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If you would like to apply for a job please download an application and send it to us using the address below. You may also call our Human Resources Department on 443604 if you would like further information.

We are currently seeking applications for the following posts:

 

 

 

  • Care Assistants
  • Health Visitor Administrative Assistant for Child and Family Services
  • Fundraising Support Officer
  • Trainee Advanced Clinical Practitioner Development (ACP) post (Grade 6A)
  • Committee Member (with clinical background)

Working for a not for profit organisation can make a big difference to your role.

We are a value based organisation that puts people at the heart of all we do.

Due to continued business growth, we have a number of Care Assistant positions available.

 

Hours of Work:

Variable over 7 days on a rota

Salary:

£14.00 per hour plus enhanced payment for early morning, evenings and weekends.

 

Key Skills:

  • Possession of NVQ / QCF Level 2 in Care is desirable, however training is available for the right candidates
  • Experience in Health Care settings is desirable
  • Excellent communication and team work skills
  • Basic keyboard skills desirable 
  • Car Driver/Owner Essential

 

We offer competitive terms and conditions including:

  • Paid holiday entitlement
  • Sick pay
  • Travel Allowance
  • Option to join a pension scheme 
  • Opportunities to develop your professional skills and support personal development through the appraisal process and in house training in our own training department

 

For an application pack, please contact the FNHC HR Department.

Tel: (01534) 443626 or email HR@fnhc.org.je

 

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Health Visitor Administrative Assistant for Child and Family Services

18.5 hours per week

Salary £11,206 to £12,332 per annum pro rata (£11.60 to £12.77 per hour)

A post has arisen within Family Nursing & Home Care for an enthusiastic and highly motivated person to offer clerical support to the Child and Family Services.  The post holder will co-ordinate client appointments and undertake general clerical duties.  Computer skills are essential.

You will need to be highly organised, have excellent communication skills, an ability to work alone and within a team.

To receive an information pack, please contact Amanda De Freitas on 443626 or email HR@fnhc.org.je

This post requires 5 years residency.

 

Closing date for applications: 05 April 2021 at 5pm

 

Download Job Specification 

 

Salary range:

£27,280 to £30,174

 

Main accountabilities:

To be a first point of contact for all enquiries to the charity in relation to donations and fundraising activities.


Following external training, to maintain accurate and up-to-date supporter records on the fundraising CRM system (Donorflex) and filing systems, including but not limited to;

Co-ordinating monthly and adhoc direct debit files/processing


Managing and updating templates


Developing reports from the Donorflex system


Administering the FNHC Draw Club (2000 Club)


Developing customer databases


To support community fundraising activities and sponsored events, through the fulfilment of fundraising materials requests, mailing out of fundraising packs, processing of sponsorship forms, promotional mailings etc.


To process and fulfil merchandise orders (e.g. Christmas cards, event merchandise, maintaining accurate sales records and liaison with external groups involved in this activity.)


To support the administration of all collections including FNHC’s static collection tins, FNHC’s Tap To Donate machines, or anything needed for any other promotional activities etc. To ensure that agreements are in place, money coming into the Fundraising Office is accurately accounted for on the Donorflex system and all appropriate correspondence is sent acknowledging donations.


To be responsible for responding to all gift in-kind enquiries, liaising with donors as appropriate.


To assist in the organisation of FNHC events and attend events affiliated to FNHC as needed (e.g. those held.


To research and develop accurate mailing lists based on contact communication preferences and the collation of information to support the different fundraising and communication activities, e.g. Corporate Fundraising.


To support FNHC’s membership of the Association of Jersey Charities (AJC)


To work with the Fundraising and Communications Team to create a monthly internal newsletter if needed and assist in communications with donors, supporters and volunteers including contributing to and the facilitation of mailings, newsletters and on-line fundraising news.
To assist with administering the FNHC website and social media channels.


To undertake any other duties that may be required and are appropriate to the post, as requested by the Fundraising Manager and the Head of Communications.


To undertake and participate constructively in the induction process, regular supervision, appraisal and relevant training. To contribute positively to continuous improvement of services.


To maintain confidentiality in line with organisational policy in relation to service users, staff and business sensitive information.


To work in line with the policies and procedures of FNHC and act as a representative/ambassador of the charity in all your duties. Willingness to work some unsocial hours (including occasional weekends and evenings) as required for fundraising activities/events.

 

Freedom to Act:

To be able to work independently and as part of the Fundraising and Communications Team.
To be able to use own initiative and act independently in a range of situations and recognise when it is appropriate to refer matters to the Fundraising Manager and/or Head of Communications and ask for guidance as needed.

 

General:


• To work in accordance with the FNHC’s standards to consistently demonstrate the behaviours required to fulfil the promises we have made to the people of Jersey. These promises, developed with our patients, carers and staff help us deliver the pledges in the FNHC Constitution and our own corporate objectives.


• The post holder is required to carry out their role in accordance with the Association values, standards and behaviours, in a professional, compassionate, respectful and safe way.


• To ensure that FNHC's policies and procedures are adhered to by all employees.


• To have responsibility for the Health, Safety and Welfare of self and others and to comply at all times with the requirements of the Health and Safety Regulations and the FNHC's Health and Safety policies and procedures.


• To ensure confidentiality at all times, only releasing confidential information obtained during the course of employment to those acting in an official capacity in accordance with the provisions of the Data Protection Act and its amendments.


• To work in accordance with the FNHC’s policies to eliminate unlawful discrimination and promote equality and diversity in the workplace. To positively promote at all times equality of opportunity in service delivery and employment in accordance with FNHC policies, regardless of age, disability, race, nationality, ethnic or national origin, gender, religion, belief, sexual orientation or domestic circumstances.


• To comply with the FNHC's Safe Guarding Children and Vulnerable Adults policies, procedures and protocols. All individual members of staff (paid or unpaid) have a duty to safeguard and promote the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults.

 

This will require you to:

Ensure you are familiar with and comply with the Safeguarding Procedures and protocols for promoting and safeguarding the welfare of children and young people.

Ensure you are familiar and comply with the Multi Agency Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults Procedures.

Ensure you are familiar and comply with local protocols and systems for information sharing.

Know the appropriate contact numbers and required reporting lines.

Comply with required professional boundaries and codes of conduct.

To undertake such other duties as may be reasonably required from time to time as are consistent with the responsibilities of the post.

This job description is not an exhaustive document, but is a reflection of the current position. The job holder may from time to time, be asked to undertake other reasonable duties. Any change will be made in discussion with the job holder in light of service needs.

 

To apply for this role:

For an informal chat about this role, please contact our Fundraising Manager, Debbie Farley, on (01534) 443666 or email: d.farley@fnhc.org.je

 

For an application pack, please contact our HR team: HR@fnhc.org.je

 

Please note that applicants for this role must possess 5 years' residency in Jersey.

 

The closing date for applications is 31 March, 2021.

 

Find out more about us on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Instagram by searching "Family Nursing & Home Care."

 

Development Role - Trainee Advanced Clinical Practitioner Grade 6A

 There is an exciting opportunity for an enthusiastic, innovative and motivated senior staff nurse to take a new position to lead and develop an overnight community nursing service and develop and embed the Advanced Clinical Practice role in community nursing.

 

The service will aim to offer a bespoke community nursing service that includes alternatives to hospital admission, including patients requiring a high level of clinical assessment and decision making to support delivery of nursing care within the patients home.

 

We are looking for candidates who can demonstrate a high level of clinical skills and expertise, excellent communication skills and the ability to work collaboratively within a multidisciplinary team and in the wider multi-professional setting.

 

As a new service the specification may broaden dependent on the needs identified.

 

The candidate will be expected to be flexible over a 7 night working week and have extended clinical and high level assessment skills with proven clinical decision making abilities. In addition you will be required to demonstrate excellent leadership and team co-ordination skills.

 

The role will include collaborative working with other stakeholders, negotiation and interpersonal skills and cross boundary working. Change management skills will be essential.

 

As a development post you will be expected to complete an approved MSc programme covering the four pillars of advanced clinical practice, along with a portfolio of core and service specific clinical competencies. On successful completion you will be upgraded to the appropriate grading (Grade 7) and will be an Advanced Clinical Practitioner. 

 

As a new role and service data collection, analysis and reporting will be a key element of the role.

 

If this exciting opportunity interests you contact the HR department on (01534) 443626 for an application pack or email HR@fnhc.org.je

 

Closing date: 30 April, 2021

 

For further information please contact either Clare Stewart: 07700 776613 cl.stewart@fnhc.org.je or Tia Hall : 07829 874014 ti.hall@fnhc.org.je

 

For more information about Family Nursing & Home Care please visit our website: www.fnhc.org.je or search "Family Nursing & Home Care" on social media channels.

Join our Committee and make a difference to Islanders.

We’re seeking someone with a passion for healthcare and people to become part of the Committee of one of Jersey’s longest established and largest charities.

Family Nursing & Home Care provides care and support for Islanders of all ages, from pre-birth to end of life.

The person we’re seeking needs to have a clinical background so that we can benefit from their skills and knowledge, as we are nursing and home care specialists. This is a fantastic opportunity to use your skills in a voluntary role, supporting our valuable work.

The primary role of the FNHC Committee members is to gain assurance from the CEO and SMT through evidence and reporting that the organisation is appropriately governed, safe and compliant with legislation and regulation. As a Committee member along with the CEO and SMT, you will be registered as an accountable officer under the Jersey Care Commission.

 FNHC is regulated by the Jersey Care Commission to ensure safe and high standards of care and being provided to the public. FNHC is also regulated and registered with the Charity commission who overs the work that the organisation does through its charitable function and purpose.  

To find out more, please read the information below and contact our HR department to find out more and obtain more details. Email our HR team: HR@fnhc.org.je or call (01534) 442000.

 

Purpose of the role:

The Committee Member will support Family Nursing & Home Care’s (FNHC) to develop and achieve its strategic aims and objectives and to ensure that all assets are used exclusively for the best interest of its members/supporters and the islanders of Jersey.


FNHC is regulated by the Jersey Care Commission to ensure safe and high standards of care and being provided to the public. FNHC is also regulated and registered with the Charity commission who overs the work that the organisation does through its charitable function and purpose. 

The primary role of the Committee members is to gain assurance from the CEO and SMT through evidence and reporting that the organisation is appropriately governed, safe and compliant with legislation and regulation. As a Committee member along with the CEO and SMT, you will be registered as an accountable officer under the Jersey Care Commission.

 

Main Responsibilities:

Gain assurance that the organisation is appropriately governed, regulated and compliant.

 

Time commitment:

To attend Committee meetings, the AGM and any other necessary meetings (such as Subcommittee groups, and developmental/ planning sessions) as agreed between the post holder and the Chair. Under normal circumstances this will consist of quarterly meetings, of 12 hours, AGMs, of 3 hours and ad hoc hours required.

 

· Ensure FNHC complies with its governing documentation (i.e. its Constitution) and other relevant regulations or legislation, and that FNHC actively aims to achieve its objectives and utilises its resources correctly, these include financial resources, people resources and material resources

 

· Actively contribute to the Committee in helping to provide firm strategic direction, the setting of overall policy, the defining of goals and the setting of targets and the evaluation of performance

 

· Take part on recruitment and disciplinary panels and other, if required

 

· Represent FNHC at requisite functions, charity events and meetings, where appropriate

 

· Assist in the protection and the suitable management of the property of FNHC, and to ensure investment of assets

 

· Ensure that safeguarding of Adults and children is everyone’s business and that all staff member including the committee have a duty to safeguard and protect the wellbeing of Adults and children within the organisation

 

· Act as an accountable officer as part of care regulation legislation

 

General:

To work in accordance with the FNHC’s standards to consistently demonstrate the behaviours required to fulfil the promises we have made to the people of Jersey. These promises, developed with our patients, carers and staff help us deliver the pledges in the FNHC Constitution and our own corporate objectives


The post holder is required to carry out their role in accordance with the organisation values, standards and behaviours, in a professional, compassionate, respectful and safe way
To ensure that FNHC's policies and procedures are adhered to by all employees


To have responsibility for the health, safety and welfare of self and others and to comply at all times with the requirements of the Health and Safety Regulations and the FNHC's Health and Safety Policies and Procedures


To ensure confidentiality at all times, only releasing confidential information obtained during the course of employment to those acting in an official capacity in accordance with the provisions of the Data Protection Act and its amendments


To work in accordance with the FNHC’s policies to eliminate unlawful discrimination and promote equality and diversity in the workplace. To positively promote at all times equality of opportunity in service delivery and employment in accordance with FNHC policies, regardless of age, disability, race, nationality, ethnic or national origin, gender, religion, belief, sexual orientation or domestic circumstances


To comply with the FNHC's Safe Guarding Children and Vulnerable Adults policies, procedures and protocols. All individual members of staff (paid or unpaid) have a duty to safeguard and promote the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults

This will require you to:
Ensure you are familiar with and comply with the Safeguarding Procedures and Protocols for promoting and safeguarding the welfare of children and young people.
Ensure you are familiar and comply with the Multi Agency Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults Procedures
Ensure you are familiar and comply with local protocols and systems for information sharing
Know the appropriate contact numbers and required reporting lines
Comply with required professional boundaries and codes of conduct

 

Contact us

Family Nursing & Home Care

Le Bas Centre

St Saviour’s Road

St Helier

JE2 4RP

01534 443600