Join our team and be part of something AMAZING!
One To One Homecare is very proud of our accomplishments and that’s all down to our amazing staff. Join our team and be part of something amazing and care for people who need professional care of the highest standards.
Our values relate to EIGHT key person centred values which we ask you to deliver whilst carrying out your duties:
Care Support Workers need to be:
- A team player
- Caring by nature
- Kind & sympathetic
- Honest & trustworthy
- A good listener who can keep a confidence
- Respectful of others
- A good timekeeper
- A permanent Rota
Although it may take a few weeks before this is established. We need to get to know you and to match your personality and skills to the appropriate Service Users. Once a Service User is allocated to you on a permanent basis you become an important part of the community care team. We try to make sure all our Service Users are allocated permanent care support workers to give them continuity of care – which is really important to them and us.
- Regular Support
Your main point of contact will be your Coordinators. They are members of the team whose job it is to match the right care support worker to the right Service User. They are there to offer you support and advice whenever you need it. You will also be allocated a training mentor who will conduct supervision / appraisal meetings and help you with your professional development. Your Branch Manager will always spare time for you.
- Advice outside working hours
Both branches are accessible out of hours for emergency calls where an experienced member of staff will be able to help you.
- Holiday and Sickness Pay
In the first year you are entitled to holiday pay according to how long in that year you have worked for us. After your first year you will be entitled to four weeks holiday a year. Sick pay is paid in accordance with statutory sick pay legislation.
You will undertake a 4-day Induction Course in which we will train you for all aspects of care work. Our Mandatory Training consists of Medication, Manual Handling, Safeguarding Adults, Dementia, Infection Control, Emergency Treatments and Food Safety and Hygiene. These will be refreshed on a yearly basis.
You will undertake training for the Care Act which is a 12 week course and you will be supported throughout this by your Training Advisor. This will form part of your Diploma in Health and Social Care.
You will also be encouraged to complete a Diploma in Health and Social Care through an outside training agency and you will be allocated a Assessor who will guide you through this.
We also do in-house training courses and welcome any input from our Care Support Workers on these.
Our company is looking for a professional, energetic, detail-oriented person to be a Care Support Worker.
A Care Support Worker enables each Service User to live a full and rewarding life within their own home/community.
The key objective of the role is to provide the level of support required by each individual service user to fill the gap between what they are personally able to do and what they actually need to be able to do to lead an independent life.
All job holders are required to work within the framework of the individual service users care plans and shared action plans to ensure that all Service Users needs are met.
Additionally, job holders are to assume overall responsibility for their well being and acting as a vital link between the service user and all the other component parts of their life.
Post Title: Care Support Worker
Accountable to: Care Co-Ordinator
Responsible To: Registered Branch Manager
Main Role Purpose: To provide care and support to individual Service Users by participating and contributing to their rehabilitation and independence. Performing a wide range of tasks suited to individual needs, enables them to remain in their homes for as long as possible.
To assist with-
- Toileting / Emptying Commode
- Assisting to Eat/Drink
- Personal Appearance
- Prompting to take Medication
- Supervise Medication
- Domestic tasks within the home
- Meal Preparation
- Collecting Prescriptions
Specific Responsibility: To know and work by One to One Homecare Ltd. Policy and Procedure. Work to ensure the Security of all our Service Users. To maintain Confidentiality at all times
The aim of One to One Homecare Ltd is to provide the highest possible level of Community Care while promoting a person’s right to Choice, Dignity, and Personal Independence.
We provide training for the role of Care Support Worker with a Four day induction.
This is not an exhaustive list of duties which may vary with individual Service Users.
Our company is looking for a professional, energetic, detail-oriented person to be a First Visit/Reviewing Officer.
We are recruiting for this post to work in primarily our Lowestoft Branch but also our Gorleston branch as required, you will need good communication and computer skills, have a background in the care industry.
Post Title: First Visit/Reviewing Officer
Accountable to: Registered Branch Manager
Main Role Purpose: You will be the one who meets our service users for the initial visit putting Support plans in place, carrying out reviews and monitoring care packages. You must have a clean driving license.
We offer full training with competitive rates of pay including mileage and holiday pay, the hours will be 25+ per week. For more details and an application pack please call 01502 585363.
Closing date: 29/6/2018