St Monica Trust
With experience of working with older people within a hospital, care home or social care environment, our Senior Nursing Care Assistants understand the complex needs of our residents and will enjoy acting as a role model to our teams of Nursing Care Assistants in everything they do.
As well as attending to residents’ personal care, helping them get dressed, washed and receive medication and clinical care, as instructed by our Registered and Lead Nurses, you’ll contribute to their well-being by ensuring a homely, safe and positive environment in which to live. As a senior, you’ll be expected to lead a shift within the unit under the supervision of the Registered and Lead Nurses. You’ll allocate work and duties and provide day to day supervision promoting best practice and compliance at all times.
With your experience of working with older people within a hospital, care home or social care environment, you’ll understand the complex needs of our residents and will enjoy acting as a role model to our teams of Nursing Care Assistants/Support worker in everything you do. You will be required to administer medication and liaise with doctors as appropriate.
This position is based in John Wills House. Part time either 19 or 28.5 hours per week. Between 2 or 3, 9.5 hour shifts per week (1 hour unpaid break). Starting at 9 pm to 7.30 am.
£10.38 basic per hour.
£12.68 per hour including night enhancement.
£14.03 including weekend enhancement.
If you are ready for this new challenge, we look forward to hearing from you.
How to apply:
Click on apply, where you can submit an application through our website.
Job Reference – REQ2246Qualifications:
Recognised qualification in care (minimum level 2 diploma/NVQ).Provider Details:
In 2020 we are celebrating 100 years of providing high quality, innovative, personalised care that has helped generations of older people across our region to enjoy the best experience of ageing. You couldn’t join us at a better time – as well as celebrating our history we are looking forward to an exciting future at the forefront of the ageing revolution.About you:
The role requires a strong team player, supervisory skills and someone who can think quickly on their feet and trouble shoot problems and issues throughout the day. Diplomacy and sensitivity are key. You’ll know when to refer issues to your line manager but you’ll also be able to spot potential problems and trouble-shoot throughout the shift. You’ll be used to putting others’ first, building relationships of trust and resolving issues with residents and their families to ensure well-being and safety as a priority. You understand the challenges of the role but for you, they are outweighed by knowing that you’ll enrich the quality of people’s lives.
Paid DBS check
To apply for this job please visit itrent.stmonicatrust.org.uk.