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Care Worker Full Time 36 hours per week

St Anne’s Residential Care Home

St Anne's is a 19 bedded, Charity run, residential care home in Burgess Hill and due to internal promotions we are looking to recruit a full time care worker to work 36 hours a week on 2 week fixed rota which will include some shifts on alternate weekends. While we would prefer an experienced Carer, if you are looking to move in to care and have no experience but have a genuine desire to provide care and help for people, we’d love to hear from you. Full training can be given, our senior care staff and management team will be with you every step of the way! By joining our team you are committed to providing the best standards of care and support to people in our home. We’re looking for caring and responsible workers who are passionate about helping older people to maintain as much of their independence as possible and who want to work in a pleasant and peaceful home. • Up to 28 paid holidays per annum • Company pension scheme • Free uniform • An employee assist hotline Staff receive free training for which they are paid to attend as well as having the opportunity to complete NVQ/QCF in Health and Social Care to support your career growth. Applicants will have ha to undertake a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check and must be able to provide 2 satisfactory references, one of which must be from a recent employer, this helps towards ensuring that we are doing all we can to ensure the safety of our residents.

Please contact us for more information: Tel: 01444233179 • Address: 92 Mill Road, Burgess Hill, West Sussex, RH15 8EL

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ERSKINE has been caring for members of the ex-Service community for 100 years. Our reputation as a provider of quality care depends on recruiting staff of a high calibre who can meet resident needs and Erskine’s expectations.

REGISTERED NURSES 23 & 37.5 HOURS PER WEEK INCLUDING SHIFT WORK AND WEEKEND WORK GRADE 5 SALARY £29,500 - £33,428 PER ANNUM (PRO RATA) As a Registered Nurse you will be responsible for leading a team to ensure the delivery of excellent standards of care. You would be a key part of a Multi-Disciplinary Team including Advanced Nurse Practitioners, Dementia Nurse Consultants, Practice Development Nurse, Speech & Language Therapist, Physiotherapists, Podiatrist, care staff and externally with our local GPs and other NHS healthcare professionals.

Erskine care as much for our employees as our residents and offer the following benefits: • Free On-Site Parking • Competitive Rates of Pay • Enhanced Sick Pay • Enhanced Maternity Pay • Group Pension Scheme • Enhanced Annual Leave • Employee Assistance Programme • Occupational Health Service • Free Uniform Provided • Payment of PVG

• 3 Day Induction Programme • Ongoing Support & Training • Healthy Working Life’s Forum o Daily Fresh Fruit o Cycle to Work Scheme o Yoga Classes • Flying Start Programme for newly qualified RN’s

Nurses must hold current registration with the NMC and have a legal right to work in the UK. If you are selected for interview, you will receive an invite by email (please ensure you check your spam / junk mailbox). The successful candidates will be required to undergo a PVG Disclosure. If you have not received a response within 2 weeks of the closing date please assume your application has been unsuccessful on this occasion. Closing Date: Sunday, 27th October 2019


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Crisis Care Practitioner - Band 5 & 6 Recruitment Day - October 23rd 2019 Location: Crisis Assessment & Treatment EAL, Ealing Salary: £34,961 to £42,010 pa pro rata inc HCAS Are you looking for a new challenge? This is a unique and exciting time to join a rapidly expanding and developing crisis service, helping to implement a new clinical model that puts the patient at the very centre of how we work. We are seeking talented Registered Mental Health Nurses, Occupational Therapists and Social Workers to develop our Multi-Disciplinary Teams within crisis services across Multi-Disciplinar Ealing, Hammersmith & Fulham and Hounslow. In December 2018 the CQC increased our Crisis services’ rating to ‘Good’ and the Trust has an explicit ambition to reach ‘Outstanding’. As part of this vision a significant amount of work is being undertaken to transform services, in particular alternative to hospital admissions, implementing best practice models across the health and social care system. These plans are aligned to the aims set out in the NHS Long Term Plan as well as local priorities set out by the Crisis Care Concordat. To fund this transformation WLT has successfully bid for increased recurrent funding to enhance crisis services in three key areas: • Increasing crisis staffing provision towards high fidelity to the core model fidelit • Increased alternative crisis provision including a safe haven, step-up services, a crisis café and support networks • Increased psychiatric provision for older people

Following our latest inspection the CQC reported as follows: “Staff teams were highly motivated and morale was strong in the teams we visited. Staff were positive about the support they received from managers and felt they were supported to develop, personally and professionally by the trust.” You will receive great support including individual and peer supervision plus regular reflective practice opportunities. We are passionate about staff development and we also offer significant training opportunities to our staff (including DBT and ACT), as well as specific career pathways for moving up through the staffing grades, and believe that WLT is a great trust for staff looking to advance in their careers.

We look forward to working with you! For informal discussion about the posts please contact Sarah (Team Manager) on 07968 473 406

For more information please visit our website:

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We are recruiting ! Come and join our team at Holehird. Support Worker – 04644 Team Leader – 04643 Nurse – 04645 Holehird is a residential nursing home set in Windermere. We support people with long term, complex conditions. Full training will be given but a kind, compassionate nature is essential. Experience of managing a junior team within a healthcare setting is required for the team leader role. We can offer on the job clinical training for support workers with the opportunity for career progression to Team Leader. A satisfactory disclosures check is required. We welcome applicants from all sections of the community. Accommodation within the grounds is available for full time staff.

For more details and to apply please visit our careers site: and search the above reference numbers. Alternatively you can call our recruitment team 01902 792060 – option 1

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Clinical Assessment Nurse - 999 Salary: £30,401 to £37,267 pa Join South Central Ambulance Service (SCAS) Clinical Assessment Team, located at Bicester, Oxfordshire or Winchester, Hampshire.

Are you a qualified clinician looking to: • Work in an exciting and challenging environment that isn’t a ward? • Ma Make a difference to the lives of patients in emergency situations?

Essential Requirements:

What we can offer;

• Current NMC registration • Registered general nurse (RN1, RNA) • Ability to remain calm under pressure • Good level of computer literacy • Ability to communicate effectively over the phone • Recent professional clinical assessment experience • Experience within an A&E setting

Working for SCAS as a Nurse provides outstanding opportunities for you to develop within the role and the Trust, while offering the following benefits;

Please apply by sending your CV to

• Continued support and development from our in house education team • Additional CPD training Opportunities and access to educational qualifications • Occupational Health support along with an Employee Assistance Programme • Enrolment in the NHS Pension Scheme • Child care vouchers

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Assistant Nurse Managers (Qualified Nurses) Full-time, part-time and casual Twickenham and Kensington and Chelsea. West London £32,986 per annum, plus £2,600 per annum London Weighting. This is a total of up to £35,586 per annum (£17.50 per hour) Also potential to earn an extra £600 per year attendance bonus

This is an exciting opportunity for Registered Nurses - RNLD/RGN. Choi Choice Support is a national charity providing care and support to people with learning disabilities. We have a reputation for innovation in service delivery and providing high quality care and support; we also have a passionate belief in the rights of the people that we support to have choice and control in their lives. We currently require Assistant Nurse Managers to support the Services Manager to run two Registered Care Homes (with nursing care) in west London. The ladies residing within the homes have profound multi learning disabilities and complex health needs. All the women are wheelchairs users and h have individual moulds to support them. Nursing procedures include, administration of all medication- including controlled drugs, rectal Diazepam, suppositories and enemas. PEG and PEJ management; suctioning, postural drainage; monitoring of temperatures, oxygen administration, skin viability monitoring and prevention, diabetes monitoring and management.

Assistant Nurse Managers support the Services Manager to lead the staff team to ensure that a good quality, safe and effective service is delivered. Assistant Nurse Managers also need to provide the day to day clinical aspects of service delivery and assist in the overall manageme management of the service. The ideal candidates will be RN (LO) I RGN, skilled in catheter care, PEG and PEJ feeding, postural care, management of epilepsy and diabetes. They will require good interpersonal skills and need to win the hearts and minds of families. Due to the fact that the services are centred around females (they require elements of personal care) the assumption is that they would continue to prefer their intimate personal care given by females as there is an occupational requirement under the Equality Act 2010 for females only. For the right candidates this represents a very rewarding opportunity to transform the quality of life of the eight women living within their homes.

Please contact Lisa Matthews 07880404477 for more information Visit our website to apply:

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Staff Nurses – Live posts available! (Eligible for Registered Children’s Nurses, those awaiting registration to be Children’s Nurses, Registered Learning Disability Nurses or Adult Nurse’s with relevant Children’s experience) Department: Children’s Hospice Services Band: Based on Band 5 (£21,724 - £28,113 per annum pro rata for part-time) Hours: There are currently full-time and part-time jobs available. A waiting list will also be held (Includes Shift-work) Location: This is a combined role which involves working between Children’s Hospice In-Patient Unit based in Newtownabbey, Northern Ireland and out within the Community. Open Day/Tour: Please note an open day / tour will be scheduled for prospective applicants. Please register your interest with the People and Development Team by emailing or telephone 02890781836 and we will be happy to provide information on suitable da dates and times. For further information and/or to apply please refer to the Job Description and Specification in our jobs page via our website below. Alternatively please contact a member of the People & Development Team on 02890 781836 or via The closing date for applications is Friday 11th October 2019 at 4.00pm.

Role Overview: The Staff Nurse will work as a member of the Children’s Hospice Care Team, providing holistic care to life limited children with complex needs, and their families. He/she will participate in the assessment, planning and delivery of care to the children and the delegation of care to non-registered members of the care team promoting a philosophy of holistic care and active engagement of children and families. The role will include working in Horizon House and in the wider community both day and night duty. Please note all correspondence will be sent to the email address provided on your application form. Please ensure to check your 'junk/spam' folder as due to personal email security settings, emails can sometimes appear here. Any email correspondence will come from an email address ending in

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RMN - Days / Nights Salary: Up to £29,680 per annum (pro rata) - Hours Per Week Full or Part-time Days up to 35 hours, Nights up to 31.5 hours We have positions available for RMN's to work in our new dementia service. You will be responsible for administering prescribed medicines in accordance with Trust procedures and NMC guidelines, ensuring that each service user has an individualised Care Plan. You will lead by example and be a supportive mentor to the established wider team of committed staff. You will be supported by regular supervision and have opportunities for training and continuing professional development.

Care Worker - Nights Salary: Up to £14,562 per annum (pro rata) - 2 or 3 nights (10.5 hours) Hours Per Week Full or Part-time The Trust would welcome applications from professional individuals who are looking for a long term career in Adult Social Care. With a proven record of reliability and excellence, you will be given the opportunity to develop skills and gain further qualifications at level 2 or 3 in Health and Social Care. Training will be provided to ensure that you are competent in your job role and develop confidence and skills to further your career. A clear pay structure ensures recognition for those who develop the skills and take responsibility for delivering the best standards of care for service users. The Trust offers competitive pay rates and pensions contribution.

Closing date: 30th October 2019

For more information and to apply, please visit our website:

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Charity Health

Addenbrooke’s Charitable Trust (ACT) is the independent, registered charity that raises funds to support Addenbrooke's and the Rosie, the Cambridge University Hospitals (CUH). We connect givers and causes, supporting projects and facilities that are beyond the boundaries of NHS funding to achieve the highest possible standards and outcomes in patient experience, clinical care, research and education.

Hospital Engagement Lead

Community Relationships Lead

Hours: 37.5 hours per week Term: Permanent Reports to: Head of Hospital Engagement Salary: Competitive

Hours: 37.5 hours per week Term: Permanent Reports to: Head of Relationships Salary: Competitive

The relationships that the charity charit builds with key departments, staff and clinicians in the hospital is critical to our overall strategy for growth. Hospital Engagement leads are pivotal in developing and building those relationships.

This role sits within ACT’s Relationships team. The team is responsible for ACT’s major relationships with donors, fundraisers, trusts and corporates who support Addenbrooke’s and the Rosie hospitals with charitable donations and fundraised gifts of over £10,000.

In this role the Hospital Engagement Lead is responsible for driving fundraising growth through the implementation of ACT’s patient fundraising programme in carefully selected areas, through activities focussed on increasing the volume of grateful patient referrals and income. Other examples include increasing awareness of the charity and its work through staff and patients, patients developing trust and close working relationships, increasing visibility of the charity in your allocated departments, ensuring all staff know what has been funded by the charity, what is being fundraised for, and ensuring that charitable funds are well spent.

We are therefore looking for an experienced and passionate high-value Community Relationships Lead, who understands the challenges, rewards and opportunities that community fundraising can provide. Someone who can drive forward our relationships and work in partnership with our fundraisers and ACT teams to bring about maximum return on investment. You’ll be playing a key role in helping the charity to meet its growing ambitions and ensuring that it can continue to support a world-class hospital in delivering the very best patient care, research and treatment.

The post-holder will be working as part of a close, collaborative and supportive team. This post offers an excellent opportunity to be at the forefront of implementing and shaping a new way of working and a good opportunity to be at the leading edge of patient fundraising in the health environment

To find out more about these roles and working at ACT, please call Ruth Campbell on 01223 274878 or email

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Charity, Managerial & Senior Roles

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Charities & Third Sector

Trainee Residential Manager - Dudley 40 hours per week | Permanent | Closing Date: 8th October 2019 £24,000 - £26,500 Depending on Experience and Qualifications We are looking to recruit talented children’s residential practitioners with some supervisory experience to progress into management via our Fast Track to Management Programme. Our Fast Track Programme will offer you the chance to work in a range of our services, learning how to deliver the highest quality care and support. We will encourage you every step of the way, providing you with a dedicated mentor as well as on-the-job training. You will have regular access to a peer group and be supported to undertake and complete the Level 5 Diploma in Leadership and Management for Residential Childcare.

The successful candidate will ideally: -

Hold a Level 3 Diploma in Residential Childcare or hold an equivalent qualification* as defined in the Guide to the Children’s Homes Regulations 2015. Have worked for at least 2 years (within the last 5 years), in a position relevant to the residential care of children. Have a minimum 12 months experience supervising or managing staff working in a care role Good problem solving skills and a structured approach to tasks. Ability to work well as part of a team as well as taking individual responsibility for results. Ability to relate successfully to individuals from a wide range of backgrounds and build productive relationships and network effectively. net Excellent organisational, written, numerical and IT skills.

Team Leader – Children’s Home – Balham 40 hours per week | Shift Work | Closing Date: 13th October 2019 £26,369 to £26,736 Depending on Experience and Qualifications As Team Leader, you will be directly involved in managing the home and providing positive support for challenging young people aged 11-18. Whether shift leading or joining in with daily activities, you will also share in the leadership of the team, helping to develop staff by modelling high standards of professionalism.

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Professional qualification (CQSW, DipSW, NVQ3) desirable, or willingness to undertake Diploma Level 3 for Residential Childcare. One years’ experience working at a level of responsibility with children and young people in a residential setting. An understanding of the regulatory framework relating to the provision of residential services for children and young people. Good understanding of the needs and risks regarding children in care. Experience of taking on leadership responsibilities in a teamwork setting. Ability to build genuine and trusting relationships with young people maintaining at all times high personal and professional standards. Excellent communication and team working skills. Flexibility to work shifts including evenings, weekends and Bank Holidays

For full job descriptions and to apply, please visit our website: At St Christopher’s we are committed to the safeguarding of all children and young people in our care. During the recruitment process you will be expected to complete an online application form to ensure we capture essential information to meet legislation, best practice and vetting requirements. Applicants will ideally already be on the DBS Update Service; if this is not the case St Christopher's will carry out a DBS (police) check prior to starting.

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National Technology Campaign

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Aware. Informed. Engaged. Unlike all other engagement and consultation software, EngagementHQ offers a spectrum of engagement tools ranging from open tools such as online discussion forums, ideas sharing, Q&A, storytelling, guestbooks and interactive mapping to the more traditional tools such as surveys, submissions, petitions and quick polls.

Contact our UK team Ray Scanlan

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Head of Business and Engagement (UK)

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Housing Development and Regeneration Manager Post Number: ED0008 | Service: Community Wellbeing Location: Civic Centre | Grade: 19 Salary: £54,411 - £56,369 per annum (plus £6,000 market addition per annum) Hours: 37.5 hours per week (banking 30 minutes per week to be used towards the shutdown at Christmas and New Year) | Closing Date: Monday 14 October 2019 Regenerating the town is a top Corporate Priority and the Regeneration Team are working with partners to bring forward a range of projects to develop the pace of regeneration and development in Harlow. We are looking for an exceptional candidate who will continue to build on our success, maintain our track record of working collaboratively, and continue to maximise our potential as a town and sub-regional centre. You will work closely with the Head of Community Wellbeing and others throughout the organisation and beyond to bring important projects forward. You will be an experienced regeneration/development professional; capable in leading a team, providing strong project and financial management credentials, coupled with a track record of delivery through partnership working and an ability to communicate at all levels. You will have the ability to communicate at all levels and be able to deliver creative solutions to complex problems and will be comfortable working with technical experts, politicians and members of the public. Alongside this you must have excellent skills and experience in developing and delivering long term strategies. This is an unrivalled opportunity for stepping into a new challenge and most importantly the chance to make a difference.

For an informal discussion please contact Jane Greer, Head of Community Wellbeing on 01279 446406 To apply please email your completed application form to or by hand to Contact Harlow at the Civic Centre. Please make sure you send your application form as an email attachment, rather than providing a link to a cloud-hosted document like Google Drive or OneDrive. Application forms and other resources can be found on our website:

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Economic Development and Programme Manager Permanent, Full Time – 37 hours per week Grade PO3, Salary Range £39,782 - £41,675 Closing date: Thursday 17 October 2019 • Interview: Monday 04 November 2019 Economic Development – Growth – Partnership Working – Regeneration There is lots to be excited about in this role – influencing economic growth in a great place, planning and developing projects in the community and working with a range of partners to shape and deliver a range of programmes and projects. This role would suit an ambitious and organised individual with a proven track record of building relationships and delivering major economic development programmes. If you have an eye for a great campaign or great idea – we want to know. Be bold and tell us what you have achieved and what you could do for Rutland. You will report straight into our Strategic Director for Places and will have plenty of engagement with our elected members and partners. There is so much more to tell you about this role so do take a look at the JD and our website and have an informal chat with Chris Traill (Strategic Director) on 01572 758426. Rutland has a lot to offer – it genuinely is a great place to work. We also have a generous leave entitlement, flexible working, local government pension scheme, payment of professional membership fees, Learning and Development opportunities, Wellbeing programmes and a really friendly and supportive environment.

Click here to apply Clic All recruitment correspondence, including interview details, will be sent out via email. If you need support around the application process, please contact HR on 01572 758291, Rutland County Council is committed to Equality and Diversity and welcomes applications from all sections of the community. Everyone at Rutland County Council has a responsibility for, and is committed to, safeguarding and promoting the welfare of Children, Young People and Vulnerable sa Adults and for ensuring that they are protected from harm.

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