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24/7 Live-in care worker


The role of a live-in carer assistant is similar to other care assistants with one notable exception, you are not a visitor, but a key part of the household. You will enjoy the special privilege of living in a client’s home, where the client will rely upon you for support with all aspects of their daily living. You may be providing care and support to a customer who is dying, a brain-injured young person, or someone whose medical condition makes their behaviour challenging. The role as a live-in care worker varies, where you will have to use your excellent communication skills to build unique relationships with people from all walks of life. They have different backgrounds and needs, lifestyles and personalities, cultures and behaviours. Being a live-in care assistant offers a real sense of purpose and immense job satisfaction.
Our live-in carer assistants provide each customer with a bespoke care experience tailored to their specific needs and preferences. The service gives customers the reassurance of 24-hour support in the comfort of their own homes. However, live-in carer assistants are not expected to be continuously on duty for 24 hours, you will have pre-arranged rest periods each day.

The role involves:


• Providing personal careduties
• Administeringmedication
• Manual handling, using equipment where required
• Promoting customer health and well-being by living in the clients home, enabling them to live their life to the full

Your Experience and Suitability for the Live in Carer Assistant role
Knowledge and experience in health care is definitely an advantage. The most important quality you need to bring is an empathy and understanding about the conditions of customers and the impact on their loved ones. You must want to provide a standard of care that is good enough for your own family. This means seeing the whole person and valuing the unique qualities of each client. It is essential that you respect the dignity and rights of each customer and endeavour to support them to make their own decisions about all aspects of their care and support as far as they are able.
This important role brings challenges as well as rewards. You will need patience, compassion and an ability to listen well.
Live-in carer assistants need stamina and emotional resilience. You could walk into a person’s home and find that they have fallen, are in tears, or have been incontinent, so you should be prepared for the unexpected. The ability to remain calm, reassure customers and be responsive is essential. You will need the ability to think clearly in a crisis and know when to seek further help and advice.

You must have:


• LTD, or be willing to become LTD.
• Covid vaccination.
• Right to work in the UK.
• Live-in work experience and knowledge.
• Have at least 2 years of health care work experience

We care about you, that is why we help Live-in care workers become LTD
At A1 Care we take care of our team, that is why we support you in becoming a limited company (LTD) as a live in care worker. Having 'limited' status means you have a company as an entity with its own right. This has several advantages.
As long as the company name you want to use is available, (you can find out by using our company name checker), you’ll have exclusive rights to that name. But, don’t forget to check the trade mark registry as well.
‘Limited liability' means you will not be personally liable for any financial losses made by the business. In this way a limited company gives you added protection, should things go wrong.
• Because a limited company is a distinct entity from its owners, it may be easier for a company to secure business loans and investment.
• A limited company may benefit from tax advantages. You would be advised to seek professional help to make maximum use of the rules and regulations with regard to pensions, dividends and car ownership.
Registering a limited company will only cost L12 if you apply online. You’ll be required to send information to be confirmed or updated on a yearly basis. The good news is, you can use someone to do all of this for you (an accountant, for example). But, most of these requirements can now be done painlessly online. If you’re competent on a computer and can perform administrative tasks, starting a company and dealing with these returns can be completed by following the guidance on starting a company.

Health care worker/ assistant


As a health care assistant (HCA) you are committed to keeping people in the comfort of their own home, helping with everything from everyday tasks around our customers’ homes to complex care needs. You will be driving between the client’s home. You will be working closely with people in need and your role as a health care assistant is different every day. If you are passionate about providing the very best care, then this role could be the role for you.

The role involves:


• Providing personal careduties
• Administeringmedication
• Manual handling, using equipment where required
• Promoting customer health and well-being, enabling them to live their life to the full

Your Experience and Suitability for the Care Assistant Role
We want a team who genuinely cares for each of our customers as if it was their own family, and care workers who are confident in their skills and knowledge. In other words, you do not need formal education and health care experience. We’ll ensure that you will have all the right training and development because we care for our Care Assistants. After all, you care for our customers so it’s important that you as a health care assistant feel equipped for the role. We want to ensure our customer receives the very best care and to do that we need people who are eager to learn, naturally compassionate, caring and patient.

You must have:


• Full and valid UK driving licence
• Access to a car
• Right to work in the UK
• Excellentlevelof English
• Be fully Covid Vaccinated

Because We Care About You
We understand that every member of our team has their own family to care for and this is why our role offers the flexibility to work around your own home life. You can choose between full-time or part-time work; all you have to do is simply tell us your availability. Although we try to be flexible where we can, we do require you to be flexible with us too. We encourage you to work alternating weekends, and our shift patterns are 07:00-15:00 and 16:00-22:00.

We can’t care for our customers if we don’t take care of our team so to make this possible, we offer:
• Pay rate starting at L10.50ph, increasing by experience and of course extra pay on bank holidays.
• mileageallowance.
• 28 daysholiday pro rata
• PAID induction training + paid shadowing shifts & supervisions
• Ongoing training and support
• Job Satisfaction&CareerProgressionOpportunities
• Flexibleworking
• Pensionscheme
• Smartphone technology to help you provide the best care
• Free uniform and PPE

Team Leader/ Senior Care worker


As team leader with A1 Care you will be using your care experience and coaching skills to support less experienced care assistants to carry out their role safely and in line with A1 Cares policies and procedures. You will support less experienced health care workers and be guided by a field care supervisor. With your knowledge and experience of great customer care, you will be a role model and coach for other care assistants. This role offers an exciting opportunity to progress your career as a care assistant, whilst maintaining that all important relationship with your customers.

The role involves:


• providing crucial care and support to customers in all aspects of their daily living
• coaching and mentoring new health care workers

Your Experience as a Team Leader
This is an ideal opportunity if you wish to pursue a career in social care whilst maintaining a front-line role. You will provide customers who have more complex needs with a bespoke care experience, so they can lead fulfilling lives in their own homes. You will also share your dedication and passion for making a real difference to people’s lives, helping, and mentoring other care assistants. Your compassion, good communication skills, calm and caring manner are essential for this important role in our company.

You must have:


• Covid vaccination.
• Right to work in the UK.
• Good management skills
• NVQ level 3 or working towards this qualification
• Good management skills
• A full and valid UK driving license.
• Access to a car.
• Worked as a health care worker in UK for more than 1 year.
• A wish to develop and progress in your health care career

Field Care Supervisor


The care supervisor is the critical link between the customer and our A1 Care management team. A Field Care Supervisor works primarily out and about, wherever our services are being deployed. The work involves supervising team leaders/ senior Care Workers, and care workers, carrying out assessments and reviewing service delivery. If you enjoy leadership, supervision, inspiring your team and providing the very best homecare and support to customers, then this exciting opportunity could be exactly what you are looking for.
Excellent communication skills are key to this vital role. You must be able to build trusting relationships. The care supervisor has responsibility for taking new care assistants through the induction process and providing on-going guidance, training and supervision. You will often find yourself in the role of assessor, mentor, coach and trainer.
Care assistants may work over the weekend or evenings so care supervisors must be able to work flexibly. You will need to be able to travel between customers’ homes by providing your own transport.
This is a challenging role, but also very rewarding.

The role involves:


• Monitoring quality of care through supervision, spot checks and assessments.
• On-callduties,
• Introduce new staff to clients
• Mentoring
• Being a vital point of contact communicating with all office staff, clients and care workers.

Your Experience as a Field Care Supervisor
A1 Care sees the Field Care supervisor's role to be a progressive step in a care worker's career. You must have ideally at least 2 years of care experience, been a senior care worker/ team leader, and you will have additional skills required for the Field Care Supervisor's role. A1 Care will however accept those with less experience if they show the drive, passion and logical mind set for the position. You must have a good understanding of what people in need of homecare and support require, and of best practice in providing social care. Care supervisors will be expected to have, or to be working towards, a level 3 QCF (qualifications credit framework NVQ).
The care supervisor is responsible for setting up the care plan, together with the welfare team, for each customer and making sure we deliver what we promise. This involves visiting new clients to create a tailored care and support plan. Together with the care coordinator you will find a care assistant with the right skills, knowledge and personal attributes to match the customer’s requirements. The supervisor will then introduce the care assistant to the customer and keep the customer up to date with any changes.
Care supervisors need to be compassionate and self-assured and have the knowledge and ability to model good practice whilst being prepared to challenge poor performance. You will regularly monitor the quality of service that your team of care assistants provide and take action to make improvements if necessary.

You must have:


• Covid vaccination.
• Right to work in the UK.
• Good management skills
• NVQ level 3 or higher
• A full and valid UK driving license.
• Access to a car.
• Worked as a health care worker in UK for more than 2 years.
• A wish to develop and progress in your health care career
• Flexibility

Care manager


The Care Manager provides a strong, strategic leadership to A1 Care to allow us to provide the best homecare services. As the Care Manager, you will be responsible for the operational day-to-day management of the care services ensuring A1 Care has continued compliance with the relevant legislation. You will be working in partnership with colleagues in the senior management team. You will also ensure the provision of a high quality service by enabling individual needs and organisational priorities to be met in accordance with available resources. The Care Manager is directly accountable to the owner(s) and to the regulatory body for domiciliary care.

The role involves:


- Team management and leadership
- Business promotion, developing and growing the company.
- Offer compassionate support and encouragement to customers.
- Quality Assurance, managing the safety and quality of the business.
- Promote the rights of each customer and keep their wishes at the centre of their care and support.
- Resource management, proactively managing delegated budgets ensuring effective use of resources.

Your Experience and Suitability as a Care Manager
Knowledge and experience in healthcare and leadership is a must. You must want to provide a standard of care that is good enough for your own family. This means viewing the whole person and valuing the unique qualities of each client and colleague.
This challenging role requires a strategic thinker who has the ability to switch to a practical hands on approach where necessary. You will enjoy a collaborative working relationship with the managing director and staff to grow the business and continuously improve the service. There will be plenty of opportunities to use your initiative and apply creative problem-solving skills to manage the day to day service. A calm manner and the ability to think clearly whilst under pressure are essential for this important role. You will also need to apply the principles of good care management and use your exceptional organisational skills together with a high level of accuracy to ensure the efficient running of the company.

You must have:


• Right to work in the UK.
• Excellent level of English.
• Covid vaccination.
• HR work experience for more than 2 years.
• Leadership education, and at least NVQ level 3.
• Experience for at least 2 years working as a health care manager.

Care Coordinator


The Care Coordinator is responsible for the continuity of care for all of our customers. This vital role has a huge impact on the lives of many people who rely on our care and support. As a Care Coordinator you are responsible for the day to day service provision to the service users. You will be producing detailed work schedules (rotas) and ensure that the rotas are concise, consistent and travel time is accounted for to allow the carers to be able to complete their duties. The Care Coordinator must represent the Company in a professional manner, answering promptly and politely to any communication. Furthermore, they must always maintain confidentiality and carry out the Company’s Confidentiality Policy. Coordination is important in assisting the onboarding, training, and supervision of staff by matching health care workers in need of training / follow up with skilled health care workers on the rota.

The role involves:


• Communication with all departments and employees in A1 Care
• Business promotion, developing and growing the company.
• Safeguarding and promoting the rights of each client
• Qualitycontrol
• Allocating care assistants with the right skills and experience to deliver the best quality care and support to each customer
• Organising care assistant rotas to minimise changes to the service and travel between customer’s homes
• Responding efficiently to day to day changes in the care and support packages

Your Experience as a Care Coordinator
The ability to problem solve and think clearly when under pressure is essential for this important role in our company. You will use your excellent planning, organisational and IT skills to make sure that each customer receives the care and support that they expect on time. The care coordinator must also be clear about the best way to work with care assistant schedules to maintain continuity in the delivery of care. You will need to build strong relationships with the care team so you can call upon extra cover when needed. Care assistants may work over the weekend or evenings so the post holder must be willing to be part of the on-call emergency team rota.

You must have:


• Covid vaccination.
• Right to work in the UK.
• Care Coordinator work experience for at least 2 years.
• I have NVQ level 3 or higher
• IT knowledge
• Good communication skills
• Flexibility

HR Officer


The HR Officer is responsible for recruiting and onboarding new staff. This must be done in compliance with the government legislation, making sure the applicant has all the required papers. They will use the company recruitment strategy with pre-employment right to work checks, follow organizational policies and procedures that are in compliance with Employment Law and Immigration Law, to minimize company risk. To get new applicants the HR officer must take use of marketing and advertising tools to encourage and promote new recruits to the business.
One must ensure all applicants’ and employee files follow CQC compliance guidelines, hereunder: maintain and update staff databases for compliance, ensure the confidentiality and security of all staff files and get permission from care staff to share information about care workers to share with clients.

The role involves:


• Recruitment and retention
• Developing and oversee conditions of employment
• Develop HR workpractice
• Communication and candidatecorrespondence
• Business promotion, developing and growing the company.
• Promote the rights of each employee
• Calculate and analyzeemployee data

Your Experience as a HR Officer
The HR-work is relevant for all A1 Care Departments, therefore it is highly important to work in close partnership and have clear communication with the HR Manager, the coordinating, the welfare, the Deputy Manager and the Marketing department. The HR Officer must manage complex employee relations casework including dispute resolutions, disciplinaries, grievances, absence, retirement and redundancy. As a HR Officer you play a valuable part in the A1 Care being the first impression as well as the last impression towards staff coming and leaving. You must be kind and polite.

You must have:


- Covid vaccination.
- Right to work in the UK.
- HR Health Care work experience for at least 1 year.
- Have knowledge of the requirements and documents needed as a health care worker in the UK to be compliant with CQC.
- Have at least 2 years of HR work experience.
- I have NVQ level 3 or higher

Human Resource Manager


The HR Manager must manage complex employee relations casework including dispute resolutions, disciplinaries, grievances, absence, retirement, and redundancy, in cooperation with the registered manager. Furthermore, assisting in developing the HR policy and procedures to drive performance and mitigate disputes. You will support the A1 Care strategy to manage talent and succession planning and participate in the implementation of specific projects, procedures and guidelines to help align the workforce with the strategic goals of the organization.
It is important that the HR Manager represents A1Care in the best possible way, focusing on maintaining, developing and acquiring new workforce through business marketing and recruitment. Managed recruitment cost and time by taking use of A1 Care HR-tools, and help develop the tools, to ensure a more robust screening system that will filter out unwanted applicants. They will also explore, research and develop advertising methods in line with the company budget and goals. Additionally, they will use Social Media, and web designs to explore and develop workforce opportunities, and be involved in promotional events; ensuring the recruitment process is effective. They will play a key role in boosting productivity and job satisfaction by being approachable, friendly, fair, and using best practice, following policies and regulations.

The role involves:


• HR management and leadership
• Business promotion, developing and growing the company.
• Promote the rights of each employee
• Calculate and analyzeemployee data
• Resource management, proactively managing delegated budgets ensuring effective use of resources.

Your Experience as a HR Manager
The HR manager will use their flair for leading successful recruitment campaigns to attract the right candidates to join our business. If you enjoy the challenge of building great staff and teams to deliver exceptional home care services, and you like the leadership responsibility, this could be just the opportunity you are looking for. This challenging role requires a strategic thinker and a can-do attitude. You will enjoy a collaborative working relationship to grow the business and continuously improve the service.
Our staff are the backbone of our business. The HR manager will support and advise A1 Care on all HR matters. You will be the key link between legal HR advice and employees. This exciting opportunity will enable you to grow your skills and knowledge as an HR advisor. You will enjoy talking to a wide range of people and love to use your communication skills to build community relationships. A calm manner and the ability to think clearly whilst under pressure are essential for this important role.

You must have:


• Covid vaccination.
• Right to work in the UK.
• HR Health Care work experience for at least 1 year.
• Have knowledge of the requirements and documents needed as a health care worker in the UK to be compliant with CQC.
• Have at least 2 years of HR Manager work experience.
• Have NVQ level 3 or higher

Welfare manager


The Welfare Manager is at the focal point of our service delivery. A1 care expects the welfare to drive the business through excellent communication with A1 Care stakeholders such as A1 Care office and care staff and A1 Care clients. Meeting with assigned service users in one of the welfare's core tasks and one must perform initial assessments and further ongoing reviews.

The role involves:


• Communication and coordination with both client and care worker
• Assess client needs and create a care plan meeting these needs
• Promote the rights of each client
• Track quality of service, hereunder conduct supervisions, mentoring and spot checks.

Your Experience as a Welfare Manager
The Welfare Manager in A1 Care provides outstanding care by recording and maintaining service users’ profile, ensuring care plans/risk assessments are carried and updated as the client’s needs change. The care plans must be person centered, including a detailed medical history. It must minimize potential loss to the business and improve Customers / Clients retention by carrying out monthly Service User calls and go the extra mile by providing personalised sentiments such as Birthday Cards. They will formulate recommendations and solutions with attention to service user’s wishes, capabilities and limitations by formulating concise reports.
They will assist care workers by implementing a plan of care and resolve any occasional discrepancies, provide guidance for recurring problems and issues for both the service user and carer. It is important that the Welfare department track the quality of service through spot checks and service user feedback/reviews on a regular basis. Additionally, they will lead and organize the field care supervisors to support these tasks. They will ensure the A1 Care staff is giving the best care and one must monitor carers competency, skills, knowledge, and delivery of service through supervision, mentoring and spot checks.
They will collaborate with the Coordinator to provide consistency in service, and build good business relationships with Healthcare specialists and other Social/ Welfare healthcare professionals across the BPC and Dorset area.

You must have:


• Right to work in the UK.
• Covid vaccination
• At least 2 years of Welfare Manager work experience
• NVQ level 3 or higher
• Leadership education

Finance Officer


As a finance officer in A1 Care you will use your organizational skills and attention to detail to keep our financial operations running smoothly. If you want to develop your career in bookkeeping or assisting with accounts this exciting opportunity could be for you.
This important role in our company involves processing all financial transactions and recording employee receipts. This role requires a high level of diligence and curiosity to detect any errors or inaccuracies. You will work to strict deadlines so that payroll and financial reports are ready on time. Where necessary, you will follow up on areas that impact upon pay and other critical financial functions of our business.

The role involves:


• Overseeing time sheets
• Recording resource use
• Invoicing
• Logistics and ordering supplies

Your Experience as a finance officer
The law requires us to keep clear, detailed records. You will help to produce financial statements so that an accountant can easily perform legal and tax management in a timely manner. This role offers plenty of variety. You will produce timely financial reports enabling the franchise owner and manager to drive the performance of the business. This is a great opportunity for a self-starter to work within a number of key financial areas and logistics.
This role will enable you to grow your skills and knowledge in bookkeeping and assisting with accounts. It also offers a great step into social care and the opportunity to be part of a strong supportive team striving to provide the best homecare and support services.You will enjoy working in an environment where respect and integrity are expected and practiced.

You must have:


- Covid vaccination.
- Right to work in the UK.
- Finance work experience and knowledge.
- Be familiat with the program “Careplanner”
- Have at least 2 years of finance work experience
- I have NVQ level 3 or higher
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