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Activity Co-Ordinator - 16 hours a week - Cherry Tree Care Home - Coedpoeth - job post

Orchard Care Group
£11.44 an hour - Part-time

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  • £11.44 an hour

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Full job description

We are looking for a creative forward thinking individual who can create a programme of activities to suit all tastes for the lovely people living at Bay Tree House Care Home. Someone who can make a difference.

Job Title: Activities Co-Ordinator

Department: Care & Support Workforce

Job Grade (if applicable):

Revision Date for Description: Annually or when required

Main Objectives of Role: To be creative in planning and facilitating an appropriate plan of activities for people living in the home so that they can be involved, interact and be stimulated.

Key Tasks

  • Writing an activity plan for the home catering for people’s individual interests, abilities and skills
  • Facilitating the plan but ensuring it is flexible and meaningful
  • Engaging with people to ask them what they would like to take part in
  • To plan ahead for seasonal activities
  • Record activities in a log to evidence the activity that has been done and who has taken part
  • Ensuring that people are encouraged to get involved – one to one activity’s are to also be included
  • Engaging with people to find out more about them; their likes/dislikes and interests
  • To arrange regular entertainment following consultation with the people; what they would like and vary the different genres
  • To liaise with the manager around purchasing activity items
  • To manage he activity cupboard/storage so that it is clean and tidy
  • Attending any supervisions and appraisals as arranged by the manager/deputy manager
  • Reporting any serious accidents or incidents swiftly to the deputy manager/manager and completing the necessary paperwork and managing such less serious events day to day using own initiative
  • Dealing with and reporting any safeguarding concerns to the deputy manager/manager

Responsible for:

  • Working in line with the five main principles of the Social Care and Wellbeing (Wales) Act 2014; embedding this in the service provision by leading by example
  • Optimising independence and voice and control of people living in the home
  • Working in a preventative and interventive way to ensure people remain safe and healthy
  • Helping people to optimise their wellbeing; their self-worth and independence and doing things with a person and not for them – recognising their skills and abilities
  • Working with a person and their families/representatives in co-production; involving them in their day to day care, support and activities, to make decisions and choices for themselves
  • Working with multi-agencies; the person’s families/representatives and a team of health professionals involved in supporting a person to achieve their outcomes
  • Attending induction and ongoing training as required by the manager/deputy manager and Orchard Care Group
  • Applying the Code of Professional Practice in your work at all times; in and out of the work place
  • Working as a part of a team and respecting colleagues you work with
  • Being accountable for the work you do
  • Being responsible and reliable in relation to your attendance and contract of employment
  • Being responsible for your timesheet
  • Being responsible for your own health and safety at work and the safety of others
  • Promoting and upholding the reputation of the home
  • Carrying out of any tasks and duties relating to your role as requested by your Manager and or Deputy Manager to meet the ongoing needs of the organisation

Responsible to:

  • Deputy Manager
  • Manager

Person specification


· Be of good character with honesty and integrity (interview and references)

· Be caring and empathetic (interview)

· Has to be reliable and responsible (interview and references)

· Be able to understand the importance of their role or why they wish to work in a care setting (interview)

· Be creative in the planning of activities and possess an understanding of the need for variety

· Have good communication skills and be able to encourage people to take part and get involved wherever possible

· Be able to provide good references from previous employment or character references

· Be able to work as part of a team (interview and references)

· Be able to read and write; phonetically would be acceptable as we can support with dyslexia


· Previous experience/knowledge of being an activity co-ordinator

Job Type: Part-time

Pay: £11.44 per hour

Work Location: In person

Application deadline: 26/07/2021
Reference ID: BT / AC

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