|Posting date:||24 February 2020|
|Salary:||£9.00 to £9.18 per hour|
|Closing date:||24 March 2020|
|Location:||Colne, BB8 8JT|
|Company:||Reed Talent Solutions|
Our client has a fantastic opportunity for dedicated, reliable and passionate individuals to join their stellar team in Colne as an Activities Coordinator.
Title: Activities Coordinator
Salary: £9.18 per hour
Location: Belvedere Manor, Colne
Hours: Full time - 39 hours per week - Over 7 days
We are currently recruiting for an Activities Co-ordinator to join our team and to work within the Home to provide activity opportunities for our residents. In conjunction with the senior team, you will be responsible for planning and running a programme of activities for the residents linked to assessed social needs identified in care plans. You will also be responsible for maintaining and promoting activities that older people enjoy and find stimulating. Your ability to design and facilitate group activities is essential.
Our client is an award winning independent charity dedicated to providing outstanding care services to the over 55’s. The organisation has over 100 sites across the country ranging from nursing, residential and senior care villages. All possess specialised dementia care services to promote individuality and person centred care at all times.
Opened in January 2015, Belvedere Manor is a beautiful, luxurious home for 84 people with residential or dementia care needs. A dedicated and compassionate team ensure everyone receives the person-centred care they deserve, tailored to their individual needs and preferences.
- 28 days annual leave (inc bank holidays)
- Life assurance
- DBS provided and covered
If this sound like the role for you, take a chance and apply!
We look forward to hearing from you.
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