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Secondment opportunity* or fixed-term for 2 years due to funding.
*Secondment Opportunity – Existing permanent employees must first discuss this opportunity with their substantive line manager and complete the secondment request form prior to interview. The secondment request form and the associated secondment policy can be found on the HR/Recruitment intranet pages and must be completed and signed by the substantive line manager. The Candidate should then take it with them to interview as confirmation that an agreement has been granted.
An exciting opportunity has arisen within Clackmannan Health and Social Care Partnership in ward 2, Dementia Specialist, Clackmannan Community Hospital for the post of activity coordinator.
The working environment is within the Clackmannan Health and Social Care Partnership working in an integrated setting towards the 20-20 vision.
We are looking for a highly motivated, enthusiastic, kind, caring and hard working person who has vision and can demonstrate high standards to care. The delivery of holistic, person-centred care is paramount. Your ability to problem-solve and think on your feet is vital.
As part of the multidisciplinary team the post holder will have responsibility for assessment, delivery, and supervision of care needs, supporting the clinical standards within the ward environment, to ensure that Quality Standards and Key Performance Indicators are met. You must be a team player and share the values of the 20-20 vision.
Experience of working as an activity coordinator is desirable. Experience in elderly care and dementia is essential.
The duties of this post require the successful candidate to be a member of the Protecting Vulnerable Groups (PVG) Scheme. More information on this scheme can be found at www.disclosurescotland.co.uk
For informal enquiries provide contact Connor Martin, Senior Charge Nurse on 01259 290307.
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