Job Title HCA Senior Care Worker

Reports to Care Coordinator

Salary £20480 per-year

We are looking for 02 dedicated Senior Care Workers to join our team on a full-time basis. Our senior care workers will routinely monitor care workers, care assistants and other supporting staff whilst also directly attending to personal needs of service users

We are seeking friendly, candidates with genuine compassion for providing care services whilst maintaining a positive attitude and self-motivation. As these roles involve a lot of leadership, we expect exceptional managerial, multitasking, communication and team leadership skills. Proven experience in working with the elderly, in either a paid or voluntary capacity, is desirable for this role.

Full PPE will be provided in compliance with COVID 19 regulations.


  • Supervising and overseeing care workers
  • Managing and scheduling the roster, shift patterns and work plans as well as proactively arranging urgent cover requirements
  • Guiding care workers on health and safety as well as managing emergencies provide in accordance with best practice and legislative requirements, reflecting policies and procedures and agreed standards under the direction of the Senior Carer/Care Coordinator
  • Supporting and enabling Service Users to maintain skills and personal interests whilst delivering person- cantered care unique to everyone.
  • Providing support to the registered manager with day-to-day running of the services
  • Maintaining skills at a current level, undertaking such training and development as required from time-to-time to maintain and progress knowledge.
  • Liaising with local community organisations and maintaining good relationships with stakeholders
  • Preparing reports related to the progress of patients and recommending adjustments to care plans • Managing budgets and ensuring financial effectiveness of medical care settings
  • Carrying out supervision, reviews, assessments and on-spot checks
  • Training, inducting and onboarding new employees and junior care workers to the working practice and systems in place
  • Assistance with other daily activities such as letter writing, accompany them to appointments, paying bills, collecting benefits when required. More-so, ensuring that the care workers you supervise and oversea comply with the set protocols and plans in place for such.
  • Assisting clients with personal care tasks, such as washing, meal preparation, dressing, eating (feeding and serving meals at table or in bed if required), grooming and toileting.
  • Inspection, assembly and maintenance of mobility equipment.
  • Assistance with other daily activities such as letter writing, accompany them to appointments, paying bills, collecting benefits when required. More-so, ensuring that the care workers you supervise and oversea comply with the set protocols and plans in place for such.
  • Performing light housekeeping tasks such as dusting, vacuuming and hanging bed clothes
  • Assisting in the safe lifting, transferring, repositioning and movement of clients

LOCATION: One location, however you may be required to work from other locations at the discretion of the company and with appropriate notice.

WORKING HOURS: 5 days over 7-day period, with varying shift patterns as agreed with the manager. However, your contract will be for a minimum of 39 hours per week and there will be abundant extra hours.

HOLIDAY: 28 days’ holiday (including bank holiday) per year paid on a pro-rata basis WORKING WITH OTHERS: To develop effective working relationships with other employees within the company. To work in cooperation with members of the multi-disciplinary teams to enhance opportunities for Service Users. If desired by the Service User, maintain and develop relationships with family, friends, and other people important in their life.

LEADING BY EXAMPLE: To seek opportunities for personal and professional development To be a role model for other carers and be an ambassador for the service. To be professional, polite, and reasonable always.

PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITIES: Knowledge of, and work within the Fundamental Standards. Understanding the regulatory framework that governs the service, including the role of CQC and their requirements. Commit to achieving the relevant qualifications commensurate with the role. Attend statutory training and any other training as directed by management. Understand and follow all policies and procedures relevant to the role and be open to learning opportunities.


One of the qualifications below + English

• Level 2 First Aid Certificate.

• Level 1 Community Health.

• Level 3 Nurse Aid or Level 3 Health and Social Care NVQ.

• Care Certificate. • English proficiency to pass the Home Office eligibility – UKVI IELTS / ECCTIS / SELT B1.

• The ability to handle multiple tasks safely and efficiently

• Clear, precise and effective communication skills

• Adaptable and quick to learn policies and procedures

• Exceptional verbal and non-verbal (through gestures and body language/interpersonal) communication skills EXPERIENCE: Work experience in the Healthcare sector is essential.


• Support yourself when you arrive in the UK – you9ll usually need to have at least £1,270 available (unless you’re exempt).

• Pay the Home Office application fee

• Pay for flight tickets


-Competitive PAY RATES!

-Free Uniforms

-Free Training

-28 days of annual paid holiday per year on a pro-rata basis

-Flexible Working Hours -Weekly Payroll

-Company pension scheme (auto-enrolment)

ADDITIONAL SUPPORT: Kindly note, accommodation support for 1 month may be provided.

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