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Role Ref
VA007713
Role
Quality Care Support Partner
Location
Surrey, CR3 0FJ
Care home
Head Office - Quality Support Team South
Salary
£33,000 to £37,000 per Annum
Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

About the Role

Surrey and South Region

’Quality Matters … join the quality team and support homes and the people living in them to have a great quality life'.

A new and exciting vacancy has arisen for a dynamic Quality Support Partner to join the  Quality team at MMCG.

The successful candidate will support specific services in a designated area in around the specified region.

The post holder be part of the quality team and adopt a hand on practical approach to delivering positive improvement and change within a service.

The main function of the role is to be deployed into a service which requires care support to achieve quality focused outcomes. Such as coaching staff on medicine management, writing and evaluating person centred care plans, supporting in management of individual care needs.  

As a Quality Support Partner, you'll deliver warm, empathetic and respectful care and support across an allocated group of care homes. On a practical level you will support the homes completing identified actions that have been generated from internal audits. The post holder will report to the Head of Quality Excellence.

Our ideal Quality Support Partner will have the following skills and values:

  • Care Practitioner / Senior Care Level – holding NVQ 3 as minimum
  • At least 2 years in a Care Home setting is desirable
  • A practical, 'hands on' approach – working on the floor guiding, coaching, and training staff
  • Strong organisational skills
  • Sound knowledge of regulatory standards, statutory requirements in a care home setting and of improvement methods with the ability to guide, coach and practically empower services to implement change.
  • Experience of conducting checks of medications, care plan completion & staff observation – adopting the principle of showing the person, watching the person complete and providing feedback
  • Experienced in supporting other to manage a shift through delegation and allocation of staff
  • Exceptional communication skills, both written and verbal
  • Experience of developing links with healthcare professionals and external organisations
  • Full UK Driving Licence
  • An ability to work flexibly to the needs of the service and organisation.

Working with us will result in some excellent rewards & benefits including:

  • Simply Health – company funded, providing cashback for prescriptions, optical and dental costs 24/7 virtual GP access plus more for you and up to 4 children*
  • Early Pay – Access to earned pay prior to payday
  • Benefits platform – discounts across multiple retailers, leisure providers, hospitality etc.
  • Pension Scheme with Nest
  • Personal car leases via salary sacrifice**
  • 25 days holiday plus bank holidays
  • Holiday Flex – purchase additional holiday**
  • Flexible working patterns
  • Cycle to work scheme**
  • Recommend a friend
  • Service recognition
  • Training support and development opportunities
  • Employee Assistance Programme
  • Wellbeing support
  • Discounted gym membership

*Benefits require completion of a 12-week probationary period before they can be accessed.

**Benefit subject to deduction not taking colleague National Living Wage

This role comes with a competitive salary, and car allowance. 

About us

We’re among the UK’s largest independent care providers, employing thousands of staff in over 80 homes across the country.

Investment in new technology and services is key to our reputation for high-quality care provision, as is our commitment to staff training programmes and our emphasis on progressive career paths.

Our vision is to be the best quality, most highly regarded Care Provider in the United Kingdom, and an employer of choice for care workers.

We truly understand…

That people are unique - this means everyone we care for is one of a kind, so we surround ourselves in their stories and we celebrate their individuality.

The importance of passion - it fills every one of us, it fuels our devotion for the people we care for, and it makes our homes happier.

That honesty is everything - no-one wants to think about the time when a loved one needs care, but we’ll be here to help when that time comes.

That happiness comes with openness - we proactively support new friendships, new discoveries and better ways of living as our residents enter the next chapter in their lives.

Apply now

We are only able to accept applicants who have the right to work in the uk and live within a commutable distance to the location of the job role.

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