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Gowanlea

Care Assistant (Bank)

Christadelphian Care Homes are committed to providing a happy and homely atmosphere in which residents can lead fulfilling lives, participate in activities and maintain contact with their friends and family. A vacancy has have arisen at our Gowanlea home in Stirling for a (Bank) Care Assistant working both day and late shifts. In this role you will work on a flexibly covering shifts as required (Night shifts available) including a share of weekends. As a key member of the care team, you'll be expected to put residents first, always going the extra mile to make sure they receive care in a safe and dignified way. You'll lead by example, supporting and inspiring other team members to deliver individual care to each resident. Relationships are key and you’ll communicate not only with our residents and colleagues, but also with families and health care professionals as required. The role varies from housekeeping duties to having a friendly smile, a steadying hand, and a sharing cup of tea. As part of a close-knit, friendly team, you'll use your initiative and talent to contribute to the success of our home. We are looking for: An enthusiastic, ‘can do’ attitude. An ability to build good working relationships with residents, colleagues and other key people. A kind, compassionate approach and a desire to make a positive difference. We would prefer: SVQ Level 2 in Health and Social Relevant experience gained in a similar role.

Garswood

Home Manager

Garswood is a beautiful house set in spacious but secluded gardens in Birkdale, a popular, quiet suburb of Southport. It provides accommodation to 32 residents and employs approximately 70 colleagues. As Home Manager you will strive to ensure the delivery of quality, relationship-centred care, alongside leading and managing a team of dedicated staff across the Home. You will develop, inspire, motivate and nurture your team through great leadership. You will put into place effective strategies to establish an environment that is a home for people who need intervention and support to promote positive outcomes, whilst ensuring all company policies and procedures and legal requirements are adhered to. You will be accountable for: - Setting a clear vision and ensuring expectations are met in relation to the care provision - Financial control & performance - People management - Development and delivery of quality & safety through the governing bodies. To be successful in this role you'll need excellent leadership and management skills, with the ability to lead change and develop culture. A competence in maximising ‘business’ opportunities is essential, as is the ability to work successfully with a wide range of stakeholders. You will be able to develop and encourage new ways of working, whilst being innovative, inclusive and inspirational. Additionally you'll: - Engage with the brethren and sisters in the local ecclesias - Lead and manage people to meet set expectations - Exhibit excellent trust-based leadership skills - Posses the ability create and communicate a clear vision - Have strong interpersonal skills - Demonstrate the highest standards of integrity, honesty and accountability A working knowledge of the care sector in its broadest form would be desirable, as would a full UK driving licence.

Olivet

Home Manager

Olivet isn’t a home, it’s a community. With residential, nursing and dementia care in one location, Olivet accommodates nearly 100 residents, both within the Home and across the independent living flats. At Olivet we employ around 170 colleagues. As Home Manager you will strive to ensure the delivery of quality, relationship-centred care, alongside leading and managing a team of dedicated staff across the Home. You will develop, inspire, motivate and nurture your team through great leadership. You will put into place effective strategies to establish an environment that is a home for people who need intervention and support to promote positive outcomes, whilst ensuring all company policies and procedures and legal requirements are adhered to. You will be accountable for: - Setting a clear vision and ensuring expectations are met in relation to the care provision - Financial control & performance - People management - Development and delivery of quality & safety through the governing bodies. To be successful in this role you'll need excellent leadership and management skills, with the ability to lead change and develop culture. A competence in maximising ‘business’ opportunities is essential, as is the ability to work successfully with a wide range of stakeholders. You will be able to develop and encourage new ways of working, whilst being innovative, inclusive and inspirational. Additionally you'll: - Engage with the brethren and sisters in the local ecclesias - Lead and manage people to meet set expectations - Exhibit excellent trust-based leadership skills - Posses the ability create and communicate a clear vision - Have strong interpersonal skills - Demonstrate the highest standards of integrity, honesty and accountability. A working knowledge of the care sector in its broadest form would be desirable, as would a full UK driving licence.

Newton Court

Housekeeping Assistant

Christadelphian Care Homes exists mainly, although not exclusively, to care for members of the Christadelphian Faith. We operate a number of Care Homes and Sheltered Housing schemes throughout the UK and are able to deliver care tailored to individual needs from low support through to residential, nursing and specialised care, including dementia. Here at Christadelphian Care Homes we are committed to providing the highest quality individual care and support, a happy and enjoyable atmosphere ensuring that residents and staff are fully involved. As a Housekeeping/Domestic Assistant at Christadelphian Care Homes you’ll help to create a warm and homely environment that enables us to meet each resident’s needs. Keeping the home safe and clean is no small task, which is why you’ll play such an important role in the smooth running of the home. Some of your duties will include:  - Carrying out all cleaning duties as directed by the Team Leader  - Vacuuming, carpet shampooing and washing floor areas and stairs  - Cleaning toilets, baths and washbasins, providing adequate supplies of toilet rolls, soap and hand towels.  - Polishing and dusting all furniture and fittings.  - Cleaning windows, paintwork and walls.  - Removal of rubbish and clinical waste to storage area ready for collection by the appropriate agencies.  - Understand the cleaning requirements of different surfaces and coverings and the properties of cleaning materials to ensure that all areas are well presented and maintained in good condition.  - Develop and maintain positive relationships with all residents, family, visitors and colleagues. To join us as a Housekeeping/Domestic Assistant you'll need a caring nature, a personable approach and good practical skills as the role is very hands on. Just as importantly, you should be reliable and keen to use your attention to detail to make a positive difference. In return we'll provide all the training you need to thrive.

Olivet

Care Assistant - All Shifts Available

At Olivet, in Acocks Green, we are looking for Care Assistants to join our home, working flexibly across all shifts. As a key member of the care team, you’ll put residents first, always going the extra mile to make sure individuals receive high quality care in a safe and dignified way. You’ll lead by example, supporting and inspiring other team members to deliver the very best standards of care. Communication is key and you’ll liaise with various healthcare professionals to ensure residents get the medical care they need. As part of a close-knit, friendly team, you’ll use your initiative and talent to contribute to the success of the home. In return, we’ll help you build a successful career.To be successful in this role you’ll be dedicated and passionate about helping others, being enthusiastic, positive with a can-do attitude. Experience is preferable but not essential as it’s more about being a warm, friendly and compassionate person who’s as committed as we are.Additionally, you’ll have:– Excellent communication skills and a great team player– The ability to make responsible decisions that are always in the resident’s interest– Personable with the ability to build rapport with residents and other staff members alike.– An NVQ 2/3 in Health and Social Care is desirable but not essential, and you should be willing to get further training if needed.As well as a generous hourly rate, paid holiday and uniform, Christadelphian Care Homes will give you the necessary support to grow and further your career within the Care Sector.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, then we would like to hear from you.Flexible working requests will be considered, please talk to us about this and find out about what options we can offer.

Kingsleigh

Cook - Part Time

At our residential home in Kings Norton we have an opening for an experienced Cook. As part of our Kitchen team you’ll help prepare tasty, nutritious meals that our residents will enjoy. At main mealtimes, you’ll add those much-loved finishing touches and throughout the day you’ll ensure all kitchen equipment and areas are properly cleaned and maintained and all food is stored in a safe and hygienic way. - To be successful in this role you’ll have the following skills and experiences:  - A hard-working individual, ideally with experience of working in a busy kitchen ideally, with some experience in a care home setting.  - A good understanding of the importance of mealtimes are to older, vulnerable people.  - An excellent team player who takes pride in your job and is happy to go the extra mile.  - An understanding of food hygiene and health and safety rules. In return we offer competitive pay plus other additional benefits, Bank holiday and Weekend enhancements and relevant training in order to develop your skills and career with Christadelphian Care Homes. Flexible working arrangements are considered. Please talk to us about what options we can offer. 

Gowanlea

Care Assistant (Bank)

Christadelphian Care Homes are committed to providing a happy and homely atmosphere in which residents can lead fulfilling lives, participate in activities and maintain contact with their friends and family. A vacancy has have arisen at our Gowanlea home in Stirling for a (Bank) Care Assistant working both day and late shifts. In this role you will work on a flexibly covering shifts as required (Night shifts available) including a share of weekends. As a key member of the care team, you'll be expected to put residents first, always going the extra mile to make sure they receive care in a safe and dignified way. You'll lead by example, supporting and inspiring other team members to deliver individual care to each resident. Relationships are key and you’ll communicate not only with our residents and colleagues, but also with families and health care professionals as required. The role varies from housekeeping duties to having a friendly smile, a steadying hand, and a sharing cup of tea. As part of a close-knit, friendly team, you'll use your initiative and talent to contribute to the success of our home. We are looking for: An enthusiastic, ‘can do’ attitude. An ability to build good working relationships with residents, colleagues and other key people. A kind, compassionate approach and a desire to make a positive difference. We would prefer: SVQ Level 2 in Health and Social Relevant experience gained in a similar role.

Garswood

Home Manager

Garswood is a beautiful house set in spacious but secluded gardens in Birkdale, a popular, quiet suburb of Southport. It provides accommodation to 32 residents and employs approximately 70 colleagues. As Home Manager you will strive to ensure the delivery of quality, relationship-centred care, alongside leading and managing a team of dedicated staff across the Home. You will develop, inspire, motivate and nurture your team through great leadership. You will put into place effective strategies to establish an environment that is a home for people who need intervention and support to promote positive outcomes, whilst ensuring all company policies and procedures and legal requirements are adhered to. You will be accountable for: - Setting a clear vision and ensuring expectations are met in relation to the care provision - Financial control & performance - People management - Development and delivery of quality & safety through the governing bodies. To be successful in this role you'll need excellent leadership and management skills, with the ability to lead change and develop culture. A competence in maximising ‘business’ opportunities is essential, as is the ability to work successfully with a wide range of stakeholders. You will be able to develop and encourage new ways of working, whilst being innovative, inclusive and inspirational. Additionally you'll: - Engage with the brethren and sisters in the local ecclesias - Lead and manage people to meet set expectations - Exhibit excellent trust-based leadership skills - Posses the ability create and communicate a clear vision - Have strong interpersonal skills - Demonstrate the highest standards of integrity, honesty and accountability A working knowledge of the care sector in its broadest form would be desirable, as would a full UK driving licence.

Olivet

Home Manager

Olivet isn’t a home, it’s a community. With residential, nursing and dementia care in one location, Olivet accommodates nearly 100 residents, both within the Home and across the independent living flats. At Olivet we employ around 170 colleagues. As Home Manager you will strive to ensure the delivery of quality, relationship-centred care, alongside leading and managing a team of dedicated staff across the Home. You will develop, inspire, motivate and nurture your team through great leadership. You will put into place effective strategies to establish an environment that is a home for people who need intervention and support to promote positive outcomes, whilst ensuring all company policies and procedures and legal requirements are adhered to. You will be accountable for: - Setting a clear vision and ensuring expectations are met in relation to the care provision - Financial control & performance - People management - Development and delivery of quality & safety through the governing bodies. To be successful in this role you'll need excellent leadership and management skills, with the ability to lead change and develop culture. A competence in maximising ‘business’ opportunities is essential, as is the ability to work successfully with a wide range of stakeholders. You will be able to develop and encourage new ways of working, whilst being innovative, inclusive and inspirational. Additionally you'll: - Engage with the brethren and sisters in the local ecclesias - Lead and manage people to meet set expectations - Exhibit excellent trust-based leadership skills - Posses the ability create and communicate a clear vision - Have strong interpersonal skills - Demonstrate the highest standards of integrity, honesty and accountability. A working knowledge of the care sector in its broadest form would be desirable, as would a full UK driving licence.

Newton Court

Housekeeping Assistant

Christadelphian Care Homes exists mainly, although not exclusively, to care for members of the Christadelphian Faith. We operate a number of Care Homes and Sheltered Housing schemes throughout the UK and are able to deliver care tailored to individual needs from low support through to residential, nursing and specialised care, including dementia. Here at Christadelphian Care Homes we are committed to providing the highest quality individual care and support, a happy and enjoyable atmosphere ensuring that residents and staff are fully involved. As a Housekeeping/Domestic Assistant at Christadelphian Care Homes you’ll help to create a warm and homely environment that enables us to meet each resident’s needs. Keeping the home safe and clean is no small task, which is why you’ll play such an important role in the smooth running of the home. Some of your duties will include:  - Carrying out all cleaning duties as directed by the Team Leader  - Vacuuming, carpet shampooing and washing floor areas and stairs  - Cleaning toilets, baths and washbasins, providing adequate supplies of toilet rolls, soap and hand towels.  - Polishing and dusting all furniture and fittings.  - Cleaning windows, paintwork and walls.  - Removal of rubbish and clinical waste to storage area ready for collection by the appropriate agencies.  - Understand the cleaning requirements of different surfaces and coverings and the properties of cleaning materials to ensure that all areas are well presented and maintained in good condition.  - Develop and maintain positive relationships with all residents, family, visitors and colleagues. To join us as a Housekeeping/Domestic Assistant you'll need a caring nature, a personable approach and good practical skills as the role is very hands on. Just as importantly, you should be reliable and keen to use your attention to detail to make a positive difference. In return we'll provide all the training you need to thrive.

Olivet

Care Assistant - All Shifts Available

At Olivet, in Acocks Green, we are looking for Care Assistants to join our home, working flexibly across all shifts. As a key member of the care team, you’ll put residents first, always going the extra mile to make sure individuals receive high quality care in a safe and dignified way. You’ll lead by example, supporting and inspiring other team members to deliver the very best standards of care. Communication is key and you’ll liaise with various healthcare professionals to ensure residents get the medical care they need. As part of a close-knit, friendly team, you’ll use your initiative and talent to contribute to the success of the home. In return, we’ll help you build a successful career.To be successful in this role you’ll be dedicated and passionate about helping others, being enthusiastic, positive with a can-do attitude. Experience is preferable but not essential as it’s more about being a warm, friendly and compassionate person who’s as committed as we are.Additionally, you’ll have:– Excellent communication skills and a great team player– The ability to make responsible decisions that are always in the resident’s interest– Personable with the ability to build rapport with residents and other staff members alike.– An NVQ 2/3 in Health and Social Care is desirable but not essential, and you should be willing to get further training if needed.As well as a generous hourly rate, paid holiday and uniform, Christadelphian Care Homes will give you the necessary support to grow and further your career within the Care Sector.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, then we would like to hear from you.Flexible working requests will be considered, please talk to us about this and find out about what options we can offer.

Kingsleigh

Cook - Part Time

At our residential home in Kings Norton we have an opening for an experienced Cook. As part of our Kitchen team you’ll help prepare tasty, nutritious meals that our residents will enjoy. At main mealtimes, you’ll add those much-loved finishing touches and throughout the day you’ll ensure all kitchen equipment and areas are properly cleaned and maintained and all food is stored in a safe and hygienic way. - To be successful in this role you’ll have the following skills and experiences:  - A hard-working individual, ideally with experience of working in a busy kitchen ideally, with some experience in a care home setting.  - A good understanding of the importance of mealtimes are to older, vulnerable people.  - An excellent team player who takes pride in your job and is happy to go the extra mile.  - An understanding of food hygiene and health and safety rules. In return we offer competitive pay plus other additional benefits, Bank holiday and Weekend enhancements and relevant training in order to develop your skills and career with Christadelphian Care Homes. Flexible working arrangements are considered. Please talk to us about what options we can offer. 

Gowanlea

Care Assistant (Bank)

Christadelphian Care Homes are committed to providing a happy and homely atmosphere in which residents can lead fulfilling lives, participate in activities and maintain contact with their friends and family. A vacancy has have arisen at our Gowanlea home in Stirling for a (Bank) Care Assistant working both day and late shifts. In this role you will work on a flexibly covering shifts as required (Night shifts available) including a share of weekends. As a key member of the care team, you'll be expected to put residents first, always going the extra mile to make sure they receive care in a safe and dignified way. You'll lead by example, supporting and inspiring other team members to deliver individual care to each resident. Relationships are key and you’ll communicate not only with our residents and colleagues, but also with families and health care professionals as required. The role varies from housekeeping duties to having a friendly smile, a steadying hand, and a sharing cup of tea. As part of a close-knit, friendly team, you'll use your initiative and talent to contribute to the success of our home. We are looking for: An enthusiastic, ‘can do’ attitude. An ability to build good working relationships with residents, colleagues and other key people. A kind, compassionate approach and a desire to make a positive difference. We would prefer: SVQ Level 2 in Health and Social Relevant experience gained in a similar role.

Garswood

Home Manager

Garswood is a beautiful house set in spacious but secluded gardens in Birkdale, a popular, quiet suburb of Southport. It provides accommodation to 32 residents and employs approximately 70 colleagues. As Home Manager you will strive to ensure the delivery of quality, relationship-centred care, alongside leading and managing a team of dedicated staff across the Home. You will develop, inspire, motivate and nurture your team through great leadership. You will put into place effective strategies to establish an environment that is a home for people who need intervention and support to promote positive outcomes, whilst ensuring all company policies and procedures and legal requirements are adhered to. You will be accountable for: - Setting a clear vision and ensuring expectations are met in relation to the care provision - Financial control & performance - People management - Development and delivery of quality & safety through the governing bodies. To be successful in this role you'll need excellent leadership and management skills, with the ability to lead change and develop culture. A competence in maximising ‘business’ opportunities is essential, as is the ability to work successfully with a wide range of stakeholders. You will be able to develop and encourage new ways of working, whilst being innovative, inclusive and inspirational. Additionally you'll: - Engage with the brethren and sisters in the local ecclesias - Lead and manage people to meet set expectations - Exhibit excellent trust-based leadership skills - Posses the ability create and communicate a clear vision - Have strong interpersonal skills - Demonstrate the highest standards of integrity, honesty and accountability A working knowledge of the care sector in its broadest form would be desirable, as would a full UK driving licence.

Olivet

Home Manager

Olivet isn’t a home, it’s a community. With residential, nursing and dementia care in one location, Olivet accommodates nearly 100 residents, both within the Home and across the independent living flats. At Olivet we employ around 170 colleagues. As Home Manager you will strive to ensure the delivery of quality, relationship-centred care, alongside leading and managing a team of dedicated staff across the Home. You will develop, inspire, motivate and nurture your team through great leadership. You will put into place effective strategies to establish an environment that is a home for people who need intervention and support to promote positive outcomes, whilst ensuring all company policies and procedures and legal requirements are adhered to. You will be accountable for: - Setting a clear vision and ensuring expectations are met in relation to the care provision - Financial control & performance - People management - Development and delivery of quality & safety through the governing bodies. To be successful in this role you'll need excellent leadership and management skills, with the ability to lead change and develop culture. A competence in maximising ‘business’ opportunities is essential, as is the ability to work successfully with a wide range of stakeholders. You will be able to develop and encourage new ways of working, whilst being innovative, inclusive and inspirational. Additionally you'll: - Engage with the brethren and sisters in the local ecclesias - Lead and manage people to meet set expectations - Exhibit excellent trust-based leadership skills - Posses the ability create and communicate a clear vision - Have strong interpersonal skills - Demonstrate the highest standards of integrity, honesty and accountability. A working knowledge of the care sector in its broadest form would be desirable, as would a full UK driving licence.

Newton Court

Housekeeping Assistant

Christadelphian Care Homes exists mainly, although not exclusively, to care for members of the Christadelphian Faith. We operate a number of Care Homes and Sheltered Housing schemes throughout the UK and are able to deliver care tailored to individual needs from low support through to residential, nursing and specialised care, including dementia. Here at Christadelphian Care Homes we are committed to providing the highest quality individual care and support, a happy and enjoyable atmosphere ensuring that residents and staff are fully involved. As a Housekeeping/Domestic Assistant at Christadelphian Care Homes you’ll help to create a warm and homely environment that enables us to meet each resident’s needs. Keeping the home safe and clean is no small task, which is why you’ll play such an important role in the smooth running of the home. Some of your duties will include:  - Carrying out all cleaning duties as directed by the Team Leader  - Vacuuming, carpet shampooing and washing floor areas and stairs  - Cleaning toilets, baths and washbasins, providing adequate supplies of toilet rolls, soap and hand towels.  - Polishing and dusting all furniture and fittings.  - Cleaning windows, paintwork and walls.  - Removal of rubbish and clinical waste to storage area ready for collection by the appropriate agencies.  - Understand the cleaning requirements of different surfaces and coverings and the properties of cleaning materials to ensure that all areas are well presented and maintained in good condition.  - Develop and maintain positive relationships with all residents, family, visitors and colleagues. To join us as a Housekeeping/Domestic Assistant you'll need a caring nature, a personable approach and good practical skills as the role is very hands on. Just as importantly, you should be reliable and keen to use your attention to detail to make a positive difference. In return we'll provide all the training you need to thrive.

Olivet

Care Assistant - All Shifts Available

At Olivet, in Acocks Green, we are looking for Care Assistants to join our home, working flexibly across all shifts. As a key member of the care team, you’ll put residents first, always going the extra mile to make sure individuals receive high quality care in a safe and dignified way. You’ll lead by example, supporting and inspiring other team members to deliver the very best standards of care. Communication is key and you’ll liaise with various healthcare professionals to ensure residents get the medical care they need. As part of a close-knit, friendly team, you’ll use your initiative and talent to contribute to the success of the home. In return, we’ll help you build a successful career.To be successful in this role you’ll be dedicated and passionate about helping others, being enthusiastic, positive with a can-do attitude. Experience is preferable but not essential as it’s more about being a warm, friendly and compassionate person who’s as committed as we are.Additionally, you’ll have:– Excellent communication skills and a great team player– The ability to make responsible decisions that are always in the resident’s interest– Personable with the ability to build rapport with residents and other staff members alike.– An NVQ 2/3 in Health and Social Care is desirable but not essential, and you should be willing to get further training if needed.As well as a generous hourly rate, paid holiday and uniform, Christadelphian Care Homes will give you the necessary support to grow and further your career within the Care Sector.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, then we would like to hear from you.Flexible working requests will be considered, please talk to us about this and find out about what options we can offer.

Kingsleigh

Cook - Part Time

At our residential home in Kings Norton we have an opening for an experienced Cook. As part of our Kitchen team you’ll help prepare tasty, nutritious meals that our residents will enjoy. At main mealtimes, you’ll add those much-loved finishing touches and throughout the day you’ll ensure all kitchen equipment and areas are properly cleaned and maintained and all food is stored in a safe and hygienic way. - To be successful in this role you’ll have the following skills and experiences:  - A hard-working individual, ideally with experience of working in a busy kitchen ideally, with some experience in a care home setting.  - A good understanding of the importance of mealtimes are to older, vulnerable people.  - An excellent team player who takes pride in your job and is happy to go the extra mile.  - An understanding of food hygiene and health and safety rules. In return we offer competitive pay plus other additional benefits, Bank holiday and Weekend enhancements and relevant training in order to develop your skills and career with Christadelphian Care Homes. Flexible working arrangements are considered. Please talk to us about what options we can offer. 

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