Bank Care Leader

£15.40 Per Hour
England, London, South East London
Zero hour

Job Title: Bank Care Leader
Hours: Zero hours
Salary: £15.40 per hour
Location: Blackheath

Are you a driven individual who can make a positive difference to people’s lives? Are you Supportive and Passionate about Care?

Cullum Welch Court is part of Morden College a Charity dedicated to supporting older people. The home combines residential living with 24-hour expert care and support for individuals with complex health conditions, dementia, or palliative care needs.

The Role

You will feel like part of the Morden College family when you join us as a Bank Care Leader at Cullum Welch Court. As a Bank Care Leader you will work alongside the Registered Nurse to administer medication and controlled drugs. You will be responsible for the induction and supervision of staff.

  • Managing Diaries
  • Contacting GP’s
  • Ordering Medications
  • Observations and supervisions
  • Writing care plans and assessments
  • Managing the rota


We are looking for someone to bring leadership, commitment, integrity, passion, and enthusiasm to the role that people using our service deserve.

You will be yourself, have a sense of fun and take ownership of all aspects of your role, whilst being a positive role model for others and an ambassador for Morden College.

  • As a Bank Care Leader, you will be visible with a leadership style that encourages positivity, is person centred and responsive to the needs of residents.
  • You will develop a programme of activity that is tailored and meaningful that focuses on maximising wellbeing, independence, social engagement and stimulates the highest quality of life and enjoyment.
  • You will be responsible for creating and effectively maintaining clear and accurate care records including care plans and assessments.

About you.

  • Ability to use your imagination to engage others.
  • Ability to make others smile.
  • Ability to work from the heart.
  • Ability to make the most of the time you have, to provide positive social interactions.
  • To be non-judgemental towards others.
  • Ability to listen and respect others’ points of view even if you disagree.
  • Prepared to challenge yourself to try new things.
  • Show authority by personally intervening when appropriate.
  • Personally, show awareness of responses of others to your actions and behaviors.
  • Reflect on your own work and give and receive constructive feedback to enable team development.


Our values are at the heart of everything that we do, and we are passionate about providing high quality care through our person-centred focus.

Our Values include Respectful, Compassionate, Accountable & Progressive.


We will provide you with 20 days’ holiday plus bank holidays (pro-rata for part-time roles), additional holidays for long service, an enhanced pension, free onsite parking, a 24/7 employee assistance programme, life assurance and flexible working. The College actively encourages individuals to expand their knowledge and understanding to the benefit of all parties, and actively supports CPD opportunities through a generous learning and development budget.

Call us now for more information or to apply on 0121 713 8330 or

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