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As a Team Supervisor you will work in the community offering guidance and support to a small team of support staff. The Team Supervisor will conduct supervisions, community based assessments and spot checks ensuring that Q Cares compliance targets are met.
The role will require flexibility, reliability and enthusiasm.
For a full job description or to discuss the role further please do not hesitate to contact your local branch.
To Apply: Please email or contact Lynsey Jones (Lynsey.Jones@Q-Care.co.uk)
Purpose of role: To train, support, mentor and supervise a team of up to 15 support staff in the community/office over a seven day period to ensure that they are able to and are delivering high quality care and support to service users, in accordance with current care standards.
Other information: This role requires successful candidate to carry out emergency 24 hour on call duties as and when necessary which includes weekends, weekday nights and bank holidays on a rota basis.
Full details are available on request
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What we need from you
If you are a compassionate person who can provide excellent customer experience and you are sensitive and responsive to the needs of other people, this is the job for you.
Submit applications online or send them to your nearest QCare branch. View our current job openings and choose the position you’d like, then complete the application form and submit your CV.
Once you have completed your application form online, you will receive an automated acknowledgement. Remember to double-check that you have uploaded your CV. If in doubt feel free to call us on 0345 481 6002.
Thanks for applying! If your application is successful we will contact you and you’ll have an initial phone interview with one of our recruiters (approx. 15 minutes). We’ll discuss your application or CV in more detail and if there’s a strong match, we’ll invite you to come in for a face-to-face interview.
If you are having technical difficulties, please call 0345 481 6002
Most definitely. Although it would be an advantage to have some experience of care work, it isn’t mandatory. We provide full training. What we look for is the right personality and the right attitude.
The short answer is no, although it can depend on the vacancy. Some positions allow the Support Worker to walk or use public transport to get to calls. Alternatively, Support Workers can work together so you might ride as a passenger in one of our Company vehicles. However, these vacancies are not available year round, so please check the specific job requirements, as we will always make it clear whether or not you need a driving licence.
Each car is scheduled on certain runs during the day. If your work pattern matches one of our company car runs, you'll be able to use it.
Support Workers’ hours vary, and we will try to be as flexible as possible in order to suit your preference. At your interview we will ask you for your availability, meaning the hours you choose to work within our defined patterns.
Our office-based vacancies are posted alongside our current openings, by area. Keep checking the relevant pages for any new roles.
No problem. Please call our recruitment team and they will be able to answer any question you have - 0345 481 6002
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