James Nugent Court, Ullett Road, Liverpool
Salary - £7.62 to £8.51 per hour ( Pay Award Pending )
Reference - 5016/JNC
James Nugent Court is a modern, purpose built home providing low dependency care for 56 older people in luxurious en suite accommodation.
We are currently recruiting for:
The successful candidates will be required to work as an integral part of the caring team, delivering the highest standards of personalised care to residents.
You will be required to supervise staff and evaluate the care delivered to residents always ensuring that legal and
Care Home standards are met. You will also be responsible for managing shifts in the absence of the manager
You must be qualified to QCF Level 3 Diploma in Health and Social Care (Adult) or equivalent and have relevant experience of working in a caring environment.
Nugent strives to promote Dignity in Care. It is therefore essential to respect residents at all times, especially their individual right to privacy, dignity and choice.
What we offer:
£7.62 to £8.51 per hour ( Pay Award Pending )
• Group Personal Pension Scheme
• Life Assurance Scheme
• A comprehensive induction programme with ongoing training and development
• Regular supervisions and annual appraisal scheme
• Career Progression opportunities
• Access to 24 hour Employee Assistance Programme
• Staff Discount Scheme
For further information and an application pack please telephone our 24 hour recruitment line on 0151 261 2040 or e-mail [Click here to apply] or visit to download the documents
Close date for applications 31st October 2016
Please use these specifications to define you application statement.
All areas assessed through application form, interview and references.
QCF Level 3 Diploma in Health and Social Care (Adult) or equivalent
First Aid (4 day) certificate
Application form, certificates
Experience and Knowledge
Minimum of 3 years experience working in a caring environment.
Person centred planning
Provision of client care (e.g. diet, moving & handling)
Understanding of relevant legislation & policy relating to residential care (National Care Standards, Health & Safety etc).
Understanding of current approaches to best practice (including anti discriminatory practices and O’Brien’s accomplishments)
Experience of working with people with high support needs.
Experience of positive approaches to challenging behaviour.
Supervision of staff.
Work in an accommodation service.
Work with family carers.
An understanding of ethical and legal issues.
Awareness of a range of approaches to support people who have high support needs.
Committed to service user empowerment.
Strong team player
Good listening and counselling skills
Self motivated, able to act on initiative.
Ability to work under pressure.
Ability to work flexible hours to provide 24 hour support.
Commitment to infection prevention and control
Ability to manage conflict.
Application form, interview, references