Role summary


Senior Care Assistant - Days/nights/Bank



Name of home

Anya Court Care Home

Number of hours


Closing date

13th April 2020

Contract type

Permanent - Full Time


£10.50 per hour

Contact details

Sarah Connaire

Job details

Can you sing, can you dance?

If this sounds like you come and embrace a new challenge and make a positive difference to the lives of our Anya Court residents

Anya Court Care Home, part of the Hallmark Care Homes family
Hallmark Care Homes is a family run business and our vision is to be recognised as the leading provider of high quality, relationship centred care for all residents.

What are we looking for?

We are looking to recruit professional, reliable, passionate and caring people who want to make a real difference to peoples' lives by providing high quality relationship centered care to residents in our ‘state of the art’ care homes.

What to expect

As a Senior Care Assistant, you will take the lead and assist with all aspects of care within the home including getting involved with the recruitment and training of the care team; ensuring training targets are met and the teams are competent in their roles. You will provide and ensure the highest standards of care are achieved in all areas of the home including relationship centered care, clinical care and dementia care.

You will be responsible for leading, managing and supporting your care team ensuring high quality of care and service is provided to all residents at all times.

You’ll play a key part with care delivery in the home, ensuring care plans are regularly reviewed continuous assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation of resident’s care.

You will take an active part in engaging with residents in conversation and meaningful occupation related to their lifestyle choices at a level and pace that values the individual and respects their dignity and communication differences.

Skills & Experience
Ideal candidates will hold a QCF Diploma Level 3 / NVQ Level 3 in Health and Social Care (or equivalent), have worked in a care position for a minimum of 2 years and have a proven track record leading, empowering, supporting and motivating a clinical team
Candidates will also have strong customer service skills and have excellent written, non-verbal and verbal communication skills.

Experience desirable but not essential in delivering high quality relationship centered care and have knowledge of dementia (for care homes for people living with dementia).

What benefits do we offer?

As well as competitive salaries we offer some great benefits including:

  • 28 days holiday (inc bank holiday)
  • Excellent Induction training
  • Ongoing career training and development
  • Optional health care plan
  • Workplace Pension
  • Death in Service Scheme
  • Team member reward scheme

How to Apply:

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