Are you interested in jobs in care? Working in the home care sector can be the start of an exciting and rewarding career. With a wide variety of roles available, there are plenty of opportunities to develop throughout the industry, expand your knowledge, and grow your care skills tool box. The best part is that no matter which role you settle on, you get to go home at the end of each day knowing that you had a positive impact on someone’s life.
This blog explores care jobs in Romford, the different roles that are available, and the skills and experience you might need to thrive in each position. Read on to discover the many opportunities that await you as part of your career in care.
As a care worker, you are the heart and soul of the organisation. Each day, you’ll support our mission of helping individuals live as independently as possible by providing personalised, professional, and practical assistance in the comfort of their home.
With your innate sense of empathy and compassionate nature, you excel at making others feel safe, comfortable, and cared for. Duties are centred around providing comprehensive care and companionship to help others live rich, fulfilled lives. On a daily basis, you can expect to help with personal care such as washing, dressing, and toileting and lending an extra hand around the house with cooking, cleaning, shopping, and more.
As team leader, you act as the first point of call for staff and service users. Reliable and responsible with a knack for inspiring others, your job is to ensure that the care and support we provide is of the highest quality possible.
Not only will you act as a supervisor and manager to care workers, you’ll also support new service users by completing risk assessments and devising care plans. To make sure individuals are getting the support they need, you’ll regularly arrange reviews with service users, social workers, health care professionals, and any family involved.
Managers are responsible for ensuring day-to-day operations are running smoothly and that the service users’ needs are being met. In addition to managing staff, you’ll also manage budgets and contracts.
Other duties involve ensuring systems are in place to monitor quality and performance and that legislation and policies are being adhered to. Finally, you’ll work closely with the CQC (the Care Quality Commission) to keep standards as high as possible.
Care coordinators are friendly, personable, and customer-focused. Based in the office, you’ll provide customer support and coordinate the scheduling of our services. Working closely with care management and supervisors, you may also be responsible for the recruitment of care workers
Administrators are another office-based role. As an administrator, you’ll support the team by carrying out administrative tasks in various areas such as HR, finance and marketing.
Get in touch
Are you interested in working in the care sector and joining our friendly team? We would love to hear from you. Please do not hesitate to get in touch or give us a call on 0800 999 3447 with any questions or concerns. We look forward to getting to know you.