Care Coordinator (Social Care)
London, Greater London, England
As a Care Coordinator within the Sugarman Health and Wellbeing Division it is expected you will provide and coordinate individualised care and resources to service users living in their own homes and within the community. You will manage and distribute resources effectively and will ensure that all Complex Care is provided in a respectful way, keeping in line with all relevant policy and procedures.
With your excellent understanding of complex care, you will work closely with the multidisciplinary teams, such as Social Workers, District nurses, clinical commissioning groups and service user family members. You will ensure the effective management of these complex relationships and with the support of your branch manager will deliver the care and wellbeing service to the individuals being supported.
It is essential that you provide exceptional customer service and operate in a manner consistent with company spirit, policy and procedure; working to deliver the business's long term vision and business goals. You will have the ability to work unsupervised whilst always maintaining an appearance that is suitable to represent the business. You will be able to effectively multi task, adequately prioritise a busy and demanding work load and work towards and within deadlines. Possess excellent communication skills with the ability to work collaboratively and in the spirit of the Company and your position whilst having the ability to delegate where necessary. You will demonstrate continual development your own knowledge, skills and capability within a complex care environment. Possess a sound knowledge of complex care, working with people who have complex care requirements. Have the confidence and professionalism to attend multidisciplinary meetings, safeguarding meetings and deal with sensitive complaints.
You will ensure that there are sufficient workers available to meet client/service user requirements. You will manage and monitor complex shift rotas to ensure that the level of care provided supports the user's needs. With the support of your Branch Manager, you will remain up to date with changes and updates in relevant legislation and Group Policy and Procedures.You will monitor and communicate with multidisciplinary teams any changes relating to the health and wellbeing of the Service User. You will work closely with the Administration hubs to ensure workers are compliant and meet all eligibility standards.
For further information on this fantastic opportunity contact Kim Wallace on Apply
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- £ 18000 - 24000 Per year
- Full time
- Job Level
- Admin - Sales - Clerical
Posted 11 Oct 2017
Closes 8 Nov 2017
Ref: KW/ CC
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