About Us

We are a health care staff provider for various organisations throughout the UK. We recruit health care professionals through our branches in Caterham, Aberdeen, Glasgow Bexhill and Chichester. We can provide you with the flexibility to fit around the days of the week or shifts that you want to work. We recruit and supply staff for care homes, nursing homes, and NHS hospitals.

Job description

  • Registered General Nurse (RGN)
  • Registered Mental Nurse (RMN)
  • 1. Caring for patients experiencing acute mental distress or who have an enduring mental illness.

    2. Assessing and talking to patients about their problems and discussing the best way to plan and deliver their care.

    3. Building relationships with patients to encourage trust, while listening to and interpreting their needs and concerns.

    4. Ensuring the correct administration of medication, including injections, and monitoring the results of treatment.

    5. Responding to distressed patients in a non-threatening manner and attempting to understand the source of distress.

    6. Applying 'de-escalation' techniques to help people manage their emotions and behaviour.

    7. Preparing and participating in group and/or one-to-one therapy sessions, both individually and with other health professionals.

    8. Providing evidence-based individual therapy, such as cognitive behaviour therapy for depression and anxiety.

    9. Encouraging patients to take part in art, drama or occupational therapy where appropriate.

    10. Organising social events aimed at developing patients' social skills and helping to reduce feelings of isolation.

    11. Preparing and maintaining patient records

    12. Producing care plans and risk assessments for individual patients.

    13. Ensuring that the legal requirements appropriate to a particular setting or group of patients are observed.

    14. Working with patients' families and carers, helping to educate them and the patient about their mental health problems.

    15. Promoting a 'recovery' based approach to care.

  • Health Care Assistants
  • 1. Support the registered nurse in implementation of an agreed plan of care with the patient and in accordance with instructions and training received.

    2. Help promote and maintain an environment conducive to meeting the needs of the patient / relatives and carers.

    3. Contribute to a team approach to patient care in conjunction with all members of the multidisciplinary team.

    4. Contribute to the legality and accuracy of the patients care plan/ and or other reports and the effectiveness of the established communication /reporting system over the full 24hrs.

    5. Participate in regular ward meetings and attend other meetings as requested.

    6. Undertake tasks and procedures, in which competency has been assessed and recorded specific to the care environment, including for example blood glucose monitoring.

    7. Participate in research activities as and when required.

    8. Provide support and assistance to registered staff.

    9. All team members are responsible for behaving in a manner that does not put themselves, patients, visitors and other team members in danger or at risk in the clinical environment.

    10. To assist in the maintenance of stock levels, including pharmaceutical products.

    11. To assist in the maintenance of ward cleanliness and tidiness and adhere to infection control policy and procedures at all times.

    12. To assist the patient to ensure they have the opportunity to meet their individual dietary requirements. Ensuring all patients receive their chosen and correct meals.

    13. To receive and convey information from telephone or personal enquiries in a courteous manner and ensure all persons visiting the ward are greeted and assisted in a welcoming and supportive manner.

    14. To assist and support registered nurses and clerical staff in administrative duties as required.

    15. To escort stable patients to and from all wards and departments within the hospital.

  • Senior Health Care Assistants
  • 1. Organise and control other Care Assistants throughout a shift of work.

    2. Assist in the formal supervision of other carers.

    3. Assist the trained nurse in the appraisal of other carers.

    4. Take on the role of key worker for a group of clients.

    5. Assist a trained nurse in the administration of medicines.

    6. Respect the individual rights and choices of clients.

    7. Respond to the differing cultural values and diversity of clients.

    8. Ensure the health and safety of clients. Report any health and safety issues or equipment failures to your Manager.

    9. Communicate effectively with colleagues and managers.

    10. Provide personal care to clients with regard to their daily living needs.

    11. Contribute to the therapeutic and social programmes offered to individual clients.

    12. Carry out manual handling in accordance with training and in house policy.

    13. Assist clients to live a normal lifestyle including sleeping at night.

    14. Assist clients in retaining memory and lifeskills.

    15. Supervise clients at mealtimes ensuring that they have a satisfactory intake of nutrition consistent with their preferences and needs.

    16. Undertake generic cleaning duties particularly at night.

    17. Dispose of waste safely and in accordance with care home policy.

  • Care Managers
  • 1. In all his/her duties the Care Manager must work within the policies, procedures and statutory requirement of Excellent care.

    2. All Care Managers will be required to undertake additional on-call duties over night from home and/or on site if home address is more than 10 miles away.

    3. All Care Managers will be expected to be ‘on call’ as per the Care Managers roster and deal with all eventualities arising. In any serious emergencies s/he should liaise with the Senior Management person on duty.

    4. As a member of the Care Management team, you will be expected to deputise for the Head of Care in his/her absence.

    5. In the absence of designated Safeguarding Officers and/or on-call member of the Senior Management Team, the rostered Care Manager will take the lead on any Safeguarding matters.

    6. To assist with the development of policies, procedures and guidelines regarding care delivery.

    7. To attend all relevant organisational meetings.

    8. Liaise with all other departments as appropriate.

    9. Implement budgetary systems in accordance with operational planning and financial instructions.

    10. Implementation of appropriate fire procedures.

    11. Ensure appropriate staffing levels are maintained.

  • Senior Care Manager
  • 1. To ensure requests from commissioners are responded to effectively, working within contractual arrangements.

    2. To ensure client assessments, care plans and reviews are completed within the guideline timeframes and to the standard required.

    3. Carry out appropriate Risk Assessments and Health and Safety Assessments as required and adapt services accordingly to ensure that the safety of clients and staff are of highest priority.

    4. To ensure any complaints, concerns or incidents are responded to appropriately in line with Crossroads policies and procedures.

    5. Ensure that reassessments of care are implemented, outcomes are monitored and client records are updated, as per organisational time scales.

    6. To be aware of other services locally and make referrals to other agencies as appropriate.

    7. Alert appropriate agencies of any concerns about the care of vulnerable adults who may be at risk and follow up / monitor according organisational guidelines.

    8. Attend case conferences and statutory reviews relevant to the family as required.

    9. To have a working knowledge of Excellent Care’s policies and procedures, national and local policies, guidelines and standards, in relation to Care Services.

    10. Ensure implementation of procedures and policies within the Scheme and Care Teams are aware and understand the implications of change.

    11. To represent the Excellent Care Services at provider meetings and other required events and liaise with managers to feedback information and embed new initiatives into practice across the service.

    12. To communicate effectively with members of staff and other agencies involved in the care and wellbeing of carers and people with care needs.

    13. To ensure that all staff and the Operations Manager are kept informed of current activities and specific issues, as required.

  • Domiciliary Care Workers
  • 1. To ensure the good name of the Agency and behave in a professional manner while on duty.

    2. To assist the service user in their day to day living within their own home, promoting independence and diversity in their lives in accordance with the service user care plan.

    3. To assist service users with personal care, including getting up /going to bed, washing, bathing, dressing/undressing and toileting.

    4. To assist service users with mobility problems and other physical disabilities, including incontinence and help in the use and care of aids and personal equipment.

    5. To care for service users who are temporarily sick, for example with minor dressings, bed nursing, help with feeding etc.

    6. To help care for service users who are dying.

    7. To help the promotion of mental and physical activity of service users through talking to them, sharing activities such as reading, writing and hobbies, taking them out for recreational/social, educational and employment activities.

    8. To do light cleaning tasks such as, changing beds, tidying rooms, laundry (washing & repairing), empty commodes.

    9. Planning, preparing and serving meals, feed service users who need assistance, wash up tidy away and clean kitchen / dining room.

    10. Answer the door, telephone and greet visitors.

    11. To read and write reports, take part in staff meetings.

    12. Attend formal and informal training opportunities to enhance understanding of service users’ needs and abilities.

    13. To adhere to the policies, procedures and guidelines of the Agency.

    14. To perform other duties as may be reasonably required.

    15. To report significant changes in the service users health and circumstances, to the duty manager.

    16. To handle finances for the service user as documented in the service users care plan.

    17. To assist with medication once training has been undertaken and as documented in the service user care plan.

Current Vacancies

Do you share our passion for caring? If you would like to care for people and make a positive difference to their lives. Consider a career with Excellent Care. It is an opportunity to make the most of your personal potential.

We have current vacancies for:

 Registered General Nurses(RGN)
 Registered Mental Nurses(RMN)
 Health Care Assistants
 Domestic Staff
 Support Workers
 Kitchen Assistants
 Social Workers

Why Choose Excellent Care?

 We provide a professional & friendly service.
 We have job placements to suit your needs in a variety of settings.
 We pay enhanced rates to all our agency staff.
 We are committed to providing the best staff to our clients.
 We listen to our staff and understand their needs.
 Friendly and approachable team

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At Excellent Care, we understand that our success results from our diverse workforce. Our purpose is to help people live longer, healthier and happier and our employees are at the heart of making this a reality. Do you want to play a part in our success? If you have got the belief, the drive and the talent to help us in our ambition to become a true healthcare partner then we want to hear from you.

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53 Westway
Caterham, CR3 5TQ
Tel: 01883338444-UK, Fax: 01883338443-UK,
Email: info@ecareuk.com


101,3rd Floor,
Citi Base Building Lockhurst Lane,
Coventry CV6 5SF
Ph:024 76880409


Excellent Care Ltd
Forum house, Stirling road,
Chichester, West Sussex, PO197DN.

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