Team Coordinator - Nights - Claremont House

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Adults & Health
Adults Social Care Operation
Social Care - Adults
Claremont House, Heckmondwike, WF16 9EU
+ relevant enhancements (included in above calculation)

At Claremont House, we specialise in both short-term and long-term care for people with a dementia diagnosis, aiming to help our residents stay independent, safe and secure in our protected environment. All our staff are specially trained to work with residents whose diagnosis of dementia means that they need extra support and understanding. We offer security and safety in a home-from-home environment.

Working closely with families during what can often be a worrying time, you will work on a 6-week rota including weekends and Public Holidays. The earliest start will be 9.30pm and the latest finish 7.30am. 

Reporting to, and supported by, a Deputy Manager, you will be part of a team of Team Leaders, Support Workers, and housekeeping staff.  Your job will also include working in partnership with health staff assessors and the independent sector.

You will act as a role model, providing support and direction to make sure duties are carried out effectively, efficiently and in line with standards - with the needs of service users being the priority. Team Leaders work well with others and develop relationships with service users, relatives and other professionals.  You will make sure there is high quality care and support provided to service users which exceeds Care Quality Commission expectations and standards. 

You will need:

  • Experience of working in a relevant care setting.
  • Awareness of current care practices and standards.
  • Commitment to delivery of quality care provision.
  • Ability to challenge practice that does not meet requirements/standards.
  • Ability to write clear reports and maintain service user records.

An enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check will be required for this job.  A conviction may not exclude candidates from appointment but will be considered as part of the recruitment process. 

Our offer to you: 

You will know your shift pattern 12 months in advance, and we offer a range of flexible hours. You will receive full training in addition to a two-week induction and will be allocated a buddy. Managers are visible and have an open-door policy - team work is highly valued. 

  • Friendly and supportive team environment
  • Ongoing Training and Career development
  • Generous annual leave entitlement
  • Excellent pension scheme
  • Percentage salary enhancement for night shifts

We actively encourage our teams to follow public health advice on any vaccinations (for example Covid, Flu, Hep B) that will help us to keep our vulnerable service users and teams safe.

Interviews will take place at Claremont House, Heckmondwike, on 6th and 7th of March 2023.

This job is subject to a DBS check at the appropriate level, please refer to the Job Description/Profile.  A conviction may not exclude candidates from appointment but will be considered as part of the recruitment process.
We know there’s a wealth of talent among people who have a disability and we encourage applications from people with all differing abilities. So, if you need any support completing an application form, or any other format for the application or Job Description please contact the Recruitment Team for help by email: or phone: 01484 221000 and ask for ‘Recruitment’.
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of vulnerable adults and children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

03 March 2023, 11:55 PM

Important Information

This vacancy is closed to applications.