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 ⇒ Level 3 Diploma in Adult Care ⇒ Level 3 Diploma Optional Units ⇒ Unit 366 Knowledge, skills and behaviour expected of a lead adult care worker ⇒ 1.3 Describe the lead adult care workers role in supporting recruitment and induction of new staff

1.3 Describe the lead adult care workers role in supporting recruitment and induction of new staff

Qualification: Level 3 Diploma in Adult Care Optional Units
Unit: Unit 366 Knowledge, skills and behaviour expected of a lead adult care worker
Learning outcome: 1 Know the behaviours expected of the lead adult care worker
Assessment criteria: 1.3 Describe the lead adult care workers role in supporting recruitment and induction of new staff

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  • Lead adult care workers may be involved in the supporting the recruitment and induction of new staff
  • However, the exact role that the lead adult care worker plays in these areas will vary between organisations
  • Some areas for which a lead adult care work may be involved are outlined below:
  • Advertising for Job Roles: Involvement in creating and posting job adverts to attract suitable candidates, ensuring clarity in role expectations and qualifications required.
  • Writing Job Descriptions: Crafting detailed job descriptions that clearly outline the responsibilities, skills, and qualifications needed for the role.
  • Reviewing Application Forms: Assessing and shortlisting applications to identify potential candidates who meet the required criteria.
  • Interviewing: Participating in the interview process, asking relevant questions to gauge the suitability of candidates for the care environment.
  • Inducting New Starters: Leading the induction process for new staff, introducing them to the workplace, policies, procedures, and team members.
  • Facilitating Training: Organizing and conducting training sessions for new staff to ensure they are equipped with necessary skills and knowledge.
  • Providing Support: Offering ongoing support and guidance to new staff, helping them integrate into the team and understand their role fully.
  • Monitoring Progress: Keeping track of the development and performance of new staff during their initial period and providing feedback for improvement.
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