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HOUSEKEEPERS WANTED – WEEKENDS – £6.83 per hour

Saturday & Sunday – 5.5 hours per day – 9.00am to 2.30pm

Saturday & Sunday – 6 hours per day – 9.00am to 3.30pm with 30 minutes unpaid break each day

Job duties include:

  • To carry out duties as requested by the Housekeeping Supervisor.
  • To be able to undertake general cleaning task such as bed making, vacuuming, sweeping, mopping, damp dusting and deck scrubbing.
  • To clean areas such as flats, bedrooms, bathrooms, toilets, showers, lifts, stairs, dining rooms and public / communal areas.
  • To be aware of / adhere to policies and procedures when dealing with bodily fluids.
  • To be responsible for your own cleaning trolley by keeping it tidy and well stocked.

The above list is not exhaustive. Closing date: 27th April 2015.

For an application pack, contact Kelly Stanton on 0161 772 4049 or email kelly.s@thefed.org.uk

Housekeeping~JOB DESCRIP updated 2014   Housekeeping ~PERS SPEC~updated 2014

SOCIAL CARE WORKERS – Full/Part time positions available

£6.83 – 7.25 per hour depending on experience

Job duties include:

  1. Provision of physical and psychological care to Residents in accordance with the specified plan of clinical and social care.
  2. To provide support to relatives/carers working closely to deliver comprehensive holistic care.
  3. To provide the necessary physical care to Residents to help them to complete daily living activities, i.e. personal hygiene, diet and fluid intake, clothing and laundry, personal environment, elimination, maintaining rest, sleep and activities, physical observations.
  4. To create and maintain supportive relationships with all members of the team and with colleagues throughout THE FED.

This is not an exhaustive list.  Closing date: Friday 1st May 2015. 

 For an application pack, contact Kelly Stanton on 0161 772 4049 or email kelly.s@thefed.org.uk

Conditions of Service – April 2015   SCW~PERSON SPECIFICATION FINAL JULY12

Social Care Worker NEW JD – Jan 2013

‘MY STORY’ PROJECT CO-ORDINATOR – 12 months fixed term contract

14 hours per week – £7644.00 per annum.

“My Story” Project is a joint pilot initiative of The Fed and the Association of Jewish Refugees (AJR).    Its purpose is to tell the life stories of older people through production of individual life story booklets to be kept as treasured memories and tools for reminiscence.

The project will provide volunteers to visit older people in their own homes or at Heathlands Village, on a regular basis, and to liaise with relatives, to assist in producing each person’s unique story.

In so doing it aims to help improve the overall wellbeing of older people, particularly if they are experiencing memory loss, by helping them;

  • Feel valued and respected
  • Maintain their sense of identity
  • Enjoy better communication with friends, family and others who visit or care for them now or in the future.

The project is seeking to employ a coordinator who will be responsible for:  

  • identifying older people (clients) who would benefit from the project.
  • recruiting, training and supervising volunteers
  • matching clients to volunteers
  • overseeing the production of the life story booklets

The successful candidate:  

  • Will work out of The Fed’s main office at Heathlands Village and will work very closely with The Fed’s ‘Time For You’ team
  • Must have an excellent understanding of the health and psychological issues of older and vulnerable people.
  • Must have an excellent ability to relate to and communicate with older people
  • Will be reporting to The Fed’s ‘Time For You’ Manager and Head of Volunteer and Community Services at AJR.

If you would like further information please contact Juliette Pearce (Time for You Project Manager – The Fed) on 0161 772 4800 or Carol Hart (Head of Volunteer & Community Services – AJR) on 0208 3853083

For an application pack, please email karenmarkham@ajr.org.uk

Closing date: 24th April 2015  

HOSPITALITY ASSISTANT – 30 hours per week, 5 days from 7 according to the rota

Job Purpose includes:

  1. Deliver a friendly, courteous and efficient food service to staff, visitors, residents and tenants in all areas around the Heathlands Village i.e. Balcombe Hall, Eventhall House, coffee shop, staff restaurant, village shop and room service.
  2. To provide an outstanding customer care and service to all our customers.
  3. Maintain Kashrut Laws relating to kosher food with regard to food service, storage and cleaning.
  4. Work in accordance with Health and Safety Legislation

This is not an exhaustive list. Closing date: Friday 1st May 2015

For an application pack, contact Kelly Stanton on 0161 772 4895 or email kelly.s@thefed.org.uk

Job Description hospitality assistant 2014   Job spec hospitality 2014   conditions of service Hospitality assistant – 2014

CARE @ HOME SUPPORT WORKERS

£7.65 per hour
Hours available are 16 & 20 per week 5 days from 7 according to the rota.

CARE @ HOME provides flexible, home-based respite for adults, many of whom have physical and learning disabilities. Care @ Home support workers provide help and support as required. Tasks include personal care, social activities etc.

For an informal discussion please contact Zoe Guerrier Team Manager on 0161 772 4800.

Job duties include:

  • Provide high quality help/support with personal care tasks and daily living tasks in line with the care plan, within the service user’s own home
  • Support the client   in social activities as stated in the care plan.
  • Undertake domestic tasks to support the client as stated in the care plan.
  • Contribute towards the risk assessments and their management
  • Contribute to the development, implementation and evaluation of care plans and care packages
  • Accurately record client information.
  • Maintain daily diary records, care plans, risk assessments, administration records and other documentation in line with policy.

The above list is not exhaustive.

For an application pack, contact Sue Ravenscroft on 0161 772 4895 or email sue.r@thefed.org.uk

Conditions of service August 2014   JOB DES August 14    pers spec August 14

PROJECT SMILE FAMILY SUPPORT WORKERS

£7.65 per hour
Hours available are 7.30am to 8.30am & 3.00pm to 7.00pm Monday to Friday & any day time hours on Saturdays & Sundays

PROJECT SMILE provides flexible, home-based respite for children with special needs and their families, many of whom have physical and learning disabilities. PROJECT SMILE family support workers provide help and support to the child. Tasks include personal care, social activities etc. A variety of hours, from as little as 2 a week upwards, are available. An understanding of the needs of children, an ability to work on your own initiative, punctuality, commitment and a sense of fun are all key to working for PROJECT SMILE.

For an informal discussion please contact Carol Moffatt PROJECT SMILE Team Manager on 0161 772 4800.

Job Duties include:

  1. Understanding of the needs of children and ability to work on your own  initiative are essential
  2. Experience working with children is essential
  3. Experience working with children with autism/challenging behaviour preferable
  4. 3 day mandatory induction course
  5. Commitment and punctuality essential

PROJECT SMILE is registered with CQC. DBS check is required for this role.

The above list is not exhaustive.

For an application pack, contact Sue Ravenscroft on 0161 772 4895 or email sue.r@thefed.org.uk 

Application pack

 BANK SOCIAL CARE WORKERS  – As and when needed