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Quality Care Planning Practitioner

Defour Partnership



£26000 - £28000/annum / 4 day week option/benefits


Posted: 23/09/2022

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Defour Partnership works closely with Community Integrated Care a National Social Care Charity. We are currently seeking an experienced Quality Care Planning Practitioner (Assessment & Intervention Practitioner) to join our regional Operations Team in our South region on a full-time, permanent basis!

Our Assessment & Intervention Practitioners partner our front-line leaders, providing great support, coaching, and advice so all our colleagues have the skills, knowledge, and help available to do what they do best - enabling the people we support to live the best life possible.

Day to Day

As part of the local Operations Team you’ll be the go-to local expert on assessing individual needs and translating this into amazing Care and Support Plans which enable the People We Support to live their best life possible. You’ll report to the Lead Assessment and Intervention Practitioner and the team will be led by our Director of Service Innovation. Day to day you’ll be:

Having brilliant conversations – working with local leaders and their teams to really understand their services, what they need, and coaching them to find great solutions

Visiting the people we support, our leaders, and colleagues in services

Delivering innovative training to teams to embed the core principles around person centred care

Working within services coaching teams to embed best practice

Coach a cohort of Service Leaders to support them in achieving their goals with their team:

to assess and identify areas for improvement in the Assessment and Care and Support Plans and to understand why each section is so important, impacting the quality of life for the person supported.

to create realistic and achievable improvement actions plans that work towards to embedding the REACH standards into daily practices.

to develop their teams in what is expected, best practice, the ability to recognise what good looks like and how to achieve that through promoting good habits and reflective practices

Provide constructive challenge and feedback to Service Leaders, sharing their expertise and experience to support their development

About You

Our Ideal Candidate

You are a brilliant communicator – you find it easy to explain things in a way that is easy for others to understand

You would describe yourself as a people person – you build relationships quickly, and find it easy to talk to anyone

You enjoy coaching others and supporting people to achieve

You are looking for a varied role where no two days are the same!

Skills and Experience

You’ll have experience of working with people with a learning disability and/or mental health issues

You’ll have experience of coaching and developing others

Ability to manage emotionally stressful situations such as working with individuals who have experienced trauma or with people who present with self-harming or aggressive behaviours

You will be used to working across multiple sites

You will need to have a full UK driving license

Working for Us

What is The Deal for you?

Flexibility! You can work your full time hours over 4 days and enjoy a long weekend, or work over 5 days to accommodate your other commitments.

Competitive Salary: £26,000 - £28,000 (dependent upon experience)

Pension: contributory pension scheme

Benefits: retail discounts, holiday discounts, cycle to work scheme and travel discounts through our benefits app

Best Lives Possible: You'll be working for an award winning charity who is passionate about ensuring our colleagues and the people we support lead the best lives possible

Development: We'll work with you to develop your career or to learn and experience new things. We're passionate about developing our people!

Support: From our Employee Assistance Programme (available 24/7), financial support options, and wellbeing fund you'll have the support available to lead an easier (financial) life

Community Integrated Care is an equal opportunities employer and positively encourages applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief, marital status, or pregnancy and maternity

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