Care Co-Ordinator


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Number of Positions:
Contract Type:
Full Time
Contract Details:
£36000 per annum
Working Hours:
40 hours per week, variable shifts including occasional weekends and night visits
Closing Date:
Job Types:
Bournemouth & Poole
Bourne View

It’s more than a possibility

Care Co-ordinator

Based at Bourne View, our highly rated home in the Alder Hills area of Poole. 

Up to £36000 per annum, depending on experience.

40 hours per week with variable shifts including some weekends, occasional night visits and taking a share of the 'on-call' phone for emergencies.

We have an exciting opportunity for a responsive, flexible and dynamic individual to join our team as Care Co-ordinator to ensure that the highest standard of care is delivered to our residents whilst maintaining independence and choice.

As the Care Co-ordinator you will assist the Home Manager and Clinical Lead in the day to day running of Bourne View ensuring that our care and service levels meet both the needs of the residents and legislative requirements, regularly communicating with relevant managers and teams about the residents’ well-being, updating care plans and reporting concerns.

In conjunction with the Clinical Lead you will take a leading role in mentoring / co-ordinating the care team. You will be responsible for consistently providing the highest standard of dedicated care and will be a role model for staff, demonstrating best practice and keeping up to date with current thinking in this field of expertise.

You will support the clinical care of our residents and provide guidance, training, appraisals and mentorship to the care team and nurses. Other key responsibilities include infection control, medication management, nutritional and dietary requirements, plus moving and positioning management. 

About You

You will have previous experience of working within the care community, within a similar position, able to use your initiative, with excellent planning and organising skills. 

You will hold an NVQ/QCF Level 3 in Health & Social Care and will demonstrate a good understanding of CQC standards and be an excellent role-model to staff.

Cherishing the individual needs of residents and their families and putting those needs at the centre of everything you do each day is fundamental to your role.

Working with us offers you a superb range of benefits including:

  • Competitive pay rate
  • 25 days holiday, plus bank holidays
  • Paid breaks
  • Excellent inductions, training and ‘on the job’ support
  • Friendly team and great support network of internal professionals
  • Real career progression opportunities
  • Reward for you if you recommend others to work for us
  • Annual pay review
  • Additional hours / overtime opportunities to suit your circumstances
  • Choice of hot or cold meals and drinks on duty
  • Free uniforms
  • Contributory pension scheme
  • Background checks at no cost to you

About Us

Colten Care is an expanding family-owned business with 21 beautifully appointed nursing homes across Dorset, Hampshire, Wiltshire and West Sussex. 

We have 7 rated services as ‘Outstanding’ with the Care Quality Commission (CQC) and we provide luxury residential, general nursing, dementia and short-stay care.

We are a prestigious, award-winning healthcare provider that champions the latest approach to person-centred care. Each of our homes has a distinct character while retaining that all-important sense of ‘home.’