Field Care Supervisor
Are you passionate about care, a good people manager, organised and flexible?
Hales Homecare is a leading Care provider in Hertfordshire and we have an opportunity for a Field Care Supervisor within the Watford area.
You will be responsible for a team of Care Workers, and implementing field based quality control systems and providing client support to ensure the highest level of care quality is delivered.
As a Field Care Supervisor your responsibility’s would be:
- To monitor and maintain your team of care workers ensuring team work, professionalism and positive environment are maintained at all times.
- Work alongside other Field Care Supervisors in the field to complete workloads and targets.
- To complete full risk and needs assessments, and other quality assurance tasks for clients.
- Ensure working standards and services delivered are maintained to regulations and company procedures.
- Working shift patterns on a rotational basis.
- Training new members of staff and mentoring existing members of staff.
- Completing care duties on a rotational basis.
You will receive full training and an extensive period of support whilst you get to know your team, and your clients.
For this role you will also need excellent communication skills - both verbal and written.
In return for your time, Hales offer:
- Permanent contracts of employment with guaranteed hours* (T & C’s apply)
- Various full or part-time shift patterns including evenings and weekends
- Excellent rates of pay including enhanced rates of pay for bank holidays
- Holiday pay
- Paid travel time
- Mileage expenses
- FREE uniform and PPE
- A wide range of company benefits including childcare vouchers, high street discounts and car lease scheme (T&C's apply)
- A rewarding career in the local community
- Refer a friend bonus (T&C's apply)
- A structured career path and progression opportunities
- Paid induction training
- Free ongoing training and support (including recognised Care Certificate qualification) provided by our own internal training team, and for which you will be paid.
To join our team, we are looking for:
- Reliable people with a caring and compassionate nature and a desire for making a positive difference to people's lives
- The ability to give our service users choice whilst treating them with dignity and respect
- An active team player with good communication skills both written and verbal
The nature of this role means that you must have the right to work in the UK, and have a full driving licence with access to transport. All positions are subject to an enhanced DBS check and suitable references.
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