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Olivet

Senior Care Assistant

Christadelphian Care Homes exists mainly, although not exclusively, to care for members of the Christadelphian Faith. We operate several Care Homes throughout the UK and our aim is to enable our residents to lead fulfilling lives, individually tailored to each individual. We are currently looking to grow our already established and dedicated team of Senior Care Assistants at our home based in Acocks Green. We are passionate about providing excellent residential, nursing and dementia care to older people with varying levels of need. Working with us as a Senior Care Assistant, you will have the opportunity to be part of our residents’ lives, supporting and promoting independence in a loving and caring environment. Ideally you will do the following:  - Be able to engage and develop positive relationships with residents and colleagues  - Lead, inspire and develop a team of Care Assistants  - Be reliable friendly and caring to help our residents achieve their everyday goals (including personal care)  - Be able to support in house activities  - Engage with residents and their families to continuously develop care plans  - Be resilient, attentive and ensure our residents are treated with the dignity and care they deserve  - Liaise with Health Professionals when required  - Hold a Level 3 or above in Health and Social Care GNVQ or equivalent In return you can expect:  - A rewarding job, full of variety and opportunity  - Ongoing training to help you achieve more  - Support of an experienced and friendly team of colleagues  - An excellent hourly rate, with weekend/bank holiday enhancements, a generous holiday allowance and opportunity for overtime.This role is subject to an enhanced DBS disclosure.

Fair Haven

Responsible Care Assistant (Nights)

Are you an experienced Care Assistant looking to take the next step in your Care Career? We have a fantastic opportunity to develop your career in a senior care role. As a Responsible Carer for Christadelphian Care Homes you will work alongside a team of Care Assistants to deliver exceptional care in a dignified and individualised way, placing the residents' need at the centre of all your actions. You’ll work with the Senior Care Assistants and Management Team to set the standard of care throughout the Home, being an example to all your colleagues. Where required you'll organise the Care staff to ensure the smooth running of the shift. Additionally, you’ll have responsibility for: Supporting with the induction and training of new and junior care staff To provide support and reassurance for all care staff, answering queries and problem solving where appropriate Undertake audits where required Confidently handle and accurately dispense medication Maintaining and updating Care Plans Deliver exceptional and appropriate care To be successful in this role you’ll have previous experience of working as a Care Assistant and the desire to progress within the care sector. You’ll be confident in understanding the needs of older people and have full awareness of health and safety, privacy and dignity relating to carrying out personal care. You’ll be a great team player, communicator, exhibiting professionalism and respect at all times. You’ll take ownership of tasks assigned to you and be a role model to your colleagues. 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 what options are available.This role is subject to a satisfactory Enhanced DBS disclousre

Eden House

Care 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 are fully involved. Our aim is to enable our residents to lead fulfilling lives and participate in regular activities, individually tailored to residents’ wishes. At our site in Coventry we are looking for Care Assistants to join our home, working flexibly across both day and late 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. Please talk to us about flexible working requests to find out more about what we can offer. This role is subject to an enhanced DBS disclosure

Eden House

Care Home Host

Christadelphian Care Homes operate a number of Care Homes and Sheltered Housing schemes throughout the UK. We have a unique opportunity for a Host to join us at Eden House in Coventry.At Eden House the person comes first; recognition, respect, trust, honouring the relationships, choices & preferences of the person, align with our values and can be understood in the simple phrase ‘relationship-centred care’. It is within relationships, that we recognise holistically the richness of life, understand and value character, preference, and motivation, and it is in a relationship that we are able to foster respect, trust and empathy. Central to our ability to foster relationships is an understanding and outworking of ‘empathy’. Empathy is the ability to ‘walk in the shoes of another’, the capacity to both imagine and understand what another person may be experiencing.As a ‘host’, you will need to nurture all four categories of empathy: cognitive, affective, emotional, and somatic, if you wish to form relationships. Cognitive empathy is the ability to understand an individual’s point of view, whilst affective empathy is the ability to understand how an individual may be feeling and to respond appropriately. With emotional empathy, you not only understand how the individual feels, but you feel the same emotion – distress as someone’s pain, or happiness at their joy. Somatic empathy is when we ‘physically’ feel what the individual may be feeling – the physical pain of grief, vulnerability, isolation, or loneliness for example.In the role of a ‘host’, we must treat each person with respect and must promote their sense of agency by a strengths-based approach. The focus is on enabling abilities and opportunity rather than on limiting the consequences of physical, emotional, or mental impairment.A ‘host’ will support residents to be actively involved in the day to day tasks of creating a “home” within the care home environment, by enabling participation in decision making; facilitating meaningful activities by considering the perspective of the person; identifying their needs, and supporting individualised care; by assessing risks and optimising autonomy; by prioritising relationships above the task; accepting proportionate ‘risk’ as a benefit to wellbeing and above all by ‘walking in their shoes’.This role is still in its infancy and we are looking for the right people to help us shape the role and to make a positive difference in the lives of our residents, each day and every day.To be successful in this role you’ll be empathetic, compassionate, centred, innovative, creative and adaptable.Experience is not essential, but a genuine passion for people and being excited by the above is!

Olivet

Senior Care Assistant

Christadelphian Care Homes exists mainly, although not exclusively, to care for members of the Christadelphian Faith. We operate several Care Homes throughout the UK and our aim is to enable our residents to lead fulfilling lives, individually tailored to each individual. We are currently looking to grow our already established and dedicated team of Senior Care Assistants at our home based in Acocks Green. We are passionate about providing excellent residential, nursing and dementia care to older people with varying levels of need. Working with us as a Senior Care Assistant, you will have the opportunity to be part of our residents’ lives, supporting and promoting independence in a loving and caring environment. Ideally you will do the following:  - Be able to engage and develop positive relationships with residents and colleagues  - Lead, inspire and develop a team of Care Assistants  - Be reliable friendly and caring to help our residents achieve their everyday goals (including personal care)  - Be able to support in house activities  - Engage with residents and their families to continuously develop care plans  - Be resilient, attentive and ensure our residents are treated with the dignity and care they deserve  - Liaise with Health Professionals when required  - Hold a Level 3 or above in Health and Social Care GNVQ or equivalent In return you can expect:  - A rewarding job, full of variety and opportunity  - Ongoing training to help you achieve more  - Support of an experienced and friendly team of colleagues  - An excellent hourly rate, with weekend/bank holiday enhancements, a generous holiday allowance and opportunity for overtime.This role is subject to an enhanced DBS disclosure.

Fair Haven

Responsible Care Assistant (Nights)

Are you an experienced Care Assistant looking to take the next step in your Care Career? We have a fantastic opportunity to develop your career in a senior care role. As a Responsible Carer for Christadelphian Care Homes you will work alongside a team of Care Assistants to deliver exceptional care in a dignified and individualised way, placing the residents' need at the centre of all your actions. You’ll work with the Senior Care Assistants and Management Team to set the standard of care throughout the Home, being an example to all your colleagues. Where required you'll organise the Care staff to ensure the smooth running of the shift. Additionally, you’ll have responsibility for: Supporting with the induction and training of new and junior care staff To provide support and reassurance for all care staff, answering queries and problem solving where appropriate Undertake audits where required Confidently handle and accurately dispense medication Maintaining and updating Care Plans Deliver exceptional and appropriate care To be successful in this role you’ll have previous experience of working as a Care Assistant and the desire to progress within the care sector. You’ll be confident in understanding the needs of older people and have full awareness of health and safety, privacy and dignity relating to carrying out personal care. You’ll be a great team player, communicator, exhibiting professionalism and respect at all times. You’ll take ownership of tasks assigned to you and be a role model to your colleagues. 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 what options are available.This role is subject to a satisfactory Enhanced DBS disclousre

Eden House

Care 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 are fully involved. Our aim is to enable our residents to lead fulfilling lives and participate in regular activities, individually tailored to residents’ wishes. At our site in Coventry we are looking for Care Assistants to join our home, working flexibly across both day and late 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. Please talk to us about flexible working requests to find out more about what we can offer. This role is subject to an enhanced DBS disclosure

Eden House

Care Home Host

Christadelphian Care Homes operate a number of Care Homes and Sheltered Housing schemes throughout the UK. We have a unique opportunity for a Host to join us at Eden House in Coventry.At Eden House the person comes first; recognition, respect, trust, honouring the relationships, choices & preferences of the person, align with our values and can be understood in the simple phrase ‘relationship-centred care’. It is within relationships, that we recognise holistically the richness of life, understand and value character, preference, and motivation, and it is in a relationship that we are able to foster respect, trust and empathy. Central to our ability to foster relationships is an understanding and outworking of ‘empathy’. Empathy is the ability to ‘walk in the shoes of another’, the capacity to both imagine and understand what another person may be experiencing.As a ‘host’, you will need to nurture all four categories of empathy: cognitive, affective, emotional, and somatic, if you wish to form relationships. Cognitive empathy is the ability to understand an individual’s point of view, whilst affective empathy is the ability to understand how an individual may be feeling and to respond appropriately. With emotional empathy, you not only understand how the individual feels, but you feel the same emotion – distress as someone’s pain, or happiness at their joy. Somatic empathy is when we ‘physically’ feel what the individual may be feeling – the physical pain of grief, vulnerability, isolation, or loneliness for example.In the role of a ‘host’, we must treat each person with respect and must promote their sense of agency by a strengths-based approach. The focus is on enabling abilities and opportunity rather than on limiting the consequences of physical, emotional, or mental impairment.A ‘host’ will support residents to be actively involved in the day to day tasks of creating a “home” within the care home environment, by enabling participation in decision making; facilitating meaningful activities by considering the perspective of the person; identifying their needs, and supporting individualised care; by assessing risks and optimising autonomy; by prioritising relationships above the task; accepting proportionate ‘risk’ as a benefit to wellbeing and above all by ‘walking in their shoes’.This role is still in its infancy and we are looking for the right people to help us shape the role and to make a positive difference in the lives of our residents, each day and every day.To be successful in this role you’ll be empathetic, compassionate, centred, innovative, creative and adaptable.Experience is not essential, but a genuine passion for people and being excited by the above is!

Olivet

Senior Care Assistant

Christadelphian Care Homes exists mainly, although not exclusively, to care for members of the Christadelphian Faith. We operate several Care Homes throughout the UK and our aim is to enable our residents to lead fulfilling lives, individually tailored to each individual. We are currently looking to grow our already established and dedicated team of Senior Care Assistants at our home based in Acocks Green. We are passionate about providing excellent residential, nursing and dementia care to older people with varying levels of need. Working with us as a Senior Care Assistant, you will have the opportunity to be part of our residents’ lives, supporting and promoting independence in a loving and caring environment. Ideally you will do the following:  - Be able to engage and develop positive relationships with residents and colleagues  - Lead, inspire and develop a team of Care Assistants  - Be reliable friendly and caring to help our residents achieve their everyday goals (including personal care)  - Be able to support in house activities  - Engage with residents and their families to continuously develop care plans  - Be resilient, attentive and ensure our residents are treated with the dignity and care they deserve  - Liaise with Health Professionals when required  - Hold a Level 3 or above in Health and Social Care GNVQ or equivalent In return you can expect:  - A rewarding job, full of variety and opportunity  - Ongoing training to help you achieve more  - Support of an experienced and friendly team of colleagues  - An excellent hourly rate, with weekend/bank holiday enhancements, a generous holiday allowance and opportunity for overtime.This role is subject to an enhanced DBS disclosure.

Fair Haven

Responsible Care Assistant (Nights)

Are you an experienced Care Assistant looking to take the next step in your Care Career? We have a fantastic opportunity to develop your career in a senior care role. As a Responsible Carer for Christadelphian Care Homes you will work alongside a team of Care Assistants to deliver exceptional care in a dignified and individualised way, placing the residents' need at the centre of all your actions. You’ll work with the Senior Care Assistants and Management Team to set the standard of care throughout the Home, being an example to all your colleagues. Where required you'll organise the Care staff to ensure the smooth running of the shift. Additionally, you’ll have responsibility for: Supporting with the induction and training of new and junior care staff To provide support and reassurance for all care staff, answering queries and problem solving where appropriate Undertake audits where required Confidently handle and accurately dispense medication Maintaining and updating Care Plans Deliver exceptional and appropriate care To be successful in this role you’ll have previous experience of working as a Care Assistant and the desire to progress within the care sector. You’ll be confident in understanding the needs of older people and have full awareness of health and safety, privacy and dignity relating to carrying out personal care. You’ll be a great team player, communicator, exhibiting professionalism and respect at all times. You’ll take ownership of tasks assigned to you and be a role model to your colleagues. 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 what options are available.This role is subject to a satisfactory Enhanced DBS disclousre

Eden House

Care 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 are fully involved. Our aim is to enable our residents to lead fulfilling lives and participate in regular activities, individually tailored to residents’ wishes. At our site in Coventry we are looking for Care Assistants to join our home, working flexibly across both day and late 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. Please talk to us about flexible working requests to find out more about what we can offer. This role is subject to an enhanced DBS disclosure

Eden House

Care Home Host

Christadelphian Care Homes operate a number of Care Homes and Sheltered Housing schemes throughout the UK. We have a unique opportunity for a Host to join us at Eden House in Coventry.At Eden House the person comes first; recognition, respect, trust, honouring the relationships, choices & preferences of the person, align with our values and can be understood in the simple phrase ‘relationship-centred care’. It is within relationships, that we recognise holistically the richness of life, understand and value character, preference, and motivation, and it is in a relationship that we are able to foster respect, trust and empathy. Central to our ability to foster relationships is an understanding and outworking of ‘empathy’. Empathy is the ability to ‘walk in the shoes of another’, the capacity to both imagine and understand what another person may be experiencing.As a ‘host’, you will need to nurture all four categories of empathy: cognitive, affective, emotional, and somatic, if you wish to form relationships. Cognitive empathy is the ability to understand an individual’s point of view, whilst affective empathy is the ability to understand how an individual may be feeling and to respond appropriately. With emotional empathy, you not only understand how the individual feels, but you feel the same emotion – distress as someone’s pain, or happiness at their joy. Somatic empathy is when we ‘physically’ feel what the individual may be feeling – the physical pain of grief, vulnerability, isolation, or loneliness for example.In the role of a ‘host’, we must treat each person with respect and must promote their sense of agency by a strengths-based approach. The focus is on enabling abilities and opportunity rather than on limiting the consequences of physical, emotional, or mental impairment.A ‘host’ will support residents to be actively involved in the day to day tasks of creating a “home” within the care home environment, by enabling participation in decision making; facilitating meaningful activities by considering the perspective of the person; identifying their needs, and supporting individualised care; by assessing risks and optimising autonomy; by prioritising relationships above the task; accepting proportionate ‘risk’ as a benefit to wellbeing and above all by ‘walking in their shoes’.This role is still in its infancy and we are looking for the right people to help us shape the role and to make a positive difference in the lives of our residents, each day and every day.To be successful in this role you’ll be empathetic, compassionate, centred, innovative, creative and adaptable.Experience is not essential, but a genuine passion for people and being excited by the above is!

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If you are interested in living in a Christadelphian Care Home or sheltered apartment, or you think one of our locations would be ideal for your loved one, either as a permanent resident or for respite, please click below to enquire about availability.

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