Role summary


Lifestyles Lead



Name of home

Henley Manor

Number of hours


Contract type

Permanent - Full Time



Contact details

Matt Eaton

Job details

Do you want to work for a multi-award winning care provider?
Hallmark Care Homes is a family run business, our vision is to be recognised as the leading provider of high quality, relationship centred care for all residents.

About the Lifestyles Lead Role

As a Lifestyles Lead, you will be responsible for ensuring that meaningful, enjoyable, engaging and stimulating activities are planned, organised, promoted and implemented in the Home for all residents in line with the principles, policies, procedures and best practice guidelines for relationship centred care, clinical care and dementia care.

You will motivate, inspire and mobilise team members in the home to be involved with and engaged in the provision of stimulating activities for the residents. You will provide information to report on the effectiveness of activities and regularly review, revise and refresh the planned activity opportunities or all residents accordingly.

You will lead on development and engagement of the team around activities and occupation whilst ensuring a stimulating environment is created for residents and the teams know how to use this to improve the lived experience. The Lifestyles Lead will ensure the planned activity opportunities meet the needs of all residents involving internal and external activities.

What experience do we like you to have for this role?

We’re looking for people who hold a minimum of two GCSE’s, one of which must be English Language, at Grade C or above (or equivalent), ideally have an NVQ HSC Level 2 or QCF HSC Award 2 (or higher) in Health and Social Care (or equivalent) but this is not essential. We offer a comprehensive training and development package to support the achievement of skills and qualifications.

You should have experience of leading, supporting and supervising team members.

Experience of supporting the organising and scheduling programmes of events or activities and have great organisation skills, listening skills, good written, non-verbal and verbal communication skills. We require a basic knowledge of and competence in core Microsoft Office applications (e.g. Word, Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint) and Windows based operating environments

Previous experience of working within a care home and with older people is desirable

Why us?

At Hallmark Care Homes, we have dedicated team members who are chosen for their compassionate nature as well as their qualifications and experience. We provide relationship-centred care, placing the needs of the individual at the very centre of what we do. We also have some great benefits to reward our team members, such as competitive salaries, excellent training and development opportunities.

What benefits do we offer?

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

·       28 days holiday 

·       Excellent ongoing training

·       Optional health care plan

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