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We employ over 300 people at Heathlands Village. Our care and nursing teams are supported by: housekeepers, chefs and kitchen staff, laundry staff, porters, customer service staff and handymen – all working together to provide the highest possible standard of care.

A good number have worked for us for many years – testament to Heathlands Village being a happy place to work.

All staff undergo compulsory training. We place great emphasis on personal development and ongoing training, encouraging people to take professional qualifications.

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An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Temporary Housekeeper working 27.5 hours per week, Monday to Friday. The post will initially be for a period of 6 months, then will continue to be reviewed on a monthly basis thereafter.

Job duties include:

  • To carry out duties as requested by the Housekeeping Supervisor.
  • To be able to undertake general cleaning task such as bed making, vacuuming, sweeping, mopping, damp dusting and deck scrubbing.
  • To clean areas such as flats, bedrooms, bathrooms, toilets, showers, lifts, stairs, dining rooms and public / communal areas.
  • To be aware of / adhere to policies and procedures when dealing with bodily fluids.
  • To be responsible for your own cleaning trolley by keeping it tidy and well stocked.

The above list is not exhaustive

Application forms are available from the HR office on 0161 772 4800 or via email; recruitment@thefed.org.uk

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Hospitality assistant – 20 hours p/wk

We are looking for someone with excellent customer service skills, knowledge of food service, reliable and able to work on own initiative and join our team.

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:

– Rotate stock on a daily basis checking all items of food are in date.

– Deliver a friendly, courteous and efficient food service to staff, visitors, residents and tenants in all areas around the Care Home.

JD – Oct 16

PS – Oct 16

COS – Oct 16

***Full Training Provided & Career Progression***

Hours of Work: 20 hours per week, 5 days out of 7 including weekends on a rota system, hours vary from 7am -7:30pm.

Wage – £7.83 p/hr

Catering assistant – 16 hours – weekend work only

Job Purpose

To maintain a clean and tidy workplace, deliver and collect food and assist the chefs in food preparation at Heathlands Village on a 7 day rota system.

Job Responsibilities:

  • To maintain a clean and tidy workplace, deliver and collect food and assist the chefs in food preparation.
  • Washing up of crockery and cutlery
  • Cleaning of utensils
  • Cleaning of machinery
  • Cleaning of food preparation areas
  • Cleaning of all refrigeration
  • Cleaning of walls, switches, electrical boxes, window ledges, cupboards
  • Floor cleaning
  • General cleaning of the kitchen as directed
  • Transport and collection of meals to the service areas
  • Decanting food into serveries
  • Cleaning the kitchen areas on the units
  • Pot washing on the units

PS Catering Assistant

JD Catering Assistant – updated Jan 16

Hours: 16 per week worked every weekend, Saturday & Sunday.

Wage: £7.83 p/hr

Care Worker – Twilight – 5.00pm – 10.00pm

REFERENCE:RES/TWILIGHT

Hours of work 20 hours per week, Shifts 5.00pm – 10.00pm worked on  a rota system including weekend work any 4 days from 7.

Wage: Basic or QCF level 2 £7.90p/h, QCF level 3 £8.00p/h

We apply the National Minimum Living Wage to 18 year olds and above (not just 25 year plus)

Our Residents have many diverse needs so it is essential that the applicant is enthusiastic, friendly and compassionate.

We are looking for people who are flexible in their approach and able to make a difference to a resident’s day. To work on these units you must have patience, a good sense of humour, a drive to join in with activities and interact well with residents.

All applicants must have positive energy and natural ability to get along with elderly people and enjoy working as part of a team to help fulfil the lives of our lovely residents.

SCW~Job Description July 17

SCW~Person Spec July 17

For an application pack,  email recruitment@thefed.org.uk

Care worker – daybreak – 7.00am – 11.00am

REFERENCE:RES/DAYBREAK

Hours of work 20 hours per week, Shifts 7.00am to 11.00am worked on  a rota system including weekend work any 4 days from 7.

Wage: Basic or QCF level 2 £7.90p/h, QCF level 3 £8.00p/h

We apply the National Minimum Living Wage to 18 year olds and above (not just 25 year plus)

Our Residents have many diverse needs so it is essential that the applicant is enthusiastic, friendly and compassionate.

We are looking for people who are flexible in their approach and able to make a difference to a resident’s day. To work on these units you must have patience, a good sense of humour, a drive to join in with activities and interact well with residents.

All applicants must have positive energy and natural ability to get along with elderly people and enjoy working as part of a team to help fulfil the lives of our lovely residents.

SCW~Job Description July 17

SCW~Person Spec July 17

For an application pack,  email recruitment@thefed.org.uk

20 hours per week – worked over 4 or 5 days – £7.83 per hour

Main duties and responsibilities:

To press labels into the unlabelled clothing of our service users

To attend to any minor repairs in service user clothing i.e shortening trousers/skirts, sewing on buttons.

To assist in the distribution of laundered clothing to our service users throughout the buildings

To assist in the laundry department when necessary

To assist in the ironing of clothing for our service users

To sort through freshly laundered clothing to ensure they are taken to the correct department/person

To take responsibility for ensuring that the work area is kept clean

The above list is not exhaustive – Closing date: 25th October 2018

For an application pack, please contact HR on 0161 772 4800 or via email: recruitment@thefed.org.uk

JD Laundry Asst updated July 17

Laundry Asst Person Spec~July 17

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a  Housekeeper working 11 hours per week,  Saturday and Sunday only, from 8.00am to 2.00pm each day, with a 30 minutes unpaid break.

Job duties include:

  • To carry out duties as requested by the Housekeeping Supervisor.
  • To be able to undertake general cleaning task such as bed making, vacuuming, sweeping, mopping, damp dusting and deck scrubbing.
  • To clean areas such as flats, bedrooms, bathrooms, toilets, showers, lifts, stairs, dining rooms and public / communal areas.
  • To be aware of / adhere to policies and procedures when dealing with bodily fluids.
  • To be responsible for your own cleaning trolley by keeping it tidy and well stocked.

The above list is not exhaustive

Application forms are available from the HR office on 0161 772 4800 or via email; recruitment@thefed.org.uk

Housekeeping ~PERS SPEC

Housekeeping~JOB DESCRIP

Job Purpose:

  • To provide Clinical support to staff teams and co-ordinate the day to day running of the service.
  • To manage the delivery of excellent nursing care and to improve the wellbeing and lives of people living at the Federation of Jewish Services.

 Job duties include:

  • To work according to Nursing & Midwifery Council Code (Standards of Conduct, Performance and Ethics) for Nurses and Midwives, the Care Quality Commission and meeting the requirements of the Federation of Jewish Services Policies and Procedures.
  • To ensure that the emotional, spiritual, physical and medical needs of each resident are met. To work with the team in promoting the activities of daily living in a way that respects the dignity and promotes the independence of the individual.
  • To develop a care plan relevant to the individual in conjunction with the resident, family and outside agencies. To make sure residents and relatives re involved in the care plan process.
  • To ensure all documentation is updated, writing a daily report using Caresys system.
  • To conduct psychiatric pre-admission assessments and mini mental assessments as required.

This is not an exhaustive list.

Conditions of Service – DAYS

RN~PERSON SPECIFICATION FINAL JUNE 13

Registered Nurse JD

Wage: £16.05 p/hr.

Hours: 39 hours per week, worked 3 days from 7 one week & 4 days from 7 the following week, this includes weekends according to the rota

BENEFITS:

  • NMC annual pin payment £120
  • Employee health scheme
  • Free DBS check
  • Enhanced holidays  – 6.6 working weeks
  • Subsidised staff restaurant
  • Free Life assurance scheme
  • Free parking
  • Free uniform
  • Referral bonus scheme

For an application pack,  email: recruitment@thefed.org.uk

Job Purpose:

  • To provide Clinical support to staff teams and co-ordinate the day to day running of the service.
  • To manage the delivery of excellent nursing care and to improve the wellbeing and lives of people living at the Federation of Jewish Services.

 Job duties include:

  • To work according to Nursing & Midwifery Council Code (Standards of Conduct, Performance and Ethics) for Nurses and Midwives, the Care Quality Commission and meeting the requirements of the Federation of Jewish Services Policies and Procedures.
  • To ensure that the emotional, spiritual, physical and medical needs of each resident are met. To work with the team in promoting the activities of daily living in a way that respects the dignity and promotes the independence of the individual.
  • To develop a care plan relevant to the individual in conjunction with the resident, family and outside agencies. To make sure residents and relatives re involved in the care plan process.
  • To ensure all documentation is updated, writing a daily report using Caresys system.
  • To conduct psychiatric pre-admission assessments and mini mental assessments as required.

This is not an exhaustive list.

Conditions of Service – DAYS

RN~PERSON SPECIFICATION FINAL JUNE 13

Registered Nurse JD

Wage: £16.05 p/hr.

Hours: 44 hours per week, 4 nights from 7 according to the rota.

For an application pack, email: recruitment@thefed.org.uk

We are hiring an experienced RN required for a busy General Nursing Unit/Palliative Care based in a Residential/Nursing Care Home in Prestwich, Manchester.

All applicants must provide Managerial & Clinical support to staff teams & co-ordinate the day to day running of the service; Duties include but are not limited;

  • Manage the delivery of excellent nursing care and to improve the wellbeing and lives of people living at The Fed
  • Need to be competent to provide support to both service users and colleagues in a manner consistent with the values of the organisation.
  • Work according to CQC regulations

Unit Manager – nursing JD

Hours of Work: 39 hours 5 days from 7 on a rota system including weekend work.

Salary: £17.05 p/hr

Excellent communication and organisation skills are essential.

Experience of 2 years in a Management role is essential.

BENEFITS:

  • NMC annual pin payment £120
  • Employee health scheme
  • Free DBS check
  • Enhanced holidays  – 6.6 working weeks
  • Subsidised staff restaurant
  • Free Life assurance scheme
  • Free parking
  • Free uniform
  • Referral bonus scheme

For an application pack, email recruitment@thefed.org.uk

REFERENCE:RES/DAYS

Hours of work vary from 33 hours per week to 39 hours per week-

Shifts include 8am-8pm/8am-2.pm/2pm-8pm worked on  a rota system including weekend work.

Wage: Basic or QCF level 2 £7.90p/h, QCF level 3 £8.00p/h

We apply the National Minimum Living Wage to 18 year olds and above (not just 25 year plus)

Our Residents have many diverse needs so it is essential that the applicant is enthusiastic, friendly and compassionate.

We are looking for people who are flexible in their approach and able to make a difference to a resident’s day. To work on these units you must have patience, a good sense of humour, a drive to join in with activities and interact well with residents.

All applicants must have positive energy and natural ability to get along with elderly people and enjoy working as part of a team to help fulfil the lives of our lovely residents.

SCW~Job Description July 17

SCW~Person Spec July 17

For an application pack,  email recruitment@thefed.org.uk

 

Care worker – nights – 8.00pm to 8.00am

REFERENCE: SCW/NIGHTS

Hours of work: We have vacancies from 22 hours to 44 hours per week. Hours of work are from 8pm-8am worked on a rota system including weekend work.

Wage: Basic or QCF level 2 £7.90p/h, QCF level 3 £8.00p/h

We apply the National Minimum Living Wage to 18 year olds and above (not just 25 year plus)

Our Residents have many diverse needs so it is essential that the applicant is enthusiastic, friendly and compassionate.

We are looking for people who are flexible in their approach and able to make a difference to a resident’s day. To work on these units you must have patience, a good sense of humour and interact well with residents.

All applicants must have positive energy and natural ability to get along with elderly people and enjoy working as part of a team to help fulfil the lives of our lovely residents.

SCW~Job Description July 17

SCW~Person Spec July 17

Conditions of Service – Apr 18

For an application pack email recruitment@thefed.org.uk for more information.

Bank rmn (nights) – as and when required £16.05 per hour

Job duties include:

  • To work according to Nursing & Midwifery Council Code (Standards of Conduct, Performance and Ethics) for Nurses and Midwives, the Care Quality Commission and meeting the requirements of the Federation of Jewish Services Policies and Procedures.
  • To ensure that the emotional, spiritual, physical and medical needs of each resident are met.To work with the team in promoting the activities of daily living in a way that respects the dignity and promotes the independence of the individual.
  • To develop a care plan relevant to the individual in conjunction with the resident, family and outside agencies. To make sure residents and relatives re involved in the care plan process.
  • To ensure all documentation is updated, writing a daily report using Caresys system.
  • To conduct psychiatric pre-admission assessments and mini mental assessments as required.

This is not an exhaustive list.

Registered Nurse mental health -JD

For an application pack,  email recruitment@thefed.org.uk