To enable people living in Cheshire West and Chester to be supported by their family and friends and rebuild strong community networks.
Effectively lead a group of reablement workers to deliver a high quality reablement service with the aim of promoting and sustaining people’s independence living in the community. To liaise with the Rapid/Community Reablement Manager and all members of the team to ensure that service delivery throughout the reablement pathway is well coordinated and complies with organisational policies, procedures and Care Quality Commission regulated guidance. To ensure that the reablement service achieves the best quality outcomes for service users, their carer’s and families.
Organisation Cheshire West and Chester Council
Location Ellesmere Port
Job Category Social Care
Grade CWAC NJC - Grade 7
Salary Min £24,313 pro rata, per annum
Salary Max £26,999 pro rata, per annum
Hours per week 32
Weeks per year 52.143
Closing Date 24/10/2019
Ref No W576
SASD 7416 Reablement Coordinator.docx
Cheshire West and Chester Council brings a fresh and energetic approach to providing top quality services for its many customers and communities. West Cheshire is a place where everyone can Thrive – through our core values of Teamwork, Honesty, Respect, Innovation, Value for Money and Empowerment.
An exciting opportunity has arisen to join the Rapid/Community Reablement Service within the Cheshire West and Chester Council. The service has recently undergone a significant redesign and is based at Civic Way in Ellesmere Port: We have a one permanent & one temporary position on offer for a Reablement Coordinator Grade 7 - 32 hours per week (0.87FTE). £24,313– £26,999 pro-rata, per annum On top of your basic pay you shall also receive enhancements, travel time & mileage claims.
The successful candidate will manage a team of Reablement Workers in a specific area however shall be expected to cover the whole footprint of CWaC. You will be responsible for achieving the best outcomes for all CWaC customers. Supporting, enabling people and vulnerable adults to maintain their own wellbeing and independence within their own home in the community. The main objective of the work we do is to put the service user at the centre of every conversation.
You will be able to demonstrate a track record in motivating, leading, managing and developing staff, alongside a clear understanding of leadership responsibilities in social care and have excellent communication/interpersonal skills, be open and willing to adopt different ways of working and demonstrate the desired THRIVE behaviours and culture, which can be evidenced in line with the performance ratings.
Support managers to deliver social care services in line with the budget and performance targets; manage staffing budgets reducing the levels of staff absences and deliver best value for money across all of our services. Utilising community and digital resources to maximise their social capital in line with the requirements of the Care Act 2014. Engage in the implementation to 'Pathway to Independance' and our new HCR System.
Please read Job Description and Person Specification attached.
We look forward to receiving your Application.
For an informal discussion regarding this post, please contact Chris Knox on 01244 977308 or Nadia Van Der Wath 07917 587961.
Interviews shall take place on Friday 1st November 2019.
Please note that this job is subject to a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check.
The contractual work location for this role is listed above however you may be required to work from a range of work locations or sites within the Borough and may also be required to work from home, depending on the needs of the service.
Cheshire West and Chester Council are committed to equality and diversity in employment. Please click the Equality Policy for more information.
In your application you should ensure that you provide evidence of how you have demonstrated meeting the Council’s core competencies of Teamwork, Honesty, Respect, Innovation, Value for Money and Empowerment.
Cheshire West and Chester Council have adopted a Local Living Wage for our employees which means that all employees will receive a minimum of £9 per hour for all contracted hours.
For any enquiries please email Sourcingteam@ecwip.co.uk Please quote job reference number in all correspondence
If you have not heard from us within 4 weeks of the closing date then it is likely that you have not been shortlisted on this occasion, however please do not be discouraged from applying again.