Senior Care Coordinator – Domiciliary Care Service

24 June 2024
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Job Title: Senior Care Coordinator – Domiciliary Care Service

Salary: £29,437.20

Employment Status: 37 Hours Per Week – 2 Year Fixed Term Contract

Responsible To: Deputy Care Manager

Location: Birmingham (Citywide)

Who We Look For

Are you organised, confident and capable of motivating and supporting our team of Care Coordinators?

Do you have an eye for detail, experience of working to high standards in social care and the ability to instil good practice in those around you?

Do you have experience of leading a team, are a clear communicator and a confident manager?

Midland Mencap is looking to recruit a Senior Care Coordinator to support our team of Domiciliary Care Coordinators managing services for adults with learning disabilities in Birmingham.

We place a high value upon integrity, ethical standards, and a commitment to excellence.

Midland Mencap’s Domiciliary Care Service is constantly innovating in our pursuit of delivering the best life outcomes for everyone we support. To achieve these goals, we need individuals who are prepared to drive progress and interact confidently with staff, citizens, families, and professionals.

We seek applications from candidates who thrive in a fast-paced environment and who can bring their skills, high-standards, and care experience to a role where no two days are the same.

What Does A Senior Coordinator Do?

As a Senior Coordinator you are responsible for providing management support to our Care Coordinators.

This role also places a strong emphasis upon quality assurance, auditing and monitoring of standards across our care services.

With the support of the Registered Manager and Deputy Registered Manager:

You’ll have responsibility for checking the quality of service provided by our care staff, conducting supervisions/appraisals, managing rotas, conducting reviews and updating care plans/risk assessments.

This role requires you to ensure that our staff provide outstanding care to adults with a learning disability and that complete and accurate records of a high quality are maintained. Your pattern of work will therefore include planned visits, spot checks, audits and unannounced inspections. You will split your time between our head office in Woodgate Valley and out in the community across Birmingham.

You will monitor staff performance and ensure that the service delivered meets CQC standards and Midland Mencap’s policies.

Importantly you will need to be able to put approved practices in place where issues are identified.

This role requires you to work closely with colleagues to see that citizens, their homes, and health/wellbeing are maintained to a high standard. Good diary management is important too, with the need to organise meetings and update records in a timely manner.

There’s a need to be responsible, confident, and tactful in how you approach tasks and the broad range of citizens, families, and professionals you will encounter in the course of your duties.

Full Job Description and Person Specification.

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