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Re-ad DBS4323 Telecare & Crisis Response Officer (Apprentice)

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Job Summary

Contract Type:
Fixed Term
Working Pattern:
Full time
Advert Start Date:
04/10/2021
Advert End Date:
24/10/2021 23:59
Salary:
£12,696.00 pa
Hours per week:
37
Job Category:
Apprenticeships
Vacancy ID:
214219
Employment Location:
Any location within North Tyneside
Number of posts:
1

Job details 

Closing date:
24 Oct


Further information

Looking to start your career in care?

If you are caring, compassionate and want to provide quality care then you have the key requirements for this exciting opportunity. You’ll work as part of our front-line service as a Telecare & Crisis Response Officer Apprentice.

You’ll be part of North Tyneside Councils Care Call service. This will include supporting individuals to maximise their potential and to be supported with telecare solutions to remain independent, safe, and supported. Telecare is transitioning to internet based technology and the opportunities this brings are both exciting and innovative.

You will work as part of a team and independently in promoting and contributing to the Care Call service. As part of this apprenticeship, you will also be required to undertake and complete a Care Certificate. You will be supported by your team leaders and manager to complete the 15 workbooks within an agreed time scale. In addition to this knowledge the qualification includes assessment in several areas of the workplace.

This apprenticeship is for 18 months.

If you are interested or would like to discuss this exciting opportunity further, please contact Jacqueline Brooking Service Manager Care Call, 0191 643 4651.

Please be advised that this position will require an Enhanced check from the Disclosure and Barring Service.

North Tyneside Council is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

In addition, staff and volunteers are expected to familiarise themselves with all relevant policies, procedures and guidance in relation to safeguarding children and safe practice with vulnerable adults. Within North Tyneside, safeguarding is everybody’s business.

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