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If you are interested in applying for a post, please call 01722 746848 for more information, or send your CV to careers@glensidecare.com  

Team Leader - Full and Part Time - Farnborough

Department: Farnborough
Reports to: Home Manager
Direct reports: Rehabilitation Assistants

Glenside are a specialist provider of neurological rehabilitation for individuals affected by acquired or traumatic brain injury.

Glenside Farnborough is a residential, slow stream rehabilitation service for adults with long term neurological conditions, traumatic or acquired brain injury, or other neurological conditions. This homely setting is ideally located to support the individual to become as independent as possible by facilitating access to the community for educational, vocational and employment opportunities.

Individuals can be admitted directly to Farnborough, or can transfer from other neurorehabilitation or neurobehavioural services within Glenside Salisbury.

The unique range of accommodation types allows the individual to trial more independent living options, moving from the personal ensuite bedrooms, into the studio or specially designed apartments, with back up support on site available, if required.

We are looking for Team Leaders to lead shifts and provide the highest standard of care, supervising the performance of staff in the home and administering medications.

Glenside Farnborough provides a great working environment with caring staff, committed to providing our service users with the very best outcomes possible.

We are looking Team Leaders for to work primarily on days but with some flexibility to cover occasional night shifts when required.

Experience of supervising staff within a care setting and medications management are a requirement for this role.

Disclosure and Barring Service Check
This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and as such it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service (formally known as CRB) to check for any previous criminal convictions.

We value the diversity of our staff and welcome applications from diverse communities.

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Rehabilitation Assistants - Full and Part Time - Farnborough

Department: Farnborough
Reports to: Home Manager
Direct reports: No direct reports

Do you:

Have previous experience of working in a care setting?

Feel passionate about providing high quality person centred care within a unique residential rehabilitation service?

Have the ability and enthusiasm to engage residents in stimulating activities?

Enjoy working as part of a team?

At Glenside, Farnborough we are a happy, motivated team who deliver care and rehabilitation to adults living with physical, cognitive and behavioural impairments resulting from acquired or traumatic brain injuries.

We are currently recruiting for enthusiastic and committed Rehabilitation Assistants to join our residential home in Farnborough, where our focus is on providing the highest quality service at all times.

Our Rehabilitation Assistants have a direct role in making a positive difference to a person’s rehabilitation by ensuring they are empowered with the skills to carry out their daily living in a supported environment.

Ideally you will have previous experience in a health or social care setting with exposure and understanding of challenging behaviour and ideally have an NVQ Level 2 or 3 in Health and Social Care, although this is not essential. A full, clean driving licence would also be ideal, but is not essential.

You might previously have worked as a Support Worker or Carer or Nursing Assistant within a residential / nursing or community setting or even as a volunteer. You will be enthusiastic with a genuine interest in caring and supporting individuals and their famililies through the rehabilitation journey.

Of course, experience is important but the most important qualities you will bring to Glenside are kindness, empathy and a genuine dedication to assisting people in the steps they take while celebrating each success no matter how big or small.

We are looking Rehabilitation Assistants to work primarily on days but with some flexibility to cover occasional night shifts when required.

Disclosure and Barring Service Check
This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and as such it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service (formally known as CRB) to check for any previous criminal convictions.

We value the diversity of our staff and welcome applications from diverse communities.

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Rehabilitation Assistant - Full Time and Part Time -Salisbury

Department: Ward
Reports to: Senior Rehabilitation Assistant
Direct reports: No direct reports

Are you looking to develop your career within care ?

Do you have an interest in specialising within the fields of Neuro Rehabilitation, Mental Health or Progressive Illnesses?

Would you like to work in an environment where you can provide high quality care in a safe and therapeutic environment?

Who are we and what do we do?

Glenside are the largest provider of specialist neurological rehabilitation in the South. Our Rehabilitation Assistants are a vital part of our teams, working alongside Nurses, Psychologists, Occupational Therapists, Physiotherapists, and Speech and Language Therapists to provide personalised care.

We employ a high staff-to-service-user ratio in order to provide rehabilitation and care which can enable the people we support to maximise independence and improve the quality of their lives.

Our Neuro Behavioural service supports individuals within our hospital and homes with varying degrees of complex needs resulting from an acquired brain injury or a progressive neurological condition. Given the nature of the injuries within the behaviour services our Rehabilitation Assistants receive training and support to understand the theory behind behaviour using the Positive Behaviour Support (PBS) model. This theory helps our Rehabilitation Assistants specialize in understanding the function behind behaviours and possible methods of altering their approaches to support relationship-building and goal-setting with these service users.

Written direction and collaborative discussions with therapists guide our Rehabilitation Assistants on how to engage with individuals in a variety of personalized tasks including social, vocational and daily living activities to reach their rehabilitation potential.

Our service users are supported in diverse environments which are appropriate for their individual needs; from our hospital to our care homes and through to our bungalows simulating independent living. All of these services are provided on site, located in the beautiful countryside just outside Salisbury.

What we offer to you

We provide a full classroom-based induction programme including a full day training with our AHP team. Training and development is offered on an ongoing basis; we encourage and will offer support to all of our Rehabilitation Assistants who wish to undertake a qualification in Health and Social Care.

In addition all of our Rehabilitation Assistants have MAPA training which enables our staff to manage risk behaviours through a variety of least-restrictive verbal and physical interventions.

We want to retain our great staff and therefore all of our career development opportunities are advertised internally. Many of our Rehabilitation Assistants have progressed to Activity Organisers, Senior Rehabilitation Assistants, Team Leaders and Therapy Assistants. We even offer funding opportunities for those staff looking to undertake a degree in Mental Health, Learning Disability or Adult Nursing.

You will work within enthusiastic and caring teams, every member of which is committed to providing care which enables our service users to achieve the very best outcomes possible.

What we are looking for

You might previously have worked as a Support Worker or Carer or Nursing Assistant within a residential / nursing or community setting, or even as a volunteer. You will be enthusiastic with a genuine interest in building therapeutic relationships with individuals and their families through the rehabilitation journey.

Of course, experience is important but the most important qualities you will bring to Glenside are kindness, empathy, sensitivity and a genuine dedication to assisting people in the steps they take while celebrating each success no matter how big or small.

There is a requirement to work flexibly in this post, including nights and weekends in order to maintain the high standards of care we deliver.

Disclosure and Barring Service Check
This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and as such it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service (formally known as CRB) to check for any previous criminal convictions.

We value the diversity of our staff and welcome applications from diverse communities.

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Staff Nurse - RGN - Full Time and Part Time- Salisbury - £32,684

Reports to: Ward Manager
Direct reports: Rehabilitation Assistants, Senior Rehabilitation Assistants

Are you looking for a role where you can spend time caring for individuals and their families?

Would you like to work in an environment where you can provide high quality care in a safe and therapeutic environment?

What we are looking for

We are recruiting for two Staff Nurses on our Langford and Kennet service.

Langford and Kennet form a step down service within the neurorehabilitation pathway. Individuals can be admitted directly, or transfer internally from Glenside’s hospital neurorehabilitation unit at Salisbury.

This service provides comprehensive individualised nursing care for adults with complex care needs with high physical dependency; a disorder of consciousness; or in need of tracheostomy management, including those in a Persistent Vegetative State, or those who have ‘locked-in’ syndrome requiring ongoing, long-term support, as well as palliative care and family support.

Service users benefit from high nursing skill ratios, with SMART assessments and ongoing SMART treatment programmes to ensure their care plans are personally developed and monitored to ensure they achieve their individual goals. Glenside can offer WHIM assessment and service users have access to therapy input on a referral basis, where required.

Our Staff Nurses help to set the tone within our services. We are looking for individuals who can provide a positive influence while supporting junior members of staff.

You should have either experience of or an interest in neuro disabilities with the skills and empathy to support individuals and their families.

Of course experience is important, but as important are the personal qualities you will bring to Glenside. We are looking for people who can display kindness, empathy and a genuine dedication to assisting people in the steps they take while celebrating each success no matter how big or small.

Who are we and what do we do?

Glenside are the largest provider of specialist neurological rehabilitation in the South. We are recruiting Staff nurses for our Neuro Rehabilitation Hospital and our high dependency, complex care homes.

Our Neuro Rehabilitation Pathway provides care and rehabilitation for individuals with high dependency complex care and rehabilitation needs. Service users and patients are admitted to Glenside from acute hospitals or other complex care providers where care and rehabilitation continues under the care of an MDT.

Our nurses are a vital part of our teams providing personalised person-centred care and developing individualised care plans in consultation with service users and family members.

We employ a high staff to service user ratio which means our nurses get to do what they do best; caring for individuals and their families. Our nurses provide care that assists in providing the very best quality of life in whichever environment is best suited to the needs of the patient or service user.

What we offer to you

We offer lots of support and development opportunities from in house training and support with revalidation to access to specialist training opportunities. We are committed to retaining our great staff and therefore we promote career development opportunities to our existing staff ranging from Senior Staff Nurse posts through to a variety of Management opportunities.

You will work within enthusiastic and caring teams where every member is committed to providing care which enables our service users to achieve the very best outcomes possible. You will have the opportunity to work within an MDT who are constantly looking for ways to improve outcomes for our service users.

The size of our organisation enables us to not only individualise the support given to all new employees but for those employees to have a direct line to senior management.

All of our nurses have access to peer to peer support forums and have the opportunity to get involved in a number of service development and improvement committees.

Disclosure and Barring Service Check
This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and as such it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service (formally known as CRB) to check for any previous criminal convictions.

We value the diversity of our staff and welcome applications from diverse communities.

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Senior Staff Nurse (RMN / RNLD) - Full Time and Part Time - £35,957

Department: Ward
Reports to: Manager
Direct reports: Staff Nurses, Senior Rehabilitation Assistants, Rehabilitation Assistants

Are you looking for a role where you can spend time caring for individuals and their families?

Would you like to work in an environment where you can provide high quality care in a safe and therapeutic environment?

What we are looking for

We are recruiting a Senior Staff Nurse for our Old Vicarage service.

Old Vicarage forms a step down service within the neuro behavioural pathway, offering specialist long-term care for male adults presenting with challenging behaviours as a result of an acquired or traumatic injury or other neurological condition. The service cares for people with severe cognitive impairment and behaviours precluding participation in rehabilitation and preventing the individual from residing in a less supportive environment. The service utilises an interdisciplinary approach to modify the individual’s behaviour to enable them to maximise their participation in community and in-house activities to improve and enhance their quality of life.

These services provide facilities which focus on supporting individuals to develop socially acceptable behavioural strategies through a variety of activities and positive behavioural support. Service users are involved in a range of social, leisure and vocational activities, including community access to help them achieve their goals.

Our Senior Staff Nurses help to set the tone within our services. We are looking for an individual who can provide a positive influence while identifying development opportunities for the staff they work with.

You should have either experience of or an interest in neuro disabilities with the skills and empathy to support individuals and their families.

We are looking for individuals who are constantly looking for opportunities to develop innovative solutions to improving quality of care.

Of course experience is important, but as important are the personal qualities you will bring to Glenside. We are looking for people who can display kindness, empathy and a genuine dedication to assisting people in the steps they take while celebrating each success no matter how big or small.

Who are we and what do we do?

Glenside are the largest provider of specialist neurological rehabilitation in the South.

Our Neuro Behavioural pathway provides care and rehabilitation for individuals with complex cognitive, physical and behavioural and emotional support needs and can support those detained under the Mental Health Act.

We employ a high staff to service user ratio which means our nurses get to do what they do best; caring for individuals and their families. Our Nurses provide rehabilitation and care that enables the people we support to maximise independence and improve the quality of their life.

Our service users are supported in a variety of environments which are appropriate for their individual needs; from our hospital to our care homes and through to our simulated independent living bungalows. All of these services are provided on the same site, located in the beautiful countryside just outside Salisbury.

What we offer to you

We offer lots of support and development opportunities from in house training and support with revalidation to access to specialist training opportunities. We are committed to retaining our great staff and therefore we promote career development opportunities to our existing staff ranging from Senior Staff Nurse posts through to a variety of Management opportunities.

You will work within enthusiastic and caring teams where every member is committed to providing care which enables our service users to achieve the very best outcomes possible. You will have the opportunity to work within an MDT who are constantly looking for ways to improve outcomes for our service users.

The size of our organisation enables us to not only individualise the support given to all new employees but for those employees to have a direct line to senior management.

All of our nurses have access to peer to peer support forums. Our Senior Staff Nurses have their own forum and have the opportunity to get involved in a number of service development and improvement committees.

Disclosure and Barring Service Check
This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and as such it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service (formally known as CRB) to check for any previous criminal convictions.

We value the diversity of our staff and welcome applications from diverse communities.

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Staff Nurse - RMN / RNLD - Full Time and Part Time - Salisbury - £32,684

Reports to: Ward Manager
Direct reports: Rehabilitation Assistants, Senior Rehabilitation Assistants

Are you looking for a role where you can spend time caring for individuals and their families?

Would you like to work in an environment where you can provide high quality care in a safe and therapeutic environment?

Who are we and what do we do?

Glenside are the largest provider of specialist neurological rehabilitation in the South. We are recruiting Staff nurses for our 14 bedded service in our on-site hospital and two on-site specialist slow-stream rehabilitation care homes which have between 22 and 14 beds each.

Our Neuro Behavioural pathway provides care and rehabilitation for individuals with complex cognitive, physical and behavioural and emotional support needs and can support those detained under the Mental Health Act.

Our nurses are a vital part of our teams, working alongside Occupational Therapists, Physiotherapists, Speech and Language Therapists and Psychologists to provide personalised person-centred care.

We employ a high staff to service user ratio which means our nurses get to do what they do best; caring for individuals and their families. Our Nurses provide rehabilitation and care that enables the people we support to maximise independence and improve the quality of their life.

Our service users are supported in a variety of environments which are appropriate for their individual needs; from our hospital to our care homes and through to our simulated independent living bungalows. All of these services are provided on the same site, located in the beautiful countryside just outside Salisbury.

What we offer to you

We offer lots of support and development opportunities from in house training and support with revalidation to access to specialist training opportunities. We are committed to retaining our great staff and therefore we promote career development opportunities to our existing staff ranging from Senior Staff Nurse posts through to Management opportunities.

You will work within enthusiastic and caring teams where every member is committed to providing care which enables our service users to achieve the very best outcomes possible. You will have the opportunity to work within an MDT who are constantly looking for ways to improve outcomes for our service users.

The size of our organisation enables us to not only individualise the support given to all new employees but for those employees to have a direct line to senior management.

All of our Nurses have access to peer to peer support forums and have the opportunity to get involved in a number of service development and improvement committees.

What we are looking for

Our Staff Nurses help to set the tone within our services. We are looking for individuals who can provide a positive influence while identifying development opportunities for staff they manage.

You will be at the heart of a multi-disciplinary team which includes Rehabilitation Assistants, Occupational Therapy, Speech and Language Therapy Physiotherapy and Psychology. You should have either experience or an interest in neuro rehabilitation with the skills and empathy to support individuals and their families through the rehabilitation journey.

We are looking for individuals who are constantly looking for opportunities to develop innovative solutions to improving quality of care.

Of course experience is important, but as important are the personal qualities you will bring to Glenside. We are looking for people who can display kindness, empathy and a genuine dedication to assisting people in the steps they take while celebrating each success no matter how big or small.

Disclosure and Barring Service Check
This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and as such it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service (formally known as CRB) to check for any previous criminal convictions.

We value the diversity of our staff and welcome applications from diverse communities.

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Speech and Language Therapist - Full Time or Part Time - Salisbury

Department: AHP
Reports to: SLT Lead

Glenside provides specialist assessment, treatment and rehabilitation for adults with acute and / or long-term neurological conditions including acquired or traumatic brain injury, through a complete range of rehabilitation services.

An exciting opportunity has arisen for an enthusiastic Band 6 Speech and Language Therapist, with appropriate experience in neurology, to join our friendly team at Glenside.

Glenside offer neurorehabilitation and a neuro-behavioural services to adults who have neurological impairments, which includes work on wards, in longer-term homes, and in transitional living bungalows. Service Users have a variety of diagnoses; including traumatic brain injury, complex strokes and degenerative neurological diseases.

You will have regular supervision with a Highly Specialist SLT, and access to regular SLT meetings and peer support groups. There will be opportunities to engage in service development, and to identify and pursue your own professional development needs.

We require a SLT with experience of working with adults who have acquired neurological conditions, and who is keen to develop their skills in working with this specialist caseload.

This post is offered on a full or part time basis.

Please note: this role closes on 24th August 2017 with interviews taking place on 30th August 2017

We offer full induction, mentoring and professional development opportunities.

Disclosure and Barring Service Check
This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and as such it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service (formally known as CRB) to check for any previous criminal convictions.

We value the diversity of our staff and welcome applications from diverse communities.

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Activities Organiser - Full Time - Salisbury

Department: Ward
Reports to: Senior Rehabilitation Assistant
Direct reports: No direct reports

Are you looking to develop your career within care ?

Would you like to work in an environment where you can develop and deliver a person-centered activity programme to assist individuals to reach their therapeutic goals?

Who are we and what do we do?

Glenside are the largest provider of specialist neurological rehabilitation in the South. Our Activity Organisers are a vital part of our teams, working alongside Rehabilitation Assistants, Nurses, Occupational Therapists, Physiotherapists, Speech and Language Therapists and Psychologists to provide personalised person-centered care.

We employ a high staff to service user ratio in order to provide rehabilitation and care that will enable the people we support to maximise independence and improve the quality of their life.

Our service users are supported in a variety of environments which are appropriate for their individual needs; from our hospital to our care homes and through to our simulated independent living bungalows. Activities are delivered either individually or in groups.

What we offer to you

We provide a full classroom based induction programme including a full day with our AHP team. Training and development is offered on an ongong basis, we encourage and will offer support to our Activity Organisers who wish to undertake a qualification in Health and Social Care.

We want to retain our great staff and therefore all of our career development opportunities are advertised internally. Our Activity Organisers have the opportunity to access internal career development opportunities such as Rehabilitation Assistants, Senior Rehabilitation Assistants, Team Leaders and Therapy Assistants. We even offer funding opportunities for those staff looking to undertake a degree in Adult, Mental Health or Learning Disability Nursing.

You will work within enthusiastic and caring teams, every member of which is committed to providing care which enables our service users to achieve the very best outcomes possible.

What we are looking for

You might previously have worked as a Support Worker, Carer, Nursing Assistant or Activity Organiser within a residential / nursing or community setting or even as a volunteer. You will be enthusiastic with a genuine interest in caring and supporting individuals and their famililies through the rehabilitation journey.

Of course, experience is important but the most important qualities you will bring to Glenside are kindness, empathy and a genuine dedication to assisting people in the steps they take while celebrating each success no matter how big or small.

The normal working pattern for this role will be Monday – Friday, however there maybe occassional need for activities to take place at the weekend and in the evenings, so some flexibility will be required.

We value the diversity of our staff and welcome applications from diverse communities.

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Domestic Assistant - Full Time and Part Time - Salisbury

Department: Housekeeping
Reports to: Housekeeping Supervisor

Glenside provide rehabilitation to individuals who have been affected by an acquired or traumatic brain injury.

All of our staff work towards ensuring that our service users attain the very best outcomes possible.

We are currently recruiting within our Housekeeping team for Domestic Assistants. Our Domestic Assistants work across the site in clinical and public areas as well as staff offices, to provide a safe, clean welcoming environment for our service users and their family and friends. An ability to work well within teams and alone is essential as is the ability to form good working relationships with other members of staff.

We have full and part time shift patterns available. Our standard shifts are:-

8am – 4pm and 12pm – 8pm over a 7 day shift pattern

In addition we have opportunities for weekend and evening shifts as well.

Due to the demands of our service, some flexibility will be required to ensure that standards are maintained and all service users and their families experience a pleasant, safe, clean and welcoming environment.

Disclosure and Barring Service Check
This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and as such it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service (formally known as CRB) to check for any previous criminal convictions.

We value the diversity of our staff and welcome applications from diverse communities.

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Bank Nursing and Rehab Assistant Roles

We also invite applicants to contact us for flexible working opportunities in Bank staff – Nursing and Rehab Assistant roles.

If you are interested in a Bank staff Nursing or Rehab Assistant role, please send your CV to: careers@glensidecare.com

For more information about Careers at Glenside please visit our page Careers page

Recruitment Agencies please note: Glenside manage recruitment internally and work with a limited “preferred supplier list” (PSL) of external agencies. We do not accept unsolicited CV’s from agencies who are not on our PSL. Should a CV be submitted speculatively outside of our PSL, it will be considered a gift and we retain the absolute right to pursue and hire that candidate without any obligation to any third-party terms and conditions even when these form part of the CV. We will not pay any agency fees associated with unsolicited third-party applications.