In this role you will work with the Health & Well-Being Coordinator, individuals, and their family and friends collaboratively to develop and deliver a well-being programme that delivers meaningful activities in the home environment and local community. You will use the individual’s life history creatively to inform the well-being programme. To promote person centred care in a holistic way as well as equality, diversity, accessibility and inclusion. To add quality to the lives of the individual in line with social and recreational needs identified in the care planning process and linked to national care standards.

To bring reliability, commitment, integrity, passion and enthusiasm to the role. To be yourself, have a sense of fun and take ownership for all aspects of your role.

About Caer Gwent

Caer Gwent is a high quality care home set in a quiet location in Worthing, set back from the road amongst beautifully landscaped gardens. The home offers residential, respite and 24-hour nursing care.

Benefits of working at Guild Care

When you join our team, we will discuss with you what’s on offer and your career aspirations. You will meet our friendly, supportive Learning and Development Team and join our in-house trainers in our fantastic training facilities.

Job description

You will need knowledge and understanding of the needs of older people with the ability to communicate well with others. We are looking for someone who enjoys establishing meaningful relationships and connections.

A professional qualification in activity planning or an accredited qualification in an activity related subject such as the Keep Fit Association (KFA) qualification in Seated Exercise are desirable. It would also be advantageous of you have previous experience of organising and managing events and have worked in a care setting/ with people who have dementia.

One of the key tasks of this role at present which has been a result of COVID 19 is to facilitate residents visits with families, ensuring rigorous infection control protocols and to help residents remain connected with their networks of support via technology.

You can find the full job description here.

Pay

Mon to Fri, £9.00 per hour

Sat, £9.45 per hour

Sun, £9.90 per hour

Hours

35 hours per week, including some weekends

Job reference

1933

Closing date

12pm Monday 12th October

Get in touch

For further information please email [email protected] or call our Recruitment Team on 01903 863154.

How to apply

Please complete the short online application and email your current CV to [email protected] or call the recruitment team on 01903 863154.

Please note that due to the high volume of applicants we receive, we are not able to respond to you individually. Therefore, if you are successful you will hear from us within three weeks.