Care Liaison Advisor

Guide Salary: £22k - £25k DOE

Closing Date: 16th November 2020

Location: Working from home currently with a view to being relocated to either Maidstone Hospital ME16 or Tunbridge Wells Hospital TN2

Available vacancy: Care Liaison Advisor
Location: Working from home currently with a view to being relocated to either Maidstone Hospital ME16 or Tunbridge Wells Hospital TN2
Salary: £22k – £25k DOE
Hours:  40hrs per week – Monday-Friday

Interested in becoming a Care Liaison Advisor? Do you own your own car and hold a full current driving licence?

We will need you to undergo an enhanced check with the Disclosure and Barring Service. 


About Us

CHS Healthcare/Carehome Selection has been a trusted provider to the NHS since 1995 and we pride ourselves on being a successful, dynamic and growing company. We are the largest independent Care Coordinator in the UK, with a large and ever-growing portfolio of work/contracts with the NHS. We have built a reputation as a trusted patient focused service provider specialising in supporting hospital discharge pathways.  This includes care coordination for patients under the Discharge to Assess pathway, and the sourcing of suitable care homes or packages of care for clients leaving hospital. 

You are unique, so are we. 

Here at CHS we are unique in what we do, so we need people who are unique to help us do it. We value the visible and invisible qualities, that make you who you are. 

We are passionate about supporting our patients and their families. To do that well, we need a workforce that reflects the diverse communities we serve. Our inclusive culture celebrates all of our differences, and we want you to feel empowered to bring your full, authentic self to work. We are proud members of the Disability Confident Scheme, and are dedicated to ensuring we attract, employ and develop individuals with disabilities, at all levels. If you have a disability, we would love the opportunity to speak to you and discuss the support we can offer.  Please contact our Recruitment/HR Department for a chat.


About the role

You will be working closely with hospital discharge teams in a varied role:

  • Sourcing both short term and long-term care home placements/packages of care for clients working towards a quick, safe and correct discharge plan for patients. 
  • Sourcing care to cater for a variety of needs, including complex physical disabilities, challenging behaviour and mental health. 
  • Liaising with care homes, care agencies, senior health and social care staff, patients and their families. 
  • Meeting and working with families, often at a great time of stress. You will need to work with them in a sensitive and empathetic way.  
  • Sharing updates and acting as the link between services and service users. This is vital to the successful delivery of a high-quality service whilst ensuring discharge happens within set timescales. 
  • Visiting care homes and building relationships with home managers and their teams.
  • Working across multiple locations. 
  • Participating in hospital tracking/stranded/super stranded meetings. 
  • Building knowledge of the NHS in order to understand the pressures and importance of timely discharges. 
  • Required to use your own car. 


Key skills required: 

  • Highly driven / motivated.
  • Strong interpersonal skills and an ability to adapt your approach to suit a diverse audience.
  • Administration – you must take pride in the quality of your work and protect the sensitive data you will be handling / exposed to.
  • High attention to detail.
  • Confident user of systems/databases/Microsoft Office.
  • Excellent organisation / time management.
  • Problem solver / able to use own initiative / ability to adapt to change quickly.
  • Able to work in challenging environments.
  • Natural multitasker and ability to prioritise workload.
  • Proactive rather than responsive.
  • Confident in managing complex queries / situations.
  • Calm under pressure.
  • Keen to exceed expectations / targets.
  • Able to follow processes.
  • Forward thinking with a persuasive and positive, can-do manner.
  • Desire to learn and develop through feedback.
  • Flexible.
  • A genuine team player.


In return you will be given the opportunity to work in a company that is growing strongly year on year. CHS Healthcare can offer you career progression and ongoing training to help you achieve your career objectives.   We look for highly motivated individuals who have a genuine desire to build long lasting relationships and with a passion to succeed. We look forward to hearing from you. 


Next steps

Please send your CV to: Maxine O’Neill

Please include your mobile number on your CV as you will be sent a text if you are shortlisted to take part in a structured competency-based telephone interview 

Closing Date for applications is 16th November 2020

Face to face interviews will be held: Wednesday 25th & Thursday 26th November 2020

Due to the high volume of applications, we are unable to respond to candidates who are not shortlisted. Please therefore assume your application is unsuccessful if we have not contacted you three weeks following the closing date. 


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