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Team Leader – Central Cheshire

Posted 12th October
Central Cheshire
£22,126 - £25,012 a year
Fixed contract

We are looking to recruit an experienced team leader to join our growing team based in Nantwich. This role is key in ensuring only the highest standards of person-centred care are delivered to our clients within their own homes. Our team leaders are field based and responsible for monitoring the quality of care provided and acting as role models to support and develop our fantastic team of care assistants.

Joining as a team leader will allow you to further your career and complete training in management qualifications to advance into other care management roles as we continue to expand.

Team leaders are responsible for the efficient running of their own specific, defined areas and should manage their own diaries, varying their hours of work in order to effectively monitor and support all care assistants and clients. This will include early mornings, late nights and weekends and will include time on the rota completing care calls and supporting care assistants, this role is 70% field based.

Person Specification — Essential Criteria

The following personal attributes are considered essential to the post of team leader at SureCare:

  • At least 1 years’ experience in home care
  • Achieved NVQ Level 3 or above in Health and Social Care
  • Full, valid driving licence and access to a car
  • Self-motivated and organised
  • Flexible to work requirements and changing needs
  • Friendly, caring and sensitive to the needs of others
  • A good leader and mentor
  • An active team player but also able to work on own initiative
  • A good communicator, both verbally and in writing
  • A good problem solver
  • Good assessment and information gathering skills
  • Capable of accepting responsibility and coping with emergencies
  • Excellent computer skills

Apply online or get in touch with us: Call 01270 667 288 or Email

Team Leader (full-time or part-time) – Chelsea & Fulham

Posted 22nd March
Chelsea & Fulham
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Full-time or part-time. Permanent.

SureCare Chelsea & Fulham are currently looking to recruit an experienced full-time or part-time team leader, or senior care worker, to coach and lead a team of care workers and to provide care in the Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea and the London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham.

Purpose of the position:
This is a key role in ensuring only the highest standards of quality care are delivered to our clients at all times. The team leader is responsible for implementing quality control systems and providing ongoing support to all care staff within a defined geographical area.

Our expectations:
You need to have experience in caring and supporting individuals (adults and children) with complex health needs.

Although training will be provided, experience of working with individuals with autism, learning disabilities and/or challenging behaviour would be advantageous.

You must have compassion, courage and a willingness to make a positive difference in the lives of the people you will support.

Main duties and responsibilities:

  • To carry out all client assessments for new clients including risk assessments as part of the Assessment process
  • To regularly monitor and review clients updating documentation including support plans as required
  • To carry out introductory visits of new care workers to a client
  • To ensure all client visits are always covered
  • To be part of the on-call team in case of an emergency on a rota basis
  • To liaise closely with care coordinators in relation to recruitment, allocation of care workers and the development of care and support plans
  • To identify care workers to cover for any absences, this may be due to sickness or holiday
  • To allocate suitable alternative care workers when an existing care worker notifies that they are unable to attend a call
  • To be actively involved with the induction of all new care workers
  • To identify any additional training needs of care workers
  • To urgently report any changes in a care worker's or client's schedule to the care coordinator
  • To monitor, supervise, provide support and mentor all care workers in the field
  • To monitor all clients for service and care worker satisfaction
  • To ensure accuracy and completeness of all documentation held in clients’ homes
  • To ensure that all written reports and administration is up to date
  • To maintain close liaison with both the registered manager and care coordinator.  Team leaders are responsible for the efficient running of their own specific, defined areas and should vary their hours of work in order to effectively monitor and support all care workers and clients

If you are an experienced team leader or senior care worker and believe you have what it takes then please contact us today on 020 3887 2915 or email: we look forward to welcoming you on board!

Team Leader – Birmingham

Posted 30th January
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SureCare Birmingham is currently looking for dedicated and experienced team leaders to lead our committed and hard working team of carers working in various part of our local community.