As a Locality Coordinator you will deputise for the Locality Manager in the operation of the service including service user care and personnel.
The Locality Coordinator is required to assist and support service users to live full and independent lives meeting a range of personal care, social and emotional care needs. The role requires directly supporting individuals in their own homes with daily living skills, household duties, managing finances, medication, shopping, personal hygiene, health appointments, accessing the local community and social engagements or employment, and supervising support workers carrying out these duties.
The Locality Coordinator responsibilities include:
- Responsibility for the day to day management of the service during the absence of Locality Manager, taking responsibility for the day to day management of the project
- Oversee, implement, review and work alongside My Plans, Guidelines, and Risk Assessments
- Oversee and complete daily handover records; oversee and audit the ordering and administration of medications; oversee and complete any health/behaviour monitoring charts; oversee and complete Monthly Service User Reports
- Oversee and complete monthly My Meetings
- Ensure individual’s files are kept up to date and oversee monthly Quality checks for your allocated sites
- Oversee, co-ordinate and attend reviews and support the recruitment of staff and applicant interviews
- Oversee petty cash and CFA transactions, ensuring a clear audit trail and records are kept and audited
- Ensure and maintain good standards of hygiene and food safety when supporting individuals
- Write, and complete the rota covering the contracted hours for each support package. Cover, record and report sickness and changes to the rota; ensure benefit applications are completed correctly and in a timely fashion as required by service users
Our ideal locality coordinator will:
- Have a great sense of humour
- Be reliable, friendly and caring to help our service users achieve their everyday goals (including personal care)
- Be able to support in house activities and hobbies
- Be attentive and inspire our service users to achieve more!
- Be resilient and help manage some behaviours that challenge
What we’ll give you:
- A rewarding job, full of variety and opportunities for career development
- Brilliant, ongoing training to help you achieve more
- Support of an experienced and friendly team of colleagues
- A range of salary sacrifice benefits, cashback rewards, pension options and much more!
- Access to our Career Pathways, which will help shape your career with us – you can work towards goals and milestones that will take your career in whichever direction you wish