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Care Givers, Carers, Care and Support Workers required to work for reputed care company. Excellent pay, pension benefits. Start on our Career Journey and progress to Senior Care Assistant or step-up to one of our office roles. All Training provided for new starters. Applicants must be 16 or over. Start on our Career Journey and progress to Senior Care Assistant or step-up to one of our office roles. All Training provided for new starters
Provide personal care assistance to clients, including bathing, dressing, grooming, and toileting. - Assist with meal preparation and feeding as needed. - Follow care plans and provide companionship to clients. - Assist with light housekeeping tasks such as tidying up, laundry, and cleaning. - Monitor and report any changes in client's condition or behavior. - Provide assistance with mobility and transfers. - Administer medication under the direction of a nurse or healthcare professional. - Provide specialized care for clients with dementia or behavioral issues. - Maintain a safe and clean environment for clients.
I am looking for a male Personal Assistant / Carer to assist with personal care i.e. toileting, bathing, dressing and undressing. I will have to be fed and you should be capable to make sakes, prepare breakfast, tea and coffee as well as heat up meals..... Housekeeping duties with cleaning & moping, laundry & ironing. Assisting with communication & attend a range of locations. Communication assistance with my phone calls regarding health, home, social services and personal work, interests, and hobbies. Attend to assist me at appointments, shops (sometimes) and to eat out. Skills required and preferred: Great communication in speaking and listening carefully due to my speaking difficulty. Really well-spoken English A clear understanding of the local area/services. No formal qualifications required, but some experience preferred with social care. Importantly having a caring and patient manner to listen and carry out task asked by a disabled person.
Responsibilities: - Provide support and assistance to individuals with learning difficulties - Assist with personal care tasks such as helping individuals to the bathroom - Support individuals in arts and crafts activities - Document and report any changes in the individuals condition or behaviour - Encourage individuals with any challenges they may face - Build a good rapport with individuals so they are able to come to you with any problems, if any Requirements: - Experience with arts and crafts is beneficial - Previous experience working with individuals with learning difficulties is preferred - Strong communication and interpersonal skills - Ability to work independently and as part of a team - Compassionate and patient demeanour - Ability to pass a background check Note: This job description is intended to provide a general overview of the position. Duties and responsibilities may vary depending on the specific needs of the individuals being supported.
We are hiring healthcare support workers to join our team Duties includes but not limited to monitoring patients and performing basic health checks. making patients feel comfortable. washing and dressing patients. serving meals,helping to feed patients and escorting to appointments
Supporting adults with mental health diagnoses, engaging in activities and supporting them with their everyday needs, such as supportin gthem to go shopping, maintain a clean environment, and administer mediation. Waking night and days available. Must have Minimum 1 year experience. NVQ- level 3 desirable.
We are looking for a support worker / carer for our friendly 16 year old son who is autistic, has epilepsy and other health issues. When working you will be assisting him with everyday skills and activities as well as feeding, bathing and all his personal care. You would often work together with another team member to engage him in therapy and to take him to any planned activities like swimming, his school club and other activities. But sometimes he is unwell after a seizure and will then just need care and nurturing and patience. Initiative and new ideas are encouraged. The role also involves waking night supports. When working overnight you will need to make sure that he is safe and alert parents in case of a seizure. This position could suit a part time student of a related field or someone who already works with children or teenagers or autistic adults part-time, or someone who has a keen interest in autism and disability. You should be responsible, cheerful, honest and very reliable. You also need to be physically strong and healthy as he needs a lot of support. You will be trained by members of the team as well as the education consultant. You also will be taught a little bit of the principles of behaviour therapy (ABA) to make sure that he is dealt with consistently. Duties -keeping him safe -accompany him on a lot of activities in the community (part of his curriculum) but also activities at home (like painting and sensory, games and reading to him). - helping him with all his personal care, toileting and feeding and other health needs. - general tidying of his things and his clothes and keeping his environment tidy. Helping with his laundry. - occasional babysitting - occasionally prepare meals ~ Requirements: - Must have expierinece with disability and /or autism - Must speak English - Must have good references - Must be able to work sole charge and shared care - flexibility - Open minded and a positive person. - Willing to help with the other child when needed - not be afraid of dogs - ideally commit for minimum a year (This is not a temporary position.) - able to work in the UK - PAYE position with paid holidays. Working Hours: 38 -40 (some day shifts and 1-2 waking night shifts) (sometimes you would work more hours when covering for colleagues. Accommodation: Live Out Salary Offered: £15 per hour initially increasing to £16 after 24 weeks. This role has a starting salary of £30,628 per annum, based on working 38 hours per week. This salary will be pro-rata ** for part time working.** Starting Date: ASAP Training provided Family are based close to Finsbury Park. Please reply with a small cover letter explaining why you are interested, send us your CV and relevant references. Also please send us a copy of a recent DBS if you have one, otherwise we are happy to DBS for you. We look forward to hearing from you.
Full Job Description Are you a caring, passionate person interested in working as a Home Care Assistant supporting people in their own home environment? Look no further, as we are looking to recruit individuals who want to become Home Care Assistants and Support Workers; you do not need any experience as full training will be given to people who are passionate, show dedication, and are empathetic. Main duties to include: • Domestic support- Domestic tasks such as taking people out to the shops, doctors or social events, laundry, cleaning, tidying, shopping, preparing, and cooking meals. • Personal Care – Help with getting up and getting ready for the day and settling in for the night, washing, bathing, and toileting. Requirements • Compassionate, patient, and warm nature combined with strong care skills and knowledge • Writing and communication ability • Highly organized with a keen eye both for detail and the big picture • Satisfactory references • Able to complete an enhanced DBS check • Have the right to work in the UK • Full Photo Driving license UK • Someone who is happy to relocate Job Details • Job Types: Full-time, Permanent • Salary: Depends on Experience • Work remotely: No • Experience: providing care: 1 year (preferred) • Licence: Driving License (preferred) Benefits • Company car • Company pension • On-site parking • Sick pay • Employment contract offered after successful completion of probation period (3 months) • 28 days of paid holiday per annum (pro-rata to hours worked) • DBS and training costs covered • Overtime rates paid on ALL Bank Holidays • Guaranteed flexible working hours – Full-time • Free Care Certificate training provided • Free NVQ Training provided • Free uniform provided Our Carer’s package We provide a competitive package for our carers. • Salaries range from £10.42 to £11.25 per hour, depending on experience. Average earnings for a 45-hour week range from £19,760 to £23,400 + mileage payments • Enhanced rates for bank holidays • Holiday and sick pay • Mileage allowance of 45p per mile • Workplace pension scheme When comparing salaries between companies, always check the total payment offer. A higher per-hour rate could give you less overall, if other payment elements are lower.
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Company Description IMPECCABLE HEALTHCARE SERVICES LIMITED is a hospital and healthcare company located in Lewisham, United Kingdom. Role Description This is a full-time on-site role for a Healthcare Assistant. The Healthcare Assistant will be responsible for assisting in the delivery of patient care and ensuring patients' physical, emotional, and social needs are met. The Healthcare Assistant will administer medicines, maintain accurate patient records, and comply with health and safety regulations. Qualifications - Manual Handling skills - Interpersonal Skills - Patient Care skills - Medicine administration knowledge - Health & Safety knowledge - Excellent verbal and written communication skills - Ability to work in a team environment - Experience in a healthcare setting is advantageous - Completion of a Level 2 or 3 Diploma in Health and Social Care would be beneficial - Ability to speak a second language is a plus
Working Pattern: Shift work- including weekends, nights and sleep-ins. Location: Southeast London Interview Date: ASAP Job Experience: - working with young people with challenging behaviour - working with young people with mental health challenges - Types: Permanent, Full-time Salary: Competitive - Types: Short shifts 2-4 hours around Croydon and Hackney area. Competitive For permanent positions, an NVQ Level 3 qualification is desirable to start however we require staff who have a willingness towards achieving the NVQ Level 3 award within 12 - 18 months. This is an essential requirement. Must be UK based and have a right to work, we don't provide work/care visa sponsorship.
Brighter Horizon Homes is a newly registered residential childrens home based in Thornton Heath which provides care and accommodation for up to three children with learning disabilities (LD) from the ages of 5 years up to 17 years of age at the time of moving into the home. The home was founded to enable children to flourish and develop in a warm and nurturing environment. This is central to the homes ethos. Please join us on our mission to nurture and develop all children in our care, and you will be rewarded with working in a great environment with a fantastic team and real growth opportunities. Job Purpose Be an appropriate role model to children in the home and help meet their practical needs by providing support, advice, and assistance. Help children address their problems, concerns, and previous trauma and work with them to achieve health, wellbeing, and education outcomes, enabling them to reach their full potential. Support children to prepare for future independence and self-sufficiency. General Duties · Work with children in the home, supporting them with their individual needs as outlined in their placement plan. · Ensure children are treated with dignity and respect. · Help children participate in the routines of the home and encourage them to take part in the activities and support on offer. · Promote education and support children to attend education and help them with their homework, and attend meetings where necessary. Where children are out of education, support them with educational activities and work toward education outcomes. · Promote well-being in the home by ensuring the environment is free from bullying, prejudice and a fair place to live. · Help children deal with conflict and trauma by supporting any therapeutic plans that are in place for them. · Work co-operatively and pro-actively as part of a team supporting colleagues and the manager. Specific Duties · Provide advice and support to children in the home in line with their placement plans, organisational policies, and the good practice requirements of the home. · Act as a key worker to children offering support to their individual needs and advocating for them at reviews and care planning meetings. · Be a point of contact for children with their social workers, education and health staff, and family. · Ensure children in the home are safe and protected from harm. · Establish a nurturing relationship with children to help them deal with their past and present difficulties. · Help children build positive relationships by ensuring the home environment is free from bullying and prejudice and a safe and fair place to live. · Help children resolve conflicts and manage their behaviour safely and acceptably, and that unacceptable behaviour is challenged and addressed. · Support children to participate in their local community, participating in activities and helping them make and achieve plans for their future. · Help children provide feedback to the home and ensure their voice is heard in their care and support. · Put any therapeutic or other plans into action to support the child alongside their placement plan. · Support children to reduce any behaviours which put them at risk of harm, such as missing from care or criminal exploitation. · Ensure the home’s records are completed to a high standard before the end of each shift and provide written reports for care managers, looked after reviews and care planning meetings. · Take part in the home’s routines such as cooking, cleaning, maintaining the environment, and supporting children to do the same. · Attend shifts as required by the staff rota and take part in the on-call rota and the sleep-in rota. · Undertake training as the organisation requires and take responsibility for continuing professional development. · Attend and contribute to regular supervision meetings and complete actions from the annual appraisal. · Work and contribute pro-actively to the team and report any concerns about unacceptable staff conduct or standards to your line manager. · Adhere to all health and safety and workplace policies. Job Type: Full-time
Headway Care is currently recruiting part time Support Workers to work in our 16+ Semi Independent Provision based in Redbridge. We are looking for people who are enthusiastic about supporting young people and helping them develop their independent skills. Our team provides support to young people with a range of different needs, from food shopping and cooking meals to accompanying them at college open days and job interviews. Some young people have complex needs and would require more support. At Headway Care we look to recruit staff that have a passion for helping people and who see working with children in social care as a career path. We do not require that you have experience working in a Semi-Independent provision previously, but we embrace people who can bring a wealth of experience and knowledge to the role of a Support Worker. For people who don’t have experience as a Support Worker we require the following skills: ∙ Experience in customer service/ Support environment ∙ Willingness to learn the role and understanding the needs of the young people ∙ Patience and a willingness to help the young people develop independent skills