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Rapid Personalised Care Service (RPCS) Senior Carer

Are you keen to work as a Senior Carer in a new, dynamic, team delivering end of life care in patients’ homes?
Do you want to work for a flexible and modern charity that will open up opportunities for you to learn new skills, gain knowledge and enable you to develop?
Are you someone who is motivated to care for some of the most vulnerable people in our community?

If you have answered ‘yes’ to any of these questions then we would love to hear from you. We are seeking a caring, compassionate and organised individual with team leadership experience to work as a Senior Carer in our high quality Rapid Personalised Care Service (RPCS).

• You will work in the community, in a key role delivering personalised care and support for patients identified as requiring care and support at the end of life, setting the Senior example of high-quality care to the Carers in your team and monitoring Carers as required
• Along with your Senior Carer colleagues, you will be the out of hours (OOH) point of contact for the service, triaging referrals and ensuring service data is accurately recorded
• You will work alongside the patient’s family and/or health care professionals, maintaining an approach that incorporates physical, psychological, social and spiritual aspects of care, in accordance with our Peace Hospice Care vision, values and objectives.

We are looking for calm, confident and sensible applicants, who are passionate about caring for patients. You may sometimes be visiting patients as a lone carer, so should be happy to work in this way as well as with other carers in your team. You will be fully supported by the RPCS Care Coordinator and the Team Lead.
More than providing care, you will be an essential source of support and advice for patients and families when they need us.
As this role is delivers services in the community it is essential that you are a car driver and have access to vehicle for use.

• Superb professional development opportunities
• Supportive working environment
• Workplace pension with Peace Hospice Care matching contributions up to 7%
• 27 days’ annual leave per year rising to 30 days after 5 years’ service plus Bank Holidays (pro rata for part time employees)
• Employee benefits including Cycle to Work and Computer purchase schemes
• Employee Assistance Programme

The RPCS service is based at Peace Hospice Care in Watford Town Centre. It will operate across 7 days, and you will be working a range of shifts to cover the service from 7am -11pm, alongside the nurses in our Palliative Response Team. This role attracts enhancements for unsociable hours and full and part-time positions are available.

We completed a successful pilot with our partner hospices, delivering supportive care in the last 12 weeks at home for patients at end of life. Now, we are recruiting individuals who can work as part of a new, dedicated team to help take this work to the next level, supporting the community in South West Hertfordshire.

We reserve the right to close the advert at any time so encourage you to apply early.. Please note that we are unable to acknowledge receipt of applications. Therefore, if you have not heard from us within two weeks of the closing date, you have unfortunately not been shortlisted for an interview.

Email contact: recruitment@peacehospicecare.org.uk

Role: Rapid Personalised Care Service (RPCS) Senior Carer

Department: Community Services

Salary: £21,956 - £23,001pa Full Time Equivalent (Band C, Scale Point 1 - Scale Point 3)

Closing date:

Interviews scheduled: 17/03/21

Apply here

• You will work in the community, in a key role delivering personalised care and support for patients identified as requiring care and support at the end of life, setting the Senior example of high-quality care to the Carers in your team and monitoring Carers as required
• Along with your Senior Carer colleagues, you will be the out of hours (OOH) point of contact for the service, triaging referrals and ensuring service data is accurately recorded
• You will work alongside the patient’s family and/or health care professionals, maintaining an approach that incorporates physical, psychological, social and spiritual aspects of care, in accordance with our Peace Hospice Care vision, values and objectives.

We are looking for calm, confident and sensible applicants, who are passionate about caring for patients. You may sometimes be visiting patients as a lone carer, so should be happy to work in this way as well as with other carers in your team. You will be fully supported by the RPCS Care Coordinator and the Team Lead.
More than providing care, you will be an essential source of support and advice for patients and families when they need us.
As this role is delivers services in the community it is essential that you are a car driver and have access to vehicle for use.

• Superb professional development opportunities
• Supportive working environment
• Workplace pension with Peace Hospice Care matching contributions up to 7%
• 27 days’ annual leave per year rising to 30 days after 5 years’ service plus Bank Holidays (pro rata for part time employees)
• Employee benefits including Cycle to Work and Computer purchase schemes
• Employee Assistance Programme

The RPCS service is based at Peace Hospice Care in Watford Town Centre. It will operate across 7 days, and you will be working a range of shifts to cover the service from 7am -11pm, alongside the nurses in our Palliative Response Team. This role attracts enhancements for unsociable hours and full and part-time positions are available.

We completed a successful pilot with our partner hospices, delivering supportive care in the last 12 weeks at home for patients at end of life. Now, we are recruiting individuals who can work as part of a new, dedicated team to help take this work to the next level, supporting the community in South West Hertfordshire.

We reserve the right to close the advert at any time so encourage you to apply early.. Please note that we are unable to acknowledge receipt of applications. Therefore, if you have not heard from us within two weeks of the closing date, you have unfortunately not been shortlisted for an interview.