(Note: In addition to these functions employees are required to carry out such duties as may reasonably be required)
- To provide leadership to care staff within Lorac Healthcare Ltd.
- To provide care in accordance with current best practices, according to policy and procedures, agreed standards, legislative requirements, relevant regulations under the direction of the Manager.
- To supervise the care delivery within the service.
- To maintain skills at a current level, and undertake such training and development as may from time-to-time be required to maintain practices as up-to-date.
Lorac Healthcare Ltd, but you may be required to work from other locations at the discretion of the company and with appropriate notice.
5 days over 7-day period, as agreed with the manager.
Role Specific Duties:
- Ensure Service Users are at the heart of the care delivery and their wishes and preferences enhance their wellbeing.
- To ensure that all staff contribute to the efficient running of Lorac Healthcare Ltd and supervise staff.
- To organise and co-ordinate care delivery in accordance with current best practices, according to policy and procedures, agreed standards, legislative requirements, and relevant regulations under the direction of the Manager and within the financial plans.
- Ensure that the care service is delivered to Service Users at the times and for the duration specified in the relevant individual agreement(s) and contract standards.
- Be responsible for promoting and safeguarding the welfare of those individuals they support.
Working with Others:
- Develop effective working relationships with other employees within Lorac Healthcare Ltd.
- Work in cooperation with members of the multi-disciplinary teams to maximise opportunities for Service Users.
Leading by Example:
- Seek opportunities for personal and professional growth.
- Attend statutory training and any other training as directed by the management.
Value Based Personal Qualities
- Involve Service Users, family, external agencies & colleagues
- Speak up when things go wrong
Respect and Dignity
- Understand person-centred care and can demonstrate treating people as individuals and respecting choices
- Promoting independence and encouraging appropriate risk taking
- Ensuring no one is discriminated against or excluded
- Understand human rights and impact on care delivery
- Facilitating people to ‘speak up’ about concerns and acting upon them
Commitment to Quality of Care
- Striving for quality in everything we do recognising and understanding what quality in care means for people using the services
- Being accepting about criticism and focusing on improvement
- Being open to new opportunities for learning and identifying the limits of skills and knowledge
- Treating people with kindness
- Understanding the importance of empathy in all areas of employment
- Understanding the values of others and always providing a caring service
- Focus on how things could be done better and sharing ideas
- Understanding of wellbeing and what is important to people using the service
- Improving outcomes for people
- Ensuring appropriate services are provided for people using the services