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37 Hours per weekBridgend County Borough Council is seeking a motivated individual who has a passion for ensuring vulnerable learners educational needs are being met. An exciting opportunity has arisen to be a part of a team that promotes the needs of vulnerable learners in accessing good quality education that meets their needs.Your experience as a professional involved in education, social care or the voluntary sector over a number of years will allow you to work closely with a variety of staff across education and social care to improve outcomes for those children who have been identified as being vulnerable in education. This group of learners includes but is not exclusive to those children who are supported by the Youth Justice Service, children with English as an additional language, Gypsie Traveller Families, children who are looked after, those who have been elected to be home educated, children deemed to be at risk of significant harm.This is an opportunity to develop your skills in working with vulnerable learners. If you have the necessary professional knowledge supported by experience, we look forward to hearing from you. In return, we can offer an opportunity for you to make your mark and implement change in a supportive environment.Protecting children, young people or adults at risk is a core responsibility of all council employees.Applicants should note that a criminal records check by the Disclosure & Barring Service (DBS) will be necessary for the successful applicant.Closing Date: Wednesday 2 December 2020Click here for the Job Description & Person SpecificationTo apply for this job click ‘Apply Online’

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Due to Continuous Expansion we are Recruiting for Full-Time & Part-Time Support Workers for Day Shifts.Location: Dolgellau, Near BarmouthContract: Permanent, Full-Time (42 hrs a Week), Part-Time. Closing Date: 15/12/20We would love to hear from anyone who feels they have something to offer in the Social Care Sector. Experience is Not Essential as Full Training will be Provided.What You Can Expect From Us:• Salary: £19,262.88 – £20,245.68 per Annum (Dependent on Qualifications).• QCF Enhancement Paid up to and including Level 5 (When QCF Levels are Attained or if Already Qualified)• Paid QCF Training (QCF Level 2 must be completed within 18 months of SCW Registration). • Monthly Rotas• Every Other Weekend Off• Paid Overtime • Paid Annual Leave• Company Pension• Paid SCW Registration• Individual Employee Personal Development Plan• Paid in House Induction & Training• DBS Fee Paid• Recommend a Friend Scheme• Reward and Recognition• Long Service RewardsThe Treherne Care Group is a forward thinking, Privately Owned Social Care Provider Delivering Quality, Tailored Care and Support for Adults who have a Learning Disability, Mental Disorder, Acquired Brain Injury, Autistic Spectrum Disorder and associated Complex Needs. We Provide 24 Hour Domiciliary Care/Supported Living Provision and Fully Residential Care.We have a number of Established Local Residences, each with their own staff teams. Every Residence provides an atmosphere where each individual feels at Home, within their own cottage. We encourage a feeling of Community within each unit. All our units are set within the beautiful Snowdonia National Park within the Meirionnydd area of Gwynedd.We Value our Employees and encourage them to regard Caring as a Profession. We actively Assist All Our Employees to Grow with Us and Attain the Professional Qualifications. Providing them with the Experience and Skills that can further their Career within the Organisation and throughout the Care Sector.We have Continued to Attain the Standard Investors in People Award in 2018. This is in recognition of Our Continued Commitment to Personal Development. We are Proud to have Received Positive Care Inspectorate Wales Reports.What We Expect From You:• All unqualified staff will complete the SCW Principles & Values Award within six months of their start date. • For those who have already worked in the care sector SCW Registration and a Level 2 Diploma in Health and Social Care Adults (Wales & N. Ireland) are desirable for this position.• A Positive Commitment to enable our Service Users to live Fulfilled and Independent Lives. • A Flexible Approach to working Shifts and a Commitment to provide input to the evolving Service Delivery.• A commitment to completing a QCF Level 2 in Social Care within 18 months of Registration with SCW.• A Full UK Driving License will be advantageous. For an Application Pack and Further Information. Please Contact Dawn Axworthy or Tina Osborne by Telephone on: 01341 424650 or by Email: Dawna@trehernecaregroup.com or Tinao@trehernecaregroup.com or please visit our Website www.trehernecaregroup.co.uk

Registered Nurse

“Are you looking for a new challenge to increase your knowledge and experience in Health & Social Care?”

“Do you think you have what it takes to support/guide a team of Senior & Clinical Care Practitioners?”

“Are you registered with the NMC?”

If yes to all of the above, a Registered Nurse vacancy has become available at Pendine Park Care Organisation, which is offering an exciting opportunity for you to join the team!

Purpose of the Role- To ensure at all times the highest standards of care are delivered to residents whilst working within the Organisations policies and procedures.

Ensure all working practices are evidenced based and reflect sound and accepted research.

Work with the Manager, and other trained nurses in assessing, planning, implementing and evaluating quality nursing care.

· To treat all residents, their families and friends and other members of staff with dignity, respect and understanding. To at all times promote a harmonious and happy atmosphere and recognise the importance of communication within the organisation

· To adhere to all policies and procedures both internal and external, including Health and Safety, ISO, COSHH, Infection Control, Health and Hygiene, C.I.W and N.M.C.

· Ensure your practice is founded within research and address your clinical governance requirements through CPD

· To be environmentally aware by using all resources efficiently and working machines and equipment correctly and ensuring they are properly maintained and to ensure that members of the care staff do the same

· To develop and maintain an effective team approach with all RNs, Care and ancillary staff

· To play a full and active role within the Clinical Team and be committed to teaching and facilitating learning of care staff and colleagues

· To advise, mentor and support all members of the care staff

· To act as Named Nurse and provide a holistic approach to the resident’s care

· To write and implement care plans following assessment which is robust and accurately reflects the needs of the resident and are reviewed with relatives

· To continuously review and update all care Plans

· To take enquiries and ensure the Deputy Manager/Registered Manager is informed

· To participate in all clinical training aspects of the home

· To liaise with Social Workers and other Nurses regarding care reviews

· To attend to all customers to the home – relatives, friends, visitors, GPs, Religious Persons, Care Managers/Social Workers, Suppliers, Counsellors and colleagues and to treat them with the same high standards our residents receive

· To attend all relevant meetings

· To be fully conversant and abide by the NMC Codes of Conduct at all times.

Would you like a salaried position in the care sector?

Based from our Cwmbran Branch, the main responsibilities of the role include:

To schedule and allocate work to a team of Care Workers on a daily/weekly basis
To provide supervision, support and mentoring to Care Workers and Field Supervisors.
To liaise with Social Services and all other social and health care professionals involved in the care of Service Users
To participate in the out of hours ‘on-call’ service
To perform the duties of a Care Worker where required
To take part in the recruitment and selection of staff
To participate in Service User review meetings as required

Essential Attributes:

Experience of providing care and support services for vulnerable adults
Level 2 in Health and Social Care ideally working towards Level 3.
Rostering experience desirable
Committed to setting and maintaining high standards in every area of work
Calm, confident, motivated and flexible
Full driving licence and own vehicle is essential

Salary & Benefits

4 weeks holiday plus statutory days
Nest Pension
Salaried position
Ongoing training and support
Progression Opportunities

Radis Community Care is a well-established and successful family run care company which has been delivering high quality care and support across England and Wales from over 40 Branches and Extra Care Homes since 2001.

Radis is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all sections of the community

We have an exciting opportunity for individuals who are enthusiastic in wishing to work with adults over the age of 18, who may have a physical disability, chronic illness, learning disability or mental health condition. Our Care and Support Teams have full time positions available across Rhondda Cynon Taf in the following teams:

West 1 Care and Support Team – managed by Julie Parry

East 1 Care and Support Team – managed by Karl Thomas

East 2 Care and Support Team – managed by Helen Hopkins

The successful candidates will need to have good verbal and written skills and have basic computer knowledge. You will need to be organised, self-motivated and able to prioritise competing job demands as well as being creative and have a strong belief in empowering adults towards independence.

This role will involve active intervention on complex cases. You will need to work with individuals and families through change. The work has an emphasis on multi-agency working and you will work closely with colleagues from differing professions such as health, the police and housing. You will be expected to understand and work within Safeguarding policies and the Mental Capacity Act 2005. An understanding of Continuing Health Care and Care and Treatment planning under the Mental Health Measure (Wales) 2010 would be helpful. We work to a preventative, strength based model under the principles of the Social Services and Wellbeing Act 2014.

Make a difference every day – Become a care assistant. Nothing compares to the feeling that comes from knowing that you’ve brightened up someone’s day – especially when that someone is a vulnerable adult. Abacare are on the hunt for warm and kind people like you to join our amazing team of part and full time care assistants in CF46, CF47, CF48, CF81, CF82, CF83The fact that you’re thinking about becoming a care assistant makes you part of a special group of people – the most compassionate and interesting people we know. There are many reasons why people become care assistants, but the main motivation is the chance to make a difference.And that’s just what you’ll be doing when you work with us. You’ll become part of our incredible team, helping us deliver emotional and practical care to vulnerable adults and transforming their lives on a daily basis. In return, we’ll support you every step of the way, providing training as well as the opportunity to progress your career. The hours are flexible, which means you’re able to fit the role in around other commitments including childcare or studying. Bear in mind that you’ll be working on a rota basis, which may include early starts, late finishes and some weekend working.You don’t need previous experience to become a care assistant, as we provide full training.We’d love to hear from you if you’re:
• Caring, compassionate and a good listener• An energetic, happy person who enjoys forming relationships with all sorts of people• Happy to offer support with a range of tasks, including personal care, preparing meals, administering medicine, shopping and light household duties• Able to access a vehicle (or – depending on where you’re based – willing to use public transport to travel between homes)
And what are the benefits of working with Abacare?
• Competitive hourly rates from £8.75 and 28 days’ annual leave (pro rata)*• Flexible hours to fit around your other commitments• Comprehensive training and ongoing support – We’re with you every step of the way• The opportunity to progress your career with a fully-funded diploma QCF in social care*• An excellent benefits package encompassing exclusive discounts to hundreds of UK retailers, including Tesco, Marks & Spencer and Pizza Express• Employee referral bonus programmes of up to £200*• Auto-enrolment pension scheme*• Do something incredible. Transform lives. Become a care assistant at Abacare.• All suitable candidates are required to undergo an enhanced level criminal record disclosure.
Abacare is an equal opportunities employer.* Terms and conditions apply.Aberbargoed, Bargoed, Pengam, Pendpedairheol, Gelligaer, Marham, Blackwood, Cefn Forest, Newbridge, Abercarn, Risca, Caerphilly, Ystrad Mynach, Hengoed, Llandbradach, Abertidwr, Bedwas, Abertillery, Cwmtillery, Six Bells, Swffryd, Llanhilleth, Blaina, Nantyglo, Brynmawr, Baufort, Ebbw Vale, Cwm, Hill Top, Rassau, Tredagar, Dowlais, Gellideg, Pant, Pentrebach, Troedyrhiw, Treharris, Trelewis, Merthyr Vale, Bedlinog, Quakers Yard, Aberfan, Gurnos Estate, Galon Uchaf, Penydarren, Heolgerrig, Abercanaid, Twyn, Penyard, Town Centre, Swansea Road, Castell Park, Pontsticill, Pontsarn, Brecon Road, Cefn Coed, Trefechan, Ynysfach

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Registered Mental Health Nurse or equivalent social care qualification (Band 6) to work as part of our dedicated team within the Older Persons Home Treatment Team in North Powys.
The team are based in Fan Gorau in Newtown and aims to complete assessments in the property where people live or where care is provided. It is our aim to allow older people who have Dementia or a working diagnosis to remain at home as long as possible.
The successful candidate must have an interest in working with Older Adults and enjoy working in a busy and challenging environment. Possess good communication skills and demonstrate a willingness to develop in an established team.They need to have a flexible approach to work to meet the rotational shifts patterns to cover a 7-day period.
All applicants are invited to apply in welsh, any application submitted in Welsh will not be treated less favourably than an application made in English.The ability to speak Welsh is desirable for this post; English and/or Welsh speakers are equally welcome to apply.
Powys is cited as being a wonderful place to live and work. It is a rural health setting where you can personally and professionally grow and patients are truly at the heart of care provision. If you are an ambitious professional in search of job satisfaction that others can only dream about, prepare for a very pleasant surprise as Powys is the place to be. We are looking for staff who have energy, enthusiasm, commitment and drive and who are patient-centred. Whatever your career aspirations, we are committed to supporting and developing you.
Did you know – Powys Teaching Health Board accepts applications to retire and return from within the NHS in Wales. If you would like to know more, please contact the Powys Teaching Health Board Resourcing team on 01874 712580 or e-mail Powysresourcing@wales.nhs.uk
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Please check your email account regularly. Successful applicants will receive all recruitment related correspondence via the email account registered on the application form.
For further details / informal visits contact:
Julie Jones, Team Manager
Julie.Jones10@wales.nhs.uk / 016860613249

Staff Nurse – RMN/RGN – Pembroke – Permanent36 hours Nights available (includes alternative weekends) – £17.50phI am looking for an experienced registered mental health nurse RMN or RGN (with exp) to join a specialist facility for adults with long term functional mental health issues and/or complex physical needs.​​​​​​You will:have a minimum of 6 to 12 months nursing experiencebe passionate about delivering person centred care.have current NMC registration, up to date clinical practices, and evidence of continual professional development.will provide excellent clinical support and supervision to your team to ensure the safe, smooth and efficient running of the service.Apply online now for further information on this particular position.

Swansea/Port Talbot – Mental Health Support Worker – Bank/Adhoc Our client enables people to live a positive and fulfilling life. They try to make sure each person they support is matched with staff they can relate to ensure that the care is a top priority. Hays Recruitment are looking for Support Workers who have:
Empathy, caring and sensitivity to the needs of others
Excellent communication skills both written and verbal
Experience of supporting adults in a care setting or in the community
Our Support Worker will carry out the following duties:
You will be supporting individuals to live the life they want within their community in which they live, to build positive relationships and to reach their potential
Social and emotional support, either at home and/or in their local community
Supporting service users with their personal care support including personal hygiene needs if required
Support with their shopping, assist with budgeting
Building/maintaining relationship with friends and family
Household tasks including cooking, cleaning and laundry
Going out for walks, meals and other activities that supported individuals may want to experience.
If you have the relevant experience and are looking for bank shifts in the Port Talbot/Swansea area, please apply online today or get in touch if you are seeking a role within the Social Care sector.

Hays Specialist Recruitment Limited acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and employment business for the supply of temporary workers. By applying for this job you accept the T&C’s, Privacy Policy and Disclaimers which can be found at hays.co.uk

Family Friends have a vacancy for a playworker to help with respite and disability play support groups & 1:1, starting 11th January 2021. Monday & Tuesday 4-6pm during term time only. You must have a minimum level 3 in health and social care or equivalent, you will require an enhanced DBS check which we will process for you. You must be able to work as part of a team as well as under your own initiative in a busy environment. Please either email for more details familyfriendswrexham@gmail.com or ring the office on 01978 366115 and ask for Mary. Having your own transport would be advantageous.

Are you the type of person who enjoys helping others and making a difference to someone’s life? If you do then a career in care could be for you!

We are currently seeking Community Care Key Workers throughout Caerphilly, Monmouthshire, Merthyr Tydfil and surrounding areas (Blackwood, Risca, Wattsville, Caerphilly, Monmouth, Abergavenny, Usk, Raglan, Merthyr Tydfil) to help provide care and support to elderly and vulnerable adults, within their own homes. Our quality care and support services place the individual at the centre of all we do, if you feel you can make a real difference please apply today!

About the role:
We have a variety of hours available to suit your lifestyle (days, evenings, and weekends). Depending on individuals’ availability, we can offer contractual hours up to 25 per week with the option of extra bank hours.
Hours available between 7.00am to 3.00pm and 3.00pm to 11.00pm, to be allocated maximum contractual hours you will need to cover every other weekend or 1 day each weekend.
You will make calls to service users throughout your shift and must be prepared to travel within the service catchment area.

Duties include:
• Prompting/Support with personal care and dressing (which could include assistance with intimate personal care).
• Support with light household duties, including laundry, shopping and cleaning, meal preparation.
• Assisting with medication – this could be collecting prescriptions, prompting, or administering medication.
• Accompanying to medical appointments if needed.
• General companionship.

About you:
Strong interpersonal and working relationship skills.
A positive and caring person, who is confident and able to deliver individualised care and support.
Good understanding of assisting those who have mobility or continence needs using the appropriate aids and equipment.

What we offer:
• Refer a Friend Scheme.
• Flexible Working.
• Free Training & QCF Qualifications.
• Paid induction training with ongoing development.
• Enhanced Bank Holiday rates.
• Salary: £9.00 per hour / £9.50 on weekends.

Do I need previous experience?
• We do not ask for any formal qualifications or experience of working in care before, although having previous experience in a similar role would be desirable.

• This role requires working with vulnerable individuals as well as delivering personal care and support. Your employment will therefore be subject to appropriate pre-employment checks including references and an Enhanced Disclosure & Baring Service Check.

• A full driving licence and access to your own vehicle with ‘business use’ car insurance is essential to undertake this role.

Support Worker – Days

We have a number of shifts available, full or part-time guaranteed hours, or occasional hours if you prefer working with flexibility for day shifts.

We are situated in the peaceful, rural outskirts of Caerleon in South Wales, Llanhennock Lodge is home for 34 adults with physical disabilities. Our home is surrounded by beautiful views of the countryside and with the Breacon Beacons, Wye Valleys and South Wales coast nearby, there’s always plenty to enjoy. Newport is a short drive away.

As a Support Worker/Healthcare Assistant with Leonard Cheshire you’ll provide a high level of care and support to vulnerable people, enabling them to live the life they choose. You’ll assist with daily tasks including personal care, medication and assistance at mealtimes, motivating and encouraging choice and participation.

Experience as a Support Worker, Care Assistant or Healthcare Assistant is desirable but not essential as we offer an excellent training and induction programme to get you fully trained in your new role!

In return we offer a great range of employee schemes and benefits, including generous annual leave, discounts for high street retailers, contributory pension scheme and so much more!
Leonard Cheshire welcomes applications from all sections of the community. We actively encourage applications from people with a disability, supporting where possible, your requirements for reasonable adjustments.

A satisfactory disclosure check (PVG membership in Scotland) is required for this post.

Shortlisting for this role may take place as applications are received. We therefore reserve the right to close this vacancy once suitable candidates have been appointed.

* No agencies please *