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Come and join our team as a Head of Care/Deputy Manager at our 25 bedded care home, St Teresa’s Care Home, in London. 

40 hours per week, including alternative weekends 

We believe that happier employees provide a better level of patient care and delivery in their role. You’ll receive regular training and supervisions, along with development opportunities. 

Benefits of working with Sisters Hospitallers: 

  • Flexible Hours 
  • Employee discounts, online & high street stores
  • Paid Practical Training
  • Free uniform, training and PPE
  • Company pension scheme
  • Career progression
  • Diverse workforce
  • Wide range of training courses available
  • Paid holiday
  • Wellbeing support

As a Head of Care: 

You will assist the Registered Care Home Manager in managing the day-to-day service of the 25 bedded Home to ensure a quality driven and holistic service is provided to Residents who use the service and that they are provided with support, enabling them to live as independently and dignified life as possible. 

For this role, you will have: 

  • Current residency in the UK with valid right to work 
  • NVQ level 3 (essential) 
  • Certified medication training – advanced level 
  • At least 3 years previous experience in a senior HCA level role 
  • Previous experience in a residential setting 
  • Good command of Written and Spoken English 
  • Minimum of 12 months Supervisory/ Management experience 
  • Ability to work flexible hours, weekends, on call as necessary 
  • Knowledge of developing Care Plans 
  • Requirements of latest care standards and relevant legislation 
  • Previous experience in rostering 

About the role 

  • To be responsible for the co-ordination and implementation of the assessment process for the Residents who use the service. 
  • Develop and maintain internal and external channels of communication for provision of information and service 
  • Ensure that the Residents who use the service receive guidance and access to their welfare benefit entitlements (if applicable) 
  • Manage and develop high performing teams to ensure the standards of care and support are maintained in line with internal policies and procedures 
  • Prepare and maintain up to date records for compliance purposes e.g. Data Protection Act, Commission for Social Care Inspection (if applicable) 
  • To have experience and knowledge on health care needs of the elderly, and have the ability to identify vital signs and monitoring of deteriorating conditions 
  • To be fully trained and compliant on the safe handling, ordering, storage and administering of medicines 
  • Implement and adhere to internal and external policies and standards e.g. Department of Health, Care Quality Commission, Health and Safety Executive, HCPC (healthcare professionals council) 
  • Continuous Self Development to ensure knowledge and skills are relevant to the service 
  • Be aware of your responsibilities under the Charity’s Health and Safety policy, taking all possible steps to ensure a safe working environment 
  • Actively support the vision, philosophies and values of the Charity 

Contact us today to join our friendly team, we would love to hear from you! 

£25,000 – £28,000 per annum 

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About Sisters Hospitallers

We are a Charity committed to the sick and their wellbeing, especially in the field of mental health.

Since our foundation, we have turned the passion to help others into our cause, by serving and caring for those at our care homes and medical clinics worldwide.

Today, Sisters Hospitallers consists of around 1.200 sisters and 8.700 co-workers, who make it possible for our cause to reach more and more people in need.

Now, you have the opportunity to join Sisters Hospitallers!