Care Coordinator/Scheduler, Bromley
£22K - £28K per annum DOE plus benefits
Are you looking for a job where you can be a part of something special and make a difference to a person’s life! Yes? Then look no further!
We are seeking a Care Coordinator/Scheduler in the Bromley area of South London who wants to be part of something special, something exclusive. Are you yearning to give your clients more quality time? We are seeking someone who would be willing to re-arrange their week’s rotas to ensure a customer is happy, content and has the continuity they deserve.
Come & Join the best.
You could be joining an award-winning national branch who focus on a companionship led care service. They have won multiple awards over the years and have built an excellent reputation within communities across the UK. This exceptional service is different to any other care organisation in the area, providing a minimum of one-hour home visits top purely a private client base, but the focus being on companionship. Imagine having Dementia but still being able to go to your local singing group, still being able to do your shopping, still going into town on a Wednesday for a cuppa! This organisation makes these things happen every day!
Sounds exciting, right? So, what will the role involve?
You will play a pivotal role; your rota planning will ensure that our customers always receive the same Carer/Companion. You will have the customers’ needs at the heart of what you do!
- Planning, Coordinating and Scheduling of the service for clients.
- Organising all rotas and making sure that all carers have their schedules in advance.
- Liaising with the customer and the team to ensure the customer is happy.
- Dealing with enquiries.
- Ensure that the client/carer are matched well.
- Identifying and reporting any recruitment needs to the Registered Manager.
- Participate in on-call rota
What qualifications and experience will you need?
- Firstly, you must be passionate about delivering high quality service to their customers.
- Previous experience in the care sector is preferred but not essential. You may have experience in scheduling or logistics.
- It is essential that you have a full driving licence.
- Experience of using Databases/Computer Literate.
- You will have excellent attention to detail, good communication skills and organisational skills.
Would you like to be part of a team which improves the lives of others every day? Above all, we are looking for someone who can take on board the bespoke service they offer. We need someone who wants to be part of a high-quality service where everything is tailored around the client’s needs.
Becoming a Coordinator/Scheduler could be just the start of your career – they actively promote from within, so who knows, you could be a Manager of the future!