Position: Registered General Nurse

Location: Burghfield Common (Near Reading)

Rate of pay: £18.06

Hours: 44 hours

We offer first class care for the elderly on a permanent or respite basis, delivered by highly trained professionals in lovely comfortable surroundings.

Our philosophy is simple; we want everyone to enjoy life to the full. We never forget that all our residents are individuals and we treat them with dignity, privacy and respect while offering freedom of choice and championing independence. We are ensuring every day is a fulfilling and enjoyable experience.

Hollies Care Home provides residential and nursing care to residents, taking pride in delivering solutions to suit a range of personal needs while being an enjoyable facility in which to live. You will play an essential part in supporting the well-being and quality of life of each individual in your care.

We are looking for an exceptional individual with the right attitude, skills and knowledge who share our passion to deliver the best quality care experience.

Skills, knowledge and qualifications required:

Required:
•1st Level Nurse
•Ability to communicate effectively at all levels
•Genuine interest in working with the relevant Client group
•Satisfactory Police Check and check against the POVA List (where applicable)

Desired:
•Team player
•Experience and qualification in care for relevant Client category
•Previous supervisory experience

Key responsibilities:
•To achieve the highest possible standard of care in a professional manner through direct nursing care and effective supervision of Staff Members. To take management responsibility for a shift as directed.
•Ensure that all Staff Members contribute, to the best of their ability, to the efficient running of the Care Centre and the creation of an atmosphere conducive to the best interests of the Clients. Duties may include acting up for the Deputy Home Manager and/or the Home Manager in their absence.
•Adhere to all appropriate NMC guidelines / regulations.
•Adhere to all Company policies and procedures within the defined timescales.

Here are some of the can benefits we can offer:
•Enhanced pay for Bank Holidays
•24 hour Telephone Employee Assistance Programme helpline
•Online discounted vouchers for several companies
•Opportunity for progression within the company
•Continuous support to maintain the training you need to deliver excellence
•On-going support from a motivated and committed Head Office and Regional Teams
•Refer a friend scheme

If you think you have the right skills and attitude to deliver the best quality of care within our homes, then please apply today. For more information contact Hollies Care Home on 0118 9832254. Please take a look at our careers page at www.larchwoodcare.co.uk

We look forward to hearing from you!

Closing date: Please complete

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: £18.05 to £18.06 /hour

Larchwood Care are currently seeking a Registered Nurse at our Cranford Care Home Located in Aberdeen.

Cranford Care Home is a moderately sized home located in the West End of Aberdeen, serviced by good transport links. We have great staff morale and provide training and support to enable our employees to provide an excellent level of care to our residents. We offer first class care for the elderly on a permanent or respite basis, delivered by highly trained professionals in lovely comfortable surroundings.

The successful candidate will play an essential part in supporting the well-being and quality of life of each individual in your care. As a Registered Nurse you will be paid upto £17.00 per hour

We are looking for exceptional individuals with the right attitude, skills and knowledge who share our passion to deliver the best quality care experience.

Our philosophy is simple; we want everyone to enjoy life to the full. We never forget that all our residents are individuals and we treat them with dignity, privacy and respect while offering freedom of choice and championing independence. We are ensuring every day is a fulfilling and enjoyable experience.

To apply for this role you must:

Skills, knowledge and qualifications required:

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•1st Level Nurse
•Ability to communicate effectively at all levels
•Genuine interest in working with the relevant Client group
•Satisfactory Police Check and check against the POVA List (where applicable)

Desired:
•Team player
•Experience and qualification in care for relevant Client category
•Previous supervisory experience

Key responsibilities:
•Ensure that all Staff Members contribute, to the best of their ability, to the efficient running of the Care Centre and the creation of an atmosphere conducive to the best interests of the Clients. Duties may include acting up for the Deputy Home Manager and/or the Home Manager in their absence.
•Report any ill health amongst Clients and make requests for GP / Professional visits where necessary.
•Ensure that Clients’ Care Plans are completed and maintained in conjunction with Clients, Relatives and other Health Care Professionals, and in accordance with NMC guidelines & Company policy.
•Assess all aspects of Clients’ care needs, and provide health supervision and direct Nursing Care when required.
•Assess social and health care needs of new Clients, and maintain on-going assessment and review of all other Clients.
•Maintain accurate records and ensure that each Client within the Care Centre has an individualised Care Plan. Client Care Plans to be reviewed on a bi-monthly basis, or more frequently as and when required, in accordance with NMC guidelines & Company policy.
•Carry out regular checks on Clients at intervals determined by the Home Manager. Ensure a clear and concise handover report is given to all relevant Staff Members at the end of each shift.
•Administer prescribed medicines and document the same in accordance with the Company’s procedure and NMC guidelines.
•Practice maximum integrity in all dealings with Clients’ personal and financial affairs, and avoid abuse of the privileged relationship which exists with Clients.

Here are some of the can benefits we can offer:
•Enhanced pay for Bank Holidays
•24 hour Telephone Employee Assistance Programme helpline
•Online discounted vouchers for several companies
•Opportunity for progression within the company
•Continuous support to maintain the training you need to deliver excellence
•On-going support from a motivated and committed Head Office and Regional Teams
•Refer a friend scheme

If you think you have the right skills and attitude to deliver the best quality of care within our homes, then please apply today .

Closing date: 1st February 2019

We look forward to hearing from you!

Larchwood Care are currently seeking a Care Assistant at our Cranford Care Home Located in Aberdeen.

Cranford Care Home is a moderately sized home located in the West End of Aberdeen, serviced by good transport links. We have great staff morale and provide training and support to enable our employees to provide an excellent level of care to our residents.

We offer first class care for the elderly on a permanent or respite basis, delivered by highly trained professionals in lovely comfortable surroundings.

The successful candidate will play an essential part in supporting the well-being and quality of life of each individual in your care. The roles pays up to £9.00 per hour

We are looking for exceptional individuals with the right attitude, skills and knowledge who share our passion to deliver the best quality care experience.

To apply for this role you must:

Skills, knowledge and qualifications required:
•Genuine interest in working with the relevant Service Users group
•Ability to communicate effectively at all levels
•Team player
•Satisfactory Policy Check and check against the PoVA list
•Ability to work on own initiative
•Willingness to participate in Vocational Training Programme

Desired:
•Previous experience of working with the relevant Service User group
•NVQ Level 2 in Care
•Experience of caring for those with dementia is also highly desirable.

Key responsibilities:
•Ensure the highest possible levels of care are maintained by supporting and assisting Service Users when required with all aspects of daily living.
•Assist Clients in all aspects of their care needs, e.g. physical, emotional and spiritual.
•Provide supervision and attention when needed, ensuring Service Users retain their comfort and dignity
•Pay particular attention to assisting Service Users who have limited mobility, or physical, learning difficulties making the best use of aids provided
•Closely monitor Service Users who may be confused and/or who have behavioural problems
•Assist in the promotion of continence
•Assist in the delivery of care for Service Users who are dying or who have a progressive illness. Assist with last offices
•Observe care planning needs for Service Users and completed daily records as instructed and in line with the Company’s policies and procedures
•Assist in framework of social activities by interacting with Service Users and helping them continue with hobbies and activities in the Care Centre

Here are some of the can benefits we can offer:
•Enhanced pay for Bank Holidays
•24 hour Telephone Employee Assistance Programme helpline
•Online discounted vouchers for several companies
•Opportunity for progression within the company
•Continuous support to maintain the training you need to deliver excellence
•On-going support from a motivated and committed Head Office and Regional Teams
•Refer a friend scheme

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If you think you have the right skills and attitude to deliver the best quality of care within our homes, then please apply today

Closing date: 1st February 2019

Larchwood Care are currently seeking a Senior Care Assistant at our Cranford Care Home Located in Aberdeen.

Cranford Care Home is a moderately sized home located in the West End of Aberdeen, serviced by good transport links. We have great staff morale and provide training and support to enable our employees to provide an excellent level of care to our residents. We offer first class care for the elderly on a permanent or respite basis, delivered by highly trained professionals in lovely comfortable surroundings.

The successful candidate will play an essential part in supporting the well-being and quality of life of each individual in your care.

We are looking for exceptional individuals with the right attitude, skills and knowledge who share our passion to deliver the best quality care experience.

To apply for this role you must:

Required:
•Genuine interest in working with the relevant Service Users group
•Good communication and organisational skills
•Confident team player
•Satisfactory Policy Check and check against the PoVA list
•Ability to work on own initiative
•Willingness to participate in Vocational Training Programme

Desired:
•Previous experience of working with the relevant Service User group
•NVQ Level 3 in Care
•Previous supervisory experience
•Experience/Qualification in the Safe Handling of Medicines
•Experience of caring for those with dementia is also highly desirable.

Key responsibilities:
•Ensure the highest possible levels of care are maintained by supporting and assisting
•Service Users when required with all aspects of daily living.
•Support training and supervision of junior and new Staff Members in all aspects of their work in the Care Centre, under the supervision of senior Staff Members
•Assist Clients in all aspects of their care needs, e.g. physical, emotional and spiritual.
•Provide supervision and attention when needed, ensuring Service Users retain their comfort and dignity
•Pay particular attention to assisting Service Users who have limited mobility, or physical, learning difficulties making the best use of aids provided
•Closely monitor Service Users who may be confused and/or who have behavioural problems
•Assist in the promotion of continence
•Assist in the delivery of care for Service Users who are dying or who have a progressive illness. Assist with last offices
•Complete, observe and review care planning needs for Service Users and complete written daily records as instructed and in line with the Company’s policies and procedures
•Assist in framework of social activities by interacting with Service Users and helping them continue with hobbies and activities in the Care Centre

Our philosophy is simple; we want everyone to enjoy life to the full. We never forget that all our residents are individuals and we treat them with dignity, privacy and respect while offering freedom of choice and championing independence. We are ensuring every day is a fulfilling and enjoyable experience.

Here are some of the can benefits we can offer:
•Enhanced pay for Bank Holidays
•24 hour Telephone Employee Assistance Programme helpline
•Online discounted vouchers for several companies
•Opportunity for progression within the company
•Continuous support to maintain the training you need to deliver excellence
•On-going support from a motivated and committed Head Office and Regional Teams
•Refer a friend scheme

If you think you have the right skills and attitude to deliver the best quality of care within our homes, then please apply today

Closing date: 1st February 2019

We look forward to hearing from you!