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  • Care Assistant

    Barnet

    £7.90 - £8.68 + Benefits
    Hourly

    This care assistant position is based at our Lady Sarah Cohen House - Residential Care Home, based in Friern Barnet. The role of a care assistant is to assist and support residents in a wide range of daily activities so that they can achieve optimum wellbeing, independence, self-expression, fulfilment and have as...

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    This care assistant position is based at our Lady Sarah Cohen House - Residential Care Home, based in Friern Barnet. The role of a care assistant is to assist and support residents in a wide range of daily activities so that they can achieve optimum wellbeing, independence, self-expression, fulfilment and have as positive an experience as possible. 

    This post is based at Lady Sarah Cohen House Residential Care Home in Friern Barnet.

    Work Pattern: 38.5 hours per week worked on a day shift rota  including weekends (8am - 8pm).

    You will strive to provide all stakeholders, including residents, their relatives or representatives, volunteers, external visitors, professionals and colleagues, with a positive ‘customer experience, thus enhancing their experience as well as their view of our organisation; as a caring and professional services provider.  As a Carer you will have a key role that impacts on the quality of life of the residents.

    Principal accountabilities / responsibilities

    • To support residents in our residential care home, in all activities of daily living which are specified in their care plan and or are required in order to maximise wellbeing (physical, emotional, social etc.). These include personal care, food and drink, administering medication, accessing health care and recreational activities.
    • To engage with residents and other stakeholders in a way that reflects their preferences, abilities as well as taking into account any impairment. This will be done in a way that will nurture their sense of self. 

     Requirements for the Health Care Assistant:

    • Level 2 Diploma in Health and Social Care or desire to be trained.
    • Experience of working in a health care environment (essential) as either a HCA (Health Care Assistant) or Care Worker.
    • Demonstrate a support role working with older people with dementia.
    • Willing to undertake all aspects of care or non-care duties to meet both the physical, emotional and social needs of our residents.
    • Able to work shifts (including weekends and evenings)

     

    Barnet London, Greater London, England 21-02-2018 Care Permanent £ 7.9 8.68 HOUR

    Relief Care Assistant

    Barnet

    £7.90 - £8.68 + Benefits
    Hourly

    The role of a care assistant is to assist and support residents in a wide range of daily activities so that they can achieve optimum wellbeing, independence, self-expression, fulfilment and have as positive an experience as possible. In addition, all those working in a care home setting, strive to provide...

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    The Role

    The role of a care assistant is to assist and support residents in a wide range of daily activities so that they can achieve optimum wellbeing, independence, self-expression, fulfilment and have as positive an experience as possible. In addition, all those working in a care home setting, strive to provide all stakeholders, including residents, their relatives or representatives, volunteers, external visitors, professionals and colleagues, with a positive ‘customer experience, thus enhancing their experience as well as their view of our client as a caring professional services provider.  As a Care Assistant you will have a key role that impacts on the quality of life of the residents.

    This post is for a Relief Care Assistant, based at our Otto Schiff Care Home, in Golders Green. Working as and when required including days and weekends.

     Principal accountabilities / responsibilities

    • To support residents in all activities of all daily living which are specified in their care plan and or are required in order to maximise wellbeing (physical, emotional, social etc.). These include personal care, food and drink, administering medication, accessing health care and recreational activities.
    • To engage with residents and other stakeholders in a way that reflects their preferences, abilities as well as taking into account any impairment. This will be done in a way that will nurture their sense of self. 

     Requirements for the Care Assistant:

    • Level 2 Diploma in Health and Social Care or desire to be trained.
    • Experience of working in a similar care environment (essential)
    • Demonstrate a support role working with older people with dementia.
    • Willing to undertake all aspects of care or non-care duties to meet both the physical, emotional and social needs of our residents.
    • Able to work shifts (including weekends and evenings)

     

    Barnet Golders Green, Greater London, England 15-02-2018 Care Temporary £ 7.9 8.68 HOUR

    Night Care Assistant

    Barnet

    £9.06 - £9.56 + Benefits
    Hourly

    The role of a care assistant is to assist and support residents in a wide range of daily activities so that they can achieve optimum wellbeing, independence, self-expression, fulfilment and have as positive an experience as possible. In addition, all those working in a care home setting, strive to provide...

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    The role of a care assistant is to assist and support residents in a wide range of daily activities so that they can achieve optimum wellbeing, independence, self-expression, fulfilment and have as positive an experience as possible. In addition, all those working in a care home setting, strive to provide all stakeholders, including residents, their relatives or representatives, volunteers, external visitors, professionals and colleagues, with a positive ‘customer experience, thus enhancing their experience as well as their view of our client as a caring professional services provider.  As a Carer you will have a key role that impacts on the quality of life of the residents.

    This post is based at Clore Manor Residential Care Home in Hendon.

    38.5 hours per week worked on a night shift rota  including weekends (8pm -8am).

    Principal accountabilities / responsibilities

    • To support residents in all activities of all daily living which are specified in their care plan and or are required in order to maximise wellbeing (physical, emotional, social etc.). These include personal care, food and drink, administering medication, accessing health care and recreational activities.
    • To engage with residents and other stakeholders in a way that reflects their preferences, abilities as well as taking into account any impairment. This will be done in a way that will nurture their sense of self. 

     Requirements for the Care Assistant:

    • Level 2 Diploma in Health and Social Care or desire to be trained.
    • Experience of working in a similar care environment (essential) as either a HCA (Health Care Assistant) or Care Worker.
    • Demonstrate a support role working with older people with dementia.
    • Willing to undertake all aspects of care or non-care duties to meet both the physical, emotional and social needs of our residents.
    • Able to work shifts (including weekends and evenings)

     

    Barnet Hendon, Greater London, England 12-02-2018 Care Permanent £ 9.06 9.56 HOUR

    Care Assistant

    Barnet

    £7.90 - £8.68 + Benefits
    Hourly

    The role of a care assistant is to assist and support residents in a wide range of daily activities so that they can achieve optimum wellbeing, independence, self-expression, fulfilment and have as positive an experience as possible. In addition, all those working in a care home setting, strive to provide...

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    The role of a care assistant is to assist and support residents in a wide range of daily activities so that they can achieve optimum wellbeing, independence, self-expression, fulfilment and have as positive an experience as possible. In addition, all those working in a care home setting, strive to provide all stakeholders, including residents, their relatives or representatives, volunteers, external visitors, professionals and colleagues, with a positive ‘customer experience, thus enhancing their experience as well as their view of our client as a caring professional services provider.  As a Carer you will have a key role that impacts on the quality of life of the residents.

    This post is based at Clore Manor Residential Care Home in Hendon.

    38.5 hours per week worked on a day shift rota  including weekends (8am -8pm).

    Principal accountabilities / responsibilities

    • To support residents in all activities of all daily living which are specified in their care plan and or are required in order to maximise wellbeing (physical, emotional, social etc.). These include personal care, food and drink, administering medication, accessing health care and recreational activities.
    • To engage with residents and other stakeholders in a way that reflects their preferences, abilities as well as taking into account any impairment. This will be done in a way that will nurture their sense of self. 

     Requirements for the Care Assistant:

    • Level 2 Diploma in Health and Social Care or desire to be trained.
    • Experience of working in a similar care environment (essential) as either a HCA (Health Care Assistant) or Care Worker.
    • Demonstrate a support role working with older people with dementia.
    • Willing to undertake all aspects of care or non-care duties to meet both the physical, emotional and social needs of our residents.
    • Able to work shifts (including weekends and evenings)

     

    Barnet Hendon, Greater London, England 12-02-2018 Care Permanent £ 7.9 8.68 HOUR

    Relief Senior Care Assistants (Team Leader)

    Redbridge

    £9.68 - £10.25 + Benefits
    Hourly

    The purpose of the Senior Care Assistant (team leader) within a care home setting is to assist and support residents in a wide range of daily activities so that they can achieve optimum wellbeing, independence, self-expression, fulfilment and have as positive an experience as possible. In addition, all those working...

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    The purpose of the Senior Care Assistant (team leader) within a care home setting is to assist and support residents in a wide range of daily activities so that they can achieve optimum wellbeing, independence, self-expression, fulfilment and have as positive an experience as possible. In addition, all those working in a care home setting, strive to provide all stakeholders, including residents, their relatives or representatives, volunteers, external visitors, professionals and colleagues, with a positive ‘customer experience, thus enhancing their experience as well as their view of Jewish Care as a caring professional services provider.  As a Senior Care Assistant you will act as the team leader to the shift, ensuring the quality of care delivered to residents is to an exceptional standard.

    This position is based at our Vi & John Rubens House, Care Home, 27 Clarence Ave, Ilford IG2 6JH

    This vacancy is a bank position with a zero hours contract to work as and when required.

    As a Senior Care Assistant, your main responsibilities will be to:

    • Act as the team leader to the shift, ensuring the quality of care delivered to residents is to an exceptional standard.
    • To lead an effective, motivated and committed team of care staff providing residents with person centred care that will meet their personal, physical, social and psychological needs.
    • To be responsible for all daily records and contribute to the preparation of care plans, their updating and review by the care team, relevant to each individual resident’s needs.  This should be done in consultation with residents, advocates and their families to agreed standards and timescales.
    • To ensure effective, open and positive communication and working relationships in the Home between residents, staff, relatives, volunteers, other professionals and all visitors to the home.  All to be recorded and documented as appropriate to ensure the wellbeing of all residents and staff.
    • To understand, respect and support the physical, psychological, social, spiritual needs of individuals to ensure best practice is achieved and maintained.
    • To actively contribute to relevant learning, training and development opportunities for staff, self and to support and contribute to competence achieved in the workplace to ensure best practice is achieved and maintained.
    • To be responsible for the proper and thorough induction of new staff, including agency staff where used.
    • To promote, monitor and maintain health, safety and security in the working environment to ensure organizational and legislative requirements are met.
    • To delegate and support staff on the shift in their duties ensuring residents and staff obtain the required support and assistance required.
    • To ensure that staff and self remain alert and attentive to the needs of the residents throughout the shift ensuring agreed standards are met and maintained.
    • To respond effectively to all calls and alarms in a timely manner to ensure the needs of the residents and the Home are met to agreed standards.
    • To respond to residents’ refreshment requests during the shift to ensure their needs and requirements are met. 

    In addition to Senior duties you will be expected:

    • To achieve the level of qualification required for the post in line with current legislation ensuring standards are met.
    • To promote and comply with Jewish Care’s Policies and Procedures to ensure standards are met.
    • To support the nursing staff in the day to day general operation of the floor to ensure standards are met.
    • To comply with Jewish Care’s dress code. Uniforms must be cleaned and maintained by the post holder and must be worn when on duty.
    • To provide effective leadership of the team of carers on the floor, ensuring that residents receive high quality care within the framework of the ideals and values of Jewish Care, CQC requirements and the Skills for Care Social Care Commitment.
    • To promote positive relationships with residents, relatives and carers, staff and visiting professionals.
    • To promote the values and principles underpinning best practice.
    • To be responsible for personal Continuing Professional Development.

    The postholder will assist with the management on the daily activities of the floor, and assist the Nursing Team to operate a cohesive and seamless operational management system that will create and enhance the performance of the floor in all areas: care, social and cultural activities, finance management and the environment.

    This role is key to the wellbeing of our residents ensuring all their needs are met fully.  

    Education/Qualification

    • QCF level 3/or equivalent or working towards this qualification
    • Assessor or Mentor award is desirable

    Work Experience

    • Experience and evidence of leading and supporting an effective motivated and committed team in the health or social care sector
    • Experience of working with older people and their needs
    • Evidence of promoting best practice in Safeguarding Adults
    • Experience of working in an environment that promotes choice, well-being and diversity.

    Requirements for the Senior Care Assistant:

    • Understanding of Jewish values and culture would be desirable.
    • Willingness to participate in creating a Jewish environment in the Home
    • Able to work flexibly on a rota basis.
    • Knowledge of regulations regarding administration of medicine
    • Evidence of understanding of confidentiality and data protection
    • Ability to provide learning, training and development opportunities for staff.
    • Ability to deputise in the absence of a senior manager
    • Knowledge of CQC, KLOES and other relevant legislation
    • Knowledge of Health and Safety practices
    • Knowledge of Customer Care
    Redbridge Ilford, Greater London, England 12-02-2018 Care Permanent £ 9.68 10.25 HOUR

    Relief Care Assistant

    Redbridge

    £7.90 - £8.68 + Benefits
    Hourly

    The role of a care assistant is to assist and support residents in a wide range of daily activities so that they can achieve optimum wellbeing, independence, self-expression, fulfilment and have as positive an experience as possible. In addition, all those working in a care home setting, strive to provide...

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    The Role

    The role of a care assistant is to assist and support residents in a wide range of daily activities so that they can achieve optimum wellbeing, independence, self-expression, fulfilment and have as positive an experience as possible. In addition, all those working in a care home setting, strive to provide all stakeholders, including residents, their relatives or representatives, volunteers, external visitors, professionals and colleagues, with a positive ‘customer experience, thus enhancing their experience as well as their view of our client as a caring professional services provider.  As a Care Assistant you will have a key role that impacts on the quality of life of the residents.

    This post is for a Relief Care Assistant, based at our Vi & John Rubens House, Residential Care Home, in Redbridge. Working as and when required including days and weekends.

     Principal accountabilities / responsibilities

    • To support residents in all activities of all daily living which are specified in their care plan and or are required in order to maximise wellbeing (physical, emotional, social etc.). These include personal care, food and drink, administering medication, accessing health care and recreational activities.
    • To engage with residents and other stakeholders in a way that reflects their preferences, abilities as well as taking into account any impairment. This will be done in a way that will nurture their sense of self. 

     Requirements for the Care Assistant:

    • Level 2 Diploma in Health and Social Care or desire to be trained.
    • Experience of working in a similar care environment (essential)
    • Demonstrate a support role working with older people with dementia.
    • Willing to undertake all aspects of care or non-care duties to meet both the physical, emotional and social needs of our residents.
    • Able to work shifts (including weekends and evenings)

     

    Redbridge Ilford, Greater London, England 12-02-2018 Care Temporary £ 7.9 8.68 HOUR

    Care Assistant - Princess Alexandra Home

    Harrow

    £7.90 - £8.68 + Benefits
    Hourly

    The role of a care assistant is to assist and support residents in a wide range of daily activities so that they can achieve optimum wellbeing, independence, self-expression, fulfilment and have as positive an experience as possible. In addition, all those working in a care home setting, strive to provide...

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    The role of a care assistant is to assist and support residents in a wide range of daily activities so that they can achieve optimum wellbeing, independence, self-expression, fulfilment and have as positive an experience as possible. In addition, all those working in a care home setting, strive to provide all stakeholders, including residents, their relatives or representatives, volunteers, external visitors, professionals and colleagues, with a positive ‘customer experience, thus enhancing their experience as well as their view of our client as a caring professional services provider.  As a Care Assistant you will have a key role that impacts on the quality of life of the residents.

    This role is based at Princess Alexandra Care Home, in Stanmore, Harrow, Greater London

    38.5 hours per week worked on a rota basis including days and weekends.

    Principal accountabilities / responsibilities

    • To support residents in all activities of all daily living which are specified in their care plan and or are required in order to maximise wellbeing (physical, emotional, social etc.). These include personal care, food and drink, administering medication, accessing health care and recreational activities.
    • To engage with residents and other stakeholders in a way that reflects their preferences, abilities as well as taking into account any impairment. This will be done in a way that will nurture their sense of self. 

     Requirements for the Care Assistant:

    • Level 2 Diploma in Health and Social Care or desire to be trained.
    • Experience of working in a similar care environment (essential)
    • Demonstrate a support role working with older people with dementia.
    • Willing to undertake all aspects of care or non-care duties to meet both the physical, emotional and social needs of our residents.
    • Able to work shifts (including weekends and evenings)

     

    Harrow London, Greater London, England 12-02-2018 Care Permanent £ 7.9 8.68 HOUR

    Senior Care Assistant (Days)

    Harrow

    £9.68 - £10.25 + Benefits
    Hourly

    This post is based at our Princess Alexandra Care Home, in Stanmore.

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    This post is based at our Princess Alexandra Care Home, in Stanmore.

    The Role

    The purpose of the Senior Care Assistant within a care home setting is to assist and support residents in a wide range of daily activities so that they can achieve optimum wellbeing, independence, self-expression, fulfilment and have as positive an experience as possible. In addition, all those working in a care home setting, strive to provide all stakeholders, including residents, their relatives or representatives, volunteers, external visitors, professionals and colleagues, with a positive ‘customer experience, thus enhancing their experience as well as their view of Jewish Care as a caring professional services provider.  As a Senior Care Assistant you will act as the team leader to the shift, ensuring the quality of care delivered to residents is to an exceptional standard.

     38. 5 hours per week to (Day Shifts) worked on a rota basis including weekends.

     

    As a Senior Care Assistant your responsibilities will include:

    • Act as the ‘team leader’ for the shift and undertake responsibilities which will aid the running of the shift.

    • Organising staff allocations and breaks.

    • Arranging cover for absences.

    • Liaising with home managers.

    • Dealing with visits, inquiries from external agencies or visiting professionals (GP etc.)

    • Ensure completion of special tasks such as medication administration and recording etc.

     

    In addition to Senior duties you will be expected to:

    • Be included as part of the care team on shift.
    • To support residents in all activities of all daily living which are specified in their care plan and or are required in order to maximise wellbeing (physical, emotional, social etc.). These include personal care, food and drink, administering medication, accessing health care and recreational activities.
    • To engage with residents and other stakeholders in a way that reflects their preferences, abilities as well as taking into account any impairment. This will be done in a way that will nurture their sense of self. 
    • To communicate clearly, precisely and appropriately with residents, relatives, colleagues and others in order to ensure that the care and assistance as well as any health needs of the residents are recorded and shared to enable seamless provision of care. This may be in writing or verbally and includes a wide range of formats including care plans.
    • To work as part of a team and support others to maximise the delivery of care and support.
    • To gain understanding of care elements for the safe delivery of care including attendance at training and meetings, familiarising yourself with policies and procedures and routines within the home.
    • To contribute to keeping the environment, furniture and equipment in good repair and appealing appearance and to report any damage or fault so that these can be put right.
    • To represent the home and Jewish Care in a professional manner at all times.

     

    Requirements for the Senior Care Assistant:

    • Level 3 Diploma in Health and Social Care or equivalent (minimum).
    • Experience of Supervising others
    • Experience of working in a similar care environment (essential)
    • Demonstrate a support role working with older people with dementia.
    • Willing to undertake all aspects of care or non-care duties to meet both the physical, emotional and social needs of our residents.
    • Able to work shifts (including weekends and evenings)

     

    Harrow London, Greater London, England 12-02-2018 Care Permanent £ 9.68 10.25 HOUR

    Care Assistant - Bank - Hyman Fine

    Brighton and Hove

    £7.90 - £8.68 + Benefits
    Hourly

    The role of a care assistant is to assist and support residents in a wide range of daily activities so that they can achieve optimum wellbeing, independence, self-expression, fulfilment and have as positive an experience as possible. In addition, all those working in a care home setting, strive to provide...

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    The Role

    The role of a care assistant is to assist and support residents in a wide range of daily activities so that they can achieve optimum wellbeing, independence, self-expression, fulfilment and have as positive an experience as possible. In addition, all those working in a care home setting, strive to provide all stakeholders, including residents, their relatives or representatives, volunteers, external visitors, professionals and colleagues, with a positive ‘customer experience, thus enhancing their experience as well as their view of our client as a caring professional services provider.  As a Care Assistant you will have a key role that impacts on the quality of life of the residents.

     

     This is a bank contract 

     

    Principal accountabilities / responsibilities

    • To support residents in all activities of all daily living which are specified in their care plan and or are required in order to maximise wellbeing (physical, emotional, social etc.). These include personal care, food and drink, administering medication, accessing health care and recreational activities.
    • To engage with residents and other stakeholders in a way that reflects their preferences, abilities as well as taking into account any impairment. This will be done in a way that will nurture their sense of self. 


    Requirements for the Care Assistant:

    • Level 2 Diploma in Health and Social Care or desire to be trained.
    • Experience of working in a similar care environment (essential)
    • Demonstrate a support role working with older people with dementia.
    • Willing to undertake all aspects of care or non-care duties to meet both the physical, emotional and social needs of our residents.
    • Able to work shifts (including weekends and evenings)

     

    Brighton and Hove Brighton, East Sussex, England 29-01-2018 Care Temporary £ 7.9 8.68 HOUR

    Care Assistant - Hyman Fine

    Brighton and Hove

    £7.90 - £8.68 + Benefits
    Hourly

    The role of a care assistant is to assist and support residents in a wide range of daily activities so that they can achieve optimum wellbeing, independence, self-expression, fulfilment and have as positive an experience as possible. In addition, all those working in a care home setting, strive to provide...

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    The Role

    The role of a care assistant is to assist and support residents in a wide range of daily activities so that they can achieve optimum wellbeing, independence, self-expression, fulfilment and have as positive an experience as possible. In addition, all those working in a care home setting, strive to provide all stakeholders, including residents, their relatives or representatives, volunteers, external visitors, professionals and colleagues, with a positive ‘customer experience, thus enhancing their experience as well as their view of our client as a caring professional services provider.  As a Care Assistant you will have a key role that impacts on the quality of life of the residents.

     

    Principal accountabilities / responsibilities

    • To support residents in all activities of all daily living which are specified in their care plan and or are required in order to maximise wellbeing (physical, emotional, social etc.). These include personal care, food and drink, administering medication, accessing health care and recreational activities.
    • To engage with residents and other stakeholders in a way that reflects their preferences, abilities as well as taking into account any impairment. This will be done in a way that will nurture their sense of self. 

     

     The hours to be worked are 38.5 hours per week to be worked on a fixed rota basis including days and weekends


    Requirements for the Care Assistant:

    • Level 2 Diploma in Health and Social Care or desire to be trained.
    • Experience of working in a similar care environment (essential)
    • Demonstrate a support role working with older people with dementia.
    • Willing to undertake all aspects of care or non-care duties to meet both the physical, emotional and social needs of our residents.
    • Able to work shifts (including weekends and evenings)

     

    Brighton and Hove Brighton, East Sussex, England 29-01-2018 Care Contract £ 7.9 8.68 HOUR
  • Registered Area Homecare Manager

    Barnet

    £38,457 + Benefits
    Annual

    We are seeking Registered Area Homecare Manager for our service based in Golders Green serving people in North London and Hertfordshire 

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    We are seeking Registered Area Homecare Manager for our service based in Golders Green serving people in North London and Hertfordshire 

    We are looking to appoint a dedicated, passionate, motivated, resilient individual who knows what Well Led looks like. 

    We are an organisation providing a range of social care and support services to the Jewish community.  We are a provider that understand the need to focus on   personalised, kind and supportive care for its community and people who use services. 

    If you believe in providing high quality care and have a real interest in people and are able to deliver services in a fast changing environment this is the perfect role for you. The service is undergoing a period of transformation and development, modernising systems with electronic and web based applications and understands that well trained confident and kind care teams deliver the best care.

     Duties and Responsibilities include:

    • Working alongside external partner agencies and internal departments including Quality and Customer Experience and to ensure high quality care is delivered CQC standards are met.
    • Developing a well organised office team with clear roles and motivation.
    • Being forward thinking and understanding the value of investing in systems improvement, which will benefit people using the service. 
    • Developing clear communication and getting to know staff to ensure a confident team of managers and Care staff
    • Build a management and team culture which promotes strong values and a person-centred culture
    • Develop Care workers skills and promote team working and identity, so staff are proud to work for the service and have a good understanding of the values of the service. 
    • Including the views and suggestions of people who use the service, their families and caregiver’s views to improve the service.
    • Review and implement robust systems to assure quality and identify any potential improvements to the service to ensure people benefit from a constantly improving service.
    • Ensure the team works in partnership with other agencies, including the police, fire service and local authority to benefit the people they care for and the local community
    • Work closely with Human Resources recruitment colleagues to ensure required staffing targets are met 
    • Assist with the promotion and growth of new care packages including Live-In 24-hour care
    • Assist with the promotion and growth of new care packages including Live-In 24-hour care
    • Provide monthly performance and business analysis reports to the Senior Management team
    • Manage all complaints and safeguarding issues effectively
    • Develop Training Plans for your team and work with L & D colleagues to ensure the appropriate content and design of training for staff is meaningful and of the required stan

    To apply for this role, you will need:

    • Experience of managing social care services in community setting 
    • Budget and Performance Management Skills 
    • Previous proven experience of change management 
    • NVQ or RMA Level 4, or QCF Level 5
    • Effective written and IT skills 
    • Awareness of Key Performance Indicators and systems for evidence service improvement 
    • Ability to lead and inspire a mature home care team including assistant managers 

    This post is open to employees of Jewish Care only and will close once a satisfactory number of applications has been recieved. Interviews will be held in early March 2018.

    Barnet Golders Green, Greater London, England 05-02-2018 Home Care and Independent Living Permanent £ 38457 38457 YEAR

    Home Care Assistant - North West London

    Barnet

    £8.77 - £9.41 + Generous mileage (50p) per mile and travel time paid at £3 per hour
    Hourly

    Jewish Care - Home Care Assistants – permanent contracts – shift work – fixed shifts – 10 hours to 36 hours – daytime – evenings and weekends.

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    Jewish Care - Home Care Assistants – permanent contracts – shift work – fixed shifts – 10 hours to 36 hours – daytime – evenings and weekends.

    Car drivers preferred. Must be able to demonstrate flexibility in working.

    Excellent rates of pay – starter rate £8.77 p/h   with NVQ 2 £9.41 after 8pm £10.69 p/h,Bank Holidays paid on double and time and half  + a day off in lieu 


    Golders Green/Barnet /Finchley 

    Applicants must live within a 20-mile radius of Barnet at the time of applying.


    Care and support duties will include: assisting the client with personal care, bathing, cooking or heating of meals, administering medication, shopping, light cleaning, laundry, social calls. Taking tenants to activities etc we are looking for individuals who are responsible

    We are looking for individuals who are responsible and who are interested in getting to know the people they work with. It is important that the successful candidates have a strong sense of initiative, as you will need to report any concerns or changes on your service user’s health and wellbeing, to your manager. You will be working in a friendly team, supported by a management team who provide you with on the spot local support when providing care and support to people.  good career prospects within the team with opportunities to progress to manager level. You will be provided with a smartphone as part of your job, to enable you to communicate as a wider team during your working hours.  It is essential that you have previous care experience (this can be through employment or life experience, that you are practical are able to record notes about a client and able to use phone and phone apps (with training).  You will be working in a great team of like-minded colleagues. There are plenty of opportunities for you to develop in terms of training and development and experience of working in an interesting and exciting environment. Your development will also include regular supervision and team meetings where you can contribute by providing ideas to improve the service and get the benefit of seeing how your involvement has improved lives.  We are looking for kind people, who can demonstrate patience and compassion. Training relevant to providing a service to Jewish clients is given to you before you start work.

    Hours of work - A variety of day and evening work is available; all applicants are required to work alternate weekends, which may involve working am and pm, or one day every weekend. There will also be additional hours available for holiday and sickness cover.

    Please indicate in your application when you are available to work between 7am and 10:15pm 7 days a week.

     

    • 4 weeks Annual Leave entitlement pro rata
    • Great Company Pension Scheme
    • Monthly salary
    • Excellent Paid Induction programme - including the Care Certificate, e-learning, and shadowing with senior carers.
    • Full-time and Part-time positions available permanent , temporary or  zero hours contracts if you prefer flexibility
    Barnet Golders Green, Greater London, England 29-01-2018 Home Care and Independent Living Permanent £ 8.77 9.41 HOUR
  • Events Assistant

    Barnet

    £21,420 + Benefits
    Annual

    The Events team at Jewish Care organise a huge range of events throughout the year and work with numerous fundraising committees to ensure we raise our annual events target of £1.9 million.

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    The Events team at Jewish Care organise a huge range of events throughout the year and work with numerous fundraising committees to ensure we raise our annual events target of £1.9 million.

    Our event portfolio includes business breakfasts with experts in Industry and high profile speakers.

    We run gala lunches and dinners annually, one of which is our Holocaust Survivors Centre dinner which supports the work of the centre who offer therapeutic and practical support for Holocaust survivors and refugees.  

    Young Jewish Care run a Halloween party, property dinners and pub quizzes for the 20-35 age group and Jewish Care Families offers all sorts for young families throughout the year such as the Kids Secret Cinema and dance parties.

    This faced paced, dynamic team is looking forward to welcoming a new Events Assistant to help us as we move into the next stage of our fundraising strategy. 

    What you'll be doing:

    • Assisting with aspects of large fundraising events, varying from our large gala dinners, lunches, challenge events and other special events we put on throughout the year. 

    • Working as a key member of the events team with on-the-day event logistics.

    • Researching and using initiative to help develop new fundraising events.

    • Managing the booking process for several events at any one time. This will include managing admittance letters, collating responses, maintaining the bookings inbox to ensure all bookings, payment information and donor communications are logged on our “thankQ” database.

    • General support on multiple events at any one time with tasks such as updating spreadsheets, data analysis, organising key mailings, liaising with table hosts and general team support to ensure the success of every event and maintain an excellent quality of customer experience.

    • Work closely with other teams in the Fundraising and Marketing department to ensure events they are fully briefed on upcoming events

    • Working with the Community Fundraising team to support our local committees and individuals who fundraise for individual resources, providing fundraising material and writing thank you letters to ensure our supporters develop a deeper connection with Jewish Care and remain engaged with the work of the charity.

    • Working with the Major Gifts team in lead up to the annual Campaign dinner.

     What you'll need:

    • University degree or equivalent is desirable but not essential

    • Experience working or volunteering in the charity sector

    • Experience of working as part of a team

    • Experience of working independently, flexibly and using your own initiative

    • Experience of managing multiple projects simultaneously

    • Experience of office administration; using Microsoft Office (Excel, Outlook and Word)

    • Ability to prioritise, manage own workload which will be busy and varied

    • Excellent literacy skills and attention to detail – the ability to produce accurate written work (emails, letters and copy for other marketing materials)

    • Excellent administrative and IT skills, including proficiency in the use of databases 

    • Ability to work on own initiative and within a team and is able to build effective working relationships and establish credibility with donors and colleagues

    • Proactive nature and positive attitude with donors and colleagues

    • Commitment to delivering high quality, flexible and responsive customer service

    • Strong commitment to the Jewish Care values and providing an excellent customer experience.

    • Motivated to develop knowledge of the community and how the Jewish Care fundraising team works with key members of the community 

    Events in the calendar are outside of normal working hours, so this role requires flexibility and willingness to work unsocial hours, particularly in the run up to large events.  

    This post is full time for 36.25 hours per week.

    Barnet Golders Green, Greater London, England 19-02-2018 Central Support Permanent £ 21420 21420 YEAR

    Administrator - Quality & Customer Experience

    Barnet

    £8,902 + Benefits
    Annual

    The Quality and Customer Experience department is a small team with organisational reach. Its focus is on business improvement, sharing insights from those who experience services in a way that enthuses others to celebrate the good and learn from mistakes. Reporting to the Chief Executive, Quality and Customer Experience interfaces...

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    The Quality and Customer Experience department is a small team with organisational reach. Its focus is on business improvement, sharing insights from those who experience services in a way that enthuses others to celebrate the good and learn from mistakes. Reporting to the Chief Executive, Quality and Customer Experience interfaces with our wider compliance work (safeguarding, clinical practice, data protection, information governance, health and safety, legal, business assurance, etc); with the community services management team; and with those responsible for delivering high quality services across our care homes and community resources. 

    Your role will be to efficiently and accurately meet the administrative needs of the department.

    What you'll be doing:

    • Ensuring the keeping of accurate and comprehensive records, in relation to all administration necessary for the smooth functioning of the department
    • Login compliments and complaints on a database, diarise timeframes for response, and run reports from the database
    • Alerting colleagues to upcoming deadlines for response and support them in running the complaints process to schedule
    • Preparing correspondence such as acknowledgement and update letters
    • Managing diaries, schedule and minute meetings, set up and maintain electronic and physical filing systems
    • Supporting the administration of surveys, evaluations, and other departmental and organisational initiatives.
    • Liaising with Quality Volunteers to obtain records of outcomes of their meetings in resources, administer their expenses claims, and encourage them in their roles.
    • Undertaking all administrative duties as reasonably required by the Quality Manager and the Head of Quality & Customer Experience and support them in their day to day roles.
    • Engaging positively with all internal and external contacts, working in line with Jewish Care’s values of integrity and excellence, being inclusive, creative, and enabling
    • Responding non-judgementally to calls from complainants, taking details accurately, sharing information with departmental colleagues and following established processes
    • Liaising with resources and central colleagues as required, relaying information accurately and non-judgmentally
    • Actively participate in initiatives to support the work of the department (e.g. to support the completion of surveys)
    • Take minutes of the Quality and Customer Experience Strategic Committee and the Quality Volunteers’ Committee
    • Distribute quality committee agendas, papers and minutes following their approval by the Head of Quality and Customer Experience

    What you'll need

    • Previous administrative experience, ideally in a fast-paced customer service or quality assurance environment
    • Experience of establishing, developing, and maintaining electronic and paper filing systems
    • Good literacy and numeracy skills.
    • Accuracy and attention to detail
    • Ability to summarise, and to enter data accurately at speed
    • Ability to generate reports from a database
    • Excellent organisational skills
    • Flexible and positive “can do” attitude and a creative approach
    • Ability to interact positively and non-judgementally with complainants and colleagues
    • Proficient user of Microsoft Office applications including Word, Excel, PowerPoint; easily able to assimilate other software packages including Microsoft Dynamics.
    • Ability to deliver accurate high quality work and to quickly get up to speed when coming back into the office after non-working days
    • A constructive team player
    • A positive approach to challenging situations in order to achieve successful outcomes
    • Willingness to work into the early evening on occasions (likely to be once per quarter) to minute committee meetings.
    • Excellent communication skills

    This post is part time for 2 days per week (16 hours) with an actual salary of £8,902 per annum

    As part of the interview process selected candidates will be asked to provide a supporting statement outlining their suitability for the role. Prior to interview candidates will be asked to complete a short online assessment, which will tell us a little more about you. Interviews will include an administration exercise, literacy assessment, and a face to face interview.

    This vacancy will close on Sunday 4th March 2018, shortlisting will commence Monday 5th March with the forseen date of interview is 12th March 2018

    Barnet Golders Green, Greater London, England 19-02-2018 Central Support Permanent £ 8902 8902 YEAR

    Business Manager (Hotel Services)

    Barnet

    £40,000 - £41,620 + Benefits
    Annual

    This permanent role is based at our Betty Asher Loftus Centre in Friern Barnet. The working hours are 36.25 each week with occasional Evening & Weekend work. Jewish Care is a leading communal organisation. It is the largest health and social care charity for the Jewish community in the UK, caring...

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    This permanent role is based at our Betty Asher Loftus Centre in Friern Barnet. The working hours are 36.25 each week with occasional Evening & Weekend work. Jewish Care is a leading communal organisation. It is the largest health and social care charity for the Jewish community in the UK, caring for nearly 7,000 people every week. Approximately 1500 staff from multi-cultural backgrounds together with 3,000 volunteers help to maintain our services. It provides a wide range of services to help meet the community’s physical, social and emotional needs, both directly and in partnership with other organisations. We care & support many people including; older people with dementia, disabilities, mental health needs and Holocaust survivors and many more.

    The role provides specific operational and financial management within Hotel Services and assist in the development and control of policy relating to Hotel Services. The Hotel Services division provides a full Catering and Housekeeping service to our day centres and residential homes. 

    This permanent role is based at our Betty Asher Loftus Centre in Friern Barnet. The working hours are 36.25 each week with occasional evening & weekend work.

    Principal Accountabilities / Responsibilities

    • Monitor expenditure against budget for all assigned cost centres to ensure savings are maximised, overspends are minimised, and variances are accounted for and reported.
    • Formulate improvement projects with specialist colleagues and monitor progress against planned costs and timescales to ensure targets are met
    • Check hotel services staff hours actual against budgets and highlight discrepancies to Resource Managers for further investigation in order to control salary expenditure
    • Ensure Business Partners are performing to contractual specifications and local requirements by regularly assessing, monitoring and directing the team
    • Support and guide Hotel Services staff in their duties to ensure defined procedures are fulfilled consistently through regular reviews and performance management
    • Explore all opportunities to maximise income potential and compile focussed action plans to: i) address issues that are raised and ii) act on opportunities for improvements
    • Work with specialist colleagues to ensure all Purchasers needs and demands are met by our provision and supply, and to support the formulation of plans to address significant gaps
    • Develop Hotel Services operating policies and management controls
    • Develop financial monitoring tools to ensure constant review of expenditure

     Experience and Qualifications

    • A background of Hotel Services management within the commercial sector in a role such as an Operations or General Manager, or Facilities Manager with experience in a role with broad remits and budget ownership. 
    • Considerable experience within a business management role. 
    • Can work operationally and strategically. 
    • Able to manage and co-ordinate a wide variety of areas of responsibility (Catering, cleaning, marketing, finance, FM, administration). 
    • Proven experience in formulating and implementing strategies. 
    • Excellent communication (verbal and written). 
    • Proven experience in formulating and monitoring budgets. 
    • Qualified at an equivalent to NVQ L4 or above or proven experience and competence in one of the roles listed above

    Jewish Care aims to make a positive impact on the lives of Jewish people by creating excellent social care that enhances well-being and inspires them to stay connected to their community.  The organisation is committed to finding innovative solutions tailored to the people who use our services.  We are a proud to be multi award winning organisation. Prestigious awards and accolades we have received include; The Skills for Care Best Employer for over 250 people, The Investors in People Gold standard and the Customer Service Excellence Standard.

     

    Barnet Friern Barnet, Greater London, England 15-02-2018 Central Support Permanent £ 40000 41620 YEAR

    Digital Marketing Executive

    Barnet

    £27,030 + Benefits
    Annual

    The role would suit a strong digital person who is creative, dynamic and proactive, they should also be collaborative in their approach. There’s real breadth to this role, as the person in position would be working with colleagues across all areas of the organisation from fundraising & marketing to our...

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    The role would suit a strong digital person who is creative, dynamic and proactive, they should also be collaborative in their approach. There’s real breadth to this role, as the person in position would be working with colleagues across all areas of the organisation from fundraising & marketing to our services, volunteers and HR team to help promote and engage people with the work of the charity. This role would be well suited to someone who would enjoy working as part of a fun, enthusiastic and very busy marketing team for an amazing cause. This person will mainly be responsible for creating, implementing and managing all of Jewish Care’s email communications & digital banner adverts. 

    What you'll be doing:

    • Execute all digital marketing activity plans for Jewish Care in association with the Digital Marketing Manager to ensure digital integration across all of our marketing
    • Design, create and implement all external email communications targeting Jewish Care supporters, volunteers and service users to promote our events, work and services
    • Design, create and implement all internal email communications targeting Jewish Care staff to engage staff in news & events around the organisation to help them feel connected
    • Design, create and implement Digital banner adverts to help promote different services we offer throughout the year to drive traffic to our website • Make updates to the organisation’s website and source new images to be uploaded to ensure up to date content and information that reflects the Jewish Care brand 
    • Source and populate content on the social media content calendar to be used across digital channels.
    • To support the Digital Marketing Manager in developing a PPC strategy for Jewish Care
    • Produce reports and analysis for key stakeholders across digital channels and banner advert performance to formulate recommendations and optimisation 

    What you'll need:

    • GCSE passes in English & Maths (essential)
    • At least two years digital marketing experience (preferably in a charity, but not essential)
    • Extremely competent with PhotoShop, MailChimp, creating email templates and very strong digital design skills
    • Good copy writing skills
    • Experience of updating web copy and images
    • Competent with Google Analytics and analysing data to provide reports
    • Basic HTML coding skills
    • Administrative and Organisational Skills
    • Excellent time management and organisational skills, including project implementation
    • Proficiency with Microsoft Office package including Outlook, Internet Explorer, Word, Excel and PowerPoint (essential)

     This post is full time and permanent for 36.25 hours per week (Monday to Friday).

    Closing date for applications is Sunday 18th February 2018. Shortlisting will commence Monday 19th February.

     

    Barnet Golders Green, Greater London, England 05-02-2018 Central Support Permanent £ 27030 27030 YEAR

    L&D Adviser / Trainer - Digital

    Barnet

    £30,000 + Benefits
    Annual

    As a digital skills trainer, you will be responsible for identifying training needs, producing up to date training materials and designing and delivering engaging training in a range of digital and IT applications. You will also be a key person on a number of our key projects with a digital...

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    As a digital skills trainer, you will be responsible for identifying training needs, producing up to date training materials and designing and delivering engaging training in a range of digital and IT applications. You will also be a key person on a number of our key projects with a digital focus – including implementing our Learning Management system, co-ordinating our e-learning offering and updating our Corporate induction.  You will have strong interpersonal skills and a demonstrable enthusiasm for learning.

    You will be a person who stays up to date with current digital training trends and provides creative ideas about how these can be successfully applied. You will be part of the Learning and Development team and will work collaboratively with colleagues across the organisation.

    What you'll be doing:

    • Working collaboratively with colleagues and volunteers to understand the training needs for systems and applications in use in the organisation.
    • Assist the organisation to identify and prioritise training needs in relation to new and future software, and identifying the best delivery method for each development need.
    • Coaching staff and working with them to enable quick uptake of our IT systems – including Sharepoint, Office 365 and other related systems.
    • Evaluating the effectiveness of training and learning outcomes.
    • Producing and maintaining up to date training materials, such as quick reference guides, blog posts, short e-learning demos and trainer scripts.
    • Mentoring and upskilling other colleagues and Jewish Care volunteers in the subject matter, content, and course delivery techniques.
    • Raising awareness and promoting training to different groups of staff during face to face meetings, presentations and events.
    • Staying up to date with current training design and delivery trends and providing creative ideas as to how these could be successfully tailored and applied in Jewish Care.
    • Providing excellent customer service to all staff in a way that will motivate and empower them to develop their digital skills.
    • Be flexible and responsive to the different training needs of staff across Jewish Care, and be sensitive and considerate in how these are addressed.

    What you'll need:

    • A relevant teaching or training qualification (Desirable)
    • A strong digital/IT training record (minimum of two years)
    • Experience of working with staff and volunteers at all levels of the organisation.
    • Experience of developing training programmes for in-house staff.
    • Experience of leading on the design, production and delivery of new training and associated materials.
    • Experience of working with a variety of relevant software applications and systems.
    • Experience of training people with varying degrees of IT knowledge and abilities.
    • Strong interpersonal skills to support our diverse workforce
    • Knowledge of Office 365, Windows 10 and SharePoint with particular emphasis on Outlook, Word, Excel, OneNote and OneDrive
    • Previous experience of using databases
    Barnet Golders Green, Greater London, England 29-01-2018 Central Support Permanent £ 30000 30000 YEAR
  • Registered General Nurse [Nights - Care Home]

    Barnet

    £32,645 + Benefits
    Annual

    This is a full-time (Night) position working at our Lady Sarah Cohen House - Residential Care Home, based in Friern Barnet. This role will provide all activities to residents. Working closely with the Care Manager/Registered Manager, the post holder will manage, support and supervise a group of up to 8 carers...

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    This is a full-time (Night) position working at our Lady Sarah Cohen House - Residential Care Home, based in Friern Barnet. This role will provide all activities to residents. Working closely with the Care Manager/Registered Manager, the post holder will manage, support and supervise a group of up to 8 carers.  Lady Sarah Cohen House is in the Borough of Barnet and provides personal care and nursing care to 120 residents. There are approximately 120 members of staff, nursing and care, who together with management, administrative, recreational and maintenance personnel as well as volunteers provide all care and services to the residents. 

    Weekly Hours: 40.25 hours 

    Principal accountabilities / responsibilities of the Registered General Nurse

    • To lead an effective, motivated and committed team of care staff providing residents with person centred care that will meet their personal, physical, social and psychological needs in accordance with National Care Standards, GSCC Code of Conduct and organisational values.
    • To be responsible for and contribute to the preparation of care plans, their updating and review by the care team, to be relevant to each individual resident’s needs. This should be done in consultation with residents, advocates and their families.
    • To ensure effective, open and positive communication within the Home including residents, staff, relatives, volunteers, other professionals and all visitors to the home, using the Key Working system, as appropriate. All of which must be recorded and documented to agreed standards and timescales. To be accountable for the safe-keeping, storage, administration, ordering, recording and handling of drugs in accordance with current legislation and NMC guidelines.
    • To take responsibility for keeping relevant records in accordance with professional, organizational and regulatory standards (e.g. CQC, Jewish Care, NMC) and ensure others also keep appropriate records to agreed standards.
    • To ensure the proper and relevant assessment and induction of staff and residents into the Home according to the GSCC Code of Conduct, organisational and National Standards.
    • To be responsible for the unit in the absence of the care manager or senior nurse.
    • To ensure well-being of residents and security of the building by carrying out regular checks to ensure all criteria’s are met.
    • To report to and alert the Care Manager or Registered Manager of any untoward incident, significant occurrences or anything that may impact on the service or care provisions.
    • To keep abreast of Jewish Care’s policies and procedures as well as other professional and regulatory guidelines and standards ensuring that they are followed at all times.
    • To contribute to the correct stock control and ensuring that consumables required for operations are available.

     Requirements for the RGN:

    • RGN or RMN, registered with NMC
    • Post basic qualification relevant to care of older people is highly desirable
    • Experience and evidence of leading and supporting an effective motivated and committed team in the health or the social care sector
    • Experience of working with older people in an environment that promotes choice, wellbeing, diversity and protection
    • Evidence of promoting best practice in Safeguarding Adults
    • Good literacy and numeracy skills as well as ability to communicate effectively (Good telephone manner)
    • Ability to plan and monitor care for residents and other ‘activities’ necessary for the provision of care (i.e. ordering medication etc)
    • Good Computer skills (word, email) is highly desirable
    • Active practice of administration of medicine and understanding of the regulations regarding administration and storage of medicine
    • Evidence of understanding of confidentiality and data protection
    • Ability to provide learning, training and development opportunities for staff
    • Ability to deputise in the absence of a senior manager

     

    Barnet Barnet, Greater London, England 13-02-2018 Nursing Permanent £ 32645 32645 YEAR

    Relief Registered General Nurse [Care Home]

    Redbridge

    £32,645 + Benefits
    Annual

    This role will provide all activities to residents. Working closely with the Care Manager/Registered Manager, the post holder will manage, support and supervise a group of up to 8 carers.  

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    This role will provide all activities to residents. Working closely with the Care Manager/Registered Manager, the post holder will manage, support and supervise a group of up to 8 carers.  

    We are looking for Relief  RGN's to work on an as when required basis, typical weekly hours: 40.25 hours (We have night shift opportunities as well)

    Principal accountabilities / responsibilities of the Registered General Nurse

    • To lead an effective, motivated and committed team of care staff providing residents with person centred care that will meet their personal, physical, social and psychological needs in accordance with National Care Standards, GSCC Code of Conduct and organisational values.
    • To be responsible for and contribute to the preparation of care plans, their updating and review by the care team, to be relevant to each individual resident’s needs. This should be done in consultation with residents, advocates and their families.
    • To ensure effective, open and positive communication within the Home including residents, staff, relatives, volunteers, other professionals and all visitors to the home, using the Key Working system, as appropriate. All of which must be recorded and documented to agreed standards and timescales. To be accountable for the safe-keeping, storage, administration, ordering, recording and handling of drugs in accordance with current legislation and NMC guidelines.
    • To take responsibility for keeping relevant records in accordance with professional, organizational and regulatory standards (e.g. CQC, Jewish Care, NMC) and ensure others also keep appropriate records to agreed standards.
    • To ensure the proper and relevant assessment and induction of staff and residents into the Home according to the GSCC Code of Conduct, organisational and National Standards.
    • To be responsible for the unit in the absence of the care manager or senior nurse.
    • To ensure well-being of residents and security of the building by carrying out regular checks to ensure all criteria’s are met.
    • To report to and alert the Care Manager or Registered Manager of any untoward incident, significant occurrences or anything that may impact on the service or care provisions.
    • To keep abreast of Jewish Care’s policies and procedures as well as other professional and regulatory guidelines and standards ensuring that they are followed at all times.
    • To contribute to the correct stock control and ensuring that consumables required for operations are available.

     Requirements for the RGN:

    • RGN or RMN, registered with NMC
    • Post basic qualification relevant to care of older people is highly desirable
    • Experience and evidence of leading and supporting an effective motivated and committed team in the health or the social care sector
    • Experience of working with older people in an environment that promotes choice, wellbeing, diversity and protection
    • Evidence of promoting best practice in Safeguarding Adults
    • Good literacy and numeracy skills as well as ability to communicate effectively (Good telephone manner)
    • Ability to plan and monitor care for residents and other ‘activities’ necessary for the provision of care (i.e. ordering medication etc)
    • Good Computer skills (word, email) is highly desirable
    • Active practice of administration of medicine and understanding of the regulations regarding administration and storage of medicine
    • Evidence of understanding of confidentiality and data protection
    • Ability to provide learning, training and development opportunities for staff
    • Ability to deputise in the absence of a senior manager

     

    Redbridge Ilford, Greater London, England 12-02-2018 Nursing Permanent £ 32645 32645 YEAR

    Relief Registered General Nurse [Days/Nights]

    Harrow

    £15.55 + Benefits
    Hourly

    This role will provide all activities to residents. Working closely with the Care Manager/Registered Manager, the post holder will manage, support and supervise a group of up to 8 carers.  

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    The Role

    This role will provide all activities to residents. Working closely with the Care Manager/Registered Manager, the post holder will manage, support and supervise a group of up to 8 carers.  

     We have opportunities for Days and Nights

    Principal accountabilities / responsibilities of the Registered General Nurse

    • To lead an effective, motivated and committed team of care staff providing residents with person centred care that will meet their personal, physical, social and psychological needs in accordance with National Care Standards, GSCC Code of Conduct and organisational values.
    • To be responsible for and contribute to the preparation of care plans, their updating and review by the care team, to be relevant to each individual resident’s needs. This should be done in consultation with residents, advocates and their families.
    • To ensure effective, open and positive communication within the Home including residents, staff, relatives, volunteers, other professionals and all visitors to the home, using the Key Working system, as appropriate. All of which must be recorded and documented to agreed standards and timescales. To be accountable for the safe-keeping, storage, administration, ordering, recording and handling of drugs in accordance with current legislation and NMC guidelines.
    • To take responsibility for keeping relevant records in accordance with professional, organizational and regulatory standards (e.g. CQC, Jewish Care, NMC) and ensure others also keep appropriate records to agreed standards.
    • To ensure the proper and relevant assessment and induction of staff and residents into the Home according to the GSCC Code of Conduct, organisational and National Standards.
    • To be responsible for the unit in the absence of the care manager or senior nurse.
    • To ensure well-being of residents and security of the building by carrying out regular checks to ensure all criteria’s are met.
    • To report to and alert the Care Manager or Registered Manager of any untoward incident, significant occurrences or anything that may impact on the service or care provisions.
    • To keep abreast of Jewish Care’s policies and procedures as well as other professional and regulatory guidelines and standards ensuring that they are followed at all times.
    • To contribute to the correct stock control and ensuring that consumables required for operations are available.

     Requirements for the RGN:

    • RGN or RMN, registered with NMC
    • Post basic qualification relevant to care of older people is highly desirable
    • Experience and evidence of leading and supporting an effective motivated and committed team in the health or the social care sector
    • Experience of working with older people in an environment that promotes choice, wellbeing, diversity and protection
    • Evidence of promoting best practice in Safeguarding Adults
    • Good literacy and numeracy skills as well as ability to communicate effectively (Good telephone manner)
    • Ability to plan and monitor care for residents and other ‘activities’ necessary for the provision of care (i.e. ordering medication etc)
    • Good Computer skills (word, email) is highly desirable
    • Active practice of administration of medicine and understanding of the regulations regarding administration and storage of medicine
    • Evidence of understanding of confidentiality and data protection
    • Ability to provide learning, training and development opportunities for staff
    • Ability to deputise in the absence of a senior manager

     

    Harrow Harrow, Greater London, England 12-02-2018 Nursing Temporary £ 15.55 15.55 HOUR
  • The post holder will be responsible for managing the existing services at The Leonard Sainer Centre for People living with Dementia in the Edgware, Harrow and Hertfordshire region.  Some services will operate outside of the building at Leonard Sainer Centre and will include satellite groups and activities in this region...

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    The post holder will be responsible for managing the existing services at The Leonard Sainer Centre for People living with Dementia in the Edgware, Harrow and Hertfordshire region.  Some services will operate outside of the building at Leonard Sainer Centre and will include satellite groups and activities in this region in different buildings and outreach activities in people’s own homes, with the aim of engaging people living with dementia within the Jewish community in recreational, physical, creative and social activities to combat isolation and engage them within their community.  They will also be responsible for developing relationships with local communal organisations and local authority departments encouraging partnership projects.  

    Demographic changes within the Jewish community have impacted upon the need to provide services in different geographic locations.  Changes in Local Authority funding policies have negatively impacted on people’s abilities to access existing services.  It is also a time of greater awareness and knowledge about dementia and there are many new possibilities to develop pioneering services.   Development strategies need to be implemented to respond to these realities, changes and opportunities, for example:

    • Develop an outreach dimension to the Leonard Sainer Services that will provide “activities at home” for people living with dementia.  And develop satellite groups/centres in the locality according to the demand from people living with dementia and their carers

    •Develop the use of the Leonard Sainer building to be used as a base for a multi-disciplinary team including, Community Support/ Social Workers

    •Be outward looking and be working with local Rabbonim and lay leaders within the community together with other local and Jewish communal organisations as well as the local authority and other social welfare organisations

    •Be part of the team of Managers of Centres for People Living with Dementia who meet on a regular basis and will have a senior role within the team.   They will also be part of the Senior Managers Forum within Jewish Care 

    •Responsible for a budget of around £222k with a deficit of around £80k (the budget will grow as services are developed). They will initially also be responsible for a staff team to include 1 Centre Coordinator, 2 Dementia Support and Outreach Practitioners, 1 part time Administrator and 1 part time Housekeeper/ Caterer.  The team will grow as services develop.  Manage and develop a team of volunteers

    •Facility manage the premises, the transport fleet if needed (not currently in place). Also manage external relationship tied to the management of buildings/centres where new satellite services will be held

    The post holder will be directly responsible for managing the Leonard Sainer Services budget. They will line manage 1 Centre Coordinator, 2 Dementia Support and Outreach Workers, 1 part time administrator, 1 part-time housekeeper and bank staff (as needed).  It is envisaged that staff and volunteer numbers will increase in accordance with the successful expansion of the service.  In addition, there is responsibility for volunteers in the service (currently 30).  They will have a relationship focused approach to the day to day running of the services.  Every opportunity is taken to include the people who use the services in decisions and every individual’s perspective is appreciated.  Jewish Care is a community based organisation and the manager of the centre maintains close links with the Jewish Community that it serves.  They will work towards implementing achievable third sector aspects of the National Dementia Strategy, implementing the Jewish Care volunteer strategy and aligning our business strategy to the Personalisation Agenda which is transforming how people with dementia are funded.  Jewish Care is a member of the Dementia Action Alliance and the Service Manager supports this national initiative.

    They will have regular monthly meetings with the Service Manager and on-going contact on as and when required basis. Issues consulted upon can include day to day running of the services, issues relating to individuals who use the services, staff and volunteers, and business management.  Jewish Care request weekly, monthly and annual reports on various aspects of the services.

    What you'll will need:

    • QCF- level 5 /NVQ level 4 and/or leadership qualification

    • Experience of managing a team, including undertaking training, supervision, recruitment and people management

    • Experience of working in and/or managing services for people living with dementia

    • Experience of consulting with service users and identifying development opportunities

    • A track record of developing and maintaining effective relationships with regulatory and/or funding bodies

    • Experience of Managing a Jewish communal service/resource and/or managing in the voluntary sector

    • Experience of co-ordinating and managing a complex service or activity

    • Experience of managing and reviewing budgets

    • Experience of working with volunteers

    • Experience of community development

    • Experioence of fundraising and marketing

    • Experience of conducting assessments with the people who wish to use the services

    • Experience of of leading staff in reflective practice

    • Experience of developing and implementing plans to optimise service delivery within a climate of budget constraints

    • A knowledge of Health & Safety awareness

    • A knowledge of disability legislation and an awareness of issues relating to disability

    • A knowledge of Community Care legislation

    • Be familiar with issues facing people living with dementia

    •Understanding of the cultural needs of the Jewish Community

    •Strong IT skills, notably financial tools

    This post is for 39 hours per week, and open to employees to Jewish Care Only.

    The vacvancy will close on 28 February 2018.  For a full job description please email Darren Martin, dmartin@jcare.org 

    Harrow Edgware, Greater London, England 13-02-2018 Community Support and Social Work Permanent £ 16.75 16.75 HOUR
  • Executive Chef

    Barnet

    £35,000 + Benefits
    Annual

    The role of Executive Chef will involve the delivery of Hotel Services within Jewish Care Homes and Community Centres. This post holder will be responsible for the effective delivery of food services to an excellent standard.  Accountable for food standards, meeting Health & Safety Regulations, financial controls, management and development...

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    The role of Executive Chef will involve the delivery of Hotel Services within Jewish Care Homes and Community Centres. This post holder will be responsible for the effective delivery of food services to an excellent standard.  Accountable for food standards, meeting Health & Safety Regulations, financial controls, management and development of teams and effective communication.

    This role is based at Lady Sarah Cohen House, Friern Barnet

    Principal Accountabilities / Responsibilities

    • To ensure all food hygiene and Health & Safety practices are monitored, met and recorded in line with organisational policies and current legislation
    • Ensure all food produced is to the agreed standard, developing innovative approaches to ensure market trends and cultural requirements are met
    • To work within the agreed budget, administer unit controls and consistently seek and implement ways of improving to enhance the quality and cost effectiveness of the service
    • Manage financial and administrative requirements to ensure Jewish Care budgets and Policies are adhered to.
    • To ensure that individual learning needs are met through provision of high quality training and development to inspire learners in developing their skills and capabilities
    • To keep abreast of best practice within the Catering sector to ensure Jewish Care’s training and development remains relevant and innovative.
    • To lead and motivate the team to ensure agreed qualitative outcomes are achieved and customer service expectations are achieved and maintained

    Experience

    • Minimum of 2 years’ experience in a Hospitality leadership role, preferably multi-site operation
    • Experience in developing a team
    • Experience of working to deadlines and adhering to budgetary requirements

    Qualifications

    • City & Guilds 706 (level 1 or 2) or equivalent
    • Current Advanced Food Safety Certificate or willingness to undertake statutory requirements

    Driving Results

    • Ability to prioritise and manage own workload to meet deadlines, can work under pressure
    • Can focus on the “big” picture to ensure solutions align to departmental and organisational objectives

    Communication

    • Evidence of high energy, enthusiasm, with a motivational communication style
    • Good verbal and written communication and ability to deliver assessments, feedback and developmental messages
    • Excellent IT skills, can coach others
    • Tenacious, excellent influencing skills
    • Ability to manage conflict in challenging situations to a positive outcome
    • To ensure clear methods of communication with all stakeholders to guarantee high delivery of service is achieved

    Managing Performance

    • Can demonstrate the ability to use initiative and work independently without direct supervision
    • Positive ‘can do’ and flexible attitude
    • Can prioritise workload to ensure deadlines are met
    • Ability to carry out regular, effective and documented 1-1 meeting and supervision with team
    • Demonstrate strong leadership and management skills

    Supporting People

    • Can build supportive, trusting relationships with others
    • Demonstrates a passion for developing people
    • Can demonstrate an understanding of the challenge of and sensitivity needed to care and support vulnerable people

    Development

    • Can take responsibility for their own development, willing to attend appropriate training
    • Commitment to collaborative working and delivery a high quality, flexible and responsive service internally and supporting partners in the community
    • Able to work independently and on own initiative.
    • Commitment to all team development and supporting individuals
    • Willing to develop an in depth knowledge of catering within the care sector

    Jewish Care Priorities

    • Strong commitment to the Jewish Care values, providing an excellent customer experience in a multicultural environment
    • Can demonstrate a willingness to learn about and adapt to the Jewish way of life and its impact on providing care within the community
    • Motivated to develop knowledge of the community and how the service operates within it
    Barnet Friern Barnet, Greater London, England 06-02-2018 Catering and Housekeeping Permanent £ 35000 35000 YEAR

    Chef Manager

    Redbridge

    £23,897 + Benefits
    Annual

    This chef manager position is based at our Redbridge Jewish Community Centre. The role of Chef Manager will involve the delivery of Hotel Services within Jewish Care Homes and Community Centres. This position will be responsible for the effective delivery and food services to an excellent standard. Accountable for food standards...

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    This chef manager position is based at our Redbridge Jewish Community Centre. The role of Chef Manager will involve the delivery of Hotel Services within Jewish Care Homes and Community Centres. This position will be responsible for the effective delivery and food services to an excellent standard. Accountable for food standards, meeting Health & Safety Regulations, financial controls, management and development of teams and effective communication. The 350 Hotel services team members form part of the Operations Department based in all Resources at Jewish Care.  

    37.5 hours per week worked 5 days out of 7 including weekends

     Principal Accountabilities / Responsibilities

    • To ensure all food hygiene and Health & Safety practices are monitored, met and recorded in line with organisational policies and current legislations. Ensure all food produced is to the agreed standard, developing innovative approaches ensuring market trends and cultural requirements are met.
    • To work within the agreed budget, administer unit controls in line with budget and consistently seek and implement ways of improving the quality and cost effectiveness of the service.
    • Manage financial and administrative requirements to ensure Jewish Care budgets and Policies are adhered to.
    • To ensure that individual learning needs are met through provision of high quality training and development to inspire learners in developing their skills and capabilities.
    • To keep abreast of best practice within the Catering sector to ensure Jewish Care’s training and development remains relevant and innovative.
    • To lead and motivate the team to ensure agreed qualitative outcomes are achieved and customer service expectations are achieved and maintained. Delivery of a proactive, flexible and positive customer experience to ensure individual service users’ needs are met.

     Qualifications

    • City & Guilds 706 1/2 or equivalent
    • Current Advanced Food Safety Certificate or willingness to undertake statutory requirements.

     Experience

    • Can demonstrate significant experience in a Hospitality leadership role, preferably multi-site operation.
    • Experience in developing a team.
    • Experience of working to deadlines and adhering to budgetary requirements.
    Redbridge Redbridge, Greater London, England 06-02-2018 Catering and Housekeeping Permanent £ 23897 23897 YEAR

    Chef Manager

    Southend

    £20,805 + Benefits
    Annual

    This Chef Manager position is based at our Southend & Westcliff Community Centre. The role of Chef Manager will involve the delivery of Hotel Services within Jewish Care Homes and Community Centres. This position will be responsible for the effective delivery and food services to an excellent standard. Accountable for food...

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    This Chef Manager position is based at our Southend & Westcliff Community Centre. The role of Chef Manager will involve the delivery of Hotel Services within Jewish Care Homes and Community Centres. This position will be responsible for the effective delivery and food services to an excellent standard. Accountable for food standards, meeting Health & Safety Regulations, financial controls, management and development of teams and effective communication.The 350 Hotel services team members form part of the Operations Department based in all Resources at Jewish Care. 

    This post is based at our Southend & Westcliff Community Centre. 

    37.5 hours per week to be worked Monday to Friday with occasional Sundays and Evenings

     Principal Accountabilities / Responsibilities

    • To ensure all food hygiene and Health & Safety practices are monitored, met and recorded in line with organisational policies and current legislations. Ensure all food produced is to the agreed standard, developing innovative approaches ensuring market trends and cultural requirements are met.
    • To work within the agreed budget, administer unit controls in line with budget and consistently seek and implement ways of improving the quality and cost effectiveness of the service.
    • Manage financial and administrative requirements to ensure Jewish Care budgets and Policies are adhered to.
    • To ensure that individual learning needs are met through provision of high quality training and development to inspire learners in developing their skills and capabilities.
    • To keep abreast of best practice within the Catering sector to ensure Jewish Care’s training and development remains relevant and innovative.
    • To lead and motivate the team to ensure agreed qualitative outcomes are achieved and customer service expectations are achieved and maintained. Delivery of a proactive, flexible and positive customer experience to ensure individual service users’ needs are met.

     Qualifications

    • City & Guilds 706 1/2 or equivalent of Current Advanced Food Safety Certificate or willingness to undertake statutory requirements.

    Experience

    • Can demonstrate significant experience in a Hospitality leadership role, preferably multi-site operation.
    • Experience in developing a team.
    • Experience of working to deadlines and adhering to budgetary requirements. 
    Southend Southend on Sea, Essex, England 06-02-2018 Catering and Housekeeping Permanent £ 20805 20805 YEAR

    Executive Chef

    Redbridge

    £30,600 + Benefits
    Annual

    This Executive Chef position is based at our Vi & John Rubens House, Care Home in Ilford London. The role of Executive Chef will involve the delivery of Hotel Services within Jewish Care Homes and Community Centres. This position will be responsible for the effective delivery of food services to an...

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    This Executive Chef position is based at our Vi & John Rubens House, Care Home in Ilford London. The role of Executive Chef will involve the delivery of Hotel Services within Jewish Care Homes and Community Centres. This position will be responsible for the effective delivery of food services to an excellent standard.  Accountable for food standards, meeting Health & Safety Regulations, financial controls, management and development of teams and effective communication. The 350 Hotel services team members form part of the Operations Department based in all Resources at Jewish Care. The Head Office of which is based in Amelie House in Golders Green. 

    This post is full time for 40 hours per week worked 5 days out of 7 including weekends.

    Principal Accountabilities / Responsibilities  

    • To ensure all food hygiene and Health & Safety practices are monitored, met and recorded in line with organisational policies and current legislation.

    • Ensure all food produced is to the agreed standard, developing innovative approaches to ensure market trends and cultural requirements are met.

    • To work within the agreed budget, administer unit controls and consistently seek and implement ways of improving to enhance the quality and cost effectiveness of the service.

    • Manage financial and administrative requirements to ensure Jewish Care budgets and Policies are adhered to.

    • To ensure that individual learning needs are met through provision of high quality training and development to inspire learners in developing their skills and capabilities.

    • To keep abreast of best practice within the Catering sector to ensure Jewish Care’s training and development remains relevant and innovative.

    • To lead and motivate the team to ensure agreed qualitative outcomes are achieved and customer service expectations are achieved and maintained.

     Qualifications & Experience

    • Minimum of 2 years’ experience in a Hospitality leadership role, preferably multi-site operation.

    • Experience in developing a team.

    • Experience of working to deadlines and adhering to budgetary requirements.

    • City & Guilds 706 1/2 or equivalent.

    • Current Advanced Food Safety Certificate or willingness to undertake statutory requirements.

     

    Redbridge Ilford, Greater London, England 06-02-2018 Catering and Housekeeping Permanent £ 30600 30600 YEAR

    General Assistant [Kitchen]

    Redbridge

    £7.90 + Benefits
    Hourly

    This General Kitchen Assistant role is based at Redbridge Jewish Community Centre in Ilford. The job holder will be based at the resource delivering daily services to our customers on the campus, acting as an ambassador for the in-house catering and hospitality operation.  The catering facilities at the resource provide...

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    This General Kitchen Assistant role is based at Redbridge Jewish Community Centre in Ilford. The job holder will be based at the resource delivering daily services to our customers on the campus, acting as an ambassador for the in-house catering and hospitality operation.  The catering facilities at the resource provide an excellent standard of catering and hospitality to residents, day centre members and service users on the campus. The Catering and Hospitality team at all times represent Jewish Care and as such is welcoming and hospitable at all times.

    This General Kitchen Assistant role is based at Redbridge Jewish Community Centre in Ilford. The working hours are 14 hours each week working Monday & Tuesday only.

    Principal Accountabilities/Responsibilities

    • To undertake basic food preparation, i.e. vegetables, salads and sandwiches, to agreed timescales and standards
    • To clean and clear food preparation areas to agreed timescale and standards
    • To prepare food counter areas and dining areas for service to agreed timescales and standards and ensure their appearance is inviting and pleasing
    • To provide service of hot, cold food and beverages to ensure customers needs are met
    • To assist in preparation and service of hospitality and events to ensure agreed standards and timescales are met to ensure their success
    • To operate the till, taking payments, giving change and cashing up when required to agreed standards

    Job, Knowledge, Skills & Experience:

    • Basic Food Hygiene Certificate is required, however if not already attained, then the ability to undertake and pass this qualification is necessary
    • Basic literacy, verbal and numeracy skills
    • Previous experience as a kitchen assistant preferable
    • Able to cope with repeated, sustained pressure
    • Awareness of working in a multicultural environment
    • Knowledge of Health and Safety practices
    • Able to work flexibly on a rota basis
    • Committed to gaining further experience and knowledge

    Additional Information:

    • It is the responsibility of the post holder to attend training as and when required
    • The post holder must adhere to the dress code
    • Be aware of the Fire Procedure and understand the correct action to be taken in the event of a fire
    • Be aware of the responsibilities placed upon them under the Health and Safety at Work Act
    • On occasion assist in service at other local sites to ensure the needs of service users are met

      

    Redbridge Redbridge, Greater London, England 29-01-2018 Catering and Housekeeping Permanent £ 7.9 7.9 HOUR

    Housekeeping Assistant (part time)

    Redbridge

    £7.90 + Benefits
    Hourly

    The role of Housekeeping Assistant will involve the delivery of Hotel Services within Jewish Care Homes and Community Centres.  This position will be responsible for the effective delivery of housekeeping services to an excellent standard to meet Health & Safety Regulations.  Effective communication, ability to work well within a team...

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    The role of Housekeeping Assistant will involve the delivery of Hotel Services within Jewish Care Homes and Community Centres.  This position will be responsible for the effective delivery of housekeeping services to an excellent standard to meet Health & Safety Regulations.  Effective communication, ability to work well within a team and be flexible in their approach. This post is based at our Redbridge Jewish Community Centre. 

    This post is part time for 20 hours per week working 3pm -7pm (Sunday -Thursday).

    Principal Accountabilities / Responsibilities 

    • Ensure housekeeping activities are delivered to the required standard so that the highest standards of cleanliness are maintained across Jewish Care.
    • To ensure on all occasions safe and hygienic working practices are delivered in order to satisfy Health and Safety at Work and other statutory legislation.
    • To consistently deliver excellent customer service and build positive working relationships with colleagues and services, always responding to feedback to improve the housekeeping service

      Qualifications & Experience

    • Has an understanding of COSHH and Health & Safety in the workplace, or a willing to be trained
    • Can demonstrate experience in a similar role.

     

    Redbridge Redbridge, Greater London, England 29-01-2018 Catering and Housekeeping Permanent £ 7.9 7.9 HOUR

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