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Team Leader - Full Time 37.5 Hrs- Salary - £20,000-£22,000 (Harrow)

Job Description

TEAM LEADER required for Female only Service!

We are currently looking for a Team Leader for our Harrow service, who is self-motivated and passionate about good quality care, to work within our supported living scheme which provides a 24/7 onsite care services to Adults with Mental Health, supporting people to live the life they want maximising their independence.

We aim to work really closely with other key providers of support for our residents as well as with their friends and families who are so important to their recovery.

The main purpose of this position is to coordinate the day to day running of a shift for vulnerable service users, you will support the Group Supported Living manager with conducting assessments when required and care plan reviews.

Hours: 37.5 hours per week. (You will need to be fully flexible to work mornings, evenings, and alternate weekends as required).

Salary - From £20,000 to £22,000 per year

If this sounds like you, please apply for the job as a Team Leader.

Do you have the commitment and positive values to make a difference to the lives of people living in Supported accommodation?

We are looking for calm, resourceful and energetic individuals who are well motivated, hardworking and keen to join our teams.

You will provide person-centred recovery focused support to tenants to enable them to manage their mental health, build life skills, promote healthy lifestyles and engage in educational, vocational and leisure activities. You will have the maturity to be able to work within a framework of recovery, building confidence, self-esteem, hope and positive coping skills. You must be able to follow agreed guidelines and risk management plans and to work positively within a consistent, mutually supportive team ethos.

You will be supporting clients with Mental Health, including schizophrenia, split personality disorder, depression and anxiety. Follow care and/or support plans for each service user/tenant with respect and dignity. Complete care assessments for new clients.

This may include one or more of the following examples:

     
  • Living as independently as possible
  •  
  • Accessing work, education or training
  •  
  • Enjoying leisure time, activities and cultural beliefs in the community
  •  
  • Keeping in touch with family and friends and making new friends
  •  
  • Carry out assessments and completing reports in line with CQC
  •  
  • Assist with the provision of medication as directed
  •  
  • Provide up to date information to maintain service user records as required
  •  
  • Respond to health and safety issues
  •  
  • Implement emergency procedures
  •  
  • Persist in the delivery of support to clients who may present behavioural challenges.
  • All applicants will be required to complete an enhanced DBS check. Or have a subscription to the update service. Interview and visit to the scheme.

    The successful candidate will be rewarded with a competitive salary, generous holiday entitlement and ongoing career development within a progressive organisation.

    Salary would be increased through performance.

    We offer:

       
    • A competitive salary
    •  
    • Statutory training
    •  
    • Care Certificate
    •  
    • Level 3/4 Health & Social Care
    •  
    • Certificate of Mental Health
    •  
    • 25 days Annual Leave
    •  
    • Contributory Pension Scheme
    •  
    • Great work environment!
    • Job Types: Full-time, Permanent

      Salary: £20,000.00-£22,000.00 per year

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      Team Leader - Full Time 37.5 Hrs- Salary - Up to £23,500 (Harrow)

      Job Description

      TEAM LEADER required for Supported Living service!

      We are currently looking for a Team Leader for our Harrow service, who is self-motivated and passionate about good quality care, to work within our supported living scheme which provides a 24/7 onsite care services to Adults with Mental Health, supporting people to live the life they want maximising their independence.

      We aim to work really closely with other key providers of support for our residents as well as with their friends and families who are so important to their recovery.

      The main purpose of this position is to coordinate the day to day running of a shift for vulnerable service users, you will support the operations manager with conducting assessments when required and care plan reviews.

      Hours: 37.5 hours per week. (You will need to be fully flexible to work mornings, evenings, and alternate weekends as required).

      Salary -Up to £23,500 per year

      If this sounds like you, please apply for the job as a Team Leader.

      Do you have the commitment and positive values to make a difference to the lives of people living in Supported accommodation?

      We are looking for calm, resourceful and energetic individuals who are well motivated, hardworking and keen to join our teams.

      You will provide person-centred recovery focused support to tenants to enable them to manage their mental health, build life skills, promote healthy lifestyles and engage in educational, vocational and leisure activities. You will have the maturity to be able to work within a framework of recovery, building confidence, self-esteem, hope and positive coping skills. You must be able to follow agreed guidelines and risk management plans and to work positively within a consistent, mutually supportive team ethos.

      You will be supporting clients with Mental Health, including schizophrenia, split personality disorder, depression and anxiety. Follow care and/or support plans for each service user/tenant with respect and dignity. Complete care assessments for new clients.

      This may include one or more of the following examples:

         
      • Living as independently as possible
      •  
      • Accessing work, education or training
      •  
      • Enjoying leisure time, activities and cultural beliefs in the community
      •  
      • Keeping in touch with family and friends and making new friends
      •  
      • Carry out assessments and completing reports in line with CQC
      •  
      • Assist with the provision of medication as directed
      •  
      • Provide up to date information to maintain service user records as required
      •  
      • Respond to health and safety issues
      •  
      • Implement emergency procedures
      •  
      • Persist in the delivery of support to clients who may present behavioural challenges.
      • All applicants will be required to complete an enhanced DBS check. Or have a subscription to the update service. Interview and visit to the scheme.

        The successful candidate will be rewarded with a competitive salary, generous holiday entitlement and ongoing career development within a progressive organisation.

        Salary would be increased through performance.

        We offer:

           
        • A competitive salary
        •  
        • Statutory training
        •  
        • Care Certificate
        •  
        • Level 3/4 Health & Social Care
        •  
        • Certificate of Mental Health
        •  
        • 25 days Annual Leave
        •  
        • Contributory Pension Scheme
        •  
        • Great work environment!
        • Contact:

          www.careassistuk.net

          0203 582 3245

          Job Type: Full-time

          Salary: Up to £23,500.00 per year

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          Mental Health Support Workers (Harrow) -37.5- Salary- £17,550

          Job Description

          Mental Health Support Workers required - Full Time for a Mental Health Supported Living Scheme in Harrow for Adults.

          The job includes shift work (including weekends) starting salary is £17,550 (£9.00 p/h)

          Do you want to make a difference in a vulnerable person's life?

          Do you have the commitment and positive values to make a difference to the lives of people living in a Residential and Supported accommodation?

          You must have 1-year support experience in Mental health. The ability to work shifts. We are looking for project workers, who have good communication skills, the ability to work with our clients to support them to achieve their aspirations and to access the community. Ensuring their mental health diagnosis does not hinder their progress.

          We welcome applications from both men and women, who are creative. Imaginative and willing to achieve the very best outcomes for people with a mental health diagnosis.

          You will have the maturity to be able to work within a framework of recovery, building confidence, self-esteem, hope and positive coping skills. You must be able to follow agreed guidelines and risk management plans and to work positively within a consistent, mutually supportive team ethos.

          You will be supporting clients with Mental Health, including schizophrenia, split personality disorder, depression and anxiety. Follow care and/or support plans for each service user/tenant with respect and dignity.

          This may include one or more of the following examples:

             
          • Living as independently as possible
          •  
          • Accessing work, education or training
          •  
          • Enjoying leisure time, activities and cultural beliefs in the community
          •  
          • Keeping in touch with family and friends and making new friends
          •  
          • Carry out or assist with domestic cleaning, cooking and shopping tasks as instructed
          •  
          • Assist with the provision of medication as directed
          •  
          • Provide up to date information to maintain service user records as required
          •  
          • Respond to health and safety issues
          •  
          • Implement emergency procedures
          • We are dedicated to providing a 24/7 high quality service promoting choice, independence, privacy, dignity to our Service Users in our homes.

            Purpose of the Position:To work as part of a team providing care and support to individuals within the service, based on the person centred life principles of choice, competence, community participation, and respect and community presence.

            This job description outlines the main duties and responsibilities of the post holder. The post may include other duties and responsibilities not specified here. It is also likely that changes may be required from time to time.

            Applicants will be expected to apply for enhanced disclosure with DBS (CRB) and provide references.

            We fully endorse career development and have a great reputation for rewarding our staff. Benefits include 25 days annual leave, and significant opportunities for learning and development and the opportunity to make a difference to how Care Assist Ltd evolves in the coming years.

            We offer:

               
            • A competitive salary
            •  
            • Statutory training
            •  
            • Care Certificate
            •  
            • Level 3/4 Health & Social Care
            •  
            • Certificate of Mental Health
            •  
            • 25 days Annual Leave
            •  
            • Contributory Pension Scheme
            •  
            • Great work environment!
            • Contact:

              www.careassistuk.net

              0203 582 3245

              Job Types: Full-time, Permanent

              Salary: Up to £17,550.00 per hour

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              Mental Health Project Worker- Floating Support Service- (Harrow)

              Job Description

              Mental Health Project Workers required - Full Time for a Floating Support Service in Harrow for Adults.

              Some care work experience is required and NVQ L2 or NVQ L3 desirable but not essential.

              The job includes shift work (including weekends) the starting salary is (£9.50 p/h)

              Do you want to make a difference in a vulnerable person's life?

              Do you have the commitment and positive values to make a difference to the lives of people living in a Residential and Supported accommodation?

              We are looking for calm, resourceful, and energetic individuals who are well motivated, hardworking, and keen to join our teams. You will provide person-centered recovery-focused support to tenants to enable them to manage their mental health, build life skills, promote healthy lifestyles and engage in educational, vocational, and leisure activities. You will have the maturity to be able to work within a framework of recovery, building confidence, self-esteem, hope, and positive coping skills. You must be able to follow agreed guidelines and risk management plans and to work positively within a consistent, mutually supportive team ethos.

              You will be supporting clients with Mental Health, including schizophrenia, split personality disorder, depression and anxiety. Follow care and/or support plans for each service user/tenant with respect and dignity.

              This may include one or more of the following examples:

                 
              • Living as independently as possible
              •  
              • Accessing work, education, or training
              •  
              • Enjoying leisure time, activities, and cultural beliefs in the community
              •  
              • Keeping in touch with family and friends and making new friends
              •  
              • Carry out or assist with domestic cleaning, cooking, and shopping tasks as instructed
              •  
              • Assist with the provision of medication as directed
              •  
              • Provide up to date information to maintain service user records as required
              •  
              • Respond to health and safety issues
              •  
              • Implement emergency procedures
              • We are dedicated to providing a 24/7 high-quality service promoting choice, independence, privacy, dignity to our Service Users in our homes.

                Purpose of the Position: To work as part of a team providing care and support to individuals within the service, based on the person-centered life principles of choice, competence, community participation, and respect and community presence.

                This job description outlines the main duties and responsibilities of the post holder. The post may include other duties and responsibilities not specified here. It is also likely that changes may be required from time to time.

                Applicants will be expected to apply for an enhanced disclosure with DBS (CRB) and provide references.

                We fully endorse career development and have a great reputation for rewarding our staff. Benefits include 25 days of annual leave, and significant opportunities for learning and development, and the opportunity to make a difference to how Care Assist Ltd evolves in the coming years.

                Contact:

                www.careassistuk.net

                0203 582 3245

                Job Types: Full-time, Permanent

                Salary: Up to £9.50 per hour

                APPLY NOW