Job Vacancy: Care Co-ordinator
IKL Care have an opportunity for a self-motivated person to join our care support team as a care co-ordinator within our Alloa Office covering the Clackmannanshire area where we supply care at home. IKL Care has over many years performed at a consistently high standard receiving scores of 6 for all categories, with comments attributed to us as “sector leading” and “excellence in flexibility and adaptability” making working with IKL Care an excellent choice for the right candidate.
Create care support workers & service user rotas
Use of our electronic care system “Oneplan” to include:
Liaising with care managers to assist with setting up care visits for new and existing care packages
Assisting in organising dates for training, supervised sessions and appraisals.
Be part of our existing “on call” service team where you will assist with any emergency calls from service users and support workers giving advice and assistance over the phone or by providing cover where necessary. (May require your attendance in an emergency)
Be able to assist in care visits in times of absence and sickness at short notice (during office hours or when on call).
Hours of work (office): 38hrs per week Mon-Thurs 09.00-17.00 Fri-09.00-15.00
Oncall: 2 consecutive nights as part of a rota team to include weekends and additional cover for sickness and holidays.
Rate of pay: £9.75 per hour for office hours.
The basic care rates are paid for when covering care hours.
An additional payment is also included for being part of the on-call team.
Applicants should apply via the office email email@example.com . Please attach your CV along with a short statement of interest.
CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS: FRIDAY THE 13TH OF MARCH 2020
We currently have full time and part time positions available for support workers. Covering service users visits ranging from 7am in the morning to 11pm and possible overnights to include social outings & weekend working. Applicants must be able to drive and have their own car (see further details below)
Please send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org or posted into our office at:
Application forms can be collected from our Alloa office.
IKL CARE are always on the lookout for people who would like to join our current group of highly trained, friendly skilled support workers.
If you are motivated, eager to learn, able to drive, have a caring attitude and would like the chance to work in a rewarding and satisfying environment where you could make a genuine difference to peoples lives then send your CV to the link below.
It would be an advantage if applicants held a minimum of an SVQ level 2 in social care, this is not essential as full training will be provided. You will require a PVG certificate the cost of which is payable by yourself, which we can apply for on your behalf (new application or an updated application). A clean driving licence and vehicle is essential.
Once employed with IKL Care you will be required to be registered with the SSSC (Scottish Social Services Council) this will entail an annual fee payable by yourself.
All new support workers will carry out initial induction training and will be shadowing with experienced support workers until they feel confident to carry out the tasks required on their own. On going training is expected & IKL Care also provides online training courses which the support worker can work through at their own pace.
Here at IKL Care we pride ourselves on developing and supporting our staff so they have the confidence to deliver our care support packages to the highest standard. Our support workers are the core of our service and we recruit only those who can deliver our quality service.
If you are interested please send your CV to email@example.com
call into the office and pick up an application form.
Tel: 01259 404027
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