Team Leader

Salary
£24,491 per annum, ERYC Grade 7
Location
Bridlington and Driffield
Employment type
Full Time
Closing date
Job closes on 29 November
Job reference
Job reference: BCOM000632
Apply link
Description

The job itself

Job Term:

1 x Permanent

1 x 1 year fixed term (to cover Maternity Leave)

Appointment Type: Full time

Days of work: Monday – Sunday - shift rotation

Hours per week: 37)

Place of Work: The Community Support Service - 47 – 49 Manorfield Road Driffield YO25 5JE

 

The Community Support Services team at Driffield provides support for vulnerable people over the age of 18 in their home environment.

The role:

We are recruiting to a Team Leader role, who will be required to provide effective management and support to a team of Community Support Workers and Carer Relief Sitters to support the delivery of both the Reablement and Carer Relief services to adults. 

The role will support staff in working to individual customer care plans to achieve best possible outcomes for our customer group. It will also be responsible for all aspects of Community Support Workers and Sitters staff management, including:

Recruitment and selection, induction of new employees, staff supervision, training, performance management, customers medication management, staff conduct, employee development reviews, proactively managing staff absence and maintaining training data in accordance with the relevant policies and procedures.

You will be expected to work in partnership with other agencies, including in-house teams, to ensure a smooth delivery of services. Accurately record customer information on ERYC information systems, including an electronic rota management system, to support the delivery of a high quality cost effective service, that is compliant with CQC Standards.

The candidate must:

  • Have experience of working in a social care or another care related field and a full understanding of the Community Support Service and staff rota management.
  • Have the ability to manage your time effectively, be organised and meet deadlines in a pressured environment, which is essential to this role, along with a good standard of education, written and verbal communication skills and an adequate level of literacy and numeracy. 
  • Be competent and confident in using IT packages and equipment.
  • Have experience of managing staff.
  • Be able to effectively communicate and liaise with staff and other professionals at all levels.

These positions are 37 hours based from Driffield Community Hub, however some of your rota time will be spent out in the community when managing staff.

Monday – Sunday (including Bank Holidays) as part of a shift rotation between the hours of 7.00 am – 10 pm.

For further information about the role please contact:

Name: Carolyn Hill

Email: Carolyn.hill@eastriding.gov.uk

Tel: 01482 394050

 

Closing date: Sunday 29th November 2020

Interview date: TTo be confirmed

 

Please find a link below to download the job outline and employee specification:

Job Outline and Employee specification (PDF file, download size 150 kb)

Further information

 

Have you looked at the Choose Care East Riding website to see if a career in care is right for you?  Explore job roles, discover career pathways and take the test to see if you are suited to a job in care. 

https://www.choosecareeastriding.co.uk

Take a look at our careers website for social care jobs at the council and discover the benefits of starting your career in social care with us. 

https://www.eastridingcouncil.jobs

Please find a link below to download important Information for applicants

 

Information for applicants – External (PDF file, download size 15kb)

 

Internal Candidates

If you already work for the Council and have an Employee Self Service (ESS) account, please login to apply online using your ESS username and password. Please ensure you have a preferred email address in your contact details in your ESS account before starting an application form as this will prevent submission.

To view this vacancy workbase in further detail please see the map below: