Welfare & Leisure Coordinator

Company:  St Quentin Residential Homes
Location: ST5 0LZ
Salary: £10.50 + Paid Breaks + Benefits
Hours: Full Time
Type: Permanent
Job Requirements / Description

Job description

Must have good energy and happy to get involved

Use initiative

Have older and younger residents - one home has 18+

The role of the Welfare & Leisure is to:

Organise and plan activity programmes reflecting Service User’s preferences

  • Outdoor activities in the gardens and green house
  • Plan and organise the summer and Christmas fayre's
  • Organise games such as bingo, cards or board games
  • Read with the residents
  • Record and report on activities
  • Must be competent in doing group activities, sing a longs, games etc
  • Organising and implement personalised one on one and group activities
  • Plan and display weekly activity plans.
  • Work with management and admin on external activities ie external entertainment and planned excursions
  • Document on daily care plans
  • Involve family and friends

Produce newsletter to inform Service Users and their relative/friends what’s going on.

Developing weekly plans for the residents, liaise with care staff and organise group trips out.

Support Service Users to access internet and communication such as letter writing, Skype and FaceTime.

Ensure Service Users are at the heart of events and programmes to enhance their wellbeing and be responsible for promoting and safeguarding the welfare of those individuals they support.

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time, Permanent

36 hours, every other weekend

Ideal Candidate/Profile Previous experience preferred but not essential. Driving licence is not required
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St Quentin Residential Homes

St Quentin Residential Home was originally built for Colonel Sir George Wade, the well-known pottery manufacturer who lived there from 1925-1952. He named the house St Quentin because he was awarded a bar to his M.C following the crossing by the South Staffs regiment of the St Quentin canal in 1918.

Subsequently the house was purchased by George Poole, a local builder who lived there until the Moorhouse family bought it in 1974. In 1988, still owned and managed by the Moorhouse family, St Quentin opened as a residential home for the elderly. Later in 2000 the Hawthorns was acquired, Followed by Langley House in 2018 which has undergone full renovation of the origional house and a large extension providing 22 bedrooms.

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