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Our Care Coordinator jobs offer great pay + perks!

Enjoy a hugely varied and rewarding role.

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What is a Care Coordinator?

Our Care Coordinators play a vital role in supporting clients, their families, the manager and the team.

Everyday is different & the job that can be both challenging and incredibly rewarding.

You’ll be the first point of contact for clients and their familieis so need to make a great impression.

You’ll support your manager to develop a great team and ensure your branch succeeds.

You’ll have great organisational and listening skills to ensure our services are always delivered to our high standards.

What Does a Care Coordinator Do?

Our Care Coordinator job descriptions will vary slightly depending on whether you choose to work for our Care at Home or Disability Support teams.

Overall, Care Coordinators:

  • Meet & greet clients & families to assess needs
  • Provide great customer service by communicating well
  • Develop the business & grow our local reputation
  • Implement our high quality standards
  • Build teamwork with internal & external teams

Care at Home

You’ll make life easier for people to continue living independently at home.

Disability Support

You’ll enable people with a range of disabilities to lead fulfilling lives.

What Skills Do You Need?

If you’re organised and like being part of a team that makes a difference to people’s lives in your area this is the job for you!

You’ll need to like constant variety and managing multiple deadlines daily. As a Care Coordinator you’ll work with many internal and external teams, the local hospitals, and the Care Quality Commission.

You’ll be approachable and have great listening skills too, to help team members, your manager and you!

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Our Job Checks

Before you join our team, we’ll complete some jobs checks. These are in line with CQC regulations and are generally completed within a week. We’ll check:

Quick Questions

What is a Care Coordinator salary?

You’ll receive a competitive salary with increased pay through career progression. Your salary will vary according to where you work & your choice of team; Care at Home or Disability Support. Discuss your local pay rate for a Care Coordinator job with our Jobs Team.

When will I receive my pay?

We pay Care Coordinators on a monthly basis on the last working day of each month. In addition to regular pay, you’ll also receive great perks like enhanced weekend pay, mileage allowance, paid ongoing training + paid annual leave.

What hours do Care Coordinators work?

Most Care Coordinator jobs are contracted for 40 hours a week with some weekend work & flexibility. You’ll spend some time on call and due to the nature of the role, might need to work outside of these hours on occasion.

Due to the nature of this important role, our Care Coordinator jobs are only full-time at the moment. If you’re looking for a part-time role in care, we suggest applying for our Care or Support Worker roles.

Do I need a driving licence and/or a car?

Yes, you need both. Alternatively, our Disability Support Worker and live-in carer roles don’t require a driving licence or access to a vehicle.

Where will I work?

Our Care Coordinator jobs involve working in your local office & directly supporting our clients. You’ll also do some office working, plus spend time in the community visiting clients in their own home. The exact amount of time you’ll spend doing one or other varies according to the job you apply for. Speak to our Recruitment Team to find out more.

When will I start?

Applying for one of our Care Coordinator jobs only takes a few minutes & you could start your role within just two weeks. Once you apply, we’ll have a chat before booking a video interview. If successful, we’ll then complete pre-employment checks such as a Disclosure Barring Service (DBS) check & collect your references.

Do I need experience?

You don’t need experience in the role, but you need experience in providing personal care to clients – ideally in home care. You’ll have or are gaining NVQ3 in Social Care, or QCF or an equivalent qualification.  You’ll be ambitious and want to develop your career.