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  • Care Assistant

    Barnet

    £8.22 - £9.00 + Benefits
    Hourly

    This day residential care worker post is based at Kun Mor & George Kiss Residential Care Home 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...

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    This day residential care worker post is based at Kun Mor & George Kiss Residential Care Home 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. 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.

    WORKING PATTERN: 38.5 hours per week worked on a rota basis including weekends.

    This post is based at Kun Mor & George Kiss Residential Care Home in Friern Barnet.

    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 Friern Barnet, Greater London, England 2018-09-24 Care Permanent £ 8.22 9 HOUR

    Senior Care Assistant

    Barnet

    £10.04 - £10.58 + Benefits
    Hourly

    This role is based at our Kun Mor & George Kiss Home in Friern Barnet, London. The working hours are 40.25 hours per week, 8am to 8pm, worked on a day rota basis including weekends.

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    This role is based at our Kun Mor & George Kiss Home in Friern Barnet, London. The working hours are 40.25 hours per week, 8am to 8pm, worked on a day rota basis including weekends.

    The senior health care assistant role is based at our Kun Mor & George Kiss Home in Friern Barnet, London. 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 well-being, 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 role is based at our Kun Mor & George Kiss Home in Friern Barnet, London. The working hours are 40.25 hours per week, 8am to 8pm, worked on a day 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)

    Barnet Friern Barnet, Greater London, England 2018-09-24 Care Permanent £ 10.04 10.58 HOUR

    Social Activity Coordinator

    Barnet

    £23,604 + Benefits
    Annual

    This role is based at our Rubens House Care Home in Finchley, London, and is 39 hours per week.

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    This role is based at our Rubens House Care Home in Finchley, London, and is 39 hours per week.

    The purpose of this role is to support and promote a range of activities to integrate users into the social life of the centre. This will include both centre and outing based activities. You will provide support to help clients lead as independent a life as possible and take a person-centred approach in the care of the residents. The role will support both elderly residents with dementia, as well as younger adults with physical disabilities. You will provide stimulating recreational, educational and therapeutic activities which are in keeping with Jewish Care’s values

    What you'll be doing:

    • In consultation with residents, families, colleagues, and management, to develop and implement a programme of stimulating activities, including outings, that will meet the social, physical, and emotional needs of residents and enable them to lead as full a life as possible, paying attention to the needs of older adults with dementia, younger adults with physical disabilities or mental health challenges.
    • Ensuring that staff and appropriate resources are available to support the activity programme including transport and staffing for outings to agreed standards of the Registered Manager.
    • Maintaining agreed standards of social care to meet the needs of each resident using the key worker scheme to provide a person centred planned programme of care for each resident in order to promote meaningful lives
    • Monitoring budget for planned activities and ensure that staff and resources are available and meet budgetary constraints.
    • Manage volunteers, who assist with activities and outings, ensuring a supportive and appropriate framework is managed and maintained.
    • Ensure that all activities and transporting of residents is carried out as safely as possible, by carrying out risk assessments in line with health and safety and the well-being of residents
    • Report to the Registered Manager details of residents who become unwell on journeys, or who show signs of general distress or obvious physical or mental discomfort.

    What you'll need:

    • Relevant qualification for the post, e.g. general or specific course in recreational activity or equivalent.
    • QCF Level 2, promoting independence or a willingness to undertake QCF.
    • First Aid at Work Certificate or willingness to undertake first aid training.
    • Medication or willingness to undertake certificate to administer medication.
    • Experience of working with older people with dementia, adults with physical disabilities and younger adults with mental health challenges.
    • Experience of developing and implementing social activities within a care setting.
    • Experience of working with others, managing volunteers or staff that assist with activities.
    • Ability to organise and plan a person centred diverse social activity programme both in centre and outings.
    • A good knowledge of technical equipment set up, for example, projectors, computers, etc. with a knowledge in IT and applicable to some activities.
    • A knowledge of issues affecting the older adults with dementia, younger adults with physical disabilities and mental health challenges.


    Barnet Barnet, Greater London, England 2018-09-24 Care Permanent £ 23604 23604 YEAR

    Care Assistant

    Barnet

    £8.22 - £9.00 + 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.

    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 Barnet, Greater London, England 2018-09-20 Care Permanent £ 8.22 9 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 role is for a Night Care Assistant. You will be working at our Lady Sarah Cohen House - Residential Care Home, based in Friern Barnet.

    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 2018-09-20 Care Permanent £ 9.06 9.56 HOUR

    Care Assistant

    Barnet

    £8.22 - £9.00 + Benefits
    Hourly

    This care assistant position is based at our Lady Sarah Cohen House - Residential Nursing 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...

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    This care assistant position is based at our Lady Sarah Cohen House - Residential Nursing 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 Nursing 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 2018-09-20 Care Permanent £ 8.22 9 HOUR

    Relief Senior Care Assistant - Nights

    Barnet

    £10.04 - £10.58 + Benefits
    Hourly

    This role is based at Rubens House in North Finchley, N3 2NB. This post is for a Relief Senior Care Assistant to work on Night shifts on an as and when required basis.

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    This role is based at Rubens House in North Finchley, N3 2NB. This post is for a Relief Senior Care Assistant to work on Night shifts on an as and when required basis.

    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.

    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)

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

    In addition to Senior duties you will be expected to:

    • Work as part of the care team on shift
    • 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
    • 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
    • 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
    • Support others to maximise the delivery of care and support
    • 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
    • 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
    • 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 experience in 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 night shifts (including weekends)

    Barnet London, Greater London, England 2018-09-19 Care Contract £ 10.04 10.58 HOUR

    Relief Senior Care Assistant - Days

    Barnet

    £10.04 - £10.58 + Benefits
    Hourly

    This role is based at Rubens House in North Finchley, N3 2NB. This post is for a Relief Senior Care Assistant to work on day shifts on an as and when required basis.

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    This role is based at Rubens House in North Finchley, N3 2NB. This post is for a Relief Senior Care Assistant to work on day shifts on an as and when required basis.

    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.

    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)

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

    In addition to Senior duties you will be expected to:

    • Work as part of the care team on shift
    • 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
    • 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
    • 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
    • Support others to maximise the delivery of care and support
    • 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
    • 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
    • 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 experience in 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 night shifts (including weekends)

    Barnet London, Greater London, England 2018-09-19 Care Contract £ 10.04 10.58 HOUR

    Senior Care Assistant - Fixed Term Contract

    Barnet

    £10.04 - £10.58 + Benefits
    Hourly

    This role is based at Rubens House in North Finchley, N3 2NB. The working hours are 38.5 hours each week to be worked days on a rota basis and is fixed term for 6 months

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    This role is based at Rubens House in North Finchley, N3 2NB. The working hours are 38.5 hours each week to be worked days on a rota basis and is fixed term for 6 months

    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.

    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)

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

    In addition to Senior duties you will be expected to:

    • Work as part of the care team on shift
    • 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
    • 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
    • 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
    • Support others to maximise the delivery of care and support
    • 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
    • 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
    • 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 experience in 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 night shifts (including weekends)

    Barnet London, Greater London, England 2018-09-19 Care Permanent £ 10.04 10.58 HOUR

    Senior Care Assistant - Clore Manor

    Barnet

    £10.04 - £10.58 + Benefits
    Hourly

    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...

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    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.

    40.25 hours per week worked on a day 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)

    Barnet London, Greater London, England 2018-09-19 Care Permanent £ 10.04 10.58 HOUR

    Relief Senior Registered General Nurse

    Brighton and Hove

    £16.28 + Benefits
    Hourly

    In addition to undertaking all other clinical and non clinical nursing responsibilities, the Senior Nurses is in charge of the shift and oversees the nursing and care practice and assists the management team in the planning and delivery of seamless care and services to the residents of the home / unit.

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    In addition to undertaking all other clinical and non clinical nursing responsibilities, the Senior Nurses is in charge of the shift and oversees the nursing and care practice and assists the management team in the planning and delivery of seamless care and services to the residents of the home / unit.

    The Senior Nurse holds a key role in ensuring that all clinical and operational activities that are required for the provision of care are in place and running effectively. He / she also takes the lead in updating nursing practice and improving the standards of nursing and care delivery

    In the absence of a more senior member of staff in the home (care manager or registered manager) the senior nurse is expected to take the lead responsibility for the shift providing management support and guidance to the staff group on shift as well as being the key contact person for any inquiries, emergencies etc.

    What you’ll be doing:

    • In the absence of the Care Manager and / or Registered Manager, to take responsibility and accountability for the shift and act as the named person in charge.
    • Lead an effective, motivated and committed team of nurses and 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.
    • Ensure that good nursing and care practice are up to date with national and professional recommendations and that these are made clear to all staff and are implemented into practice.
    • To provide one to one supervision and performance reviews to nurses and carers as allocated.
    • Undertake responsibilities for the shift and be the named person in charge in the absence of the Care Manager and Registered Manager
    • 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.
    • Ensure effective, open and positive communication (verbal and written as appropriate) within the Home including residents, staff, relatives, volunteers, other professionals and all visitors to the home.
    • Demonstrating commitment to excellent customer service and representing the Home and Jewish Care in a professional manner.
    • Engage in meetings, supervision and hand-overs and encouraging reflective discussions.
    • Be accountable for the safe-keeping, storage, administration, ordering, recording and handling of drugs in accordance with current legislation and NMC guidelines.
    • 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.
    • Understand, respect and support the physical, psychological, social, spiritual needs of individuals and respond to these in a person-centred way.

    What you’ll need:

    • RGN or RMN, registered with NMC
    • Post basic qualification relevant to care of older people (desirable)
    • Recent 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, well-being, diversity and protection.
    • Evidence of promoting best practice in Safeguarding Adults
    • Active practice of administration of medicine and understanding of the regulations regarding administration and storage of medicines
    • Understanding of governance and auditing and ability to carry out regular audits of key areas.
    • Ability to manage emergency situations effectively and sensibly, making appropriate decisions and communication with all required personnel and agencies.
    • Good Literacy and numeracy and ability to communicate effectively
    • Ability to plan and monitor care for residents and other ‘activities’ necessary for the provision of care (i.e. ordering medication etc)
    • Knowledge of National Care Standards and other relevant legislation
    • Evidence of understanding of confidentiality and data protection
    • Good Computer skills (desirable)

    This post is for Bank work only on an as and when required basis.

    Brighton and Hove Brighton, East Sussex, England 2018-09-18 Care Temporary £ 16.28 16.28 HOUR
  • Sleeping Night Care Support Worker

    Barnet

    £14,250 + Benefits
    Annual

    An opportunity for a caring, compassionate, and competent person to provide Sleeping Night Care to Older Jewish People (tenants) with a range of physical and emotional needs, who will be living in their new build, purpose-built apartments from October /November 2018. Situated in the heart of Hendon

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    An opportunity for a caring, compassionate, and competent person to provide Sleeping Night Care to Older Jewish People (tenants) with a range of physical and emotional needs, who will be living in their new build, purpose-built apartments from October /November 2018. Situated in the heart of Hendon

    Week 1 Shift Pattern is 4 nights on then 3 nights off (40 hrs)

    Week 2 Shift Pattern is 3 nights on then 4 nights off (30 hrs)

    Who we are:


    We’re Jewish Care; a culturally diverse employer that’s dedicated to providing our tenants with the care and support they need to continue living happy and fulfilling lives. We want to make a positive impact on the lives of Jewish people by creating and providing excellent social care that enhances wellbeing and inspires them to stay connected to their community.

    What we need:


    We are looking for individuals to work Sleeping Nights in our new build Extra care apartments in Hendon NW4, - we’re looking for experienced care staff to join our team, and we have a number of flexible long- and short-term contracts for the right people.

    Your work involves sleeping nights in the staff suite. Another member of staff remains awake at night patrolling the building and responding to calls for support from tenants. You are not required to wake during the night unless your colleague wakes you because of an emergency. In the event that you are required to wake to provide assistance, you will be able to support your colleague and provide the necessary assistance required as detailed in the Care and Support Worker Job description.

    About you


    While we need someone experienced, you don’t need to be a care professional to apply -- you may have cared for an elderly relative before. What matters most is a willingness to help others; patience for those with different ability levels; and a positive, caring attitude. You will need to be reliable. a good time keeper and able to deal with emergencies should they occur

    What we offer


    Our staff come from a range of cultures, faiths, and backgrounds. As well as having free training, study leave, coaching and mentoring, we also offer a great rrecognition programme; a great company pension scheme

    Do you wish you had a job like this?

    To find out more, please apply today.

    Barnet Hendon, Greater London, England 2018-09-19 Home Care and Independent Living Permanent £ 14250 14250 YEAR

    Waking Night Care Support Worker

    Barnet

    £17,472 + Benefits
    Annual

    An opportunity for a caring, compassionate, and competent person to provide Waking Night Care to Older Jewish People (tenants) with a range of physical and emotional needs, who will be living in their new build, purpose-built apartments from October /November 2018. Situated in the heart of Hendon

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    An opportunity for a caring, compassionate, and competent person to provide Waking Night Care to Older Jewish People (tenants) with a range of physical and emotional needs, who will be living in their new build, purpose-built apartments from October /November 2018. Situated in the heart of Hendon

    Week 1 Shift Pattern is 4 nights on then 3 nights off (40 hrs)

    Week 2 Shift Pattern is 3 nights on then 4 nights off (30 hrs)

    Who we are:

    We’re Jewish Care; a culturally diverse employer that’s dedicated to providing our tenants with the care and support they need to continue living happy and fulfilling lives. We want to make a positive impact on the lives of Jewish people by creating and providing excellent social care that enhances wellbeing and inspires them to stay connected to their community.

    What we need:

    We are looking for individuals to work Waking Nights in our new build Extra care apartments in Hendon NW4 - we’re looking for experienced care staff to join our team, and we have a number of flexible long- and short-term contracts for the right people.

    Your work involves being awake at night to patrol the building, ensuring it is secure. Carrying out scheduled visits to tenants as detailed in their care and support plans and dealing with calls from tenants from their telecare pendants in the event of emergency. You will need to be responsible and able to think clearly in the event of an emergency. You will have a “sleeping night” colleague with you at all times in the building, and you will also be supported by an Out of Hours provider, who can be contacted by phone should you need assistance or need to speak to a manager .

    About you:

    While we need someone experienced, you don’t need to be a care professional to apply -- you may have cared for an elderly relative before. What matters most is a willingness to help others; patience for those with different ability levels; and a positive, caring attitude. You will need to be reliable. a good time keeper and able to deal with emergencies should they occur

    What we offer:

    Our staff come from a range of cultures, faiths, and backgrounds. As well as having free training, study leave, coaching and mentoring, we also offer a great rrecognition programme; a great company pension scheme

    Do you wish you had a job like this?

    To find out more, please apply today.

    Barnet Hendon, Greater London, England 2018-09-19 Home Care and Independent Living Permanent £ 17472 17472 YEAR

    Care Support Worker

    Barnet

    £8.70 - £9.60 + Benefits
    Hourly

    We are recruiting a team of Care and Support Assistants in our new build Independent Living Service, in central Hendon, there are a range of shifts for staff. Hours of working are between 7am and 10pm, including working some weekends and evenings.

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    We are recruiting a team of Care and Support Assistants in our new build Independent Living Service, in central Hendon, there are a range of shifts for staff. Hours of working are between 7am and 10pm, including working some weekends and evenings.

    The salary is £9.60 per hour if you have QCF2 or above or £8.70 per hour if you are working towards or willing to work towards your qualification. We offer a 6-week induction training programme, which will enable new staff to understand how we work with tenants and provide a culturally appropriate service. There are opportunities to progress your career in care and support, alongside promotional opportunities with a fantastic induction and training and development programme.

    The new Independent Living service is due to open in late Autumn October/November 2018

    The Role

    You will be working in a friendly, interesting and compassionate team in a new build complex of 32 apartments in the heart of Hendon in North West London

    The role of Care and Support Assistant to ensure the we provide our tenants with safe, compassionate and person-centred support and care. Supporting the whole care and support team, being a team player, building relationships with tenants and their families and encouraging inclusion in community activities and other social and recreational opportunities within the scheme and in the wider local environment. Care and support provide support to tenants by working alongside Care and Support colleagues to ensure the smooth running of the Independent Living service, joining up services within the building and providing some direct care and support to tenants alongside colleagues

    This role will work with colleagues on both the care and housing elements of the service , ensure the communal areas of the building are organised , well presented and in working order, working with colleagues to deliver activities and exciting social and recreational opportunities both within and outside the building and working with Team Leaders and the Independent Living Manager to ensure the service runs smoothly , delivering a great experience to tenants their families and support networks .

    We are looking for candidates with positive energy who enjoy working with people and understand the importance of team working. You will need to make decisions independently and develop trusting and respectful; relationships with all members of the team and tenants and their families.

    You will need to be flexible and helpful in your way of working, having high personal standards of timekeeping and attendance be friendly and approachable and enjoy working with people with a range of physical disabilities and mental health needs.

    The scheme houses Older Jewish People, so you will be interested in other people, their culture and preferences for living. All training in terms of understanding the Jewish way of life is provided during our extensive induction training.

    Principal accountabilities / responsibilities

    You will mainly provide background support and will support care and support assistants to :

    • Check tenants well-being on a regular basis, as directed according to their needs as detailed in their Care, support and Risk Plans.

    • Respond to emergencies.

    This includes:

    • Contacting emergency services.

    • Dealing with breakdown of services, e.g. power cuts, responding appropriately to death, keeping a record of all emergencies attended to.

    • Providing background support

    • implementing and monitoring care & support plans to meet the individual needs of a diverse group of Tenants

    • ensuring updates are reported for support plans to be reviewed as required.

    • Support colleagues to deliver the package of care & support: providing personal care, emotional and practical support to tenants and recognising when there are changes in a person’s needs and report to a senior member of staff.

    This will include:

    • Attending some appointments given to you on the CarePlanner system.

    • Delivering personal care including bathing, feeding, etc.

    • Assisting with cooking, cleaning etc.

    • Advocating on behalf of service users with other agencies.

    • Develop awareness and working relationships within the community, including health and social services.

    • Signposting people to Welfare benefits advice.

    • Working with colleagues from statutory and voluntary organisations to provide joined up care.

    You will become familiar with the local community and services and sign post people if required.

    • Contributing to building community spirit within the resource through participating, encouraging, enabling and facilitating social events that meet the needs of diverse tenants.

    • Assisting with the preparation and provision of hot meals, communally or individually in tenant flats, observing Kashrut procedures always.

    • Ensure you work safely within health & safety standards, raising any risks or issues in a timely manner with a Manager.

    • Assisting tenants to report maintenance and repairs needs to the housing team.

    • Keeping a record of all financial transactions carried out on behalf of the tenant. Contribute to effective team working and positive service culture, and be able to work effectively with people living with dementia and promote health and well-being for all tenants.

    Qualifications, Experience, Skills & Knowledge


    • Desirable but not essential

    • NCQ level 2 in Health and social Care.

    • Previous Experience within a Care or Health setting.

    • Other relevant transferable skills and experience.

    • Excellent communication

    • Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to build strong relationships

    • Excellent tenant service skills

    Barnet Hendon, Greater London, England 2018-09-18 Home Care and Independent Living Permanent £ 8.7 9.6 HOUR

    Team Leader - Extra Care Housing

    Barnet

    £23,000 + £1400 out of hours allowance
    Annual

    We are seeking to recruit 3 Team Leaders for our new and exciting extra care housing development in Hendon, North West London. The role is full time, 37.5 hours per week with a salary of circa. £23,000 per year. The successful candidates will be required to work on a rota...

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    We are seeking to recruit 3 Team Leaders for our new and exciting extra care housing development in Hendon, North West London. The role is full time, 37.5 hours per week with a salary of circa. £23,000 per year. The successful candidates will be required to work on a rota, which is based on the following shift pattern:

    Early: 7.00am – 3.00pm

    Mid: 9.00am – 5.00pm (plus weekend)

    Late: 1.00pm – 9.00pm

    The service is due to open in late Autumn 2018.

    You will be working in a friendly, interesting and diverse team in a new build complex of 32 apartments in the heart of Hendon in North West London. The role of Independent Living Team Leader will ensure we provide our tenants with safe, compassionate and person-centred support and care. Building relationships with tenants and their families and encouraging inclusion in community activities and other social and recreational opportunities within the scheme and in the wider Jewish community. The role provides support to tenants by enabling, encouraging and promoting independence and providing choice.

    Team Leaders enable Care & Support Workers to deliver high quality services and demonstrate best practice. You will also undertake supervision and observe and give feedback on their practice. Team Leaders are responsible for completing risk assessments, support plans, reviews and ensuring staff work in a way that keeps tenants safe from harm and abuse.

    You will be working with two other team leaders as part of our team and will deputise for the Independent Living Manager in their absence. You will be working in a new purpose-built apartment complex and contributing to a great living experience for tenants, whilst offering strong leadership to the staff you manage. We are looking for candidates with positive energy who enjoy working with people and who understand the importance of team working.

    Candidates applying for the roles need to make decisions independently and be able to develop trusting and respectful relationships with all members of the team, tenants and their families. You will need to have high personal standards of timekeeping and attendance as a role model for the staff you supervise.

    The service houses Older Jewish People, so you will be interested in the client group, their culture and preferences for living. All training in terms of understanding the Jewish way of life is provided during our extensive induction programme.

    Applicants will need to have the following qualifications:

    • Level 2 or 3 Diploma in Health and Social Care (or related discipline)

    • QCF level 2 or 3 (and a willingness to commit to continued learning)

    Applicants will need to demonstrate the following experience:

    • Leading or managing others in a care or similar environment for more than 6 months

    • Experience of security and building management Experience of the administration of medicines

    • Experience of dealing with emergencies

    • Experience of safeguarding adults

    • Experience of team working

    Barnet Hendon, Greater London, England 2018-09-18 Home Care and Independent Living Permanent £ 23000 23000 YEAR

    Activities Organiser

    Barnet

    £10,500 + Benefits
    Annual

    We are seeking to recruit an Activities Organiser for our new and exciting extra care housing development in Hendon, North West London.

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    We are seeking to recruit an Activities Organiser for our new and exciting extra care housing development in Hendon, North West London.

    The role is full time, 20 hours per week with a salary of circa. £10,500 per year.

    The service is due to open in late Autumn 2018.

    You will be working in a friendly, interesting and diverse team in a new build complex of 32 apartments in the heart of Hendon in North West London. The role of Programme and Activities Organiser will ensure we support tenant to maintain their well-being by providing directly and signposting people to social and recreational opportunities, appealing to Jewish Elders and enabling people to maintain and extend their current social networks and opportunities in the Jewish community.

    As programme and Activities Organiser , you will plan social and recreational opportunities in close collaboration and with feedback from people using the service to make sure the offer being provided reflects fully the needs and wishes of people using the service . You will form part of an extended professional network of colleagues working together across the organisation to providing people with culturally specific opportunities to join in, form new and maintain existing relationships and continue to maintain independence and remain active for life .

    You will need to have high personal standards of timekeeping and attendance as a role model for the staff you supervise.

    The service houses Older Jewish People, so you will be interested in the client group, their culture and preferences for living. All training in terms of understanding the Jewish way of Life is provided during our extensive induction programme.

    Applicants will need to have experience in providing a similar service in a social care or health and communities setting .

    Barnet Hendon, Greater London, England 2018-09-18 Home Care and Independent Living Permanent £ 10500 10500 YEAR

    Home Care Assistant - North West London

    Barnet

    £8.94 - £9.60 + Generous mileage (50p) per mile and travel time paid at £3 per hour
    Hourly

    Jewish Care is a multi-award winning organisation, helping some of society’s most vulnerable people live meaningful lives. We’re looking for Home Care Assistants who are kind, patient and compassionate, to look after our service users in the Redbridge area. We believe in looking after our staff too, so you’ll benefit...

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    Jewish Care is a multi-award winning organisation, helping some of society’s most vulnerable people live meaningful lives. We’re looking for Home Care Assistants who are kind, patient and compassionate, to look after our service users in the Redbridge area. We believe in looking after our staff too, so you’ll benefit from excellent rates of pay (between £8.94–£9.60 per hour) plus travel time paid at £3.00 per hour.

    We’re proud to be the UK’s leading charity providing health and social care to the Jewish community. We believe that variety is the spice of life. Nowhere is this more true than at Jewish Care. While our service users may all be of a similar religious tradition, our staff come from different backgrounds and cultures, practice different faiths, and offer perspectives on life that are as individual as they are.

    What you’ll be doing

    Though this is mainly a lone working role, you’ll meet colleagues at team meetings and enjoy team working and support from colleagues with your smartphone (provided as part of your role).

    You’ll visit clients in their homes, helping them to live meaningful, independent lives. By listening to what our service users want support with – anything from accompanying to the shops, or help using the internet – you’ll adapt your care to meet these needs and help them maintain a sense of identity. You’ll report any concerns or changes in your service user’s health and wellbeing to your manager, with out-of-hours phone support from the management team during your working hours. Your care and support duties will include assisting with:

    • Personal care and bathing
    • Cooking or heating of meals
    • Administering medication
    • Light cleaning and laundry
    • Shopping
    • Social calls

    We have a variety of day and evening shifts available, including weekends and sleep-ins. We also offer additional hours for holiday and sickness cover, so please indicate in your application what hours you are available to work.

    What you’ll need

    You’ll be a naturally caring, friendly and patient person. You’ll be confident taking the initiative, communicating effectively with your manager and other team members. As this is mainly a lone worker position, it’s essential that you have previous care experience (this can be through employment or life experience). In addition to this you’ll need:

    • Your own reliable car (we can offer car loans at preferential rates)
    • Full UK driving licence
    • Business Use car insurance
    • Must live within a 20-mile radius of Barnet at time of applying

    What we can offer you

    We offer highly competitive rates of pay, £8.94–£9.60 per hour for weekdays, increasing to £10.90 after 8pm. Bank Holidays are paid at either double time or time and half + a day off in lieu. There’s many other great benefits including 4% employer contribution pension, childcare vouchers, and generous mileage allowance for work.

    This is your chance to make a real difference to people, supporting independence, promoting choice, and providing compassionate care in the community. If this sounds like your perfect career, Jewish Care want to hear from you – apply today and start the job you’ve always wished for!

    Barnet Golders Green, Greater London, England 2018-09-18 Home Care and Independent Living Permanent £ 8.94 9.6 HOUR
  • Assistant Facilities Manager [Job Share]

    Barnet

    £16,436 + Benefits
    Annual

    This role is based at our Maurice & Vivienne Wohl Campus in Golders Green, NW11. The working hours are 21.75 hours each week, working Wednesday, Thursday & Friday. This is a part time role and is shared with another postholder.

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    This role is based at our Maurice & Vivienne Wohl Campus in Golders Green, NW11. The working hours are 21.75 hours each week, working Wednesday, Thursday & Friday. This is a part time role and is shared with another postholder.

    Context and Purpose

    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.

    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 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.

    This role is based at our Maurice & Vivienne Wohl Campus in Golders Green, NW11. The working hours are 21.75 hours each week, working Wednesday, Thursday & Friday. This is a part time role and is shared with another postholder.


    The Department

    Jewish Care’s Property Department maintains and provides services for all of the organisations resources. Jewish Care owns around 29 properties in the South East of England including locations in Southend and Brighton.

    Assisting the Facilities Manager, the role of Assistant Facilities Manager is to provide support for the Business’ activities and the day to day running of its property portfolio. Ensuring that activities such as minor maintenance repairs, scheduled maintenance tasks and resource set up’s are completed either through the use of JC’s in-house maintenance team or through the use of external provider. They will manager an in-house team, consisting of a Senior Mobile Maintenance Assistant and a number of Mobile Maintenance Assistants to support them in their role. The nature of the role is varied and requires the Assistant Facilities Manager to lead on understanding the Business’ needs, liaising with key managers to determine and complete the highlighted required activities. They will play a key role in ensuring the business’ property portfolio remains statutory compliant adhering to internal policies and procedures and appropriate records are maintained at all times. Organising both internal and external resources will be key to the role.

    This role reports directly to the Facilities Manager, but liaison from Jewish Care’s Resource Managers, understanding their needs is pivotal to the role. The Assistant Facilities Manager is a ‘mobile’ position and is not linked to any individual resource, but instead will be linked to a hub (series of properties linked to MVWC, BALC or Redbridge). The role therefore requires flexibility in daily working location and will require movement from location to location in any given working day to meet the demands of the organisation. From time to time, the Assistant Facilities Manager will also have to work in a different hub to cover holiday leave or to meet the demands of the business. The service operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and as such the Assistant Facilities Manager may from time to time be required to work some weekends and out of hours. They will also need to participate in a rota (6 staff) providing an out of hours cover for the business.

    Policies

    All Jewish Care employees are expected to work within the Jewish Care Code of Conduct and the code of practice, policies and procedures relevant to their role.

    Principal accountabilities/responsibilities

    In support of the Facilities Manager, the Assistant Facilities Manager is responsible for;

    • Site Liaison and Hub Organisation – Liaison with resource managers to ensure the needs of the business are fully understood and met. Organising the maintenance team, including direct Line Management of the Senior Mobile Maintenance Assistant and external providers as required to fully meet the Business’ needs. Ensuring that the service provided is of high quality
    • Scheduled Maintenance Support – In accordance with procedure, responsible for ensuring that all scheduled statutory maintenance tasks and other servicing requirements are completed in a timely fashion and appropriate records and reports are kept and produced to demonstrate compliance
    • Minor Repairs and Maintenance – Ensure that required minor maintenance is highlighted and attended to, meeting agreed KPI’s through the use of the in-house maintenance team and external provider as required, delivering a quality, timely, cost effective service for the business. Assist in producing reports to proactively determine patterns of maintenance issues to influence capital replacements
    • Site Inspection – Ensuring that the Business’ resources are inspected in a timely fashion to ensure compliance and adherence to appropriate standards/policy. Ensuring that H&S issues are monitored and highlighted with the organisation
    • Contractor Liaison and Support – Liaison with contractors, ensuring H&S protocols are adhered to and communication with resource/head office over issues
    • Minor Maintenance Projects – Responsible for delivering minor maintenance projects. Taking the lead to design, specify, tender and oversee all minor maintenance works from conception to completion, ensuring that appropriate time, cost and quality control is achieved
    • Travel and Mobility - Willing to travel to JC’s London estate to ensure that required tasks are carried out
    • Out of Hours Call out Rota – Participate in providing an out of hours call out service for the business. Anticipated to be 1 week in 4

    Qualfications, Experience, Skills & Knowledge

    Qualifications

    • GCSE passes in English & Maths or equivalent (Essential)
    • “Built Environment” qualification (Desirable)

    Experience

    • Previous experience of contract management and working within a similar facilities management environment (Essential)
    • Experience of people management (Essential)
    • Experience of team management (Desirable)

    Skills & Knowledge

    • Appropriate skills acquired through a facilities background or similar environment
    • Knowledge of Facilities Management and sound understanding of Property issues
    • An understanding of key legislation; Asbestos, L8, CDM, RRO, Gas Safety etc
    • Attention to detail and familiar with adhering to policies and procedures
    • Must demonstrate a ‘can do’ attitude and a desire to work with customers and accommodate requests.
    • Previous demonstrable Line Management experience
    • Good IT Skills and be literate in Outlook, Word and Excel
    • Ideally worked in a care environment
    Barnet Golders Green, Greater London, England 2018-09-24 Central Support Permanent £ 16436 16436 YEAR

    Maintenance Operative

    Barnet

    £18,228 + Benefits
    Annual

    Jewish Care’s Property Department maintains and provides services for all of the organisations resources. Jewish Care owns around 29 properties in the South East of England including locations in Southend and Brighton.

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    Jewish Care’s Property Department maintains and provides services for all of the organisations resources. Jewish Care owns around 29 properties in the South East of England including locations in Southend and Brighton.

    The role of Maintenance Operative is to provide support for both Property’s direct activities, such as completing minor maintenance repairs and scheduled maintenance tasks, as well as supporting the day to day activities of the individual resources, such as site set-up’s and driving where qualified and trained.

    The nature of the role is varied and requires the Maintenance Operative to carry out minor repair works that will include tasks such as general maintenance, basic plumbing, carpentry, renovations, minor decorating and painting, fire alarm testing, completing site set-up’s, monitoring of site and any other assigned duties required.

    This role reports directly to Assistant Facilities Manager but will be jointly managed by Jewish Care’s Resource Managers and closely liaise with the Facilities Management Contractor.

    The Maintenance Operative is a ‘mobile and rotational’ position and is not linked to any individual resource or base, but instead will be allocated work within any of Jewish Care’s London, Middlesex and Essex based resources.

    The role therefore requires flexibility in daily working location and Maintenance Operative’s may be moved from location to location in any given working day to meet the demands of the organisation.

    The Property Department consists of approximately 30 members of staff consisting of Facilities Managers, Assistant Facilities Managers, Maintenance Operatives, whom service all of Jewish Care Resources.

    The Property Department is an integral part of the maintenance and development of the organisation assisting in its day to day running, as well as ensuring that standards are adhered to.

    What you'll need:

    • Previous experience in performing various maintenance tasks around residential or commercial buildings is essential and working within a similar environment.
    • Attention to detail and familiar with adhering to policies and procedures
    • To have appropriate skills acquired through the building industry or similar environment and ideally will have construction/building services related trade qualification
    • Must demonstrate a ‘can do’ attitude and a desire to work with customers and accommodate requests.
    • Used to working in a busy and demanding environment and worked within a varied team
    • To have a sound knowledge of hands on skills using a variety of tools for role
    • Willingness to learn to use specialised tools and equipment
    • Understanding of Fire Procedures
    • Ideally worked in a care environment
    • UK Driver's Licence
    Barnet Golders Green, Greater London, England 2018-09-17 Central Support Permanent £ 18228 18228 YEAR
  • Registered General Nurse

    Barnet

    £33,297 + Benefits
    Annual

    This is a part time (Days) position working at our Lady Sarah Cohen House - Residential Nursing 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...

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    This is a part time (Days) position working at our Lady Sarah Cohen House - Residential Nursing 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.

    Annual Salary: £32,645 (Pro rata)

    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 2018-09-20 Nursing Permanent £ 33297 33297 YEAR

    Night Registered General Nurse

    Barnet

    £33,297 + Benefits
    Annual

    Do you want to work for a multi-award winning organisation, helping some of society’s most vulnerable people live meaningful lives? Jewish Care is looking for a Night Registered General Nurse to work at Lady Sarah Cohen House in Friern Barnet. In this full-time role (42 hours) you’ll be working in...

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    Do you want to work for a multi-award winning organisation, helping some of society’s most vulnerable people live meaningful lives? Jewish Care is looking for a Night Registered General Nurse to work at Lady Sarah Cohen House in Friern Barnet. In this full-time role (42 hours) you’ll be working in a vibrant community, providing nursing support to older people and people with dementia. We take care of our employees as well as our residents, so in addition to your competitive starting salary you’ll receive excellent training and benefits.

    We’re proud to be the UK’s leading charity providing health and social care to the Jewish community. We believe that variety is the spice of life. Nowhere is this more true than at Jewish Care. While our residents may all be of a similar religious tradition, our staff come from different backgrounds and cultures, practice different faiths, and offer perspectives on life that are as individual as they are.

    What you’ll be doing

    Reporting directly to the care manager, you’ll delegate to, monitor and support our multi-disciplinary team to deliver excellent care which is legally compliant, and meets our consistently high standards. By leading an effective, motivated and committed team, you will provide person-centred care which meets residents’ needs and enhances their well-being. Your main duties will include (but aren’t limited to):

    • Preparing, updating & reviewing individual care plans to meet individual’s needs
    • Communicating effectively with residents, relatives, staff & visitors using Key Working system
    • Safely storing, administering, ordering, recording & handling drugs
    • Keeping relevant records according to agreed standards (e.g. CQC, NMC, Jewish Care)
    • Supporting physical, psychological, social & spiritual needs of residents
    • Contributing to learning, training & development opportunities for staff
    • Promoting & maintaining health, safety & security in working environment

    What you’ll need

    You’ll be a compassionate person, experienced working with older people and leading a team within the health or social care sector. You’ll have active practice of administering and storing medication in line with current regulations. Knowledge of National Care Standards and Health and Safety is essential. In addition to this you’ll need:

    • RGN or RMN, registered with NMC
    • Evidence of promoting best practice in Safeguarding Adults
    • Excellent communication with good numeracy and literacy
    • Good computer skills (Microsoft Word, Email)
    • Understanding of confidentiality and data protection
    • Work well under pressure, using initiative and effectively prioritising workload
    • Able to work flexibly on a rota basis

    What we can offer you

    We believe in treating our employees fairly and rewarding hard work. On top of your salary, you’ll receive a great benefits package including: 4% employer contribution pension with free life assurance; childcare vouchers; free DBS shared update; generous mileage allowance for work…the list goes on! It’s easy to see why our staff are so passionate about Jewish Care – once people start working for us, they tend to stick around!

    This is your chance to make a real difference to people, supporting independence, promoting choice, and providing compassionate care in the community. If this sounds like your perfect career, Jewish Care want to hear from you – apply today and start the job you’ve always wished for

    Barnet Barnet, Greater London, England 2018-09-20 Nursing Permanent £ 33297 33297 YEAR

    Senior Registered General Nurse

    Brighton and Hove

    £34,172 + Benefits
    Annual

    Do you want to work for a multi-award winning organisation, helping some of society’s most vulnerable people live meaningful lives? Jewish Care is looking for a Night Registered General Nurse to work at Hyman Fine Care Home in Brighton. In this full-time role (42 hours) you’ll be working in a...

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    Do you want to work for a multi-award winning organisation, helping some of society’s most vulnerable people live meaningful lives? Jewish Care is looking for a Night Registered General Nurse to work at Hyman Fine Care Home in Brighton. In this full-time role (42 hours) you’ll be working in a vibrant community, providing nursing support to older people and people with dementia. We take care of our employees as well as our residents, so in addition to your competitive starting salary you’ll receive excellent training and benefits.

    We’re proud to be the UK’s leading charity providing health and social care to the Jewish community. We believe that variety is the spice of life. Nowhere is this more true than at Jewish Care. While our residents may all be of a similar religious tradition, our staff come from different backgrounds and cultures, practice different faiths, and offer perspectives on life that are as individual as they are.

    What you’ll be doing

    Reporting directly to the care manager, you’ll delegate to, monitor and support our multi-disciplinary team to deliver excellent care which is legally compliant, and meets our consistently high standards. By leading an effective, motivated and committed team, you will provide person-centred care which meets residents’ needs and enhances their well-being. Your main duties will include (but aren’t limited to):

    • Preparing, updating & reviewing individual care plans to meet individual’s needs
    • Communicating effectively with residents, relatives, staff & visitors using Key Working system
    • Safely storing, administering, ordering, recording & handling drugs
    • Keeping relevant records according to agreed standards (e.g. CQC, NMC, Jewish Care)
    • Supporting physical, psychological, social & spiritual needs of residents
    • Contributing to learning, training & development opportunities for staff
    • Promoting & maintaining health, safety & security in working environment

    What you’ll need

    You’ll be a compassionate person, experienced working with older people and leading a team within the health or social care sector. You’ll have active practice of administering and storing medication in line with current regulations. Knowledge of National Care Standards and Health and Safety is essential. In addition to this you’ll need:

    • RGN or RMN, registered with NMC
    • Evidence of promoting best practice in Safeguarding Adults
    • Excellent communication with good numeracy and literacy
    • Good computer skills (Microsoft Word, Email)
    • Understanding of confidentiality and data protection
    • Work well under pressure, using initiative and effectively prioritising workload
    • Able to work flexibly on a rota basis

    What we can offer you

    We believe in treating our employees fairly and rewarding hard work. On top of your salary, you’ll receive a great benefits package including: 4% employer contribution pension with free life assurance; childcare vouchers; free DBS shared update; generous mileage allowance for work…the list goes on! It’s easy to see why our staff are so passionate about Jewish Care – once people start working for us, they tend to stick around!

    This is your chance to make a real difference to people, supporting independence, promoting choice, and providing compassionate care in the community. If this sounds like your perfect career, Jewish Care want to hear from you – apply today and start the job you’ve always wished for!

    Brighton and Hove Brighton, East Sussex, England 2018-09-18 Nursing Permanent £ 34172 34172 YEAR
  • Salary circa £40,000 plus. This role is based at our Michael Sobell Jewish Community Centre in the Maurice & Vivienne Wohl Campus in Golders Green, NW11. The working hours are 36.25 each week worked over 5 days with occasional evening and Sunday working.

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    Salary circa £40,000 plus. This role is based at our Michael Sobell Jewish Community Centre in the Maurice & Vivienne Wohl Campus in Golders Green, NW11. The working hours are 36.25 each week worked over 5 days with occasional evening and Sunday working.

    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.

    Salary circa £40,000 plus. This role is based at our Michael Sobell Jewish Community Centre in the Maurice & Vivienne Wohl Campus in Golders Green, NW11. The working hours are 36.25 each week worked over 5 days with occasional evening and Sunday working.

    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.

    Jewish Care services in North West London include care homes, mental health residential homes, community support and social work teams, Centres for people living with dementia and community centres. The Michael Sobell Jewish Community Centre is Jewish Care’s flagship community centre, in the heart of Golders Green, serving the wider Jewish community Sunday – Friday.

    Purpose of Role

    To lead the Michael Sobell Jewish Community Centre, it’s staff, volunteers, members and surrounding community in promoting inclusivity, excellence and mutuality within the services provided at every level.

    The key areas of management and development are:

    • Care, ensuring the service is flexible, safe and provides creative activity opportunities within an environment of Jewish observances and culture
    • Community Development, ensuring the Centre is best placed to provide a range of community services and to support partner organisations in doing so, developing the Centre’s position in the community as the key facilitator of Jewish social care activity across the Jewish community
    • Team Leading, developing the staff and volunteer team to carry out their tasks in a professional manner and ensure regular supervision and performance management takes place
    • Operations, taking responsibility for high level finance and maintenance management and working with colleagues where relevant

    Principal accountabilities / responsibilities

    Care

    • To develop a multi faceted day care service, that responds to changing needs of the community and is flexible in its delivery of time and location
    • To put in place systems and procedures, in partnership with colleagues to ensure that members needs are met in a safe and timely fashion
    • Ensure high standards of professional practice are established and maintained within current legislation and Jewish Care policies and care practices
    • To develop programmes and services that respond to the loneliness and isolation agenda, that is experienced by people within the community and their carers
    • To develop a range of activities and day services based at the Centre that engage Jewish older people and is aligned to our values, the Ageing Well Agenda and Jewish observances, festivals and culture

    Community Development

    • To develop a multifaceted community centre service, that responds to changing needs, demographics and service partners, to ensure that the Centre can provide a range of community activity within the centre and hosted by its partners
    • Look for and develop opportunities for meaningful community development to ensure that the Centre can be a place of co-production, mutuality and reciprocity for the entire Jewish community
    • Be the lead in the team within the arena of community engagement, ensuring that Jewish Care is seen as the key facilitator and enabler of Jewish social engagement in the community, within the principles of Asset Based Community Development
    • Build relationships with lay and professional leaders within the local Synagogues to engage them with our work and how we can work together for the benefit of Jewish people in North West London
    • To support the lay committees and fundraising activities locally acting as a figure head for the organisation

    Team leading

    • To inspirationally lead the staff and volunteer team to ensure that services are a model example of Jewish Care values and meet the aspirations and expectations of the organisation
    • Recruitment, training, line management, supervision and performance management of staff and volunteers based at the Centre
    • To influence their team to deliver outstanding customer service at all exchanges

    Operations

    • Develop, manage and report on the annual budget
    • To provide reports as necessary on the work of the Centre to various committees and stakeholders to include the Sobell Advisory Group and Jewish Care’s Community Services Committee
    • Develop and report on appropriate KPI s for all areas of the operational and community engagement strategy
    • Engage and develop with core services on statutory compliance with regards to Health and Safety, environmental management and building management where relevant
    • Responsible for the service’s financial, membership and administrative policies and procedures in conjunction with Jewish Care’s finance department

    Qualifications, Experience, Skills & Knowledge

    Qualifications

    • Management Qualification
    • Leadership programme / qualification

    Experience

    • Leading stakeholders within a community to develop an environment of co-production
    • Proven experience in team leading; one to one supervision and appraisals; recruitment
    • Previous experience of frontline care services and community work with the elderly and vulnerable people, in particularly with mental health, dementia, and disability. Additionally, experience of consulting service users to develop activities from an evidence base
    • Experience or understanding of working in a multicultural environment

    Skills & Knowledge

    • The Jewish community, across all levels of observance, local parlance and sensitivities
    • Knowledge of the Jewish community nationally and their changing demographics
    • The Care Act, The Mental Capacity Act, DOLS and general adult safeguarding best practice
    • Extensive staff and volunteer management
    • To have excellent customer care skills
    • Able to deal with complaints/conflicts
    • Can work within budgetary constraints
    • Strong administrative, management and organisational skills
    • High standard of IT skills, especially the internet, Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel and Dynamics

    Barnet Golders Green, Greater London, England 2018-09-24 Community Support and Social Work Permanent £ 40000 40000 YEAR

    Night Warden

    Southend

    £8.22 + Benefits
    Hourly

    This role is based at Shebson Lodge, Southend-On-Sea. A part time role, working hours 8pm to 10pm and 7.30am to 8.30am Thursda, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday 12 hours per week(3 hours per day split over evenings and mornings)

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    This role is based at Shebson Lodge, Southend-On-Sea. A part time role, working hours 8pm to 10pm and 7.30am to 8.30am Thursda, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday 12 hours per week(3 hours per day split over evenings and mornings)

    There is a sleep-in allowance of £37.50 per night on top of £8.22 per hour.

    In Southend & Westcliff Jewish Care Services are based around a thriving Community Centre, Outreach Services, Homecare, and Shebson Lodge, which offers independent sheltered housing accommodation above the Community Centre. The service provides support for Jewish people in the Southend & Westcliff area and surrounding district.

    Other multi-disciplinary services include; Community Development, Community Liaison, Supportive Communities, Dementia Day Service, and Hot meals service.

    The current centre team is made up of Fifteen members including a manager and deputy manager. In addition to this there are thirteen other staff in a variety of roles. The successful post holder will work in partnership with the existing warden team to deliver a seamless warden support service to the tenants living at Shebson Lodge.

    The role of the night warden is to provide support and monitoring to the tenants of Shebson Lodge. To encourage independence, promote inclusion, diversity, and equality that enables tenants to feel safe and respected. To participate in writing and reviewing support plans with tenants, to deal with emergencies should they arise whilst on duty, and to be aware of tenants’ personal needs and physical well-being and to understand the implications of those needs.

    Principal accountabilities / responsibilities

    • To encourage tenants to be active and mobile and to maintain their interests and social contact
    • To welcome and engage new tenants and maintain well-being through regular visits as require
    • Organise and participate in Tenants Socials on an agreed rota basis
    • To build effective relationships with tenants and their families, observing discretion professional boundaries and confidentiality as appropriate
    • To ensure good communication with the community centre staff concerning tenant’s issues
    • To help maintain a daily log of events to agreed standards
    • To act as a fire warden and to affect an orderly evacuation of the building in the event of a fire in line with the agreed evacuation plan. This may include assisting tenants who have disabilities or impaired mobility
    • To ensure that the communal areas are kept clean, safe and available for us
    • To ensure adequate security precautions are taken to agreed standards and to act as a key holder in covering out of hours call outs
    • To ensure that any problem with the building, facilities, or equipment are reported promptly to the Deputy Manager
    • To ensure that the warden call system is operating correctly when on duty. In the event of a system failure, the post holder must remain on site until the system is reinstated, or alternative cover arrangements should be made to ensure residents safety
    • To ensure that any accidents to staff, tenants, visitors, or volunteers are reported in accordance with correct procedures and that next of kin are always notified of such occurrences, where appropriate
    • To undertake administrative duties where appropriate including taking an active role in the support planning, risk assessment and reviewing process with several tenants

    Qualifications

    • Health and Social Care level 2 QCF or equivalent (desirable)

    Experience

    • Experience of lone working (desirable)
    • Experience of working with older people (desirable)
    • Experience of Community work or in a Day Care setting (desirable)
    • Experience in working in delivering activities (desirable)


    Southend Southend-on-Sea, Essex, England 2018-09-18 Community Support and Social Work Permanent £ 8.22 8.22 HOUR

    Senior Social Worker

    Harrow

    £27,350 - £28,870 + Benefits
    Annual

    The Community Support and Social Work service (CSSW) comprises 30+ full and part-time workers, based in four locality teams in London and the South East, who work with adults within the Jewish Community. They provide personalised, integrated responses, offering support, advice and advocacy to meet identified health and social care...

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    The Community Support and Social Work service (CSSW) comprises 30+ full and part-time workers, based in four locality teams in London and the South East, who work with adults within the Jewish Community. They provide personalised, integrated responses, offering support, advice and advocacy to meet identified health and social care needs of individuals, families and carers as well as facilitating support groups and other community-based interventions. The aim of the service is to support independence, promote choice and control for people facing difficulties due to ageing, caring responsibilities, disability, mental health issues or changes in circumstances.

    The post-holder will be a member of the Hertfordshire Team which is based in Stanmore.

    This post is for 27 hours per week working, Mondays,Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays (9am - 5pm) with early closing on a Friday at 2pm during the winter months.

    The role of the Senior Social Worker is to:

    • Work in partnership with individuals, carers and relevant voluntary and statutory resources to provide directly, or supervise others in the provision of, personalised care. This is with the aim of enabling people referred to the service reduce risk to themselves or others and/or improve their quality of life
    • Take responsibility for initiating and maintaining collaborative working and building networks within, and external to Jewish Care, to develop community and group interventions that enhance social and community life for the benefit of people in their local areas
    • Take an active role in supporting the team manager to run one of the following specialist forums focussing on Dementia, Disability, Family Carers or Palliative Care, as required
    • To act as a deputy to the team manager when required to do so

    What you'll be doing:

    • Hold a complex caseload and intervene effectively to ensure the safety and well-being of people using the service
    • Supervise team members to manage workloads independently and prioritise effectively so people who use the service receive support according to their level of risk
    • Take an active role in addressing discriminatory practice and inappropriate behaviour in colleagues and in people who use the service, in order to ensure they are treated with respect at all times
    • Support colleagues to demonstrate confident and effective judgement in making timely decisions to achieve positive change
    • Support colleagues to identify local services and resources that promote independence, choice and dignity of individuals, carers and families to enable people to remain within the community as far as this is possible
    • Demonstrate an active role in multi-agency working and the promotion of collaborative practice to ensure people in the community are supported in the best way possible
    • Ensure that information gained through community involvement is fed back to Jewish Care, and acted upon, in order to continually improve service provision according to changing circumstances
    • Carry out any other reasonable duties as requested by their line manager to ensure the service evolves in response to any changing circumstances

    What we're looking for:

    Qualifications

    • Social Work qualification (Essential)
    • Registration with HCPC (Essential)
    • Practice Educator qualification or similar (Desirable)

    Experience

    • Significant experience in managing a social work caseload and supervising others (Essential)
    • Extensive experience working with adults in a social care context (Desirable)
    • Experience of community and/or group work (Essential)
    • Demonstrate a high level of skill in the sensitive exploration of complexity and risk, offering support to colleagues managing such dilemmas
    • Take into account the expertise of people using the service, carers and the community in developing appropriate responses to particular needs
    • Enhanced ability to apply critical reflection and up to date knowledge to all aspects of the senior role
    • A uk driver's licence with access to a vehicle for work is essential for this post.
    Harrow Stanmore, Greater London, England 2018-09-17 Community Support and Social Work Permanent £ 27350 28870 YEAR

    Relief Helpline Adviser

    Barnet

    £14.34 + Benefits
    Hourly

    The Jewish Care Direct helpline provides information and guidance about Jewish Care services and social care issues. It receives over 15,000 enquiries each year. The role of the helpline adviser is to listen, provide emotional support and information and signpost to other services and organisations as appropriate.

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    The Jewish Care Direct helpline provides information and guidance about Jewish Care services and social care issues. It receives over 15,000 enquiries each year. The role of the helpline adviser is to listen, provide emotional support and information and signpost to other services and organisations as appropriate.

    This post is to work on and as and when required basis.

    What you'll be doing:

    • Providing emotional support and information to the Jewish community on a wide range of social care issues
    • Providing guidance and knowledge of Jewish Care services and those of other organisations, to ensure the community has effective support and knows who else they can approach if Jewish Care is not able to help them directly
    • Undertaking some casework, which may include advocating on behalf of individuals in the community, making follow up calls and so on
    • Be responsible for self-care, debriefing as necessary and working in a critically reflective way, regularly attending reflective practice and 1:1 supervision sessions
    • Working effectively with colleagues, both paid staff and volunteers, in order to create and maintain a good working environment and a consistent approach to the work

    What you'll need:

    • A social care or counselling qualification (desirable)
    • A minimum of 1 years’ experience of working on a helpline in either a paid or voluntary capacity
    • Experience of providing emotional support/counselling
    • Experience of dealing with a wide range of people, including people displaying challenging behaviour
    • Experience of identifying own training and development needs
    • Experience of working in a critically reflective way

    This post is to work on an as and when required basis

    Barnet Golders Green, Greater London, England 2018-09-05 Community Support and Social Work Permanent £ 14.34 14.34 HOUR
  • Housekeeping/General Assistant

    Barnet

    £8.22
    Hourly

    This part time role is based at our Holocaust Survivor's Centre, NW4 1QA. The working hours are 22 hours each week to be worked Monday through to Thursday each week. Start and end times are variable & to be agreed with the Centre Coordinator. Jewish Care is a leading communal...

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    This part time role is based at our Holocaust Survivor's Centre, NW4 1QA. The working hours are 22 hours each week to be worked Monday through to Thursday each week. Start and end times are variable & to be agreed with the Centre Coordinator. 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.

    This part time role is based at our Holocaust Survivor's Centre, NW4 1QA. The working hours are 22 hours each week to be worked Monday through to Thursday each week. Start and end times are variable & to be agreed with the Centre Coordinator.

    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.

    The role of Housekeeping/General Assistant at the small day centre will involve assisting the chef with food preparation in the morning and housekeeping activities in the afternoon such as hoovering, cleaning & refuse disposal. This position is responsible for the effective delivery of housekeeping services to an excellent standard to meet Health & Safety Regulations.

    Principal Accountabilities/Responsibilities

    • Ensure housekeeping and general kitchen activities are delivered to the required standard so that the highest standards of cleanliness are maintained
    • Ensure on all occasions safe and hygienic working practices are delivered in order to satisfy Health and Safety at Work and other statutory legislation
    • 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 & Skills

    Qualifications

    • GCSE English Language or equivalent desirable
    • Catering or Health & Safety qualifications desirable but training will be given

    Experience

    • Able to demonstrate experience in a similar role

    Skills

    • Effective communication
    • Able to work flexibly
    • Able to work as part of a team
    Barnet Barnet, Greater London, England 2018-09-21 Catering and Housekeeping Permanent £ 8.22 8.22 HOUR

    Store & Stock Superviser

    Barnet

    £18,000 + Benefits
    Annual

    This role is based at our Michael Sobell Centre, Maurice & Vivienne Wohl Campus, located in Golders Green, NW11. The working hours are 39 hours each week to be worked on a rota basis including weekends.

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    This role is based at our Michael Sobell Centre, Maurice & Vivienne Wohl Campus, located in Golders Green, NW11. The working hours are 39 hours each week to be worked on a rota basis including weekends.

    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.

    This role is based at our Michael Sobell Centre, Maurice & Vivienne Wohl Campus, located in Golders Green, NW11. The working hours are 39 hours each week to be worked on a rota basis including weekends.

    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.

    The storekeeper in Hotel Services is accountable for receiving storing and issuing supplies and equipment for the day to day hotel operations. Work closely with the purchasing department, ensuring cleanliness of all work areas, keeping storage and receiving areas clean and tidy at all times.

    The postholder also verifies that all supplies and goods received are listed on requisitions/orders and the delivery challans, invoices are checked and filed in the appropriate folder. Maintains par stock, inventory and stock records every month and compiles records of expenditures/consumptions etc.

    Policies

    All Jewish Care employees are expected to work within the Jewish Care Code of Conduct and the code of practice, policies and procedures relevant to their role.

    Principal accountabilities / responsibilities

    • Receive and forward all goods and deliveries in and out of the premises to the correct point of contact/storage area
    • Able to follow standards for issuing and receiving stock within the store's area of operation
    • Monitor and take inventory on regular basis to compile orders based on par levels or needs
    • Maintain clear and organised records to ensure all reports and invoices are filed and stored properly
    • Monitor PAR levels for all food items to ensure proper levels
    • Responsible for storage of both food, beverage, disposable and operational stock
    • Responsible for the day-to-day check on the storage facilities for upkeep and hygiene
    • Responsible to verify all goods arrived as per the agreed purchase, delivery note and agreed quantity has been received
    • Refuse acceptance of damaged, unacceptable, or incorrect items
    • Maintain cleanliness of all areas, keeping storage areas clean & tidy and in strict compliance with hygiene regulations
    • Ensure all store requisitions are signed by concerned Department Heads (HOD’s) and approved by FC/GM depending upon the hotel's operations procedure
    • Make sure the quantity requested and the quantity issued always matches
    • Oversee all store requisition forms are signed by the person collecting the goods and entered into the Inventory/Materials Management System
    • Post and process all invoices on the Agresso System
    • Conduct inventory audits to determine inventory levels and needs
    • Conduct physical stock audits on a regular basis as advised by the Financial Controller and the physical count to be tallied with the inventory count from the MMS - Material Management System
    • Assist the Accounts Payable Clerk / payable assistant in finding out any cost discrepancies
    • Complete requisition forms for inventory and supplies
    • Extend all requisitions on a daily basis and update the inventory management software/system
    • Work closely with Purchasing to order and receive items and equipment
    • Troubleshoot any vendor delivery issues and oversee/follow up on the return process
    • Follow up on documentation of after-hours issues ensuring it is in accordance with established internal controls and procedures

    Qualifications, Experience, Skills & Knowledge

    Qualifications

    • GCSE English Language or equivalent
    • GCSE Maths or equivalent

    Experience

    Familiar with Materials Management system (MMS)

    • Familiar with Inventory Management Software
    • Must have basic Microsoft Office computer skills for the day to day operation

    Skills & Knowledge

    • Positive attitude and good communication skills
    • Excellent spoken and written English
    • Flexibility to respond to a range of different work situations
    • Ability to work on your own or as part of a team
    • Have a good eye for detail
    • Good numeracy skills & knowledge of basic stock reconciliation

    Barnet Golders Green, Greater London, England 2018-09-20 Catering and Housekeeping Permanent £ 18000 18000 YEAR

    Laundry Assistant

    Barnet

    £8.22 + Benefits
    Hourly

    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.

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    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.

    The role of Laundry 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 laundry 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 role is for 30 hours per week, 5 days out of 7 and based at our Clore Manor Care Home in Hendon.

    What you'll be doing:

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

    What you'll need:

    • Experience in a similar role
    • an understanding of COSHH and Health & Safety in the workplace, or a willingness to be trained.
    • Be able to use initiative and work independently without direct supervision
    • Have a can do attitude
    Barnet Hendon, Greater London, England 2018-09-19 Catering and Housekeeping Permanent £ 8.22 8.22 HOUR

    Housekeeping/General Assistant

    Barnet

    £8.22
    Hourly

    The role of Housekeeping/General Assistant at the small day centre will involve assisting the chef with food preparation in the morning and housekeeping activities in the afternoon such as hoovering, cleaning & refuse disposal. This position is responsible for the effective delivery of housekeeping services to an excellent standard to...

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    The role of Housekeeping/General Assistant at the small day centre will involve assisting the chef with food preparation in the morning and housekeeping activities in the afternoon such as hoovering, cleaning & refuse disposal. This position is responsible for the effective delivery of housekeeping services to an excellent standard to meet Health & Safety Regulations.

    This post is for 36 hours per week to be worked Monday to Thursday 9.00am -5.00pm and Fridays 7.30am to 2.30pm

    Principal Accountabilities/Responsibilities

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

    Qualifications

    • GCSE English Language or equivalent desirable
    • Catering or Health & Safety qualifications desirable but training will be given

    Experience

    • Able to demonstrate experience in a similar role

    Skills

    • Effective communication
    • Able to work flexibly
    • Able to work as part of a team
    Barnet Barnet, Greater London, England 2018-09-19 Catering and Housekeeping Permanent £ 8.22 8.22 HOUR

    General Assistant [Kitchen]

    Barnet

    £8.22 + Benefits
    Hourly

    This role will be based at our Rosetrees Home, in Friern Barnet. The working hours are 35 hours each week worked on a rota basis. There will be occasional weekend & evening work. The role elivers daily services to our customers on the campus, acting as an ambassador for the...

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    This role will be based at our Rosetrees Home, in Friern Barnet. The working hours are 35 hours each week worked on a rota basis. There will be occasional weekend & evening work. The role elivers 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 role will be based at Rosetrees, in Friern Barnet. The working hours are 35 hours each week worked on a rota basis. There will be occasional weekend & evening work.

    Principal Accountabilities/Responsibilities

    • Undertake basic food preparation, i.e. vegetables, salads and sandwiches, to agreed timescales and standards
    • Clean and clear food preparation areas to agreed timescale and standards
    • Prepare food counter areas and dining areas for service to agreed timescales and standards and ensure their appearance is inviting and pleasing
    • Provide service of hot, cold food and beverages to ensure customers needs are met
    • Assist in preparation and service of hospitality and events to ensure agreed standards and timescales are met to ensure their success
    • 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:

    • To attend training as and when required
    • To 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

    Barnet Friern Barnet, Greater London, England 2018-09-19 Catering and Housekeeping Permanent £ 8.22 8.22 HOUR

    Housekeeping Assistant

    Barnet

    £8.22 + Benefits
    Hourly

    This role is based at our Lady Sarah Cohen House Home in Friern Barnet, N11 3ND. The working hours are 20 hours eack week worked on a rota basis. The role of Housekeeping Assistant will involve the delivery of Hotel Services within Jewish Care Homes and Community Centres. This position...

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    This role is based at our Lady Sarah Cohen House Home in Friern Barnet, N11 3ND. The working hours are 20 hours eack week worked on a rota basis. 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 role is based at our Lady Sarah Cohen House Home in Friern Barnet, N11 3ND. The working hours are 20 hours eack week worked on a rota basis.

    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

    Experience

    • Can demonstrate experience in a similar role

    Skills and Knowledge

    • Demonstrate an understanding of COSHH and Health & Safety in the workplace, or willingness to be trained accordingly

    Driving Results

    • Ability to prioritise & 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, enthusiastic, motivational communication style
    • Good verbal and written communication and ability to deliver assessments, feedback and developmental messages
    • Is able 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

    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

    • Able to work independently and on own initiative
    • Commitment to team working
    • Commitment to delivering a high quality housekeeping service providing excellent customer experience
    • Able to work as part of a multi-cultural team
    • Positive and flexible attitude.
    • Willingness to keep abreast of constantly changing practices in the industry
    • Can demonstrate commitment to own personal development

    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 2018-09-18 Catering and Housekeeping Permanent £ 8.22 8.22 HOUR

    Relief Peripatetic Chef Manager

    Barnet

    £13.53 + Benefits
    Hourly

    The role of Peripatetic Chef Manager will involve the delivery of Hotel Services within Jewish Care Homes and Community Centres. This post will require travel on a daily basis to different locations across North London, Redbridge, Southend and Brighton.This position will be responsible for the effective delivery and food services...

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    The role of Peripatetic Chef Manager will involve the delivery of Hotel Services within Jewish Care Homes and Community Centres. This post will require travel on a daily basis to different locations across North London, Redbridge, Southend and Brighton.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 on a relief as and when required basis.

    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.
    Barnet Golders Green, Greater London, England 2018-09-18 Catering and Housekeeping Permanent £ 13.53 13.53 HOUR

    Housekeeping Supervisor

    Camden

    £17,563 + Benefits
    Annual

    This Housekeeping Supervisor role is based at our Sidney Corob care home in Fortune Green. The working hours are 35 hours each week, worked over 5 out of 7 days with some weekend work. This posit holder will be responsible for meeting Health and Safety Regulations and accountable for excellent...

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    This Housekeeping Supervisor role is based at our Sidney Corob care home in Fortune Green. The working hours are 35 hours each week, worked over 5 out of 7 days with some weekend work. This posit holder will be responsible for meeting Health and Safety Regulations and accountable for excellent housekeeping standards. The 350 Hotel services team members form part of the Operations Department based in all Resources at Jewish Care.

    Principal accountabilities / responsibilities

    • To ensure all Health & Safety practices are monitored, met and recorded in line with organisational Policies and current legislations
    • Ensure all housekeeping and laundry services comply with Jewish Care agreed standards
    • 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
    • Ensure individual learning needs are met through provision of high quality training and development to inspire learners in developing their skills and capabilities
    • Keep abreast of best practice within the Housekeeping sector to ensure Jewish Care’s training and development remains relevant and innovative
    • 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 similar role
    • Experience in developing a team
    • Experience of rostering to budget

    Qualifications

    • BICs or willingness to be trained to this level
    • Current Accredited Infection Control Certificate or willingness to be trained to this level

    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

    We are proud to be a 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. It will involve the delivery of Hotel Services within Jewish Care Homes and Community Centres. The Head Office being based at Amelie House in Golders Green.

    Camden Camden, Greater London, England 2018-09-18 Catering and Housekeeping Permanent £ 17563 17563 YEAR

    Housekeeping Assistant - Vi & John Rubens House

    Redbridge

    £8.22 + Benefits
    Hourly

    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.

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    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 based at our Vi & John Rubens House Care Home in Ilford.


    This post is part time for 24 hours per week to be worked 4 days out of 7 days.


    The Role

    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.


    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 Ilford, Greater London, England 2018-09-18 Catering and Housekeeping Permanent £ 8.22 8.22 HOUR

    Dining Room Co-ordinator (Maternity Cover)

    Redbridge

    £8.22 + Benefits
    Hourly

    The role of the Dining Room co-ordinator will involve the delivery of Hotel Services within Jewish Care Homes. This position holder will be responsible for the effective delivery of dining room services to an excellent standard to meet Health & Safety Regulations. You will have effective communication skills, have the...

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    The role of the Dining Room co-ordinator will involve the delivery of Hotel Services within Jewish Care Homes. This position holder will be responsible for the effective delivery of dining room services to an excellent standard to meet Health & Safety Regulations. You will have effective communication skills, have the ability to work well within a team and be flexible in your approach. 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 based at our Vi & John Rubens House, Care Home in Ilford, Essex.

    This post is part time for 2 days per week (Monday & Tuesday) 7am - 3.30pm

    Principal Accountabilities / Responsibilities

    • To serve residents in the dining rooms breakfast and lunch clear tables and keep dining rooms clean and tidy .replenish breakfast stock ready for the next day.
    • Complete cleaning schedules in line with food & hygiene guidelines.
    • 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 service.

    Qualifications & Experience

    • Willing to undertake, an NVQ Level 2 Diploma in Professional Cookery and Social Care Catering.
    • 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 Ilford, Greater London, England 2018-09-18 Catering and Housekeeping Permanent £ 8.22 8.22 HOUR

    Chef Manager

    Redbridge

    £24,374 + 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...

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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 2018-09-18 Catering and Housekeeping Permanent £ 24374 24374 YEAR

    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.

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    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 based at our Kun Mor & George Kiss, Care Home in Barnet, North West London.


    This post is full time for 35 hours per week worked 5 days out of 7 including weekends.


    The Role

    The role of General Kitchen 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 kitchen 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.


    Principal Accountabilities / Responsibilities

    • Ensure general kitchen activities are delivered to the required standard so that the highest standards 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 service.

    Qualifications & Experience

    • Willing to undertake, an NVQ Level 2 Diploma in Professional Cookery and Social Care Catering.
    • Has an understanding of COSHH and Health & Safety in the workplace, or a willing to be trained
    • Can demonstrate experience in a similar role.

    Barnet London, Greater London, England 2018-09-18 Catering and Housekeeping Permanent £ 8.22 8.22 HOUR

    Housekeeping Assistant

    Barnet

    £8.22 + Benefits
    Hourly

    This role is based at our Kun Mor & George Kiss Home in Friern Barnet, N11 3ND. The working hours are 35 hours eack week worked on a rota basis, working 5 out of 7 days. The role of Housekeeping Assistant will involve the delivery of Hotel Services within Jewish...

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    This role is based at our Kun Mor & George Kiss Home in Friern Barnet, N11 3ND. The working hours are 35 hours eack week worked on a rota basis, working 5 out of 7 days. 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 role is based at our Kun Mor & George Kiss Home in Friern Barnet, N11 3ND. The working hours are 35 hours eack week worked on a rota basis, working 5 out of 7 days.

    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

    Experience

    • Can demonstrate experience in a similar role

    Skills and Knowledge

    • Demonstrate an understanding of COSHH and Health & Safety in the workplace, or willingness to be trained accordingly

    Driving Results

    • Ability to prioritise & 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, enthusiastic, motivational communication style
    • Good verbal and written communication and ability to deliver assessments, feedback and developmental messages
    • Is able 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

    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

    • Able to work independently and on own initiative
    • Commitment to team working
    • Commitment to delivering a high quality housekeeping service providing excellent customer experience
    • Able to work as part of a multi-cultural team
    • Positive and flexible attitude.
    • Willingness to keep abreast of constantly changing practices in the industry
    • Can demonstrate commitment to own personal development

    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 2018-09-18 Catering and Housekeeping Permanent £ 8.22 8.22 HOUR

    Chef Manager

    Barnet

    £27,000 + Benefits
    Annual

    This chef manager position is based at our Lady Sarah Cohen House, Nursing Home. 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...

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    This chef manager position is based at our Lady Sarah Cohen House, Nursing Home. 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.
    Barnet Barnet, Greater London, England 2018-09-18 Catering and Housekeeping Permanent £ 27000 27000 YEAR

    General Assistant

    Barnet

    £8.22 + Benefits
    Hourly

    The role is based at Lady Sarah Cohen House, Friern Barnet, N11 3ND. The working hours are 40 hours each week worked on a rota basis, to include evening and weekend work.The catering facilities at the resource provide an excellent standard of catering and hospitality to residents, day centre members...

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    The role is based at Lady Sarah Cohen House, Friern Barnet, N11 3ND. The working hours are 40 hours each week worked on a rota basis, to include evening and weekend work.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 role is based at Lady Sarah Cohen House, Friern Barnet, N11 3ND.The working hours are 40 hours each week worked on a rota basis, to include evening and weekend work.

    Principal Accountabilities/Responsibilities

    • Undertake basic food preparation, for example vegetables, salads and sandwiches, to agreed timescales and standards
    • Clean and clear food preparation areas to agreed timescale and standards
    • Prepare food counter areas and dining areas for service to agreed timescales and standards and ensure their appearance is inviting and pleasing
    • Provide service of hot, cold food and beverages to ensure customers needs are met
    • Assist in preparation and service of hospitality and events to ensure agreed standards and timescales are met to ensure their success
    • Operate the till, taking payments, giving change and cashing up when required to agreed standards
    • Attend staff training to meet organisational and legislative standards so that high standards are met and maintained
    • Demonstrate good standards of customer service, through regular personal contact with the customers to ensure their needs are met
    • Attend catering hospitality service meetings required and to report regularly to the Front of House/ Hospitality Manager on any matters discussed with Customers to ensure the highest standards are met and maintained
    • Comply with all Company Policies and Procedures, together with all statutory legal requirements and regulations to ensure standards are met and maintained

    Job, Knowledge, Skills & Experience:

    • Previous experience as a kitchen assistant preferable
    • Basic Food Hygiene Certificate is required, however if not already attained, then the ability to undertake and pass this qualification is necessary
    • Able to work under pressure
    • Able to work flexibly on a rota basis
    • A team player who can also work independently
    • Good, clear communication
    • Basic literacy, verbal and numeracy skills
    • Awareness of working in a multicultural environment
    • Willingness to undertake supervision, NVQ training and any other training that may be appropriate
    • Health and Safety awareness
    • Equal Opportunities awareness
    • Compliant with Jewish Care's dress code
    • Understanding of Jewish values and culture beneficial

    Additional Information:

    • To carry out any reasonable duties as requested by the designated line manager or other senior person
    • It is a requirement of the post holder to maintain confidentiality
    • To work to the Organisation’s Vision, Mission, Values and Behaviours
    • On occasion you may be required to assist in service at other local sites to ensure the needs of service users are met
    • This job description is not exhaustive

    Barnet Friern Barnet, Greater London, England 2018-09-18 Catering and Housekeeping Permanent £ 8.22 8.22 HOUR

    Housekeeping Assistant

    Barnet

    £8.22 + Benefits
    Hourly

    This role is based at Rostrees Care Home in Friern Barnet. Working hours are 20 hours each week on a rota basis. 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...

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    This role is based at Rostrees Care Home in Friern Barnet. Working hours are 20 hours each week on a rota basis. 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.

    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.

    Barnet Friern Barnet, Greater London, England 2018-09-18 Catering and Housekeeping Permanent £ 8.22 8.22 HOUR

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