At Continuity we have an enhanced and throughout recruitment process in order to ensure that those who are coming on to work with us carry the same attributes and values in line with our company ethos.
Our recruitment process starts with applicants applying for our roles through either indeed, Google Jobs, CV Library, Talent, Facebook Jobs or through word of mouth.
We have a range of roles that are continuously recruiting for to build our team. These are Care Assistants, Complex Care Assistants, Trainee Palliative Care Specialists and Support Workers.
Why Choose Continuity of Care Services?
Continuity of Care Services places people with their own individual service users and builds teams up around their needs and requirements. We work around the individuals and do not in rushed calls.
Teamwork is essential to the success of the company. With the office working around our staff and our services users to give all-round person-centred care.
We have families waiting for us to start providing their personalised care and we are seeking to expand our existing teams in order to provide them the care they so desire.
Care is a fantastic career choice for anyone considering working within the industry, or for anyone looking for a change of career.
We are looking for individuals who are genuine enjoy working with people.
Advantages of Joining our Team:
- Fully funded training
- Higher than average rates of pay with extra pay for weekends and bank holidays.
- Access to our Training Academy
- Refer a friend scheme (terms & conditions apply)
- Bonus Schemes
- Travel time between calls
- 24/7 for assistance as well as your line manager
- Opportunities to speak to our Mental Health First Aider
- Career opportunities
- CCS Healthy Living
- Annual Saving Scheme
- Healthcare re-imbursements
Continuity of Care Services is a CQC regulated employer. As such, offers of employment will be subject to satisfactory references, enhanced DBS and other necessary checks. We will also require you to complete mandatory training before employment can begin.
When starting at CCS, our Lead Trainer arranges a suitable times and dates for training. Our training programme is five days’ worth of training – working towards their Care Certificate which includes the following:
- Understand your Role/ Personal Development
- Duty of Care
- Equality and Diversity
- Person Centred Care
- Effective Communication
- Privacy and Dignity
- Fluids and Nutrition
- Awareness of Mental Health, Dementia and Learning Disability
- Safeguarding Adults
- Safeguarding Children
- Basic Life Support
- Health and Safety
- Handling information (GDPR)
- Medication Awareness
- Infection Control
All of our training is through our sister company Continuity Training Academy.
Once completed training and all compliance is back (DBS & References) we then look at the new member of staff shadowing with either the Field Care Supervisor or Assistant Care Co-Ordinator. Our standard is a minimum of two shadow calls per Service User.
When looking at shadowing, the Co-Ordinating team will make sure that they are going to families who are local to them. This helps us with keeping the Continuity during the winter seasons and staff are able to walk to their care calls. This has proven successful in previous years.
Throughout the shadowing process and completion of the initial training our Lead Trainer will go out to competency assess the Care Assistant. Our policy around Medication Competency is that each member of staff will be signed off three times for medication. During the competency sign offs’ there are spot check questions that is asked to all Care Assistants to make sure they have clear understanding of medication administration