Field Care Supervisor
Field Care Supervisor
Allied Healthcare is one of the UK’s leading domiciliary care providers with a nationwide branch network of over 90 locations. We pride ourselves on being The Choice of Care which gives people the freedom to stay in their own homes.
This is an opportunity for an ambitious Field Care Supervisor to join an established care company. We are looking for dedicated and empathic people. Working in the healthcare sector can be challenging environment, but the sense of achievement and daily recognition more than compensate.
The successful applicant will be responsible for the ongoing field supervision of clinical and continuing healthcare support workers and will ensure that patient or service user requirements are met whilst maintaining compliance of care and nursing standards in accordance with AHG and Local Authority policies and procedures.
You will be required to provide day-to-day support to the Operational Network, assisting with the assessment, set up and review of health and social care packages, and you will be required to ensure that a skilled workforce is in place and they are able to deliver safe quality care to all clients.
As the Field Care Supervisor your responsibilities will include:
• Ensuring that the client receives the appropriate care package and that continuity of care is a priority.
• Providing telephone support to clients and care staff and where necessary, to work as a “hands on” carer in setting up the packages in the initial few weeks.
• To assist the Branch Manager in auditing the standard of service delivery to clients.
• Assist the Branch with Care Workers interviews & compliance
• Assist with Risk Management training to all existing Care Workers
• Complete the Risk Assessments and care plans of all clinical packages as well as the Non Case Managed & Level 1 Continuing Healthcare packages
You must possess a minimum of NVQ Level 2 in Health and Social Care (NVQ Level 3 highly desirable) and will be working towards NVQ Level 3 or 4 or equivalent. You must demonstrate commitment to working within a team and have a flexible approach to working hours and practices and have clinical care experience. This role will involve an element of on-call duties.
For more information about the role and package details please apply online today or contact Louise Sarginson on 01785 237860 or firstname.lastname@example.org for an informal chat.
Due to the high volume of applications only candidates shortlisted will be contacted.
This vacancy is closed to applications.