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*Driving Licence, Own Car & Right to Work in the UK required* Your role: As a Care Giver, your day will be varied. You can expect to support clients with personal hygiene, taking them out shopping, going swimming, providing companionship, and even going to the cinema! For a full list of duties, apply now and our team will be in touch to discuss this rewarding, fun-filled career! Benefits: • Earn up to £21 per hour • Paid travel time and Mileage pay • Guaranteed hours available* (Full-time or Part-time) • Staff referral scheme (£275 per new starter through you!) • 28 days paid holiday (including bank holidays) • Lots of opportunities and support to learn and grow • Get paid on the go with our early pay app* • Get Blue Light Card with amazing discounts available About you: No experience is required as we provide full training and shadowing, where you can get to know a future colleague as well. A driving licence and your own car is required. Unfortunately, we are unable to offer sponsorship, Right to Work in the UK is required. Company Culture: Working with us, you’ll join an inclusive family with a shared passion for people. We’ll help you do something worthwhile in a way that makes sense for you, whether you’re studying, volunteering, or looking for career progression.
Job description Looking for a new role where you can make a difference every day? We’re looking for a kind, compassionate and resilient Domiciliary Care worker to join our Service in St Helens £10.50 per hour, working 30+ hours per week, plus Pension schemes and career progression. Best Care Liverpool is a growing organisation we deliver care to over 100s of service users across Merseyside, providing thousands of calls per year and continuously expanding so there are plenty of opportunities to grow and progress your career with us. Essential: Caring and compassionate towards people in need of care and support Ability to keep written records in clear English about the care and support given to each customer including help with medicines Respect for people suffering from a range of medical conditions with different backgrounds and beliefs to your own Commitment to non-discriminatory care practice Understanding of the support requirements of customers with complex needs Desirable: Previous experience as a care worker NVQ level 2 or equivalent Job Overview: Care worker role is to support a customer to maintain a Standard of Living/health needs, including domestic tasks. All of the care needs should be done in a manner which encourages customers to work towards a maximum degree of independence. Key Responsibilities: To help customers with mobility difficulties, or any other physical difficulties, including incontinence To help in the use of aids and other personal equipment Accompanying to appointment. Accompany to Shopping. To wash clothes and bed linen (which may include soiled laundry) when necessary. Assist and encourage the management of health-related conditions such as dietary and fluid intake Collection of prescriptions from the local pharmacy and returning unused medication General domestic tasks including changing beds, taking out rubbish and the general up keeping of customers rooms.
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
Job Purpose: To assist in basic resident care under the direct supervision of a Registered Nurse. Payscale: Carers: £9.5 (minimum) £9.65 (NVQ2) £9.8 (NVQ3) £10.5 (Senior carer) p/h Working hours: Flexible working hours (26-36h/week or part time) Shift: All shifts possible (8:00am-3pm, 3pm-9pm, 9pm-8am, or in between and long shifts) Reports to: Registered nurse, Senior Carer or Team Leader. Level of responsibility: Routine duties as directed by and under the direct supervision of the Registered Nurse. Qualifications: None required at the start of employment. Must be of a caring nature, and be sympathetic to the needs of residents. Willing to undertake Induction Training and go on to undertake Level II Diploma in care. Duties and responsibilities: Assist the team to deliver a high standard of holistic care to residents, promoting their privacy and dignity, confidentiality and quality of life at all times. Assist with resident hygiene, elimination, mobility, physical comfort, serving of meals, eating and drinking and last office procedure. Observe and report changes in residents’ conditions to the Registered Nurse or Team Leader. Communicate effectively with the multidisciplinary team. Assist in the maintenance of Home cleanliness especially helping keep Residents clothes and other belongings clean and tidy. Attend supervisions and training as required Help instil a culture of ‘champions’ in each domain Always Act in a professional manner, and keep up to date with changes in policies and procedures. Carry out duties with regard to the Homes’ Equal Opportunity policy. Be aware of your own responsibility to maintain health and safety for residents, staff and visitors. Infection Prevention and Control As an employee at St Georges you have a responsibility to comply with our procedures for Health and Safety and to protect the residents in our Home from health care associated infection (HCAI).
Serenity Specialist Home Care are expanding our team and looking for passionate, kind and friendly individuals to join our team in the Chichester area. Serenity Specialist Home Care provide care and assistance to our clients in the comfort of their own home's. Social Care Assistant- Full and Part time positions available Do you want to make a positive difference to the people we support, in a role that is varied and rewarding? Do you want a job that provides you with tons of job satisfaction and a structured career path if that's what you want? The job of a Social Care Assistant involves travelling to clients’ own homes and helping them with daily tasks that allows them to maintain their independence and wellbeing. Often just seeing you walk through the door brings a smile, as you may be the only person they see day to day. The type of care and support we provide will include, companionship, health and wellbeing support, basic shopping, attending social groups, personal care, supporting with meals and medication assistance. Our Benefits: - Paid training and shadowing - Flexible working hours - 28 days annual leave - pro-rata - Free Uniforms and PPE - Paid DBS check - Opportunities for further learning and gaining free qualifications to Diploma in Care to NVQ Level 2 & 3 in Heath & Social Care - No experience required as full training and ongoing support is given - Mileage paid for travel * - Travel time between clients paid - Bank Holiday paid time and a half - Pension Scheme - Paid Business Insurance * - On- board bonus * - Referral bonus * Essential Requirements: - Must have flexibility for varying shifts - Driving licence and access to a vehicle - Ability to communicate effectively - Work well on your own and as part of a team - Self-motivated, well-organised and flexible - Caring and sensitive to the needs of others - The ability to use your own initiative
Looking for a cleaner/carer permenant position paying £9.00-£12.00 per hour Will be doing 2 hours a day 5 days a week. Duties will include general all round cleaning, ironing, and looking after an elderly disabled person. Ideal candidate must be local.
Assisting clients with activities of daily living, including bathing, dressing, grooming, toileting, transferring and getting to and from activities and meals according to the individual service plan. Allowing and encouraging clients to do as of their care as possible
We are seeking a care staff to support our client with exceptional healthcare needs in the home and attending school and community on a 2:1 basis, which includes both personal and complex care support. Relevant training and support shall be provided to successful candidates! The post holder’s comprises support to clients' independent living, assisting with feeding orally and through PEG, preparing keto-meals, monitoring oxygen level, chest therapy, sensory physio and other related services for his wellbeing at home, and 2 days attendance to school, and ensuring safe and clean environment. Successful candidate responsibilities may include: 1. Carrying out personal care tasks and other relevant care needs of the clients and providing relevant support to the whole family. 2. Post holder to support client to use walking frame, and always be vigilant to client alertness and response to activities 3. Post holder is expected to work within client's homes, at the school, day centre, accessing the community and, and escort to appointments safely (i.e., hospital). 4. Successful post holder will provide holistic and efficient details in relevant care plan, and USP Limited policies and procedures and liaise with relevant health professionals involved and manager. 5. The post holder may work during the day or night shift and is expected to rotate shifts, including when there is an sudden absence or urgent need to cover other colleagues shifts. 6. The post holder will be always required to maintain alertness at all times, able to read and record, and keep high standards of care. 7. This job requires the post holder to have DBS checks and references. 8. As a high-quality care service provider, the post holder is required to have empathy, compassion and and minimum care certificate training, 9. The post holder must be willingness to take part in relevant training to build skills and confidence in the job.
About You: Must have previous care experience Able to work well as part of a team and independently Obtain good communication skills Able to follow and prioritise tasks and responsibilities set Able to care and support residents day to day living To have the values of making a positive impact What we can offer: Full time contract Day shifts 36 or 48 hours available per week (Part time or bank options also available!) Working hours: Days 8am – 8pm, including weekend work Pay rate: £19,693 to £26,257 per annum Paid breaks Annual fee paid towards the SSSC membership 28 Days Annual Leave including bank holidays (pro rata for part time contracts) Refer a friend scheme, with up to £750 reward for each referral (T & C’s apply) Yearly salary review Paid uniform provided On-going support with Training and Development What does the job role involve? We understand that care roles are demanding, and we are looking for candidates who are able to support our residents to remain active and independent. Help them with their everyday difficulties arising from their memory problems or physical health. To encourage and support them in all aspects of their daily living, which will include washing, dressing and continence. Take responsibility by following tailored plans, assisting them with serving meals and drinks and feed residents who are unable to feed themselves and all other tasks involved in the job role.
Location: DE7 4JA Here at Heartland you aren't just an employee to us, you are fundamental to the individuals we support. Join the Heartland Care family for a **permanent position** at one of our Care Homes! Becoming a Care Assistant at Heartland Care - what it involves: The client we are recruiting for require 2 day staff and 2 night staff, a typical day will look like ensuring our residents are exercising choice and control over their day to day lives, in particular making sure they are able to live as independently as possible. For example, helping our residents to cook and clean. The support we provide is person-centered and is driven by what our residents would like to do so if you enjoy a varied and rewarding role, this may be a perfect role for you! Other duties of your role will include but are not limited to: · Helping our residents to maintain relationships with others. · Providing emotional and social support and being our residents helping hand when they require it. · Giving our residents the confidence to be themselves and encouraging them to join in social activities. · Devising, implementing and working with personalised support plans and risk assessments. · Administering medication. · Ensuring a safe and 'home from home' environment for all. · Helping residents with their finances. · Ensuring handovers are completed. Benefits: Excellent rate of pay Holiday Pay Pleasant working environments Ongoing support in advancing your career ***Please read*** At Heartland care we currently do not provide any type of Visa or Sponsorship. Heartland Care Recruitment is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all service users and expects all employees to share and uphold this commitment. An enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check is required. Information provided by you, or the DBS will be dealt with in confidence and in accordance with the DBS Code of Practice. All offers of employment are made subject to safeguardin
We are now looking to recruit a care assistant to join our team covering the Ls10,LS28 and WF3 areas. If you hold a full driving licence and have a minimum of a years experience in health and social care we would love to hear from you. We are looking for a person who holds the same values and beliefs as us , please get in touch if you have the following- •Excellent communication skills, written, verbal and listening. •A kind caring nature and attitude. •Have excellent time keeping and be able to commit to regular (flexible) hours. What we will offer you- •Care certificate 5 day induction program + ongoing training and support. •Uniform + PPE •Paid DBS check •Regular team building exercises • £9.70 - £12 per hour • full time and part time available (20 hrs min part time - 30-40hrs full time - you will be paid for contracted hours regardless of how many hours you work Application form will be required this can be collected form our office in Middleton Leeds
Looking for care staff to join our busy domiciliary and LD care team! Flexible part time hours guaranteed to fit around your lifestyle, weekdays and weekends! Overtime available! Must drive, mileage paid! Experience required but not essential as full in house training and paid for. DBS required and paid for by the company Uniform provided !Competitive salary and rates! NVQ Qualifications available Immediate start after training
Charnwood is a 19 bedded home situated opposite Bantock park in the Finchfield area of Wolverhampton close to shops and public transport and is easily accessible via the number 3 bus from Wolverhampton bus station, bus route runs directly past the home. The appropriate candidate will be allocated regular shifts, Monday & Tuesday Night possibility of other shifts available to cover holidays and sickness. shift patterns are 10 Pm till 8 Am The role of a night care assistant at charnwood residential home is to provide high quality personal care, support our residents needs and to provide person centered care. You need to be kind, compassionate and want to make a difference to our residents lives and remember we are working in their home. We pride ourselves on maintaining high standards. What we require from you. Previous experience working within the care setting or with dementia clients is preferred but not essential as training can be given. Level 2 Health and Social care is preferred however can be offered. Successful applicant will be subject to a successful fully enhanced disclosure from the Disclosure and Barring service (DBS) 1 years experience preferred but not essential. Job Types: Part-time, Permanent Part-time hours: 20 per week Salary: £9.50 per hour
I am an active, disabled woman seeking a personal assistant to help me live independently in the Tottenham area. I have a 10 year old son who lives with me and is my pride and joy. The role does not require any night time work, but there will be a range of shifts throughout the week. You will work for me directly, there is no agency involved. This is a real opportunity to assist someone to live their life the way they want, and we would hopefully develop a good, friendly working relationship. The whole point of this job is that you do the things I need help with so that I can live life in the same way that anyone else does. The job is ideal for people who do not want to work standard hours and want to study or have other part time activities, but it’s important that applicants can be flexible about the days they can work. I use an electric scooter and powered wheelchair so there is no need to push me around however there will be some heavy lifting at times, which I can guide you on. I’m based in Tottenham, with Bruce Grove and Seven Sisters stations the closest. Although I tend to go out locally, at times I have been down to the south coast, Sussex and even abroad with my son and carer. This IS NOT a cash in hand job, nor is this a nanny role. Your responsibility is for taking care of me. The pay is currently £10 per hour with a potential for it to rise. Hours will fluctuate per week, which is why I will require someone who can be flexible. You should ideally have a UK or EU passport. If a non-EU passport is held: - you should have the right of permanent abode in the UK, or - you should already have relevant visas to work in the UK, without restrictions on hours that you can work, and - it should be relatively easy for you to (obtain visas, etc, and) travel around Europe and the USA.
I am looking for a nanny carer for my disabled daughter who has cerebral palsy. experience with special needs is not necessary but I need someone who enjoys working with children and young people is cheerful dependable positive kind and who loves reading and would like my daughter to progress . NI essential and DBS 14-21 hours to be arranged
Looking for a flexible Part-time + Full Time Carer. Must have a NATIONAL INSURANCE NUMBER** We are ready for the right candidate to start ASAP. Please message/call for further information and to arrange a interview. Thank you
Care Assistant - Full Time £23,000 per year 2-week fixed rota Are you looking for a new exciting opportunity in care? With a company that values and invests in their staff? If so, this opportunity with the team at Bluebird care may be for you! Our Bluebird staff work hard to promote person-centred to ensure that our customers live independently and the life that they choose. As a Bluebird Care Assistant, your responsibilities will include supporting with daily living tasks, personal care, medication, accessing the community and encouraging our customers to lead a fulfilling life. Emotional wellbeing and social interaction are also important parts of this role. What we're looking for... Experience is not essential! Full training and ongoing support is provided The ability to engage, listen, and communicate effectively Passion about your job, with a person-centred approach to care, encouraging confidence and self-motivation Flexibility and adaptability - available to potentially cover sickness and work weekends Resilient, calm and able to adhere to agreed process in challenging situations Be able to travel to various locations You must have a full driving license and access to your own vehicle in order to be considered for this role. If successful, you will be asked to obtain business insurance What you get in return... A great salary of £23,000 per annum + mileage at 30p per mile Fixed 2-week rota - Same days and shift times Free uniform Bank holidays paid at time and a half Recognition of your career milestones A career pathway with opportunities for promotion & development Company pension scheme Refer a friend scheme with access to Care Friends, our exclusive app Paid training - Online and face to face - T&Cs apply Unlimited COVID 19 tests & PPE provided If you're interested in this role, have experience working with the NHS, as a Care Assistant, or have a background in healthcare, or are just looking for something new that can really make a difference.
HIRING CARERS - HARROW Looking to hire experienced enthusiastic, hardworking and can-do attitude carers for live-in and domiciliary care to work in Harrow. Pay rates £10 -13/hour HIRING PASSENGER TRANSPORT ASSISTANT - HARROW & BRENT We are currently recruiting both male &female Passenger transport assistants to escort SEN children to and from school. You must live within / near Harrow or Brent as there can are early morning starts. Pay is fixed at 5-6hrs per day(Morning and afternoon school runs) between 7.30-9.30am & 2.30-4.30pm Position offers lots of personal daytime flexibility to do other personal activities. You must be a good communicator. Candidates with PEG, EPIPEN, EPILEPSY, OXYGEN THERAPY, SUCTIONING training is sort but Training will be provided if not but must have good standard of English. Pay rates: up to £15 /hour Hours: 20-30 hours per week.
Are You Free On A Monday And Tuesday, 10-2 ? No Personal care - Local PA / Carer / Help needed in Lightwater by Wheelchair man, £11.05 P/hour I am looking for a PA to work 1000-1400. Duties to include general housekeeping/ cooking/ food preparation/ cleaning/ tidying away/ water flowers/ visit Doctors/ Driving/ Walking and everything else involved with keeping a house. Flexibility to cover the same shift but on different days is desirable, Esp. during holidays. Hours can be adapted to suit right person. I have a cat. I suffer with Ataxia and fatigue but occasionally, I would like to go for a walk/shops/beach/London which will involve longer hours (but only if it is convenient for you). This is a year-round position so please do not apply if you can only work in term time. The successful applicant will likely be a self-starter, pragmatic, thoughtful, flexible, conscientious, honest, dependable and competent. I have a fully insured automatic vehicle. My motor insurance excludes cover for people under 25 and anyone without a full license. Start date, to be discussed
Make a difference every day – Become a Care Assistant Nothing compares to the feeling that comes from knowing that you’ve brightened up someone’s day – especially when that someone is a vulnerable adult.AA Nursing Care are on the hunt for warm and kind people like you to join our amazing team of part and full time carers in Beckenham,Bromley,Chislehurst, Orpington and the Croydon area. The fact that you’re thinking about becoming a care assistant makes you part of a special group of people – the most compassionate and interesting people we know. There are many reasons why people become care assistants, but the main motivation is the chance to make a difference In return, we’ll support you every step of the way, providing training as well as the opportunity to progress your career. The hours are flexible, which means you’re able to fit the role in around other commitments including childcare or studying. Bear in mind that you’ll be working on a rota basis, which may include early starts, late finishes and some weekend working And what are the benefits of working with AA Nursing Care? · Competitive Pay · Flexible hours to fit around your other commitments · Comprehensive training and ongoing support – We’re with you every step of the way. · Comprehensive training and ongoing support – We’re with you every step of the way · The opportunity to progress your career with a fully-funded diploma QCF in social care* · Auto-enrolment pension scheme -mileage pay Do something incredible. Transform lives. Become a Care Assistant at AA Nursing Care. All suitable candidates are required to undergo an enhanced level criminal record disclosure. AA Nursing Care is an equal opportunities employer Job Types: Full-time, Temporary, Permanent Salary: 11.50£ per hour Experience: Care Support Worker: 1 year (Preferred) Location: Bromley, Greater London (Preferred) Licence: Driving License (Preferred) Language: English (Required))
Make a world of difference to a sweet young man (21) with autism and epilepsy. He needs constant support to ensure his safety. We’re looking for a kind, fun, enthusiastic, patient and reliable person to be a friend and helper to him. He loves spending time with his carers, and sees them as friends. No experience necessary, training provided.
We have been successful as the main provider in GLOUCESTER, and we will be continuing to support clients across the following areas: Gloucester central, Churchdown & Brockworth You will need to be able to drive and have access to your own vehicle as you will be driving to clients' homes. however, in cases where you don't drive, we will like a solution. Karva Care is a domiciliary company that provides personal care & support within the community. We are looking to recruit caring, reliable, passionate individuals to join our company in providing excellent standards of care to our clients to live independently in their own homes. As a successful growing company, we contribute a great deal to your training to promote a firm strong teamwork ethic and always ensure you have the support and resources you require to reach your full potential. The care assistant/support worker role may include: Personal care Medication Preparing meals Household tasks (shopping, cleaning) Promoting independence The benefits of working for Karva Care are: Flexible hours Free Uniform Holiday pay Full in-house training Support 24/7 Mileage pay Travel time pay Refer a friend bonus To all our successful staff, carers can work towards the following qualifications: NVQs Level 2/3 Diploma in Health & Social Care Level 3 in Palliative Care Level 2 in the Safe Handling of Meds Level 1 & 2 in Safeguarding Adults Mental Capacity Act training, etc Karva Care is an Equal Opportunities Employer. We are committed to equal opportunities and it is our policy that no applicant should receive more or less favorable treatment on the grounds of race, nationality, color, ethnic or national origin, age, sex, marital status, sexual orientation, religion, creed, or disability. Job Types: Full-time, Part-time, Permanent Job Types: Full-time, Part-time, Temporary Salary: £9.50 - £10.00 per hour Job Types: Full-time, Permanent
Job opportunity- Personal Assistant 17 hours per week with opportunity to have overtime. Mon-thurs 5.30-7.30pm Fri & sat- 6/7-8ish Outing hours will be arranged suitably for both parties. Light duties, bathing, playing, clothing etc and taking my son to places of interest in and around Halifax. This will be paid at - £9.71 per hour / overtime will be paid extra. Driving licences not essential but it would be an advantage due to outings etc car seat is provided. Must be strictly 1;1 unless you have my prior permission. My son likes to : Dance, spin (a lot!), swings (especially the tyre swings), he likes painting but also likes to show who is boss by making you get your hands messy and his will be clean lol! He loves water play -this includes use of his hot tub (which you will have to be in also when he uses due to his needs), going for drives. He loves Jess Glynn & James Blunt.