Community Care Planner

  • Full time
  • Melksham, Wiltshire
  • Posted 1 month ago
  • July 26, 2021
  • £18,350 to £19,900 doe

Community Care Planner

Are you highly organised and great at multitasking? Do you love problem solving and helping others? Then this Care Planner role could be perfect for you.

Somerset Care is hiring for a Community Care Planner to support our care staff working across the local communities. This essential role acts as a resource planner, coordinating where our care teams need to be each day, in order to provide the invaluable care and support that our customers require that enables them to live the life they choose.

Based in our Melksham office just off of Commerce Way, this Community Care Planner role will support our Community Carers who work across Wiltshire. This is a full time position working 39 hours per week with shifts based over a 2 week rota, working 6.30am to 3pm and 9.30am to 6.00pm with an alternate Saturday.

About the role:

You’ll be joining a fantastic Community team managed by the Community Services Manager, who work together to ensure every customer in our care gets the support they need in the least intrusive way, putting their comfort, happiness and safety first. We pride ourselves on delivering exceptional person centred care and making a real difference to the lives of those we support. This role plays an intrinsic part in ensuring this can happen.

As a Care Planner you will provide high level resource planning with duties including, managing and planning staff rotas, ensuring resource is appropriately deployed and adequate staffing levels are maintained. You’ll maximise the quality time our carers have with customers by minimising their travel time and meticulous planning, ensuring the continuity of care wherever possible. You’ll manage daily changes including annual leave and absence whilst always ensuring staff skills are matched against the needs of each customer.

About You

You will enjoy resolving queries quickly and effectively and be confident using your own initiative. Experience of dealing with sensitive data and an understanding of Information Governance/Data Protection is essential, whilst experience in a care setting or resource planning would be desirable

You’ll have an excellent telephone manner, with strong communication skills and a ‘can do’ attitude with a friendly manner and natural desire to help. You’ll be a real ‘people person’, able to build lasting relationships and love working in a team

A full induction course and ‘shadow’ training will be provided to successful candidates.

What you’ll get from us:

At Somerset Care, our values and culture is what makes us different. It is the culmination of all the things we do that makes us a very special company to work for. We really value our employees, actively support career development and progression and can offer you so much more than a job.

 

  • Free DBS check and Company Pension
  • Annual Holiday which increases with length of service
  • Opportunities for career progression
  • Discounts of up to 20% across hundreds of retailers and online via MyCaringRewards
  • Access to your earning’s before payday via Wagestream

Apply

If you are ready to start making a real difference to people’s lives we would love to receive your application. Select ‘Apply Now’ to submit your application now or to find out more please get in touch with us on 01823 448321 or by emailing: Jobs@somersetcare.co.uk.

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Job Overview
  • Salary
    £18,350 to £19,900 doe
  • Job Category
    Health / Social care
  • Job ID
    618407
Job Location