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  • 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 Stanmore, Greater London, England 14-05-2018 Care Permanent £ 16.28 16.28 HOUR

    Care Assistant

    Brighton and Hove

    £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.

    This post is full time working day shifts on a rota.

    Principal accountabilities / responsibilities

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


    Requirements for the Care Assistant:

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

    Brighton and Hove Brighton, East Sussex, England 14-05-2018 Care Permanent £ 8.22 9 HOUR

    Night Care Assistant - Part Time

    Brighton and Hove

    £9.06 - £9.56 + Benefits
    Hourly

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

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

    This post is based at our Hyman Fine Residential Care Home in Brighton.

    This post is part time working Monday & Tuesday nights only from 8pm to 8am coveing 24 hours per week.

    Principal accountabilities / responsibilities

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

    Requirements for the Care Assistant:

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

    Please only apply if you are able to work only Monday and Tuesday nights.

    Brighton and Hove Brighton, East Sussex, England 14-05-2018 Care Permanent £ 9.06 9.56 HOUR

    Deputy Residential Home Manager RGN

    Redbridge

    £33,558 - £37,888 + Benefits
    Annual

    Based in Redbridge, Vi and John Rubens House is one of Jewish Care’s largest homes – and the only one in the Redbridge area. The home also offers a wide range of communal lounges and sitting areas, a synagogue, two gardens and a lovely hairdressing salon. There is also a...

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    Based in Redbridge, Vi and John Rubens House is one of Jewish Care’s largest homes – and the only one in the Redbridge area. The home also offers a wide range of communal lounges and sitting areas, a synagogue, two gardens and a lovely hairdressing salon. There is also a smaller, separate lounge and dining room for people with dementia.

    The role of the Care Manager is to ensure Jewish Care provides a person centred service to all of our residents, building relationships with them, their families and the local community. Enabling every individual to remain independent and have choices which meet their personal needs. The Care Manager is accountable for making sure that the service provided is delivered in line with all current legislation and policies and that all staff are trained and supported to deliver to the Jewish Care standard.

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

    What you’ll be doing:

    • Encourage service users to maintain their independence by understanding their needs and limitations enabling the service to create opportunities to express these fully.
    • Participate in the care planning process for service users to ensure their needs are fully understood, agreed, documented and delivered to the agreed standard.
    • Facilitate and lead activities where required working with colleagues to assist in the provision of an environment which is motivating and stimulating for all service users and which reflects their Jewish identity and cultural needs.
    • Lead an effective, motivated and effective team providing excellent person centred care focused on relationships to all service users ensuring Jewish Care continues to promote meaningful lives.
    • Manage the residential care worker team within the home through reflective practice and regular and timely supervision and performance reviews so that all care staff is fully supported to be effective in their jobs.
    • Promote and maintain good channels of communication amongst the team and between service users, family members, volunteers, and staff.
    • Oversee the effective management of the unit including the rota, handover process, medication management, doctors rounds, end of life care and communication with families. Auditing the unit to ensure the service is being delivered to Jewish Care standards and in line with all policies and procedures.
    • Maintain standards of practise to meet CQC requirements and legislative directives.
    • Deputise for the registered manager in their absence
    • Maintain good links with Jewish Care’s support services
    • Actively promote and demonstrate Jewish Care values

    What you'll need:

    • RGN or RMN registered with NMC
    • NVQ or QCF level 4
    • Previous experience working with older people and leading a team in a care environment (Essential)
    • Proven experience of being responsible for the day to day management of a care environment (Essential)
    • Experience of security and building management (Desirable)
    • Experience of administration of medicine (Essential)
    • Experience of dealing with emergency care (Essential)
    • Ability to use initiative appropriately and work independently without direct supervision, knows when to ask for support

    Redbridge Ilford, Greater London, England 07-05-2018 Care Permanent £ 33558 37888 YEAR

    Care Assistant - Rubens House

    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 04-05-2018 Care Permanent £ 8.22 9 HOUR

    Care Assistant [Days] - Princess Alexandra Home

    Harrow

    £16,501 - £18,067 + Benefits
    Annual

    This role is based at Princess Alexandra Care Home, Stanmore, Harrow. The working hours are 38.5 hours each week, worked on a rota basis, to include weekends. The role of a care assistant is to assist and support residents in a wide range of daily activities so that they can...

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    This role is based at Princess Alexandra Care Home, Stanmore, Harrow. The working hours are 38.5 hours each week, worked on a rota basis, to include weekends. The role of a care assistant is to assist and support residents in a wide range of daily activities so that they can achieve optimum wellbeing, independence, self-expression, fulfilment and have as positive an experience as possible. In addition, all those working in a care home setting, strive to provide all stakeholders, including residents, their relatives or representatives, volunteers, external visitors, professionals and colleagues, with a positive ‘customer experience, thus enhancing their experience as well as their view of our client as a caring professional services provider. As a Care Assistant you will have a key role that impacts on the quality of life of the residents.

    This role is based at Princess Alexandra Care Home, Stanmore, Harrow. The working hours are 38.5 hours each week, worked on a rota basis, to include weekends.

    Principal accountabilities / responsibilities

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

    Requirements for the Care Assistant:

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

    Harrow Stanmore, Greater London, England 04-05-2018 Care Permanent £ 16501 18067 YEAR

    Bank Care Assistant

    Brighton and Hove

    £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.

    This post is for Bank Care Workers for our Hyman Fine Residential Care Home in Brighton.

    We can offer both day or night shifts on anas and when required basis to cover holidays and sickness on a zero hours contract.

    You could work full shifts which is from 8am - 8pm for days or 8pm -8am for nights (12 hours) or we can offer flexible half shifts 8- 1.30 or 2 -8 for both days and nights.

    Principal accountabilities / responsibilities

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


    Requirements for the Care Assistant:

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

    Brighton and Hove Brighton, East Sussex, England 03-05-2018 Care Temporary £ 8.22 9 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 03-05-2018 Care Permanent £ 8.22 9 HOUR

    Senior Care Assistant - Rubens House

    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 rota basis including days and 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 03-05-2018 Care Permanent £ 10.04 10.58 HOUR
  • Independent Living Manager

    Barnet

    £40,411 + Benefits
    Annual

    Jewish Care is a charity that really does create better lives for older Jewish people. And not just by building fantastic buildings and providing lots of activities facilities. Our staff make the biggest difference: working together, living our values, providing a quality person-centred service to be proud of. We are...

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    Jewish Care is a charity that really does create better lives for older Jewish people. And not just by building fantastic buildings and providing lots of activities facilities. Our staff make the biggest difference: working together, living our values, providing a quality person-centred service to be proud of. We are due to open a new scheme in the heart of the Jewish community in Hendon comprising 32, one and two bed apartments

    We have an outstanding opportunity for a Registered Manager, with previous scheme management experience to oversee the successful operation of our Wohl Court apartments, located in Hendon NW London. In return we offer a highly competitive salary circa £41.500 plus great benefits

    The role of independent Living Manager is very exciting and challenging, with an experienced middle /senior manager with strong leadership skills and experience of working and managing within a busy customer focussed social care environment. We are looking for an outstanding manager who focusses on excellent customer service. Problem solving and strong staff management skills will help us deliver the high standard of care required.

    You will work under the guidance of the Service Manager for Independent Living and the Housing Services Manager, and be accountable for running it as a 24/7, 365-day operation. You will be responsible for all aspects of life in the scheme, ensuring tenants cultural needs are met through getting to know people , the community and networks and ensuring people have access and are involved in joint activities including celebrations and religious festivals and high holy days Your work will involve working with colleagues and managing relationships with tenants, their families and carers, motivating a multi-disciplined team, contributing to the development of a vibrant community and encouraging the facilities to be used as a hub for local older people. You will ensure high standards of care and support, supporting the reputation of the largest provider of social cared to the Jewish Community in the U.K.

    To apply for this role you will be qualified to NVQ/QCF4 (Registered Managers Award) and be able to demonstrate :

    Experience of:

    • working with older people with disabilities
    • managing an accommodation based service
    • successfully building and leading a care team
    • managing a substantial budget
    • volunteer management
    • managing multi agency working

    To work within our values framework including being able to demonstrate

    • A strong commitment to the Jewish Care values and providing an excellent customer experience.
    • willingness to learn about the Jewish way of life
    • Motivation to develop knowledge of the community and how the service operates within it
    • Ability to be an ambassador for Jewish Care
    • Willingness to work in a multicultural environment

    Closing dates for applications is 5pm Tuesday 28th May.

    Shortlisting will commence Friday 1st June with interviews being held on Thursday 7th June.

    Barnet Hendon, Greater London, England 15-05-2018 Home Care and Independent Living Permanent £ 40411 40411 YEAR
  • General Assistant [Post Room]

    Head Office

    £8,572 + Benefits
    Annual

    This role is based at our Head Office, Amelie House in Golders Green, NW11. The is a fixed term contract for up to 12 monthsn working 20 hours each week, Monday to Friday.

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    This role is based at our Head Office, Amelie House in Golders Green, NW11. The is a fixed term contract for up to 12 monthsn working 20 hours each week, Monday to Friday.

    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. This role is based at our Head Office, Amelie House in Golders Green, NW11. This is a fixed term contract for up to 12 months working 20 hours each week, Monday to Friday.

    The main role of General Assistant [Post Room] is to ensure the secure and smooth processing of the incoming and outgoing post and deliveries for the organisation. There are some additional duties including lunch cover on the Main Reception desk and the role reports directly to the Assistant Facilities Manager.

    Principal accountabilities / responsibilities

    Post

    • Opening and sorting post in accordance with charity procedures
    • Delivery of post to on-site resources and correct departments at regular times during the day to ensure distribution is prompt and to agreed standards
    • Collection and transfer of post to on-site resources and correct departments at regular times during the day to ensure distribution is prompt and to agreed standards
    • Franking of outgoing post in accordance with charity procedures
    • Processing of “signed for” and special deliveries in accordance with charity procedures
    • Help to maintain the Post Room Manual together with the Post Room Operative, ensuring up to date postal information is always available and the best possible service delivered to the organisation
    • Work with the Concierge team to distribute incoming deliveries in a timely manner to ensure distribution is prompt and to agreed standards

    Stock Levels

    • Ensure accurate records are kept for internal delivery distribution so an auditable service is provided
    • Maintain appropriate paper stock & toner levels in and around photocopiers to meet the need of users
    • Maintain appropriate core stationery stock levels
    • Maintain appropriate crockery, cutlery, tea, coffe, sugar stock in the refreshment areas

    Team Support

    • During Reception cover (1 hour) Meet and greet visitors in accordance with the security procedures
    • During Reception cover (1 hour) Answer internal calls in a timely, appropriate manner to a high standard so a quality service is delivered
    • During Reception cover (1 hour) Open and respond to email requests in a timely, appropriate manner to a high standard, to deliver a quality service
    • Adhoc photocopying, laminating and binding as required to support the team during busy times
    • Assist with any complaints/problems to resolve them in a timely, appropriate way, letting the relevant person know what has occurred

    Health & Safety

    • Ensure all public areas, walkways and corridors are kept free from obstructions in compliance with fire and health and safety regulations
    • Upon completion of training, to undertake fire marshal duties in compliance with fire and health and safety regulations

    Experience

    • Previous experience working in a busy and demanding environment with a large, varied team
    • Experience working in an office / post room environment, desirable but not essential
    • Experience in processing post for a large organisation, desirable but not essential

    Qualifications

    • GSCE level English, Maths or equivalent

    Skills & Knowledge

    • A good attention to detail and familiar with adhering to policies and procedures
    • Able to maintain confidentiality at all times
    • Able to work both as a member of the team and independently
    • Has a basic knowledge of health and safety issues and fire procedures
    • Has existing IT Skills and a willingness to develop their technical skills

    Communication

    • Has strong verbal and written communication skills
    • Can deal with difficult situations in a calm and professional manner
    Head Office Golders Green, Greater London, England 24-05-2018 Central Support Contract £ 8572 8572 YEAR

    Community Fundraising Executive (part time)

    Barnet

    £15,124 + Benefits
    Annual

    We have created this exciting new role, of Community Fundraising Executive, to enable us to develop and expand our existing community fundraising work with a range of stakeholders ranging from local fundraising committees and community based events to individual supporters. The role would suit a dynamic and proactive person, with...

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    We have created this exciting new role, of Community Fundraising Executive, to enable us to develop and expand our existing community fundraising work with a range of stakeholders ranging from local fundraising committees and community based events to individual supporters. The role would suit a dynamic and proactive person, with community fundraising experience, capable of thinking strategically, creating opportunities and engaging with people at all levels.

    The successful candidate will need a UK driving licence and have use of their own vehicle for work.

    This is a part time position (21 hours per week)

    Principal accountabilities / responsibilities

    • To help the Senior Community Fundraiser implement the community fundraising strategy with a focus on growing the local events portfolio and activities in order to maximise supporter engagement and income for Jewish Care.
    • To help drive the recruitment of new committees and individual fundraisers by targeting new groups and demographics in order to grow the supporter base on a local level.
    • To work closely with individual fundraisers acting as their main contact in order to provide all necessary support on their fundraising journey.
    • To increase awareness of local committee activity to insure all opportunities for engagement are used and maximum exposure is achieved.
    • To help promote communication between each committee and Jewish Care through the development of committee newsletters in order to improve information sharing across the organisation and community fundraisers.
    • To act as the main liaison between Jewish Care resource managers and each committee to ensure clear lines of communication with regard to the allocation of funds and moneys raised.
    • To ensure that accurate and up to date financial and supporter records are maintained and accessible to allow for financial planning and reporting.
    • To ensure accurate and timely cash handling, banking, acknowledging and receipting income in accordance with Jewish Care’s policies and procedures to provide the best supporter care and protect Jewish Care.

    Qualifications, Experience, Skills & Knowledge

    Qualifications

    • Degree level or equivalent (desirable).

    Experience

    • At least 2 years’ experience of working within a community fundraising environment.
    • Experience of events organisation and fundraising in local communities (desirable).
    • Experience of managing and delivering budgets to target (desirable).
    • Experience of working with volunteers (desirable).
    • Familiarity with the geographical area this role will cover including existing links to community groups and individuals (desirable).

    Skills & Knowledge

    • Administrative and organisational skills
    • Excellent time management and organisational skills, including project and financial planning skills (essential).
    • Proficiency with Microsoft Office package including Outlook, Internet Explorer, Word, Excel and Powerpoint (essential).
    • Experience of Donor/Fundraising Databases (eg. thankQ) (desirable).

    Communication

    • Exceptional communication skills – both written and verbal. Ability to convey key points succinctly and with clarity (essential).
    • Strong interpersonal skills – able to interact with a wide variety of individuals to achieve positive outcomes and establish sustainable relationships and partnerships (essential).
    • Online social networking skills (desirable).

    Driving Results

    • A highly motivated, pro-active, individual who is able to work well on their own initiative, as well as part of a team.
    • Can demonstrate ability to use initiative appropriately and work independently without direct supervision.
    • Comfortable with variety and dealing with new/unexpected challenges and seeks opportunities for improvements.

    Supporting People

    • Can demonstrate ability to build supportive, trusting relationships with others.
    • Development
    • Ability to work on own initiative and within a team.
    • Can take responsibility for their own development, willing to attend appropriate training.
    • Commitment to team working and delivering a high quality, flexible and responsive service.

    Jewish Care Priorities

    • Sets high standards and is committed to high quality delivery.
    • Knowledge of and empathy with the work of Jewish Care and the Jewish Care values.
    • Motivated to develop knowledge of the community and how the service operates within it.
    • Demonstrate the ability to be an ambassador for Jewish Care.
    • Experience of and willingness to work in a multicultural environment.

    Other requirements

    • Clean UK driving licence.
    • Ability to work a flexible week which might require evening and weekends as required by the duties of the post. Time off in lieu will be given.

    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.

    "The listing will close 5pm Friday 29th June 2018, or as soon as sufficient applicants have been received"

    Barnet Golders Green, Greater London, England 23-05-2018 Central Support Permanent £ 15124 15124 YEAR

    Digital Engagement Lead

    Barnet

    £33,293 + Benefits
    Annual

    In the digital age, technology presents great opportunities to enhance social connections, increase participation in society and in the cultural life of the community. However, for those who are not digitally included, there is an increasing risk of isolation, of being disconnected from friends, family and the modern world around...

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    In the digital age, technology presents great opportunities to enhance social connections, increase participation in society and in the cultural life of the community. However, for those who are not digitally included, there is an increasing risk of isolation, of being disconnected from friends, family and the modern world around them. As such, in September 2017, Jewish Care launched Jewish Care Explore—for older and disabled Jewish people to acquire the digital skills they need for everyday life. Through a mix of structured courses and a drop in Internet cafe style service, we help people learn to access and use technology, in the first instance, and then ensure that their use of technology is both meaningful and purposeful, enabling them to lead more socially engaged and fulfilling lives.

    We are recruiting for a Digital Engagement Lead, to manage the day-to-day operations of the Jewish Care Explore service and to work alongside the Digital Services Development Manager, in further developing and growing the service.

    What you'll be doing:

    Working with both staff and volunteers to:

    • Conduct ongoing user research amongst older and disabled customers and prospective customers;

    • Plan and develop new courses to add to the core syllabus and learning program;

    • Build upon and develop the Train the Trainers program for training staff and volunteers;

    • Plan and create an ICT skills and knowledge assessment tool; and

    • Plan and develop the process for monitoring and measuring customer progress.

    Outreach program

    • Plan and develop a volunteer outreach program to support older and disabled people to beco digitally engaged; and

    • Adapt the ICT training program to meet the needs of the outreach program.

    Partnership and community development

    • Create links and partnerships with other organisations that can provide services and support that Jewish Care cannot. For example, training in specialist technologies, such as screen readers or switch devices; and

    • Develop and manage key stakeholder relationships within and without Jewish Care, in order to promote the service to prospective customers and their wider care networks.

    Day-to-day operations

    • Develop and ensure adherence to policies, procedures, systems and processes;

    • Specify and purchase any new hardware and software required;

    • Staff and volunteer management; and

    • Reporting against KPIs and other metrics.

    What you'll need:

    • Educated to degree level or equivalent.
    • A competent and enthusiastic ICT user, confident in using PCs, as well as tablets/mobile devices, including commonly used applications, such as Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, WhatsApp, Dropbox, Skype and FaceTime.
    • Interested in and knowledgeable about the potential of digital technology to transform older and disabled people’s lives.
    • Experience of providing training to older and disabled people or experience of developing and delivering activities for older and disabled people.
    • Able to develop differentiated training resources and tutorials that meet a wide range of needs, and that take into account different learning styles.
    • Experience of assessing skills and progress throughout the learning journey.
    • Experience of managing people, either staff, volunteers or both.
    • Knowledge of current developments in ICT and particularly applications to facilitate engagement and communication for older and disabled people.

    This vacancy is open to Jewish Care employees only, and will close at Noon on Tuesday 29th May 2018.

    Barnet Golders Green, Greater London, England 22-05-2018 Central Support Permanent £ 33293 33293 YEAR

    IT Trainer

    Barnet

    £28,713 + Benefits
    Annual

    Jewish Care is looking for an IT Trainer to work with our Learning & Development team, based in Golders Green, London. We’re the leading health and social care charity for the Jewish community in the UK – this is an exciting time to join us as we revolutionise our internal...

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    Jewish Care is looking for an IT Trainer to work with our Learning & Development team, based in Golders Green, London. We’re the leading health and social care charity for the Jewish community in the UK – this is an exciting time to join us as we revolutionise our internal operations using digital technology. We believe in taking care of our employees, so on top of your competitive starting salary of £28,713, you’ll receive an excellent benefits package plus ongoing opportunities for development.

    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, practise different faiths, and offer perspectives on life that are as individual as they are.

    What you’ll be doing

    You’ll work collaboratively with managers and staff, effectively developing their digital skills to enhance care and deliver high quality services. Staying up-to-date with current training trends, you’ll provide creative ideas to successfully tailor and apply them within Jewish Care. The role is 36.25 hours per week and will involve:

    • Producing training materials (reference guides, blogs, e-learning demos, trainer scripts)

    • Using e-learning software (Adapt) to create and deliver engaging learning experiences

    • Identifying and prioritising training needs for new and future software/equipment

    • Designing a structured support programme, enabling quick uptake of our IT systems

    • Creating a campaign to enthuse staff and managers around our L&D digital offerings

    • Providing ad-hoc assistance to managers, individuals or IT support

    What you’ll need

    With excellent interpersonal skills you’ll effectively motivate and engage learners at different levels. You’ll be experienced working with a variety of software applications and systems. A relevant teaching/training qualification is desirable, and experience within the public/care or charity sector would be an advantage. In addition to this we’re looking for the following:

    • Educated to degree level or equivalent (Essential)

    • Strong digital/IT training record, focused on coaching and e-learning (Essential)

    • Experience working with staff at all levels, with varying degrees of IT knowledge and language skills (Essential)

    • Confident coaching and training on Office 365, Windows 10 and SharePoint

    • Ability to assess skills, progressing teams and individuals through the learning journey

    • Skilled in designing, producing and delivering new training and associated materials

    • Competent in project delivery, from conception to implementation

    What we can offer you

    Our people are passionate about working for Jewish Care, because we value the importance of caring for our employees as much as the community we serve. In addition to your competitive salary, you’ll receive a 4% employer contribution pension with free life assurance, childcare vouchers, free DBS shared update, generous mileage allowance for work…these are just a few from a long list of benefits.

    Barnet Golders Green, Greater London, England 09-05-2018 Central Support Permanent £ 28713 28713 YEAR

    Jewish Care is the largest health and social care charity serving the UK’s Jewish community. We run over 70 centres and services, caring for more than 10,000 people every week through the work of our 1,400 amazing staff members, our 3,000 generous volunteers and our dedicated lay leaders who lend...

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    Jewish Care is the largest health and social care charity serving the UK’s Jewish community. We run over 70 centres and services, caring for more than 10,000 people every week through the work of our 1,400 amazing staff members, our 3,000 generous volunteers and our dedicated lay leaders who lend their time and expertise.

    Jewish Care’s vision is of a society where people support and care about one another and are able to participate fully in their community. We work 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.

    Director of Fundraising and Community Engagement

    Salary - Competitive

    As part of a redeveloped leadership team we are seeking a Director of Fundraising and Community Engagement. In this broad role s/he will both maximise our fundraising opportunities and ensure our community are supported well to support us. On the back of a newly completed fundraising review, the Director will increase our £21million income for both our revenue and capital schemes, particularly building on our major donor opportunities and continuing to develop our legacy offering. S/he will also ensure our community is professionally supported so they can dedicate their much needed time, money and resources as they wish. As part of an ambitious senior leadership team, the Director will work strategically with peers to ensure the organisation continues to deliver exceptional and relevant services.

    The successful candidate will have a proven track record of increasing income, within sales or fundraising environments, through relationship based approaches. You will be a strategic and ambitious senior leader with change management experience, who enjoys working across the organisation and leading and coaching ambitious and dedicated teams. You will have successful experience of working with people at all levels to secure their buy in and commitment and most importantly will share our values to make a positive impact on the lives of our community.

    Prospectus is acting as an employment adviser to Jewish Care. A candidate brief and full job description can be obtained by clicking the apply button below.

    For a confidential conversation, please contact Anna Gardet or Eva Farina on 0207 691 1920 or e-mail anna.gardet@prospect-us.co.uk or eva.farina@prospect-us.co.uk.

    Closing date for applications is 12 noon, Monday 28th May 2018.

    Barnet Golders Green, Greater London, England 02-05-2018 Central Support Permanent 0 0 YEAR

    Jewish Care is the largest health and social care charity serving the UK’s Jewish community. We run over 70 centres and services, caring for more than 10,000 people every week through the work of our 1,400 amazing staff members, our 3,000 generous volunteers and our dedicated lay leaders who lend...

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    Jewish Care is the largest health and social care charity serving the UK’s Jewish community. We run over 70 centres and services, caring for more than 10,000 people every week through the work of our 1,400 amazing staff members, our 3,000 generous volunteers and our dedicated lay leaders who lend their time and expertise.

    Jewish Care’s vision is of a society where people support and care about one another and are able to participate fully in their community. We work 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.

    Director of Marketing, Communications and Customer Engagement

    Salary - Competitive

    As part of a redeveloped leadership team we are seeking a Director of Marketing, Communications and Customer Engagement. In this newly created post s/he will reposition our marketing and communications activity to support the whole organisation. As well as developing and delivering Jewish Care’s marketing and communications strategy, the Director will support all teams to achieve their strategies. With a focus on maximising our service offer, this role will also involve developing our customer engagement strategy to ensure high quality, effective provision for all customers and their families. As part of an ambitious senior leadership team, the Director will work strategically with peers to ensure the organisation continues to deliver exceptional and relevant services.

    The successful candidate will have a proven track record of developing and implementing organisational wide marketing strategies, with specific experience of running successful appeals and media strategies. You will be a strategic and ambitious senior leader with change management experience, who enjoys working across the organisation and leading and coaching ambitious and dedicated teams. You will have successful experience of working with people at all levels to secure their buy in and commitment and most importantly you will share our values to make a positive impact on the lives of our community.

    Prospectus is acting as an employment adviser to Jewish Care. A candidate brief and full job description can be obtained by clicking the apply button below.

    For a confidential conversation, please contact Anna Gardet or Eva Farina on 0207 691 1920 or e-mail anna.gardet@prospect-us.co.uk or eva.farina@prospect-us.co.uk.

    Closing date for applications is 12 noon, Monday 28th May 2018.

    Barnet Golders Green, Greater London, England 02-05-2018 Central Support Permanent 0 0 YEAR

    Jewish Care is the largest health and social care charity for the Jewish community in the UK dedicated to responding to and meeting the Jewish community’s social and associated health care needs. We touch the lives of 10,000 people each week. Some 1,400 amazing staff and 3,000 generous volunteers run...

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    Jewish Care is the largest health and social care charity for the Jewish community in the UK dedicated to responding to and meeting the Jewish community’s social and associated health care needs. We touch the lives of 10,000 people each week. Some 1,400 amazing staff and 3,000 generous volunteers run 70 centres and specialist services throughout London and the South East, both directly and in partnership with other organisations, with an income exceeding £45m. With the firm belief that our work is “all about people”, Jewish Care understands that care and support must recognise the whole individual, particularly in times of distress or vulnerability. Our values, of excellence, enabling, creative, integrity and inclusive, are central to all that we do, and our people, our diverse and committed workforce, are at the heart of our organisation.

    This is an exciting time for Jewish Care: we have just appointed a new Chief Executive, and are looking ahead to a future in which the quality of our care will continue to be the key driver of our success as social care changes rapidly. The Director of Human Resources and Organisation Development is a key member of Jewish Care’s leadership team and is responsible for developing and driving the implementation of the organisation’s people strategy and plan.

    The successful candidate will provide strategic and operational leadership to the Human Resources function, working as a key business partner and enabler of the organisation. S/he will provide leadership to accelerate the development and growth of organisational capability and performance in order to achieve strategic aims and objectives and better outcomes for the people using Jewish Care’s services.

    The successful candidate will be a strategic HR leader with a demonstrable track record of leading and supporting organisational change. S/he will bring executive leadership experience within a multi‐site, complex, service environment, and, ideally, some understanding of regulation. The ability to build and lead teams, coaching and developing capability will be essential, as will the ability to assess the effectiveness of HR governance and oversight. An appreciation of the social care sector and its challenges, or a readiness to understand this important sector, will be important. Finally, a sympathy with Jewish Care’s values and community, and a deep appreciation of the importance of providing an excellent customer experience, in a multi‐cultural environment, are essential. As a member of the Directorate Team, the successful candidate will lead by example, demonstrating each of our deeply‐held values.

    Saxton Bampfylde Ltd is acting as an employment agency adviser to Jewish Care. A candidate brief with full application details can be obtained from their website at www.saxbam.com/appointments using reference code TAQPB. Alternatively email belinda.beck@saxbam.com or telephone + 44(0)20 7227 0880 (during office hours). Applications should be received by noon on 29th May 2018.

    Barnet Golders Green, Greater London, England 02-05-2018 Central Support Permanent 0 0 YEAR
  • Relief Registered General Nurse [Days/Nights]

    Harrow

    £15.86 + Benefits
    Hourly

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

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    The Role

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

    We have opportunities for Days and Nights

    Principal accountabilities / responsibilities of the Registered General Nurse

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

    Requirements for the RGN:

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

    Harrow Harrow, Greater London, England 08-05-2018 Nursing Temporary £ 15.86 15.86 HOUR

    Registered General Nurse [Care Home]

    Redbridge

    £33,297 + Benefits
    Annual

    This role is based at our Vi & John Rubens Home in Ilford, Essex. The working hours are 42 hours each week on a rota basis, working nights from 8pm to 8am.

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    This role is based at our Vi & John Rubens Home in Ilford, Essex. The working hours are 42 hours each week on a rota basis, working nights from 8pm to 8am.

    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. This role is based at our Vi & John Rubens Home in Ilford, Essex. The working hours are 42 hours each week on a rota basis, working nights from 8pm to 8am.

    Principal accountabilities / responsibilities of the Night Registered General Nurse

    • 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
    • Responsible for and contribute to the preparation of care plans, their updating and review by the care team, relevant to each individual resident’s needs. This should be done in consultation with residents, advocates and their families
    • 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
    • Accountable for the safe-keeping, storage, administration, ordering, recording and handling of drugs in accordance with current legislation and NMC guidelines
    • Responsible 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
    • Ensure relevant assessments and inductions of staff and residents into the Home are carried out according to the GSCC Code of Conduct, organisational and National Standards
    • Deputise for the unit in the absence of the care manager or senior nurse
    • Support the well-being of residents and security of the building by carrying out regular checks to ensure all criteria are met
    • 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
    • Keep abreast of Jewish Care’s policies and procedures as well as other professional and regulatory guidelines and standards ensuring they are followed at all times
    • Contribute to the correct stock control and ensuring that consumables required for operations are available

    Requirements for the Night RGN:

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

    Redbridge Ilford, Greater London, England 08-05-2018 Nursing Permanent £ 33297 33297 YEAR

    Registered General Nurse [Nights - Care Home]

    Barnet

    £33,297 + Benefits
    Annual

    This is a full-time (Night) 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 full-time (Night) 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.

    Weekly Hours: 40.25 hours

    Principal accountabilities / responsibilities of the Registered General Nurse

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

    Requirements for the RGN:

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

    Barnet Barnet, Greater London, England 03-05-2018 Nursing Permanent £ 33297 33297 YEAR

    Registered General Nurse [Days - Care Home]

    Harrow

    £33,298 + Benefits
    Annual

    This fixed term full time role is based at our Princess Alexandra Home in Stanmore. Working hours are 40.25 hours each on a rota basis. The Princess Alexandra Home provides its residents with the highest levels of care and an extensive day programme of activities, all set in the surroundings...

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    This fixed term full time role is based at our Princess Alexandra Home in Stanmore. Working hours are 40.25 hours each on a rota basis. The Princess Alexandra Home provides its residents with the highest levels of care and an extensive day programme of activities, all set in the surroundings of 16 acres of landscaped grounds. Working closely with the Care Manager/Registered Manager, the post holder will manage, support and supervise a group of up to 8 carers.

    Working hours are 40.25 hours each week on a rota basis. This fixed term contract is to cover maternity leave for up to 1 year to start as soon as possible.

    Principal accountabilities / responsibilities of the Registered General Nurse

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

    Requirements for the RGN:

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

    Harrow Stanmore, Greater London, England 03-05-2018 Nursing Contract £ 33298 33298 YEAR
  • As the Community Centre's Service Manager the priorities for the post post are to ensure that the community centres and dementia day care centres currently meet the needs of the Jewish communities they are located in. Operate effectively and efficiently to deliver the maximum impact in terms of service provision...

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    As the Community Centre's Service Manager the priorities for the post post are to ensure that the community centres and dementia day care centres currently meet the needs of the Jewish communities they are located in. Operate effectively and efficiently to deliver the maximum impact in terms of service provision and active community engagement through programmes and volunteer opportunities.

    The post has responsibility for 5 community centres and 2 dementia day care centres and 2 connect services and a total budget of 3.8 million pounds.

    The Community Centres and Dementia day care centres have a long history and connection with their local communities. Within an ageing society, the centres have the opportunity to design and develop programmes and services to support their local Jewish Community to age well.

    What you'll be doing:

    • To lead a strategic review of the community centres and dementia day centres ensuring their purpose is redefined and relevant for 2018 and beyond. The review will ensure that’s the services and programmes provided to meet the changing and emerging needs of the Jewish Community.

    • To lead with support an inside out review , that understands the challenges and opportunities of each of these communities.

    • To develop programmes and services that respond to the loneliness and isolation agenda, that is experienced by people within the community and their carers.

    • Alongside this, understand the opportunities for meaningful community engagement with other age groups within the community and lead the development and build of programmes that will attract the community to be part of a shared place.

    • Within this arena, to lead the community engagement agenda that will ensure that each community Centre has an active and engaged community who will support the services/ programmes within the centres both through volunteering and fundraising.

    • To set ,monitor and manage alongside resource managers the budget for the service with close diligence of financial performance.

    • To manage the 7 resource managers within the service with regular supervision , appraisals and development plans for individuals and services that are complementary to the vision and goals for each centre.

    • To play an active role in the strategic development of community services.

    • To play an active role in preparing for new developments in Sandringham and potentially Redbridge.

    • To write regular reports for committees and give presentations to various meetings, teams and external organisations as required.

    • To attend and contribute to other areas of Jewish Cares business including, information governance, E care ,

    • To contribute to planning and development of resource managers across the business by planning and contributing to away days and learning and development opportunities.

    What you'll need:

    • Management Qualification desirable

    • Leadership programme / qualification desirable

    • Community / youth development qualification desirable

    • Significant management experience within Social Care

    • Management of a resource or group of resources

    • Knowledge of the Jewish Community , demographics and ageing well agenda.

    • Knowledge of the statutory obligations defined within the role, Safeguarding , mental capacity.

    • Knowledge of the principals of Asset based communities and capacity building as a community development / engagement principal.

    • Extensive people management experience.

    • Extensive volunteer management experience

    • Experience of managing properties and working with facilities management.

    • Strategic development experience, preparing papers , developing business plans and KPIs to evidence performance and impact.

    This post is a secondment opportunity for employees of Jewish Care only, and fixed term for 6 months. Expressions of interest should be emailed directly to Angela Murphy, Assistant Director, Community Services by 5pm Friday 8th June.

    If you require any further information, please contact Darren Martin, Senior Recruitment Adviser, dmartin@jcare.org.

    Barnet Golders Green, Greater London, England 24-05-2018 Community Support and Social Work Contract £ 50000 50000 YEAR

    Dementia Support & Outreach Practitioner

    Barnet

    £19,529 + Benefits
    Annual

    This role is based at Leonard Sainer Special Day Care Centre, Edgware, Barnet. The working hours are 40 hours each week. The Centre can cater for up to 25 people with dementia on a daily basis. The Service serves the Edgware, Harrow and Hertfordshire areas. The Centre also offers outreach...

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    This role is based at Leonard Sainer Special Day Care Centre, Edgware, Barnet. The working hours are 40 hours each week. The Centre can cater for up to 25 people with dementia on a daily basis. The Service serves the Edgware, Harrow and Hertfordshire areas. The Centre also offers outreach to people within their own homes and in other communal locations (community centres, synagogues) . Jewish Care would like to establish a team at Leonard Sainer with structures and role specifications that are suitable to the current climate and that provide flexibility to develop, adapt and grow services that are affordable and sustainable.

    The role is based at Leonard Sainer Special Day Care Centre, Edgware, Barnet. The working hours are 40 hours each week.

    The types of services that will be on offer will include:

    • Community Centre for People Living with Dementia (similar to the current day centre, but with new openings times to include, days and evenings, weekdays and weekends)
    • Satellite services e.g. mornings and afternoon groups in local synagogues, community halls and/or private homes
    • Outreach to people living with dementia in their own homes
    • Creative projects for people living with dementia and their family carers e.g. cafes, choirs, dementia adventure projects
    • The building will be used as a base for a multi-disciplinary team including Home Care, Community Support/ Social Workers

    Principal accountabilities / responsibilities

    • To provide an environment that is motivating and stimulating for all service’s members, to meet their needs
    • To provide a comprehensive and dynamic range of activities which successfully integrates users into the social life of the service to meet their needs
    • Provide person centred activities to people in their own homes, to meet their needs to agreed standards
    • Be aware of the benefits of key working and to be responsible for specific clients, complete care plans and reports and attend reviews as agreed with the Manager and Coordinator, to agreed standards
    • Encourage and enable users to develop and achieve their interests by providing a person‑centred approach to meet their needs
    • Ensure that all users are given opportunities for participation and to evaluate the effectiveness of the service to meet their needs and improve the services we provide
    • Work effectively and efficiently in a team setting consisting of staff and volunteers to ensure the smooth running of the Centre
    • To keep informed about activities which can be used for therapeutic and rehabilitative purposes in the services, and to identify new areas of skill and activity which can be introduced into the services programmes to ensure that we are offering the most up to date services, to meet the needs of service users
    • To ensure that activities in the services reflect a Jewish theme and are appropriate for the Centre's membership, to meet their needs to agreed standards

    Experience

    Experience of working with elderly, frail & disabled people

    Experience of working in a day care or home care setting

    Experience of working in the field of therapeutic activity

    Skills & Knowledge

    Knowledge and understanding of issues affecting people with dementia

    Knowledge and understanding (or willingness to learn) of the Jewish faith, community, values and culture and issues relating to Jewish and Israel identity

    Ability to work as part of a team with members, staff and volunteers

    Barnet Edgware, Greater London, England 17-05-2018 Community Support and Social Work Permanent £ 19529 19529 YEAR
  • 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 15-05-2018 Catering and Housekeeping Permanent £ 17563 17563 YEAR

    General Assistant [Kitchen]

    Barnet

    £8.22 + Benefits
    Hourly

    The role is based at Lady Sarah Cohen House, Friern Barnet, N11 3ND. The working hours are 35 hours each week, 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...

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    The role is based at Lady Sarah Cohen House, Friern Barnet, N11 3ND. The working hours are 35 hours each week, 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.

    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 14-05-2018 Catering and Housekeeping Permanent £ 8.22 8.22 HOUR

    Kitchen Assistant

    Brighton and Hove

    £8.22 + Benefits
    Hourly

    The 350 Hotel services team members form part of the Operations Department based in all Resources at Jewish Care.

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    The 350 Hotel services team members form part of the Operations Department based in all Resources at Jewish Care.

    This post is based at our Hyman fine Residential Care Home in Brighton.

    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.

    Brighton and Hove Brighton, East Sussex, England 14-05-2018 Catering and Housekeeping Permanent £ 8.22 8.22 HOUR

    Housekeeping Assistant

    Redbridge

    £8.22 + Benefits
    Hourly

    This role is based at Redbridge Jewish Community Centre in Ilford. Working hours are 35 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 Redbridge Jewish Community Centre in Ilford. Working hours are 35 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.

    This role is based at Redbridge Jewish Community Centre in Ilford. The working hours are 35 hours each week 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

    Qualifications & Experience

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

    Redbridge Redbridge, Greater London, England 03-05-2018 Catering and Housekeeping Permanent £ 8.22 8.22 HOUR

    General Kitchen Assistant

    Camden

    £8.22 + Benefits
    Hourly

    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...

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    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. 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 Sidney Corob House, Mental Health Residential Home 122-126 Fortune Green Road, London, NW6 1DN

    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.

    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 and enthusiasm
    • Good verbal and written communication.

    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

    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
    Camden Camden, Greater London, England 30-04-2018 Catering and Housekeeping Permanent £ 8.22 8.22 HOUR

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