Website Guild Care
£21,870 per annum
Hours of Work
35 hours per week
The field care supervisor role will need to cover Worthing, Lancing and Shoreham (small area to cover)
Working a week of mornings and a week of afternoons
Morning shift: 6.30am – 14.30pm
Afternoons: 13:30 – 21:30
Participate in On Call on a rotation, 1 weekend in three – 7am-21.30pm Saturday and Sunday
22nd of March
Proposed interview date/s (if known)
24th of March
About our Home Care Service
Our Home Care service – which is rated ‘Good’ by the Care Quality Commission – was established in 1994 to promote independent living.
The service enables older people and vulnerable adults in and around Worthing to lead better quality lives whilst remaining safe and comfortable in their own homes.
We pride ourselves on supporting our staff members to provide a caring and wholesome service to our customers in the community.
We are searching for knowledgeable and skilled individuals who will be able to support our amazing team out in the field. You will have previous knowledge of completing competency checks and supporting our staff members to provide a professional and safe service.
The most important to priority to us as a caring organisation, is that all our Field Care Supervisors have the following qualities, caring and sensitive, flexible, and self-motivated. You will need to be well-organised & reliable, a good communicator who is as committed, as us all, to maintaining our high standards to our customers.
What can you expect from us? We are a close and supportive team, with a friendly central office team. We encourage progression and growth within the organisation, and we invest in our employees to help them achieve their own personal goals.
Why work for Guild Care? Our benefits, your career and who we are….
At Guild Care, we are passionate about career progression for all our employees, we have developed clear learning pathways for all our job roles at Guild Care. We take everyone’s career goals seriously, whether you want to be an amazing Care Assistant or our next Director of Care. We’re proud that the average length of service for our care home senior management team is 17 years- many of whom started as Care Assistants and followed our career pathways.
Our Amazing Benefits at Guild Care…..
Working for a local charity that has supported the community since 1933
Welcome to Guild Care bonus (for eligible roles)- Up to £1000 for Registered Nurses and up to £1000 for Care, Home Care and Day Services Support Staff
Refer a friend scheme- you could earn £500 for recommending a friend to Guild Care
Buddy Incentive- you could receive up to £125 to support our new recruits in role, promoting a supportive and friendly environment for our newcomers (Care Services only)
20-25 days holiday
Flexible shift patterns
Free DBS check
Excellent learning and development opportunities and clear defined care career pathway
Local offers for Guild Care staff
Being part of a values- led organisation
· At least 3 years experience working within domiciliary care
· At least 1 year in a care supervision or care co-ordinator role
· A good standard of spoken and written English language and basic maths
· Knowledge of Care Certificate requirements
· Willing to work shifts
· Full driving licence with access to a car
· Level 3 Health & Social Care Qualification or similar e.g. Competency Assessor
· Train the Trainer qualification
· Knowledge of Care Quality Commission Fundamental Standards
Get in touch
For further information please email firstname.lastname@example.org call our Recruitment Team on 01903 863154.
We reserve the right to close the vacancy upon successful selection of candidates, please apply as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.
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