Supervisory Recovery Assistant (30 hours)
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Closed for applications on 08/07/2020 12:00
£23,836 - £24,799 per annum pro rata
Social Care - Adult Service
Redcar and Cleveland
This is Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council. We are an ambitious council keen to build on our strong track record of innovation and partnership working, ensuring that we create a flourishing future for the borough and all of its residents. Key to this is a committed workforce who always gives their best. Offering a fast paced, progressive working environment, Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council is a great career move.
The Adults & Communities Directorate, consists of three strands, Adult Social Care, Community Development, and Public Health. Our aims are to continue to provide essential and highly valued services and to build capacity to enable local communities to make lasting change, improve quality of life, and prosperity. As a directorate we lead on developing a culture of co-operation and co production, respecting and nurturing the skills and talents of local people and enabling them to fulfil their potential.
An exciting opportunity has arisen to join the Recovery and Independence Team as a supervisory recovery assistant. The supervisory role duties include supervision of staff, undertaking initial visits, assessment, support plans and risk assessments of service users in their own homes, providing personal care support to service users, management and administration of medication, taking physiological measurements, dealing with incidents etc.
The Team provides a short term (for up to six weeks) reablement service to people in their own homes which enables people to regain as much independence as possible in skills for daily living ( personal care, meal prep, medication, mobility, use of equipment, accessing the community etc).
The team also provide a rapid response service to vulnerable adults in crisis.
This is a short term Care at Home service (up to seven days) to support hospital discharge and prevent admission to hospital or a care home.
The working pattern is a 2 week working pattern of Monday, Tuesday Friday week 1 and Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday week 2. The shifts are 8.5 hours each day apart from a Thurdsday which equates to 9 hours. This includes a 30 minute unpaid break.
The successful candidate will: hold a minimum of a level 3 Diploma in Health and Social Care or equivalent; hold the HSC level 3 Medication Unit or have a commitment to achieve the unit; numeracy and literacy level two or equivalent; clinical skills level 3 or a commitment to achieve the qualification, have experience of working in a care/health setting; have an understanding of the ethos of reablement, drive and have the use of a vehicle.
For further information contact Sue Spencer, Recovery & Independence Team Manager 01642 513681
The authority is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children/young people and vulnerable adults. All staff and volunteers must share this commitment and a Disclosure and Barring clearance will be sought.
The council holds ambassador status for the North East Better Health at Work Award.
We offer very attractive terms and conditions of employment, including generous annual leave entitlement, flexible working hours (where appropriate), membership of the Local Government Pension Scheme and access to numerous other salary sacrifice schemes and staff benefits/discounts, including a lease car scheme.
This job is closed for applications.