Lead Practitioner (Team leader)

Disability, Social Care
Salary Details
Contract Type
Hours per Week
Closing Date
We have an exciting opportunity for enthusiastic and motivated individuals with a can do attitude to join us on a full time, permanent basis as a Lead Practitioner (Team Leader).

Job Description

Are you looking for a fresh challenge and a chance to increase your skillset? If you have experience in Health & Social care and are dedicated to providing first class care and support then this could be just what you are looking for!

Providing support to the Service Lead, you'll attend meetings and reviews as required, be involved in developing and improving our services, prepare personal plans, develop staff rotas and provide support to your teams. Part of your role will also include managing all elements of financial transactions and audits, supporting with care inspections and liaising with families. As a Lead Practitioner, you'll demonstrate great communication, organisational and interpersonal skills and will lead and inspire colleagues to deliver the highest quality of care & support.   

Having a full UK driving licence and access to your car would be desirable but this isn't a deal breaker!!

What we need you to bring;

  • A proven track record of delivering high quality, person-centred support.
  • Great written, verbal and listening skills.
  • A proven record of building and maintaining positive and professional relationships with supported individuals, their families and other stakeholders.
  • Confidence in the use of technology and all Microsoft applications.
  • The ability to resolve conflict effectively.
  • Working knowledge of statutory and legislative requirements relative to the post e.g. SSSC Codes of Practice, Care Inspectorate Standards, National Care Standards etc.
  • A commitment to complete a PDA in Management, which is a requirement for the role.
  • Awareness of health and safety policies and procedures.

Shift Patterns

The contracted hours will typically be worked between Monday to Friday; however, occasional evening and weekend work will be required. As a Lead Practitioner, you will also take part in formal on-call duties and may be required to pick up support shifts in an emergency.

Early application is encouraged as we will review applications throughout the advertising period and reserve the right to close the advert early.

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Company Description

With over 40 years experience delivering great care and support, Cornerstone provides tailored, individual packages of care which focus on enabling people with a variety of needs, including learning disabilities, physical disabilities, autism and complex care needs, to live the best possible life.
We are always flexible and responsive in meeting the ever changing needs of the people we support and work closely with individuals and families to agree what sort of support will work best for them.
This could be providing specialist accommodation on a full time basis for people with more complex needs, to just a few hours befriending a week to help an individual build confidence and make friends. We support individuals of all ages, providing respite days and clubs for children and young people with disabilities, to day care support for older people with dementia.