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Health Care AssistantNorth London£9 an hour - Full-time, Part-time, Temporary, Permanent
To provide personal care and support to Clients with a wide range of needs, illnesses and disabilities
- To assist Clients with toileting, continence management and personal hygiene
- To assist Clients getting up in the morning and going to bed at night.
- To assist Clients with their medication at the agreed level of support and as detailed in their Medication Care Needs Assessment
- To maintain detailed accurate records in respect of care and medication support given and tasks undertaken
- To regularly read care and support plans, acknowledging changes
- To prepare food and drink for the Client, being aware of the Client’s choice, likes/dislikes, nutritional needs and cultural requirements
- To provide light general household domestic duties, including housework and laundry, as detailed in the care plan or instructed by Management
- To contact the office or Out of Hours Care Coordinator if running late
- To promptly report to the office or Out of Hours Care Coordinator any issues concerning the care, support, well being or behaviour of the Client and update records accordingly.
- To protect the confidentiality of all information relating to the Client and not divulge information to anyone who is not authorised to receive it.
- To observe all health & safety rules and take reasonable care to promote health and safety of self and others and raise any concerns to the Field Care Supervisor.
- Any other duties requested by Senior Management, which are within the scope of the post
Care SupervisorLondon N22£18,000 - £20,500 a year - Full-time, Permanent
JOB PURPOSE: To oversee / maintain the care of the Domiciliary Service’s Clients and
take responsibility for the day to day running of the Domiciliary Service.
Ensure all Staff Members contribute to the best of their ability to the efficient
running of the Domiciliary Service and to the creation of an atmosphere
conductive to the best interests of Clients.
Assess social and health care needs of new Clients, and maintain ongoing
assessment and review of all other Clients (in the absence of, or as requested
by, the Registered Manager).
Undertake direct domiciliary care as required. Assist Clients in all aspects of their
care needs, and provide supervision and attention where necessary.
Ensure to carry out monthly support call to assigned service users and update
Practice maximum integrity in all dealings with Clients’ personal and financial
affairs, and avoid abuse of the privileged relationship that exists with Clients.
Undertake initial risk assessments within Clients’ homes in line with the
Company’s Health & Safety policies and procedures as requested by the
Maintain an awareness of all routines related to the Domiciliary Service.
Arrange / participate in Staff and Client meetings, as and when required.
Liaise with senior Staff Members and Care Staff to ensure that the highest
standard of service is provided.
Human Resources (HR):
Adhere to, and implement, all HR policies & procedures.
In the absence of the Registered Manager, in conjunction with the Service
Manager endeavor to fill any Staff vacancy by advertising in the job centre or by
contacting the HR Department. Interview for new Staff Members as and when
required, in line with the Company’s Recruitment policy.
Maintain correct records of working hours of all Staff Members.
Ensure to carry out supervision, spot check and appraisals of assigned care
In the absence of the Registered Manager, monitor and control sickness absence
in line with Company policy (in conjunction with the Operations Manager, where
Ensure all Staff Members are aware of the Company’s Whistle blowing
In the absence of the Registered Manager, implement and manage the
Company’s Discipline and Dismissal policies and procedures, and Grievance
policies and procedures (in conjunction with the Service Manager, where
Carry out formal supervision / appraisal of Staff Members in line with Sterling
Standard policy, and with on-going informal assessment of the work of Staff
Members, to ensure consistently high standards.
Implement and initiate training for all Staff Members on the Company’s Equal
In the absence of the Administrator and Registered Manager, ensure continuity
of the Payroll.
Training & Development:
Supervise and instruct junior and new Staff Members in all aspects of their work,
giving help and guidance where appropriate and assisting in keeping records up
Assist the Registered Manager to develop training programs for Staff Members,
including mandatory training and QCF
Our four simple steps to become a Sterling professional carer.
- Complete our application form (here) and – if eligible (check eligibility requirements) – you will be invited for an interview.
- Meet us to discuss our goals and your expectations.
- Attend our induction and training sessions.
- Once passed you are good to go and see our clients.
Job eligibility requirements
- Pass a background check and provide at least 1 professional referrals and 1 personal recommendation.
- You must be eligible to work in the UK.
- Be compassionate, respectful, professional, punctual and reliable.
- Be willing to travel to our service users (driving your own car represents is preferable)
Have a minimum of a proven 6 months experience in the care sector.