Work with us
See the Person is doing care differently, and we can only do it with our teams.
We know that it is the staff in the community who have the knowledge, skills and local connections to make it work. They see clients every day, they know when they have hospital appointments or family visiting, they know what events are on locally.
Homecare professionals have specialised skills and experience that they can share with colleagues that are often not utilised. Teams can work together flexibly to plan for their leave and appointments so everyone can give and receive the cover they need.
We’ll give you a competitive wage that reflects the importance of your role.
We’ll invest in you as a person and make sure you have all the resources, training and support you need to do things differently.
We are building a team to do home care differently and trail blaze an approach that demonstrates that when you invest where it matters, everyone benefits.
Tired of being sent rotas that ignore your availability?
Fed-up with visits shoe-horned into a rota that is impossible to do safely?
Stressed by relentless calls from a remote office team for short-notice cover?
Concerned that a client hasn’t had a care plan review since you reported a change in need?
Disappointed by mechanical supervisions and meetings where you are “told” and not heard?
Insulted by being told to “ring the office” for every little occurrence?
Hoodwinked by promises of a fair wage only to find that travel-time and holiday pay have been “rolled-up” in the hourly rate?
Frustrated by the lack of development opportunities?
At See the Person we invest where it matters most.
And that investment starts with you,
See the Person is doing care differently, and we can only do it with our teams. We know that it is the staff in the community who have the knowledge, skills and local connections to make it work. They see clients every day, they know when they have hospital appointments or family visiting, they know what events are on locally, they have specialised skills and experience that they can share with colleagues, they know when they need a day off or have an appointment, they know when they are able to cover a colleague who needs the same.
Our Support Coordinators work in small, local teams that organise and supervise themselves. We equip them with the tools – including a tablet computer – to manage their schedules and workload with their colleagues based on what they hear every day from their clients. Their experience and intelligence are respected and trusted to update care plans with clients, or to carry or to carry out a competency observation with a colleague.
We incorporate additional (paid) time for them to utilise where they know it will be most beneficial – whether it’s carrying out a review with a client, providing an additional visit to a client to Skype a relative or have a game of scrabble, to arrange a meeting with colleagues to discuss new best-practice guidelines or to attend a specialised training course relevant to an individual client.
Travel time is paid in addition to contact and non-contact time, and mileage is reimbursed.
See the Person is part of South Yorkshire Housing Association. SYHA is an award winning not-for-profit organisation passionate about housing and supporting people to LiveWell, Settle at home and realise their potential.
A Sunday Times Best 100 Not-for-Profit organisation to work for and IiP Gold standard, we are a forward thinking, innovative and ambitious organisation, who genuinely invest in our people. We want to apply the same principles to prove that domiciliary care can, and should, be done better.
We currently own and manage over 6000 properties, support over 1600 vulnerable customers in care and supported housing projects and employ over 600 people.
See the Person is part of SYHA Enterprises which host our commercial enterprises that strive to have positive impact as well as generate revenue for the organisation so that we can support more people.
Find out more about us - our vision, values, and why we’d love you to be part of it.