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Support Coordinator - Social Care

Job details
Posting date: 11 June 2024
Salary: £12.61 to £12.61 per hour
Hours: Full time
Closing date: 25 June 2024
Location: Cheltenham, Gloucestershire
Remote working: On-site only
Company: Home Group Limited
Job type: Permanent
Job reference: 241057


Support Coordinator
Cheltenham, Gloucestershire
Permanent, full time (37.5 hours per week) rota working.
Pay £12.61 per hour (£24,664 per annum) and great benefits including Health Cash Plan.
Home, a place where you belong
Want to be part of a team that really cares and empowers you to help change a customer’s life for the better? As our Support Coordinator, you’ll be at the heart of supporting our customers who have needs to develop their skills to live more independently in the community. You’ll make a big difference each day as you help our customers achieve their hopes and aspirations. Amazing we know!
Typical day as a Lead Support Worker (known by us as Coordinator)
• Creating support plans with your customers and coordinating our small team of Support Workers working to those plans.
• Working with customers aged 16-24, challenged with homelessness.
• Helping customers with daily living activities such as making meals, shopping, budgeting, maintaining their tenancy and moving onto independent accommodation if they are able.
• Carrying out risk assessments, support planning, goal setting and regular reviews.
• Cuppas, chats and catch ups. There’s no rushing from one customer to the next here! Plenty of time to collaborate with colleagues too.
• Sounds like a lot but rest assured all training is provided and we have systems and tools in place so you can be Brilliant!
Fancy going home each day knowing that you have helped change our customers lives for the better? You’ll do that here, working for one of the top ten Great Place to Work in the UK!
You bring
• Passion to support our customers to live their best life, working collaboratively with an eye for detail.
• Experience of creating person-centred support plans and supporting colleagues in working to work to the plans.
• Experience of coordinating and assessing customer referrals.
• The ability to work on your own initiative, remain calm under pressure and have a resilient approach.
Due to limits on our current certificates of sponsorship, we are not able to offer sponsorship to external candidates for this role.  This remains under regular review.
Our team
You’ll join Grace and our Young Peoples Service team, we’re super passionate about what we do, we are diverse, we celebrate each other, and we have an amazing songbird in the team. We’re really proud of often being on the HAP leader board. We’re a supportive and lively bunch and like to be there for one another.
Job details
• Where we’re flexible with you, we do need to meet the needs of our customers. That may mean adapting your start or finishing times on occasion.
• Rota working, including one weekend per month. Opportunity of overtime available.
• Although you may lone work, we do get together regularly, training and team meetings.
• Able to use technology for creating and updating support plans, complete online learning and to collaborate with colleagues.
• You’ll need an Enhanced DBS check done and we pay for that.
A place where you belong
Great things happen when we can be ourselves at work. We want all our colleagues to be who they truly are here. Our internal diversity networks, peers and allies (Multicultural, LGBTQIA+ and Disability) support us all to be our best. Together we make Home Group a great place to work!
What’s in it for you?
• 34 days leave (including bank hols and a “me day” to use for whatever you fancy) increasing to 39, the option to buy 5 more, and time off for volunteering too!
• Health cash plan saving you from £1140 per annum. We’ll cover your costs (and kids if you have them) towards dental, optical, prescriptions, alternative therapies and lots more.
• Over 800 high street discounts on groceries, holidays and days out. Looking for a new phone, bike or car? Save money with us.
• We Grow Our Own colleagues (not literally of course!), when you’re ready for the next step in your career, you can grow with us!
• Colleagues really matters to us, that’s why we’re the 10th Best place in the UK for Wellbeing. Our tools and support help you when you need them.
• Learn more about our benefits on our website.
Find out more
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