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37 hours per weekWe have moved from traditional models of service delivery to create an integrated approach to delivering services to people with physical disability.You will be part of the Community Independence & Wellbeing Team, working within Bridgend County Borough, delivering social work services to people with long-term complex conditions and disability. This integrated multi-disciplinary team comprises of social work, social care and health professionals; the aim of the team is to improve access to health, social care and personal assistance services for people with physical disability. This service focuses on outcomes for individuals, maximising individual potential and minimising risk to independence, with an emphasis on choice and control. We have worked with partners to develop integrated provision which is person centred and this post will have a key role in contributing to these continued developments. You will:- Work as part of a team in a climate of change;- Manage a caseload in a busy environment;- Develop professional relationships within the Directorate, Health Board and across agency boundaries.- Take a person centred approach to practiceIf you are a registered Social Worker with an interest or knowledge and experience of working with people with complex needs, we would like to hear from you. Protecting children, young people or adults at risk is a core responsibility of all council employees.Applicants should note that a criminal records check by the Disclosure & Barring Service (DBS) will be necessary for the successful applicant.Closing Date: Wednesday, 18th November 2020. Click here for the Job Description & Person Specification To apply for this job click ‘Apply Online

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The Organisation: CareTech Community Services is a national provider of support for people with complex behaviours associated with autism, learning disabilities, mental health illness and neurological conditions. We support people to live as independently as possible within their own homes and also in residential care.The Role: We are looking for a suitably qualified & experienced Full Time Senior Support Worker to join our friendly Llandudno based team at our service. The service is split into four separate flats, supporting four adults with various needs. You will be providing individuals with practical and emotional care, enabling them to have fulfilled lives and gain further independence. The service is easily accessed via transport links to surrounding towns. You must be able to demonstrate a reliable and flexible approach to people with a broad spectrum of mental health diagnoses & learning difficulties and have the confidence to handle complex behaviours that can at times be challenging. You will be reporting to the Service Manager and will be responsible for a team of Support Workers. A Full driving licence is required. You will need to be flexible as you will be required to work shifts including bank holidays, weekends, and to provide sleep in duties.The successful candidate for the role of Senior Support Worker will have:- The ability to keep calm under pressure- Experience to work alone and as part of a team- Excellent communication skills- The passion to work with vulnerable Adults- The desire and commitment to achieve highstandards of safeguarding- Previous experience is essential and full training will be given.- NVQ Level 3 and above in Health & Social Care- Bilingual Welsh/English speakers highly desirableMain Duties and Responsibilities:To participate in the day-to-day implementation of individual support plans and activities within a challenging environmentTo maintain effective communication and liaison with service users, families and other whilst respecting appropriate confidentialityTo support service users with the preparation of meals, laundry duties, cleaning and social eventsTo maintain accurate notes and records as and when requiredTo work as part of a team to provide high quality care.Due to the nature of the position, successful candidates will be required to complete an enhanced DBS disclosure prior to commencement of employment, the disclosure expense will be met by the employer.Unfortunately we are unable to contact all candidates due to the large volume of applications we receive. If you have not heard from a consultant within the next 14 days please assume that you have both been successful on this occasion. Please do not hesitate to apply for other suitable roles in the future.

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About Disability Confident

A Disability Confident employer will generally offer an interview to any applicant that declares they have a disability and meets the minimum criteria for the job as defined by the employer. It is important to note that in certain recruitment situations such as high-volume, seasonal and high-peak times, the employer may wish to limit the overall numbers of interviews offered to both disabled people and non-disabled people. For more details please go to Disability Confident.

A Vacancy at Aneurin Bevan University Health Board.Consultant Geriatrician with an interest in Intermediate Care/ OrthogeriatricsBased – Chepstow Community Hospital Full Time – 10 SessionsStart Date: ASAP Closing Date for Applications: Midnight on 6th January 2021This post comes during a period of Health Board-wide service reviews, including a comprehensive reconfiguration of services for the elderly in Gwent. The aim is to provide a spectrum of flexible and responsive services for the elderly, across the Health Board, encompassing:• Development of a comprehensive Care of the Elderly Service at Chepstow Community Hospital , Nevill Hall Hospital – Abergavenny & the Community of Monmouthshire• Development and delivery of a comprehensive 7-day INTERMEDIATE CARE, FRAILTY CARE & COMMUNITY BASED SERVICES• Acute inpatient and community based assessment and treatment• Community-based rehabilitation (in a day unit and at home)• General and Specialist DGH and Community-based outpatient clinics• Support and Training for Primary and Social Care Teams• To provide effective leadership to multidisciplinary staff members of the unit• To develop teaching and research within the organisationThe post has been established to support the implementation of GWENT FRAILTY PROGRAMME and “Care Closer to Home” Strategy, Aneurin Bevan Local Health Board’s key strategic plans, including the Health Social Care and Well-being Strategy, and the development of level 1 services in line with Clinical Future’s.Although it is felt likely that the post holder will have had experience of, and be qualified in, general medicine/ geriatric medicine, alternative experiences such as those afforded by rehabilitation medicine and general practice will be considered in individual circumstances.Free parking is available across all Aneurin Bevan University Health Board Sites.Those wishing to discuss the post informally in the first instance or arrange a visit to the department should contact Dr Sharan Ramakrishna, Clinical Director, Intermediate Care , Tel 01443 802246 or Dr Gagan Belludi, Clinical Director, Intermeduate Care Tel 01633 238003This position involves Regulated Activity with adults as defined by the Safeguarding Vulnerable Groups Act (amended by the Protection of Freedoms Act 2012) and the following checks will be undertaken following any conditional offer:• Enhanced check without barred list information – an adults barred list checkApplicants must hold or be eligible to hold full registration and a licence to practice with the GMCCandidates for Consultant posts must also be on the GMC Specialist Register (including via CESR/European Community Rights) or will have a CCT/CESR(CP) date within 6 months of interview.Vacancy Ref: 040-CON379-B Closing Date for Applications: Midnight on 6th Janaury 2021Published on NHS Jobs and Trac: 1st December 2020Published in BMJ: 5th December 2020Interview Date: 4th February 2021This advert closes on Wednesday 6 Jan 2021

Is Aneurin Bevan University Health Board, South East Wales the place for your new beginning or change of scenery?
Are you a speech and language therapist who:
Loves building relationships with clients and colleagues?
Looking for a challenge in implementing a new service model?
Looks for a workplace that places personal fulfilment, well-being and a caring team culture at the heart of their values?
Loves life-long learning and the pursuit of clinical excellence?About the Role
We are seeking an experienced speech and language therapist keen to explore a fixed term, full-time, project position within our Newport locality area until 31st March 2021.
Then you could be the next dynamic clinician to fit perfectly in our team.
Unnecessary delay in discharging older patients from hospital is a systemic problem with a rising trend. For older people in particular, we know that longer stays in hospital can lead to worse health outcomes and can increase their long-term care needs.
The project aims to:
Support local health and social care systems to reduce the time patients spend in hospital, at the point that they no longer need acute care
Be user focused and embody patient centred care
Ensure that assessment is rapid, effective and able to mobilise the required services
Build networks of services that place more emphasis on the patient’s needs rather than on organisational boundaries. This will encompass multi/cross disciplinary learning and planning.
Empower staff with the right skills to offer what is needed and find new ways to manage actual and perceived risks.
Continuously evaluate and feedback service benefits and risks
About You
As an experienced speech and language therapist, you will have a genuine desire to make a difference for your patients and your colleagues to lead happy, fulfilled, connected and communicative lives. You will also have:
Dedication to clinical excellence, self-reflection and evidence-based practice
Strong commitment to working in a team by seeking and sharing advice with others.
Active participation in quality improvement activities, research and/or education.
Demonstrated passion for contributing to a positive workplace culture and to supporting the well-being of colleagues
Level C dysphagia competency as per RCSLT framework
A keen interest in service development and data analysis using the principles of Value-based Healthcare
What can Aneurin Bevan University Health Board offer you?
Live a balanced life:
Flexible work arrangements
A focus on self-care, fulfilment, health and well-being
Have time to enjoy all that South Wales offers with our settings proximity to the beautiful and relaxing scenery of Wales – Brecon Beacons, wonders of the coastline of South Wales, hustle of Cardiff
Collaborate and connect
Connect with like-minded clinicians who share your values and commitment to workplace culture
Collaborate with our Discharge Liaison Nurses and Local Authority partners joining a wealth of AHP, medical and social services colleagues to develop planning and clinical skills
Make a difference
Be part of a leading, trusted and well-established health board
Be involved in strategic service development for the future as part of a growing, contemporary speech and language therapy servicePlease don’t hesitate to contact Belinda Done, Professional Lead ABUHB Adult Speech and Language Therapy team on 01633 431 636 or with any questions or queries regarding the position
This is an exciting opportunity for you to start a new service development project at ABUHB this winter, stay for the summer, hopefully linger longer and become part of ABUHB Adult Speech and Language Therapy’s continuing legacy.
The ability to speak Welsh is desirable for this post; Welsh and/or English speakers are equally welcome to apply.
Closing date: 16th December 2020
For further details / informal visits contact:
Belinda Done – Professional Lead for Adults
01633 431634

Would you like to help and care for people in the community in their own homes?

We are looking for care workers to work in the RCT area in Caerphilly. Drivers only at this time due to locaility of areas.

Shift times are…



evenings 6pm – 11pm

alternate weekends

About Radis

Radis Group is a well-established and successful family run care company which has been delivering high quality care and support in excess of 30 Local Authorities in England and Wales.

About the role

As a Community Care Worker, you will provide a Care to service users living independently in their own homes, that is flexible and responsive to their needs. This can include assisting them with daily living tasks, personal care and hygiene, light meal preparation and domestic tasks and medication.

Benefits for the Role

Travel time paid and mileage

Full or Part time hours available
Nest Pension
Free uniform and PPE
Excellent career progression
Fully structured support for all new starters available
Full Out of Hours support
full training, working towards Care Certificate, Dementia, End of life and other training courses.
In-depth online & Office based training
Paid Shadowing in the field
You get paid by BACS every 4 weeks
Refer a friend payment (Unlimited Payments ) Subject to conditions
We will pay for mandatory refresher training

Radis Community Care is an Equal Opportunities Employer that welcomes applicants from all sections of the community

Have you enjoyed supporting vulnerable people in your community during these very difficult times or have you discovered skills in caring for others in their own homes?

If so and you are looking for a new job role we can help you put the two together!

We have opportunities for the right people who share our values to join our existing teams of care workers, of whom we are immensely proud.

We are a large and expanding team but work to maintain a strong ethos of togetherness and each member of staff has access to support from an experienced and substantial team of managers, assessors and professional therapists in order to both learn the role, grow in confidence and enjoy a rewarding career in care.

Support Workers and Healthcare Assistants Required in Cardiff and surrounding areas.Safehands Recruitment is a specialist agency providing temporary work in Health and Social Care Recruitment.We supply staff into a range of different settings and organizations which include Nursing Homes, Residential Homes, Day Centers, Mental Health Sectors, Private Care Providers, Supported Living Settings, Hospitals and Charities.We support those with complex needs including Learning Difficulties, Physical Disabilities, Mental Health Issues, Autistic Spectrum Disorders, Acquired Brain Injuries, Sensory Impairment and Drug Rehabilitation; we also care for the Elderly.Safehands Recruitment are now looking for Support Workers, Senior Support Workers and Healthcare Assistants for an immediate start.If you have experience in the any of the following then we want to hear from you:Have you got experience working with Adults or Children with a disability or Mental HealthHave you got experience with working with the elderly in either a domiciliary or Nursing/Residential Home settingWhat we offer you:Guaranteed workFlexible working HoursFantastic rates or pay, starting at £8.72 going to £9.50Double time at Bank HolidaysHoliday PayFree UniformAnnual BonusA real work life balanceIf you have experience in any of the above and you are interested in what we can offer, then please contact us now for an immediate interview.Please contact Jamie Roberts on 07471902784 or CARDIFF123

Here at Tregwilym Lodge we are committed to providing the highest level of care and support to our residents. We recognise the importance of providing a caring and safe environment, to enhance the daily lives not only to our residents but also to our staff.We are a 74 bedded home and we provide specialist Nursing and Residential care and support for people with end stage Dementia. We deliver high standards of care and services to our residents.Benefits of a Registered Nurse Home ManagerSalary from £70,000Working 5 days over a 7-day period.Welcome bonus £1000Private healthcareDeath in service – twice annual salaryNMC fees paidExperience requiredPrevious experience of working in similar management rolesExperience of working with residents, in particular, those that may have additional support needs in particular Dementia Knowledge of leading a team and working within a multidisciplinary teamManaging budgetsEssentials1st Level Nursing QualificationRQF Diploma in Management and Leadership (QCF)Must also hold or complete the Level 5 Diploma in Leadership for Health and Social Care Services (Adults’ Residential Management) WalesStrong team management skillsRecent clinical skillsSound knowledge of company policies and procedures, regulatory requirements and solid knowledge of CIWLong standing Nursing home and Dementia experienceHave the ability to ensure that exceptional delivery of care is being implemented at all timesBe responsible for promoting and safeguarding the welfare of those individuals they supportDesirableAt least 3 years experience in a similar roleJob role in more detailTo provide leadership to the administration, care and nursing, catering, housekeeping, laundry, maintenance and people management functions of Tregwilym LodgeTo carry out, and provide leadership in marketing the service and selling its services at the agreed pricesTo maintain the operations of Tregwilym Lodge at the standard agreed with the Registered Provider, within the financial budget or other parameters set by the ProviderBe responsible for promoting and safeguarding the welfare of those individuals they supportRecruitment of staffInduct new starters in accordance with Tregwilym Lodge policyLead, motivate and direct staffConduct staff supervision and annual staff appraisals for all heads of departmentDevelop staff to full potential ensuring succession planning for Tregwilym LodgeEnsure multidisciplinary team working is embedded in the serviceSeek opportunities for personal and professional growthTake responsibility for your own professional development through performance and development reviews and undertake any relevant training

TLC Fostering is part of the CareTech Family. Established in 1993, CareTech is a leading nationwide social care provider delivering a package of high quality, individually tailored care and support solutions to children, young people, and adults across the UK.We have an exciting new role working for TLC Wales an independent fostering organisation and leading children’s provider of specialist family placements for children with Disabilities and complex medical needs in the UK. This role will be based in Crosshands Carmarthenshire, but at present due to the Pandemic all staff are working from home remotely.The Marketing Assistant will work closely with the Deputy Head of Service in the development of a variety of marketing materials including writing content, proof reading, monitoring and updating the company website and assisting in the organisation of events and exhibitions ( when the Pandemic allows) whilst providing a high level of administrative support to the wider marketing team. The post holder must have proven skills in digital Marketing.The RoleAssisting the Deputy Head of Service in the development and execution of the company’s marketing assets with a specific focus on content creation, proof reading and general administration tasks. This job role will suit someone who has excellent attention to detail, strong organisational skills, and is confident in writing content. This role would suit someone who enjoys working on lots of on-going projects is able to use their own initiative.Responsibilities• To work with the Deputy Head of Service to develop the company’s portfolio of printed and digital assets • To write, proof read and obtain relevant approvals for all content• Must have excellent control over document issuing, versions and history• Create and upload posts to our Social Media account (shared responsibility)• Uploading completed files to the company website (shared responsibility)Working relationships• Reporting to the Deputy Head of Service in TLC.• Close interaction with Fostering offices, external stakeholders and all other staff • Management of some external third party supplier relationshipsPerson Specification and Skills• Strong communication skills, both written and verbal, with good attention to detail• A strong team player but with the ability to work independently• Ability to work on various projects simultaneously, under pressure to tight deadlines • Proficient in Microsoft Office• Good understanding of social media• Dynamic, confident personality with emotional intelligence, enthusiasm and energy• Experienced at using Content Management Systems desirable (this is required for uploading completed files, but not essential, as training will be provided for this element of the role)• Experience using Adobe Photoshop and InDesign (Preferable but not essential)We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of the people we support. All successful candidates will be subject to an Enhanced DBS/PVG check and Regulated Activity, which will include a check against the barred children’s list. If you have not heard back within 14 days please consider your application to be unsuccessful on this occasion.

Make a difference every day – Become a care assistant.Nothing compares to the feeling that comes from knowing that you’ve brightened up someone’s day – especially when that someone is a vulnerable adult. ISS Healthcare on the hunt for warm and kind people like you to join our amazing team of part and full time care assistants in NP4, NP10, NP18, NP19, NP20The fact that you’re thinking about becoming a care assistant makes you part of a special group of people – the most compassionate and interesting people we know. There are many reasons why people become care assistants, but the main motivation is the chance to make a difference.And that’s just what you’ll be doing when you work with us. You’ll become part of our incredible team, helping us deliver emotional and practical care to vulnerable adults and transforming their lives on a daily basis. In return, we’ll support you every step of the way, providing training as well as the opportunity to progress your career. The hours are flexible, which means you’re able to fit the role in around other commitments including childcare or studying. Bear in mind that you’ll be working on a rota basis, which may include early starts, late finishes and some weekend working.You don’t need previous experience to become a care assistant, as we provide full training.We’d love to hear from you if you’re:Caring, compassionate and a good listenerAn energetic, happy person who enjoys forming relationships with all sorts of peopleHappy to offer support with a range of tasks, including personal care, preparing meals, administering medicine, shopping and light household dutiesAble to access a vehicle (or – depending on where you’re based – willing to use public transport to travel between homes)And what are the benefits of working with ISS Healthcare?Competitive hourly rates from £8.72 and 28 days’ annual leave (pro rata)*Flexible hours to fit around your other commitmentsComprehensive training and ongoing support – We’re with you every step of the wayThe opportunity to progress your career with a fully-funded diploma QCF in social care*An excellent benefits package encompassing exclusive discounts to hundreds of UK retailers, including Tesco, Marks & Spencer and Pizza ExpressEmployee referral bonus programmes of up to £200*Auto-enrolment pension scheme*Do something incredible. Transform lives. Become a care assistant at ISS Healthcare.All suitable candidates are required to undergo an enhanced level criminal record disclosure.ISS Healthcare is an equal opportunities employer.* Terms and conditions apply.Pontypool, Newport, Cwmbran

We are looking for the best home care workers in Glyn Ceiriog and the surrounding areas to work with us.


Experience (not crucial as there is lots of training)
Fun and friendly attitude
A desire to learn and become part of a fun and friendly team
Self-motivated & well organised
Caring & sensitive to the needs of others
Resourceful or inventive
Good communicator


Fair rates of pay £10.00 – £21.00 per hour
Weekend enhanced pay
Permanent rotas for a good work-life balance
6 weeks paid holiday (not rolled up holiday pay)
Lots of training
Scope for progression
Mileage payment 26p per mile for drivers

Full or part time contracts available on a rota basis

As a Care Worker at Calon Lan you will share with other staff the responsibility in meeting the personal care needs of the people who use our services in a way that respects the dignity of the individual and promotes Calon Lan’s quality systems.

At Calon Lan we believe in investing in our Care Workers. Training and development opportunities are provided for you to develop your professional knowledge and skills so that you can provide the best care possible.

Calon Lan is an equal opportunities employer, currently holds 4 Wales Care Awards and has gained the Investors in People Gold standard on two occasions so you can be assured of fair working conditions.

If you wish to feel rewarded in your work and be a part of a friendly and caring team, please get in touch.

37.5 hrs per week over 7 days
£34,036 to £36,109k pa (inclusive of shift, weekend and bank holiday working)
Reporting into the Residential Services Manager, this role will provide clinical and operational leadership and provide oversight to a team of Nurses and Recovery Workers. It will include overseeing the support and treatment of adults with drug and alcohol issues and implementing therapeutic interventions and group work.