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Shift Leader (acting as and when required)
Positive living and learning for people with epilepsy and other complex needs
Current vacancies at St Elizabeth's
Shift Leader (acting as and when required)
Ref:
373
Salary
£9.874 per hour
Department:
Adult Services
Job Type
Care / Support Worker
Contract type:
Temporary
Date of Publication:
Closing Date:

Applications are restricted to current staff working as Care Support Workers (all houses)

 

ACTING UP SHIFT LEADER (Adult residential service)

Salary based on scale point 19 (£9.874 per hour)

Are you a highly motivated staff member who is interested in developing their career at St Elizabeth’s?  If so, we need you…

We are looking to recruit Care & Support Workers to act up into the role of Shift Leader.  Our aim is that between the teams, every shift has a person at senior level, to lead each team on occasions when there are shifts not covered.  We would like to give care staff the opportunity to act up, and get paid as Shift Leader for that shift. 

This is a great opportunity to support the team to achieve and maintain a quality service which complies fully with the National Care Standards.

The successful candidates will ideally have a level 2 NVQ/QCF in Care (Adults), or must be working towards this qualification.  It is essential that you are trained and competent in Medication, have a good understanding of the importance of working to Individual Care Plans and standards of quality and safety; have good verbal and written communication skills with the ability to motivate and organise a team and a desire to enhance and maintain high standards of care.

Closing date: 16 September 2019             Interviews: TBA

For further details please see Job Description and Person Specification

To apply, please forward letters of interest to Human Resources

St Elizabeth’s is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all children and adults who use our services and expects all staff to share this commitment.

Registered Charity No. 1176777  

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