Careers at Cove Care
Cove Care is a fantastic place to start or continue your career in the care industry. We have a range of opportunities within our Residential Care Homes and our Office Teams. In 2022 we are proud to be opening our new Hospital provision, for which there will be a number of exciting career opportunities so come back and check that soon!
Below, you will find a list of our current career opportunities in our Residential Care Homes.
Please note that although we offer the following shift patterns, we cannot guarantee to accommodate certain start times, days or weeks of the year, and it is our expectation that bank holidays will be covered equally by the team. Rotas will be implemented by your Registered Manager and they will ensure you are given one weekend off every 4 weeks.
- Full time – 40 hours (5 shifts)
- Part time – 32 hours (4 shifts)
- Part time – 24 hours (3 shifts)
- Part time – 16 hours (2 shifts)
Our shifts are 8 hours and a waking night is 10 hours.
We currently have 7 homes (4 in Telford, 2 in Wolverhampton and 1 in Kidderminster) The decision on which house you will be based at will be made based on skill matching and transport requirements.
Please return completed application forms to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Residential Support Worker
Residential Support Workers are responsible for supporting other members of staff in the provision of care for young people; ensuring young people retain as much of their dignity and individuality as possible as well as being involved in the general activities of the placement.
The Team Leader will also be responsible for supporting other members of the team in the provision of care for young people, ensuring that they retain as much of their dignity and individuality as possible. This position will also be given additional responsibility to lead general activities of the placement to support the Home Manager.
The Deputy Manager will be responsible for the management and supervision of both the Team Leaders and the Residential Support Worker team, working closely with the Registered Manager who will be on hand to offer support and supervision.
The Registered Manager will be accountable for the provisions of each resident's overall care, working in accordance with their agreed objectives, standards, policies and procedures to implementing and oversee their overall care plan. They will also have full responsibility for the day to day running of the home and supervision of the team.