others in line with the NMC Code, following its guidance at all ;To succeed you will be:A Registered Nurse with the ability to lead a team of care staffPassionate about delivering great care and supporting the residents and their familiesA team player who engages well with othersConfident in developing relationships quickly in different locationsAble to demonstrate a sense of humour and positive outlookAble to communicate effectively at all levelsAble to drive, hold a full licence and have access to a carAble to demonstrate awareness and understanding of the CI/CQQ/RQIA National Care StandardsAble to Demonstrate an understanding and application of relevant legislation in relation to the roleAble to deliver nursing care in a clinical environmentHave you got experience of working in the NHS, a Community Nurse, staff nurse or worked in vaccination centres are you looking for a more flexible way of working then this opportunity will be perfect for you and will see you using all your clinical skills.
      • central london, london
      • full-time
      • Pharmaxo
      Clinical Homecare Nurse (Central London)About usPharmaxo Pharmacy Services Ltd is a specialist pharmacy and clinical homecare provider in an expanding market offering greater choice and convenience to patients whilst delivering value and efficiencies to the NHS and private sector.About the roleDue to continued success and growth of Pharmaxo we are recruiting full and part time Clinical Homecare Nurses in the Central London area. Our nurses assume responsibility for providing a first-class clinical service to patients being treated for a variety of health conditions, which is crucial to ensure excellent ongoing patient care.You must be able to show demonstrable competency, technical and professional expertise in relation to planning, organizational skills and ; You must be patient and customer focused with an awareness of the current and future business requirements. You will be an ambassador for our company whilst delivering excellence in patient care and education out in the community. Through regular and active communication you will be a key member of our team by forging first class relationships with our Healthcare partners.About youWe are looking for someone that is passionate about making a difference to patient lives, dedicated to improving company processes, has a drive to be an expert in what they do, wants to be part of our fantastic company community and is as committed to their career training and progression as we are. Do you have the qualities that we are looking for? If so you could join our friendly and dynamic team.We are seeking individuals who have strong interpersonal skills and the ability to build rapport with patients and clinicians. You will work flexibly and have a commitment to attend study days which are deemed necessary for the development of both the company and you.You must have:•Excellent cannulation/phlebotomy skills•Experience in standard and complex infusion therapies•Commitment to maintain your professional development•Ability to work independently and within a team•Full NMC registration•Full Driving license•Willingness to travel in order to meet the needs of the services provided•Chemotherapy/SACT experience would be an advantageKey Accountabilities to include;•To continuously update nursing knowledge ensuring in line with current legislation and best practice•Administration of prescribed medicines to patients out of the hospital setting, either in a community or the patient’s home•Maintaining accurate record keeping relating to patient treatment•Clinical Competency•Regulatory ComplianceIn return we offer rewards and benefits including:•Competitive salary (depending on experience, knowledge and skills)•33 days holiday (including bank holidays)•Company bonus scheme upon successful completion of probation•Generous pension scheme•Life assurance•Private medical insurance•Company car (full time) or car allowance (part time)•Reimbursement of NMC fees•Uniform provided•Ongoing training and support with revalidationCommit to ; Join our team “Where patients come first”.By clicking ‘apply’ you will be taken to our careers page to complete your application.
      • becontree, london
      • HC-One - Chaseview (Essex)
      As a Trainee Nursing Assistant at HC-One, you will be a role model as you lead by example to embody the quality of supreme kindness in every aspect of your work in our Memory Care, Nursing, Residential and Specialist care homes. Everyone who works here understands that our Residents are people just like them with their own stories to tell. By joining HC-One you’ll have a wonderful opportunity to give something back to those people.For you, that will mean making sure our residents’ care planning arrangements are delivered impeccably. We want to offer our residents a sense of choice and independence and you’ll be the person to ensure we do. And, whether you’re taking up a nursing task delegated to you, reporting an accident or spending time with someone who’s demonstrating symptoms of dementia, you’ll always have Resident wellbeing in mind above anything else.Hourly rate is subject to experience and qualifications.Senior Care Assistants – have you wondered what your next career move is? Are you looking to develop your skills and knowledge? Would you like to earn more money?If so, HC-One has the perfect career opportunity for you.We have created a new Trainee Nursing Assistant role which is the very first of its kind! We have created an outstanding and refreshing development program that will upskill and train Senior Care Assistants undertake more responsibility and develop the skills needed to be a Nursing Assistant. This role will assist in tasks such as administering medicines, care of wounds, catheter care and other direct clinical tasks, under the supervision and guidance of the qualified nurse.What’s also great is you will get a salary increase once you have completed your program.This is what you need to qualify for the development program:S/NVQ Level III Health & Social Care (or working towards).Minimum 2 years’ experience in Health & Social Care where you have been a Senior Carer or a similar position with leadership responsibilities especially around administering medicines and leading a shift.Knowledge and understanding of the person centred care planning process and the relevant legislative and regulatory requirements.We’ll provide full training, so it’s a great opportunity to learn something new. In return, you will enjoy access to a huge variety of benefits and services to support your physical and psychological well-being and throughout your career as a Nursing Assistant we will invest in you and you will enjoy additional support and benefits including:Paid DBS/PVGFree uniformHomemade meal whilst on shiftCompany pension scheme28 days annual leave inclusive of bank holidaysGroup life assurance coverAward-winning learning and development and support to achieve qualifications.GP online - a service providing around the clock GP consultation via an interactive app - available to you and your children under 16An opportunity to learn from experienced colleagues as part of an outstanding and committed team.Colleague discounts – Access to over 1600 high street discounts including carefully selected discount partners.Wellbeing - free of charge access to an independent and confidential Employee Assistance Programme. This gives Colleagues and their family access to 24/7 365 support for a whole range of issues including physical, mental and financial issuesExcellent recognition schemes such as ‘Kindness in Care’ and Long Service AwardsRefer a Friend scheme (£250 per referral)We are committed to providing the quickest possible turnaround from the point of making you a job offer to you starting with us on day one.#HCOneJobs
      • thamesmead, london
      • full-time
      • Four Seasons Health Care Group
      We are looking for Bank Registered Nurses to join our regional Bank team were you will work across a number of our Care Homes within a specified region. If you have a passion for enhancing the quality of life, then working for us within our nursing homes will be the right role for ; Seen as specialists in dementia care and RCN accredited, we’ll support you to be the best too, no matter what area of nursing is in your ;We offer a great range of benefit’s, which includeCompetitive hourly rates uplift included on hourly rate to cover annual leaveVarious shifts availableFlexible working hours to suit your lifestyleFree mealsAccess to excellent trainingOngoing personal development plan and career progressionFree onsite parkingFriendly Working EnvironmentFree Enhanced DBS Check and uniformDiscounts and benefits suited to your lifestyleAs a Bank Registered Nurse you will have a current NMC registration and a good knowledge of the most up-to-date clinical practices and be willing to travel to various Homes.As a Bank Registered Nurse you will be:Supporting a team of care staff across multiple locations to deliver exceptional careProducing well-developed care plans and detailed risk assessments, with an understanding of regulatory frameworksMaintaining accurate documentation and resident records whilst incorporating the use of modern technologyOverseeing all aspects of medicine management on your shift in accordance with company policies and current legislationResponsible for making decisions and having the autonomy to do things the right wayUtilising your clinical skills to provide guidance and support to all team membersSupporting, guiding, teaching and mentoring others in line with the NMC Code, following its guidance at all ;To succeed you will be:A Registered Nurse with the ability to lead a team of care staffPassionate about delivering great care and supporting the residents and their familiesA team player who engages well with othersConfident in developing relationships quickly in different locationsAble to demonstrate a sense of humour and positive outlookAble to communicate effectively at all levelsAble to drive, hold a full licence and have access to a carAble to demonstrate awareness and understanding of the CI/CQQ/RQIA National Care StandardsAble to Demonstrate an understanding and application of relevant legislation in relation to the roleAble to deliver nursing care in a clinical environmentHave you got experience of working in the NHS, a Community Nurse, staff nurse or worked in vaccination centres are you looking for a more flexible way of working then this opportunity will be perfect for you and will see you using all your clinical skills.
      • becontree, london
      • HC-One - The Hornchurch
      Right now, we’re looking for an enthusiastic and committed Care Assistant to join the team at our care home. Whether we're providing long or short-term, convalescence, respite or palliative care, our focus is on providing the highest quality service at all times. Do you fit this role?In your role as a Care Assistant at HC-One, you’ll value kindness above all. It touches upon every aspect of our Dementia, Nursing, Residential and Specialist care homes. Every single person who works here understands that our residents are people just like them with their own stories to tell. By joining HC-One you’ll have a wonderful opportunity to give something back to those people.As a Care Assistant under the guidance of a Registered Nurse, taking responsibility for the physical and emotional well being and social needs of our residents. Assisting residents with personal care activities such as washing, personal hygiene, dressing and assisting with meals.Delivering a level of care that truly comes from the heart. It’s about making sure our residents never lose their dignity or sense of individuality as you get involved in general activities within the care home. And, whether you’re helping someone with limited mobility to learn to use an aid, offering emotional support to a confused or distressed resident or delivering care to someone at the end of their life, you’ll always have their well-being in mind above anything else. We’ll provide full training at HC-One, so it’s a great opportunity to learn something new. In return, you will enjoy access to a huge variety of benefits and services to support your physical and psychological well-being and throughout your career as a Care Assistant we will invest in you and you will enjoy additional support and benefits including:Hourly rate is subject to experience and qualifications.Paid DBS/PVGFree uniformHomemade meal whilst on shiftCompany pension scheme28 days annual leave inclusive of bank holidaysGroup life assurance coverAward-winning learning and development and support to achieve qualifications.GP online - a service providing around the clock GP consultation via an interactive app - available to you and your children under 16An opportunity to learn from experienced colleagues as part of an outstanding and committed team.Colleague discounts – Access to over 1600 high street discounts including carefully selected discount partners.Wellbeing - free of charge access to an independent and confidential Employee Assistance Programme. This gives Colleagues and their family access to 24/7 365 support for a whole range of issues including physical, mental and financial issuesExcellent recognition schemes such as ‘Kindness in Care’ and Long Service AwardsRefer a Friend scheme (£250 per referral)We are passionate about ensuring that our current and future Colleagues can be their true selves, and that our workforce represents the communities we serve. We prioritise inclusive working practices and invite applicants from all backgrounds into our HC-One family and we are committed to providing the quickest possible turnaround from the point of making you a job offer to you starting with us on day one. #HCOneJobs
      • thamesmead, london
      • full-time
      • Four Seasons Health Care Group
      We are looking for Registered ; If you have a passion for enhancing the quality of life then working in our nursing home 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 Registered Nurse you will need to have a current NMC registration and a good knowledge of the most up-to-date clinical practices.We offer a great range of benefits, which includeWelcome Bonus of £1500 paid in two installments at 3 and 6 monthsRecommend a Nurse Scheme of £1000Competitive salaryGenerous holiday entitlementFree mealsOngoing personal development plan and career progressionCompany Pension SchemeFriendly Working EnvironmentFree Enhanced DBS Check and uniformExcellent career development opportunitiesFull time and part time opportunitiesDiscounts and benefits suited to your lifestyleAs a Registered Nurse you will be:Leading a team of care staff to deliver exceptional careProducing well-developed care plans and detailed risk assessments, with an understanding of regulatory frameworksMaintain accurate documentation and resident records whilst incorporating the use of modern technologyOverseeing all aspects of medicine management on your shift in accordance with company policies and current legislationResponsible for making decisions in a timely mannerUtilising your clinical skills to provide guidance and support to all team membersMaking decisions and taking action in a timely mannerSupporting, guiding, teaching and mentoring others in line with the NMC Code, following its guidance at all ;To succeed you will be:A Registered Nurse with the ability to lead a team of care staffPassionate about delivering great care and supporting the residents and their familiesA team player who engages well with othersA sense of humour and positive outlookAble to communicate effectively at all levelsAble to demonstrate awareness and understanding of the CI/CQQ/RQIA National Care StandardsDemonstrate an understanding and application of relevant legislation in relation to the roleAble to deliver nursing care in a clinical environmentHave you got experience of working in the NHS, a Community Nurse, staff nurse or worked in vaccination centres are you looking for your next career opportunity then this opportunity will see you using all your clinical skills.
      • upminster, london
      • part-time
      • Barchester Healthcare
      ABOUT THE ROLEA Golden Hello is just one of the ways we’ll reward you when you join Barchester in this role.As a Care Assistant at a Barchester care home, you’ll help residents enjoy each day by making sure they get the quality care and support they deserve. You’ll assist with daily living, providing support and companionship – and sharing great moments and memories too. It’s a chance to bring your dedication and compassion to a fulfilling environment. Every day will be different, so you can expect to undertake work that’s as varied as it is rewarding. As a Care Assistant, you could be doing anything from supporting residents with their food and drink and following care plans to ensuring that each of our residents has one-to-one time. It’s an opportunity to put your skills to meaningful use and develop your career.ABOUT YOUYou’ll need to have empathy, a can-do approach and excellent communication skills to join us as a Care Assistant. If you have that, then you don’t need any specific care experience as we’ll provide all the training you need to thrive. Above all, you’ll have real compassion for all our residents in order to deliver the highest standard of care and support. REWARDS PACKAGEAs well as a competitive salary, Barchester offers one of the best rewards packages in the care sector. Your generous benefits would include:• A £500 Golden Hello*• Free learning and development• Automatic enrolment into our profit share scheme• A range of holiday, retail and leisure discounts• Unlimited access to our Refer a Friend bonus schemeIf you’d like to use your people skills in an organisation that provides the quality care you’d expect for your loved ones, this is a rewarding place to be.*Terms and conditions apply.
      • welling, london
      • HC-One - Priory Mews
      Priory Mews, Dartford DA2 6EG Please note that this role is for NIGHTS only Hourly rate is subject to experience and qualifications The care sector is such a rich and rewarding place to work. There is variety in your work and in the roles available – you don’t have to be a carer to make a meaningful difference in our care homes. We want the kindest and most resilient people to come and support our residents – no two days will be the same and you will receive the learning and development you need to thrive. As a Senior Care Assistant at HC One, Kindness will be at the core of everything you do. It touches upon every aspect of our Dementia, Nursing, Residential and Specialist care homes. Every single person who works here understands that our residents are people just like them with their own stories to tell. And, by joining us, you’ll have a wonderful opportunity to give something back to those people. For you, that will mean planning and implementing the kind of care that will give our residents a real sense of security, dignity and ;You will get to know our residents and their families – helping to ensure we deliver truly personalised care ;Leading a team of Care Assistants, you will be responsible for maintaining the highest standards of care and you’ll be a real influence on the rest of the team. Whether you are showing someone how to use a walking frame, helping someone at the end of their life to eat a meal or talking to a resident’s family on the phone, you’ll do so with a sense of kindness, above anything ;Assisting the Registered Nurse and Care Manager, you will be involved in providing essential physical and mental stimulation through a range of social and recreational activities, as well as administering medication One of your key responsibilities as Senior Care Assistant is to maintain accurate records of the job you do and build strong relationships with the rest of your team. Ideally, you’ll have an S/NVQ 2 or 3 Diploma in Health & Social Care, a background in person centered care planning and knowledge of caring for people with dementia. What’s essential, though, is your brilliant positive energy and natural ability to get along with people. You’ll know what good record keeping looks like and be able to manage your time effectively. And, whenever you communicate with a resident or co-worker, you’ll be truly considerate and kind. Well, after all, it’s just in your nature. Hourly rate is subject to experience and qualifications.We’ll provide full training, so it’s a great opportunity to learn something new. In return, you will enjoy access to a huge variety of benefits and services to support your physical and psychological well-being and throughout your career as a Senior Care Assistant we will invest in you and you will enjoy additional support and benefits including:Paid DBS/PVGFree uniformHomemade meal whilst on shiftCompany pension scheme28 days annual leave inclusive of bank holidaysGroup life assurance coverAward-winning learning and development and support to achieve qualifications.GP online - a service providing around the clock GP consultation via an interactive app - available to you and your children under 16An opportunity to learn from experienced colleagues as part of an outstanding and committed team.Colleague discounts – Access to over 1600 high street discounts including carefully selected discount partners.Wellbeing - free of charge access to an independent and confidential Employee Assistance Programme. This gives Colleagues and their family access to 24/7 365 support for a whole range of issues including physical, mental and financial issuesExcellent recognition schemes such as ‘Kindness in Care’ and Long Service AwardsRefer a Friend scheme (£250 per referral)We are committed to providing the quickest possible turnaround from the point of making you a job offer to you starting with us on day one.#HCOneJobs
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Hiring People
      Woman Outreach Worker, Nil Hours ContractSignHealth are a passionate and unique Deaf led charity, committed to creating a future where there are no barriers to good health and well-being for Deaf ;Do you have the ability to communicate in British Sign Language?Do you have knowledge of the deaf community and mental health issues?Do you have an NVQ Level 2 in Health and Social Care or the care certificate?Here at SignHealth we are currently recruiting for people to join our Bank team (Nil hours) in taking on the exciting challenge of providing high quality health and social care support to Deaf individuals, many of whom who have mental health conditions.The successful candidate will be a woman* and have a minimum of Level 2 British Sign Language.* The requirement for this role to be women-only is an Occupational Requirement to achieve a Legitimate Aim in the personal welfare or educational services field within the meaning of the Equality Act 2010.We are looking for independent, dynamic, compassionate and hardworking individuals who are able to support individuals who are living in our community to help them become as independent as possible.As an Outreach Worker you will undertake a range of tasks which include working closely with our clients developing supportive relationships, supporting clients in independent skills, emotional support, developing personalised plans and ensuring a professional service is maintained.You will liaise with statutory authorities to fully access new referrals and review, social workers and other professionals. The work you will carry out is interesting, challenging and rewarding.Due to the nature of this position you will need to have a minimum of level 2 British Sign Language, understand the importance of sensitive data and storing data in line with GDPR regulations, care regulations and the CQC.If you have knowledge of safeguarding, working with young people, adults at risk or adults in crisis under your belt this would be helpful too– but not ;Why choose SignHealth?BENEFITS!We will work alongside you during your career with SignHealth to maximise your full potential with Training and Development to help you become the best you!Working with your Line Manager you will receive an in-depth induction to give you great insight into our charity and what we do.Join our learning pathway with BSL, we offer paid Training and Development to further your BSL knowledge!Wellbeing is the heart of everything we do! It’s not just about our clients, it’s about you too.Being a SignHealth employee you will also receive:•Flexibility of working•Competitive rate of pay•Free of Charge DBS Certificate•A generous defined contribution pension scheme, we pay 6% after successfully passing probation•PAID Care Certificate•Eye Care VouchersWorking Hours:You will be expected to work a variety of different shifts which will also include, morning, afternoon, and evening and occasional night (nights depending on the needs of the clients) and weekends.As well as this you will be expected to work bank holidays.Closing Date: 23 June 2022Interview Date: 27 June 2022Let’s get you onboard to start your SignHealth Journey!If this sounds like a position you would be interested in, we would love to hear from you. Please attach your CV to the link provided and we will be in direct contact. We positively encourage applications from Deaf people and we will support all applicants along the journey of our recruitment process.For this post, the below checks will be carried out prior to employment:Enhanced DBS Checks, Satisfactory reference checks, receipt of employment references which cover the last 5 years and right to work checks.
      • hackney, london
      • full-time
      • Peabody
      Peabody are looking for a Support Worker to join their team on either a full or part time, permanent basis. In return for a competitive salary of £22,929 pro rata.About the Support Worker role:Our four Hackney medium support mental health services provide high quality support to people who have a history of mental illness. You will work to support them in a collaborative way around a variety of needs including promoting their recovery, independent life skills, training and education, maximising their income, substance use and move-on. You will be working on a rota basis covering a shift pattern from 8am to 8pm including some Saturdays. This will involve long day shifts as part of your hour weekly responsibilities and you will work across two of the four medium support services as part of your role.What will you be doing as our Support Worker:Carrying out needs and risk assessments, complete support plans, providing support, and carrying out reviews, in accordance with policies and procedures and the requirements of stakeholders and fundersWorking with our customers in a person centered, recovery focused and trauma informed wayPromoting the principles of co-production with our customersSupporting customers to maximise their income, access benefits, and budget to cover domestic bills and living expensesSupporting customers to sustain their housing, and identify and move onto housing that meets their needsAccurately inputting all client data onto an electronic monitoring system and ensuring records are maintained to evidence key performance targets, and comply with commissioner requirementsLiaising promptly with colleagues, partner agencies and other stakeholders regarding safeguarding, welfare and risk concerns in accordance with Peabody policyActively promoting the remit of the service to a range of customers and other professionals as ; Attend stakeholder and partnership events as requiredPrompting customers regarding medication and encouraging self-management of health and wellbeing.What we're looking for in our Support Worker:Effective Report writing and IT literacy including Word, Excel and data entry systemsPassionate about being able to make a real difference in peoples’ livesKnowledge of Health and Safety in a supported housing environmentExperience and knowledge of best practices in working with a mental health client group or vulnerable adults and promoting their recovery and independenceExperience in using support planning and risk assessment toolsClosing Date: 5pm, Tuesday 24th May 2022If you feel have the skills and experience to become our Support Worker, please click ‘apply’ now!At Peabody, where possible, we provide flexible working opportunities from day one to our employees, as we recognise the importance of a good work-life balance; and to improve our productivity and performance, we embrace agile working, which means if you are in a desk based role, that will be a hybrid of office and home working. If your role is in a client facing environment, an appropriate base location will apply.Our mission is to help people make the most of their lives and an important part of this is to ensure that our organisation reflects the wider communities we serve. We want to attract recruit and retain a diverse, inclusive and creative workforce to give us the best opportunity to meet the diverse needs of our residents and customers. We actively encourage applications from all groups and communities, as well as from BAME, LGBTQ+ and disabled people.
      • upminster, london
      • part-time
      • Barchester Healthcare
      ABOUT THE ROLEAs a Bank Care Assistant at a Barchester care home, you’ll help residents enjoy each day by making sure they get the quality care and support they deserve. You’ll assist with daily living, providing support and companionship – and sharing great moments and memories too. It’s a chance to bring your dedication and compassion to a fulfilling environment. Every day will be different, so you can expect to undertake work that’s as varied as it is rewarding. As a Bank Care Assistant, you could be doing anything from supporting residents with their food and drink and following care plans to ensuring that each of our residents has one-to-one time. It’s an opportunity to put your skills to meaningful use and develop your career.ABOUT YOUTo join us as a Bank Care Assistant you’ll need to have some experience of caring for older people, a can-do approach and excellent communication skills. Your empathy and warm-hearted approach will shine through, but above all, you’ll have the compassion needed to deliver the highest standard of care and support for all our residents. In return we'll provide all the training you need to thrive.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 people skills in an organisation that provides the quality care you’d expect for your loved ones, this is a rewarding place to be.
      • edmonton, 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
      • romford, london
      • HC-One - Chaseview (Essex)
      As a Trainee Nursing Assistant at HC-One, you will be a role model as you lead by example to embody the quality of supreme kindness in every aspect of your work in our Memory Care, Nursing, Residential and Specialist care homes. Everyone who works here understands that our Residents are people just like them with their own stories to tell. By joining HC-One you’ll have a wonderful opportunity to give something back to those people.For you, that will mean making sure our residents’ care planning arrangements are delivered impeccably. We want to offer our residents a sense of choice and independence and you’ll be the person to ensure we do. And, whether you’re taking up a nursing task delegated to you, reporting an accident or spending time with someone who’s demonstrating symptoms of dementia, you’ll always have Resident wellbeing in mind above anything else.Hourly rate is subject to experience and qualifications.Senior Care Assistants – have you wondered what your next career move is? Are you looking to develop your skills and knowledge? Would you like to earn more money?If so, HC-One has the perfect career opportunity for you.We have created a new Trainee Nursing Assistant role which is the very first of its kind! We have created an outstanding and refreshing development program that will upskill and train Senior Care Assistants undertake more responsibility and develop the skills needed to be a Nursing Assistant. This role will assist in tasks such as administering medicines, care of wounds, catheter care and other direct clinical tasks, under the supervision and guidance of the qualified nurse.What’s also great is you will get a salary increase once you have completed your program.This is what you need to qualify for the development program:S/NVQ Level III Health & Social Care (or working towards).Minimum 2 years’ experience in Health & Social Care where you have been a Senior Carer or a similar position with leadership responsibilities especially around administering medicines and leading a shift.Knowledge and understanding of the person centred care planning process and the relevant legislative and regulatory requirements.We’ll provide full training, so it’s a great opportunity to learn something new. In return, you will enjoy access to a huge variety of benefits and services to support your physical and psychological well-being and throughout your career as a Nursing Assistant we will invest in you and you will enjoy additional support and benefits including:Paid DBS/PVGFree uniformHomemade meal whilst on shiftCompany pension scheme28 days annual leave inclusive of bank holidaysGroup life assurance coverAward-winning learning and development and support to achieve qualifications.GP online - a service providing around the clock GP consultation via an interactive app - available to you and your children under 16An opportunity to learn from experienced colleagues as part of an outstanding and committed team.Colleague discounts – Access to over 1600 high street discounts including carefully selected discount partners.Wellbeing - free of charge access to an independent and confidential Employee Assistance Programme. This gives Colleagues and their family access to 24/7 365 support for a whole range of issues including physical, mental and financial issuesExcellent recognition schemes such as ‘Kindness in Care’ and Long Service AwardsRefer a Friend scheme (£250 per referral)We are committed to providing the quickest possible turnaround from the point of making you a job offer to you starting with us on day one.#HCOneJobs
      • edmonton, london
      • full-time
      • Four Seasons Health Care Group
      We are looking for Registered ; If you have a passion for enhancing the quality of life then working in our nursing home 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 Registered Nurse you will need to have a current NMC registration and a good knowledge of the most up-to-date clinical practices.We offer a great range of benefits, which includeWelcome Bonus of £1500 paid in two installments at 3 and 6 monthsRecommend a Nurse Scheme of £1000Competitive salaryGenerous holiday entitlementFree mealsOngoing personal development plan and career progressionCompany Pension SchemeFriendly Working EnvironmentFree Enhanced DBS Check and uniformExcellent career development opportunitiesFull time and part time opportunitiesDiscounts and benefits suited to your lifestyleAs a Registered Nurse you will be:Leading a team of care staff to deliver exceptional careProducing well-developed care plans and detailed risk assessments, with an understanding of regulatory frameworksMaintain accurate documentation and resident records whilst incorporating the use of modern technologyOverseeing all aspects of medicine management on your shift in accordance with company policies and current legislationResponsible for making decisions in a timely mannerUtilising your clinical skills to provide guidance and support to all team membersMaking decisions and taking action in a timely mannerSupporting, guiding, teaching and mentoring others in line with the NMC Code, following its guidance at all ;To succeed you will be:A Registered Nurse with the ability to lead a team of care staffPassionate about delivering great care and supporting the residents and their familiesA team player who engages well with othersA sense of humour and positive outlookAble to communicate effectively at all levelsAble to demonstrate awareness and understanding of the CI/CQQ/RQIA National Care StandardsDemonstrate an understanding and application of relevant legislation in relation to the roleAble to deliver nursing care in a clinical environmentHave you got experience of working in the NHS, a Community Nurse, staff nurse or worked in vaccination centres are you looking for your next career opportunity then this opportunity will see you using all your clinical skills.
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