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Field Care Supervisor

Cephas Care Ltd


20000 - 25000

Full time

Cephas Care Ltd

Closing - 31 Dec 2021

Job Role: Field Care Supervisor

Location: Ipswich


Cephas Care have been established for over 31 years and offer real progression with a planned training programme including courses and qualifications.

A Field Care Supervisor will be required to cover each area completing the following within their administration time:

Review customer care plans 6 monthly or as and when changes occur
Audit daily records and MAR charts monthly
Monitor medication ordering, supply, and reordering requirements of customers
Complete spot checks 6 monthly on carers within their area
Complete annual medication competency checks on carers within their area
Complete quarterly supervisions with carers within their area
Complete a weekly report detailing the above including concerns and actions required from the auditing and monitoring visits.



· Field Care Supervisors will be required to be willing to work towards or hold a Level 3 QCF in Health and Social Care.

· Hold a Level 2 QCF in Health and Social Care

· Good communication skills

· Full UK Driving Licence



Salary £20,977.60 – £23,097.36

Discounted childcare when using Alpha Nurseries Ltd

Nest Pension Scheme

Full induction & on-going fully certificated training to support your development

We promote recognized qualifications in care and encourage learning

Perk Box subscription offering discounts on everyday shopping & free wellbeing service

Company progression opportunities- over 80% promotion within services

Company awards yearly recognising progression and service

Uniform provided


We are on Suffolk County Councils Home Care Framework, meaning we can take up council work for the next 10 years!

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