St Peter Port, Guernsey, Crown Dependencies
- £ 34763 - 47094 Per year
- Full time
- Job level
- Qualified (non-manager)
- 31 Jul 2020
- 28 Jan 2021
Are you looking for a change which is offerring an excellent relocation opportunity? If you are looking to improve your work-life balance, Guernsey is the right place for you.
Guernsey is an island off the coast of Normany and it has a lot to offer, especially with its warmer climate, sandy beaches and loads of available activities. Guernsey is offering competitive salaries and attractive relocation package for HealthCare workers.
Forget motorways and long train journeys, everything in Guernsey is just a short drive or even just a walk away, allowing you more time to spend with friends and family doing the things you love. If you enjoy the great outdoors, there are few better places to be. Picturesque walking routes line the island’s coast offering breathtaking cliff views in the south, while the rural parishes are perfect for a casual country stroll.
Care Co-Ordinator (Band 6)
Service Area: Adult Community Services
The States of Guernsey are seeking to appoint a Care Co-Ordinator to join the team at Adult Community Services. The successful post holder will provide care co-ordination for an allocated caseload of adults with learning disabilities and/or autism.
- Competitive Salary
- Band 6 - £34,763 - £41,956 BAR £43,327 - £47,094 per annum
- Attractive relocation package, including accommodation allowance from £500 up to £5,000, depending on accommodation arrangement
- Full-time, permanent contract
- Pension scheme
- Generous annual leave quota with 9 bank holidays
- Long Term Employment Permit provided
- And many more
Relevant Health or Social Care Qualification which includes registration with a professional body.
1. Relevant post qualification experience with adults with learning disabilities and/or autism.
2. Experience of undertaking assessments, care planning and co-ordinating care or support for adults with learning disability or autism.
3. Good presentation skills, especially with regard to presenting information at panels and meetings.
4. Ability to communicate clearly and appropriately at all levels, both orally and in writing, with the ability to develop and maintain good working relationships with people of all levels.
5. Committed to promoting anti-discriminatory practice and equal opportunities, with an ability to demonstrate an understanding of how equality and diversity can be promoted.
6. Able to develop good working relationships with service users, carers and other professionals.
7. Ability to operate as a member of a team, working in partnership with colleagues and contributing to the development of services through a team approach.
8. Ability to make sound judgements and decisions with confidence and to cope in stressful situations and provide calm leadership.
9. Experience of developing learning and development opportunities and facilitating training.
10. To be in possession of a clean and current driving licence.