Care Team Leader / Care and Support Deputy / Care Supervisor
Job Title: Team Leader Location: Northampton (NN2) Salary: £22,203 - £23,466 per annum (depending on experience) Job Type: Full Time, Permanent (40 hours/week) Job Role: Our Client is an award-winning specialist care provider, who never content to sit on their many laurels. They are always striving to push back the boundaries of possibility in the lives of people they support, people with learning disabilities, autism and mental health needs. Their staff teams are at the very heart of their identity. On hearing that they had received the prestigious LaingBuisson national award for 'Personalisation in Social Care', their CEO Isabel immediately " applaud (ed) all staff, all of whom personify the caring and forward looking ethos for this amazing award". Our Client recognises that their most important asset is their people. That's why they ask everyone in their family to grow, to achieve their potential. This is as important to them as having achieved a CQC rating of 'Good' across all our facilities and other awards such as "Putting People First" and "Outstanding Contribution to Social Care". An exciting opportunity has now arisen for the right individual with the desire to make a real difference to progress the lives of others who are more inconvenienced. As a Team Leader you will support the Care Home Manager in the day to day running of the home and providing supervisory support to the staff team. If you are as eager as our Client are to transform lives and to take your career in social care to the next level, read on and apply They are waiting to hear from you About You As a Team Leader, you will take your existing knowledge to the next level and will have increased responsibility in ensuring that the service they provide is exemplary, whether that be in enhancing the quality of life of their service users or completing necessary paperwork and reports. They will support you with this, but will require your commitment to achieve in return. The following are generally considered necessary requirements: - Currently working within an organisation at Senior Level - Experience in shift leading - Ideally possess NVQ III or equivalent qualification - Knowledge and Awareness of Company policies and procedures, Fundamental Standards of Quality & Safety, Mental Capacity Act, Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards, Person Centered Planning and SOVA. - The ability to participate in the on-call Rota fully - Mandatory & Relevant training - Leadership, organisational and caring skills - Good Written & Verbal Skills Apart from a great work environment, they offer you a range of benefits and support. These include extensive face to face training, a unique Employee Assistance Programme, childcare vouchers, a personalised approach, a pension and more. Please click the APPLY button to send your CV and Cover Letter for this role. Candidates with the experience or relevant job titles of; Care Team Leader, Deputy Care Manager, Care Supervisor, Care Management, Healthcare Manager, Care Support Manager, Care Support Supervisor, Care Team Leader, Care & Support Leader, Care & Support Coordinator, Healthcare Team Leader, Senior Support Worker, Deputy Home Leader, Deputy Home Manager, Shift Leading, Senior Care Assistant may also be considered for this role.