Reablement Facilitator – Bon Accord Care – Aberdeen City Council Careers – Aberdeen

Aberdeen City Council Careers

Job Description
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Location: City Wide

Duration: Permanent, Full Time

Are you a Registered Nurse, OT, or Physiotherapist looking for a new challenge in Health & Social Care?

Are you passionate about enablement and supporting people to reach their potential?

Then due to expansion in our team, we have the role for you!

We are looking for Reablement Facilitators to work across our community teams within Aberdeen City, to promote the use of enablement practice, through education, coaching and mentoring.

You will work with individuals and their support teams to identify person centred goals and plan out how they can be achieved.

This is a key role in supporting us to provide the right care, in the right place at the right time and really make difference!

Benefits of working with Bon Accord care
Competitive pay with up to 40% enhancements for unsocial hours
27 Days holiday per year and 7 public holidays
Commitment to staff development with wide range of opportunities
Access to local authority pension scheme
Requirements
The post holder needs to hold as a minimum:

Professional qualification in Occupational Therapy, Nursing or Physiotherapy

Be HCPC registered

PDA in supervision or willingness to work towards as role required

Registration with relevant professional body

PVG registration
Responsibilities
The post holder is expected to demonstrate:

The ability to promote dignity, respect, choice, independent living and work in an anti-discriminatory way

Clinical facilitation skills

The ability to assess, plan and review and maintain and develop clear and accurate records including risk assessments and support plans

The ability to communicate effectively and work in partnership with service users, staff, carers, families and internal/external professionals to achieve improved outcomes for service users

An ability to provide supervision, guidance and support to team members and other colleagues within BAC

The ability to work autonomously and be accountable, while at the same time recognising when matters need to be referred to a more senior manager

The ability to work accurately with detailed information

The ability to manage priorities and meet deadlines

A flexible and creative approach in order to manage resources effectively

The ability to effectively use a range of IT packages including the use of Microsoft Office

The ability to challenge and improve practice

The ability to promote the safe moving and handling of both people and objects
The Individual
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