Charity registered in Scotland SC004538
The Greenock Medical Aid Society is looking for an experienced and enthusiastic member to chair our PR & Fundraising Committee, also to be available to attend ten meetings per year as a Trustee on our Executive Board.
GMAS is a charity providing care for older people through two care homes in Greenock with full nursing support at Bagatelle (40 beds) and Glenfield (33 beds). The same high quality of care and standard of living is offered in each Home. In partnership with River Clyde Homes a sheltered housing complex at Bagatelle Court is in operation.
Our values underpin all we do, shape who we are and how we work with one another, in our organisation and in the community.
Quality: Strive for excellence in all aspects of our work
Dignity: Respect the unique worth of every person (that includes people who access our services, families, employees and volunteers)
Justice: Act with integrity, honesty, commitment and accountability in everything we do to ensure equity, fairness and transparency
Teamwork: Foster an environment that encourages change, growth, trust in our organisation and in partnership with others, working together as one team
The PR & Fundraising Convener would maintain & develop our fundraising strategy, they will be someone who can lend their expertise and help build networks and contacts to raise the profile of Greenock Medical Aid Society (GMAS).
This is a great opportunity to join a forward-thinking charity fully committed to those entrusted into our care.
Working with Lead Physio across 2 care homes (Bagatelle & Glenfield)
· Assisting the Lead Physiotherapist to carry out physiotherapy duties maintaining high professional standards.
· To ensure a high standard of care with each resident, working with all disciplines involved.
· To assist the Lead Physiotherapist with complex cases requiring two people.
· To work unsupervised, reporting back on resident’s progress and informing the Lead Physiotherapist of any problems
· To maintain resident care records within professional codes of practice, chartered society of physiotherapy guidelines and current legislation.
· To monitor residents for the prescription of mobility aids.
To conduct therapeutic exercise classes independently, as Covid-19 restrictions allow.