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Accounts and Payroll Trainee Vacancy with Routes Healthcare - Macclesfield

Routes Healthcare (North) Ltd are looking to recruit a new member of the team to join our Central Services function in our Macclesfield office.

The vacancy is for an Accounts and Payroll Trainee.

The position is full time and further information can be found by clicking on the appropriate link below.

Closing date for CV and cover letter applications is Monday 28 January 2013 - send to louisecaine@routeshealthcare.com

Accounts and Payroll Trainee Vacancy

Posted by: on July 11st, 2012 @ 09:13 AM

Carers of young and old 'are struggling to cope'

The pressure of looking after children while caring for elderly relatives is taking its toll on all aspects of family life, a Carers UK survey suggests.

It found that a third of "sandwich carers" had to give up work, while two-thirds said their marriages had been damaged.

The charity is calling for care services and employers to support the 2.4 million families in this situation.

Three-quarters of those surveyed said they had suffered a loss of earnings, and 95% said the pressure of caring had affected their ability to work.

When asked about family finances, 52% said the cost of caring for elderly relatives was having an impact while 50% reported they were struggling with childcare costs.

The responsibilities of caring for young and old can be detrimental to family life too, the survey suggests, with two-thirds of sandwich carers reporting damage to their marriages or personal relationships.

View the original article here.

Posted by: on November 30th, 2012 @ 09:24 AM

Well done Routes Healthcare Sale and Manchseter on your fantastic audit!

On working in partnership with one of the largest councils in the country Yvonne Barlow, Routes Branch Manager Manchester said “I’m delighted with the feedback from the recent audit, it caps off a wonderful year of supplying health, social and childcare professionals.  I’d like to thank everyone within the Manchester Branch, it’s the fantastic teamwork that has enabled us to achieve this result, and re-enforces the company’s ethos of Excellence in All We Do!  So, not only an excellent result but we have also been offered extra work”.  I received the following direct written feedback immediately after:  

“Yvonne, It was good to meet with you again this afternoon and I am pleased to confirm the positive result of the audit.  I have now put Routes on the distribution lists for shifts at various units.  For any candidates who are accepted for Children's Residential they will need a care profile (new format from January 2013) and must take this along with their CRB for their first shift at any of the units

The roles are Children's Residential Support Worker and Night Residential Support Worker and candidates require care and control training and must have twelve months experience of working in a children's residential setting.

We also have placements in the Quick Access Centre and the Homeless Hostels, there is no specific training required but candidates must have an enhanced CRB.”

Posted by: on December 12nd, 2012 @ 12:26 AM

Accounts & Payroll Trainee Vacancy Routes Healthcare - Macclesfield

Routes Healthcare (North) Ltd are looking to recruit a new member of the team to join our Central Services function in our Macclesfield office.

The vacancy is for an Accounts and Payroll Trainee.

The position is full time and further information can be found by clicking on the appropriate link below.

Closing date for CV and cover letter applications is Monday 28 January 2013 - send to louisecaine@routeshealthcare.com

Accounts and Payroll Trainee Vacancy

Posted by: Andrew Healing on January 3rd, 2013 @ 1:51 PM

Training - Why Bother?

Attending training courses can often seem like a chore and not the best way of utilising your free time and sometimes even your day off!

However if you want to deliver the highest standard of care possible, it’s vital to have up to date training and you never know, you might just enjoy it!

 

Recently training has been identified as a key factor towards improving the Care Industry and fighting issues such as Safeguarding of Vulnerable Adults. 

Paul Burstow MP has introduced a new bill to include a new offence of corporate neglect in the Health and Social Care Act 2008.

 In this he stated:

‘We need a complete shift in the way care workers are viewed by society by recognising them as professionals. They should be paid and trained as such.’

‘Jobs are usually underpaid and under trained, which means there is a serious lack of skills.’

 

The Prime Minister has announced the Care Quality Commission will do a ‘root and branch review’ of induction training for care staff. The review is to ensure that nobody can provide unsupervised help without an appropriate level of training. New minimum training standards for care staff will be published within weeks.

At Routes we already recognise the importance of training for all our staff working with Vulnerable Adults.

All our staff attend Mandatory Training on induction and Annual Training to keep up to date with changes in policies, procedures and legislation. There are also a number of courses staff can attend for on-going development.

I think that it’s a really positive step to see new minimum training standards being introduced and this will help to achieve the outcome we all want – To Provide an Excellent Standard of Care!

For further information:

http://www.number10.gov.uk/news/friends-and-family-test-nhs/

http://www.guardian.co.uk/social-care-network/2013/jan/22/change-law-protect-vulnerable-people

Posted In : Training
Posted by: Abby Hough on January 29th, 2013 @ 11:40 AM

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