Careworkers & health Jobs in Chelmsford

Care Worker - Driver
Prime Appointments
Care Worker - Driver. Care Worker - Drivers Needed! Prime Appointments work with a range of residential homes across the local area; most look after the elderly and others provide care in a supported living environment. We have had a new and exciting role come up for a Care Worker in the Chelmsford area that offers flexible hours, great rates of pay, paid holiday and yearly pay increases. With this role you'll be in a great position to earn good money and make a real difference to people's lives. We are looking for an experienced, enthusiastic, patient and hard-working Care Worker to join our team and be part of a continued high quality service. Most of our roles do require personal care and physical work. There may even be an element of housekeeping involved as well. As part of the recruitment for the Care Worker role, we require: Experience in the industry is essential and recent training is preferred - we can recommend online top up training courses if registration is offered. An Enhanced DBS (preferably on the update service). If yours has expired or you haven't had one, we can apply on your behalf (cost needs to met by applicant). To clear your for work we need to cover 5 years worth of referencing history. Full UK Drivers License and access to own car - due to some of the locations of clientsThe Prime Appointments Care Worker position offers: Easy to get to locations Day rates from £8.90 - £10.00 per hour Night rates from £9.40 - £12.00 per hour Bank holidays £13.00 - £15.00 per hour Pension contributions £250 Referral Scheme Punctual weekly pay via PAYE Carer of the Month Awards Increased pay rates for unsociable hours: nights, weekends, bank holidays. Opportunities to go permanent Flexible shift hours to suit you - choose your shifts! Consistent and flexible work All pay rates increase every April Holiday payYour role: Play an integral role in the everyday lives of the residents we support for our valued clients. Assist residents with their physical and ...
Chelmsford
14 days ago
Residential Home Based Care Assistant (remote)
Prime Appointments
Residential Home Based Care Assistant (remote). Prime Appointments are looking for an experienced Residential Home Based Care Assistant in Chelmsford to join our high quality team of carers in that area. You'll be in a great position to earn well and make a real difference to people's lives. In return we offer flexible hours, great rates of pay, paid holiday and yearly pay increases. All our positions are based in a Residential Home setting; some look after the elderly and others provide care in a supported living environment. Our roles do require personal care and physical work. There may even be an element of housekeeping involved as well. The benefits of joining us: We really care about our staff and our clients and are passionate about delivering a great standard of care We have carer of the month awards to recognise your hard work Competitive rates of pay Punctual weekly pay via PAYE Day rates from £8.90 - £10.00 per hour Night rates from £9.40 - £12.00 per hour Bank holidays £13.00 - £15.00 per hour Holiday pay Out of hours emergency support lines so you can feel supported all the time. Local work that suits you Refer a friend rewards Supplied uniform where applicable We offer supportive management with an open door policy We offer flexible hours - work the times that suit you, you choose your shifts. Opportunities to earn more at the weekends, bank holiday and nights Fully trained Health and Social Care office team member available 7 days a weekAbout us: Close knit team of consultants to support you. Based in Witham we provide care for residential homes across Essex & Suffolk Family run business since 1992The Residential Home Based Care Assistant role requires: A caring and positive person who is geared towards helping others Previous experience within a similar role An enhanced DBS (preferably on the update service) - If yours has expired or you haven't had one, we can apply on your behalf (cost needs to met by applicant) 5 years worth of referencing his...
Chelmsford
14 days ago
Live in Carer
THE GOOD CARE GROUP LIMITED
Live in Carer. Helping people live the best life they can at home isn’t just work, it’s life changing work. For older people, or those with life-limiting conditions, there's nowhere better to live than in the comfort of their own home. Surrounded by their memories and supported by a live-in carer, every single client gets to live their very best life, in the place they love the ; Join us as a live in carer and you will receive the very best in training and support from a team who are here for you 24/7, looking after you so that you can make a real difference to ; For our carers, live-in care means that they only work in one household. Looking after one client or at times a ; What is good is that our carers are, in effect, isolating themselves with their clients for the duration of their rotas, thereby minimising their exposure to COVID-19. If you have experience of providing personal care, either in a professional capacity or from recent experience of providing personal care to a loved one or a friend, we'd love to hear from you. There’s nowhere better because: We offer a variety of live-in care roles in England and Scotland to suit your level of experience and lifestyle 5 days’ intensive training before your first placement 24/7/365 support from our central team A dedicated care manager who knows you and your client UK travel expenses covered whilst in placement We pay according to skills and experience, not based on the client you work with. Your role will include: Managing medical conditions such as dementia, stroke and incontinence Moving and handling Cooking, cleaning and ensuring the smooth running of the house. We’re looking for: Minimum 6 months’ professional care experience such as live-in carer, domiciliary carer, care assistant, support worker or personal healthcare assistant or similar Experience of dementia care desirable A driver’s licence is an advantage but not a requirement Our Carers have Key Worker status.
Chelmsford
14 days ago
Support Worker
Better Healthcare Services
Support Worker. At BHC we truly believe that caring is a vocation not just a job. We understand the pressures of the role so ensure that all of our care workers are valued, respected and supported. We are currently working with an organisation that delivers care and support services in dedicated schemes with care and support on-site and in the community. They are opening a small new scheme for adults with learning disabilities in Chelmsford and are looking for experienced and energetic Support Workers to join their new team. As a care and support worker you will provide care and support to customers. Within the role you will be providing support including settling customers into their home as well as creating holistic support plans to support with more complex requirements whist also managing risk. You’ll be working in a fast-paced environment where you can benefit from comprehensive in-house training to continue developing your skills. The company offer excellent benefits and progression including: Responsibilities: Providing personal care, domestic tasks and housing related support in a residential setting or lone working in the community. Providing boundaries and direction around positive behaviours. Promoting choice and independence. Supporting service users to live a life as full as possible and to engage with the community. Provide physical and emotional support, ensuring that respect, dignity and confidentiality is maintained at all times. Requirements: Experience of providing care and/or support to vulnerable people. Possess excellent people skills. Have a passion for supporting adults with learning disabilities. Be able to develop and maintain good working relationships Be able to demonstrate positive personal authority. Have great communication skills. Benefits: 28 days annual leave plus public holidays and an additional Belief Day, with the option to buy or sell up to 5 days leave Healthcare cashplan Matched contribution pension scheme (up to 9%) Enha...
Chelmsford
15 days ago
Independent Non-Medical prescriber
Pertemps Medical Professionals
Independent Non-Medical prescriber. Independent Non-Medical prescriber Are you an Independent Non-Medical prescriber? Pertemps Medical Professionals are sourcing Registered Mental Health Nurse with Mental Health Experience for our clients within the NHS and Private Sector. We currently have a variety of full time and part time CPN placements in the Chelmsford area. As one of the UK's leading NHS Framework supply agencies and approved suppliers to all the major NHS & Private Sector Hospital Groups we have an unprecedented selection of roles available. Nurse Requirements: Registered Nurse (RMN) Mental Health Experience Right to Work in the UK NMC registration required NHS/Private Sector background Willing to contribute to the department and interact with the busy team Full time and part time Able to work Day Shifts (variety of rotas) Non-Medical prescribing medication Substantial community experience in addictions Please only respond to this advertisement if you have the following: Registration with the relevant governing body for your profession (NMC) Legibility to work in the UK A minimum of 6 months Experience in the community field We will not respond if you do not meet the above criteria Why should you become part of the Pertemps family: Fast track registration Your own dedicated recruitment consultant Generous referral scheme Flexible work options Choice of part-time or long-term assignments Great selection of Permanent roles Assistance with arranging accommodation Ongoing support with CPD, Revalidation and Mandatory Training True 24/7 on call service If this sounds like the role for you, please call Niah or April on (phone number removed) option 1 or alternatively click apply now! This is just one example of the numerous roles that we have on offer. Contact us to find out other roles that may suit your work/life balance
Chelmsford
15 days ago
Anaesthetics Nurse/ODP
SYK Recruitment
Anaesthetics Nurse/ODP. £28,000 - £36,000 per annum + Enhancements | 37.5 hours | Days | Great Benefits | An experienced RGN or ODP Anaesthetics Nurse/Practitioner is required to join the Operating Department of a leading Chelmsford hospital. Details of this Anaesthetics Nurse/Practitioner RGN/ODP post and what the hospital is offering: 37.5 hours per week on a permanent contract, working flexible day shiftsAn excellent annual salary in the region of £28,000 to £36,000 depending on experienceUnsocial hours enhancements are paid where applicable33 days annual leave which increases with service lengthFree on-site parking and a subsidised staff restaurantA range of training, development and career development opportunitiesChildcare vouchers and cycle to work schemesSome great retail, leisure and lifestyle discountsFree uniformsA private pension scheme and life assuranceStaff assistance and support programmesA range of programmes to support staff wellbeing, including company sick pay and private healthcare schemesAs Anaesthetics Nurse/Practitioner RGN/ODP, you will play a key role in the management and delivery of patient care, ensuring the highest standards of safety. You will work within a strong theatres team and will support and mentor junior team members in addition to further developing your own skills and knowledge. Applicants for this Anaesthetics Nurse/Practitioner RGN/ODP position should be: Qualified as an Adult General Nurse/RGN with NMC registration or as a Theatre Practitioner/ODP with HCPC registrationExperienced in an anaesthetic setting, ideally demonstrating experience in other areas of peri-operative careHave completed a recognised anaesthetics course and ideally also ENB998 or an equivalent mentorship course along with D32/33/A1, but these are not essentialFor further details, or to apply now, please follow the link provided. Alternatively, please call Lee Hutchinson at SYK Recruitment now on (phone number removed). Please note any offers of empl...
Chelmsford
15 days ago
Support worker
Sugarman Health & Wellbeing
Support worker. We are currently recruiting a team of Support Workers to work in one of our elderly homes in the Colchester and Chelmsford area. Supporting service users with Elderly care. Daily duties will include, but not limited to, Giving and Prompting all aspects of personal care, domestic duties, supporting the client out in the community. Service users in the homes may have confirmed cases of Covid19, but you will be given full PPE equipment and will be fully supported by the care home staff you are working with, and our 24hr on call service. We have both day and night shifts available on a full time or part time basis and can be flexible with working days/nights around your availability. For this role, we require candidates with 6 month worth of care experience with the last 3 years Prompting / Giving all aspects of Personal CareFlexibility to adapt to the needs of the servicePunctual & Reliable1:1 and 2:1 Support Benefits of working with Sugarman Health and Wellbeing - EXCELLENT competitive pay rates with enhanced bank holiday FREE In Branch Face to Face and Online Training Courses Free Uniforms Employee Of The Month Schemes Holiday Pay Sickness Pay Maternity/Paternity Pay Pension Scheme Refer a friend schemeIf you are interested in this exciting new position, please apply today with your updated CV. SHchelmsford Cordant Group is an equal opportunity employer Cordant Group is an equal opportunities employer
Chelmsford
15 days ago
COMMUNITY PSYCHIATRIC NURSE (CPN)
Pertemps Medical - Milton Keynes
COMMUNITY PSYCHIATRIC NURSE (CPN). Are you a Band 6 CPN with Drug and Alcohol Experience Pertemps Medical Professionals are sourcing Registered Mental Health Nurse with Mental Health Experience for our clients within the NHS and Private Sector. We currently have a variety of full time and part time CPN placements in the Chelmsford area. As one of the UK's leading NHS Framework supply agencies and approved suppliers to all the major NHS & Private Sector Hospital Groups we have an unprecedented selection of roles available. Nurse Requirements: Registered Nurse (RMN) Mental Health Experience Right to Work in the UK NMC registration required NHS/Private Sector background Willing to contribute to the department and interact with the busy team Full time and part time Able to work Day Shifts (variety of rotas) Please only respond to this advertisement if you have the following: Registration with the relevant governing body for your profession (NMC) Legibility to work in the UK A minimum of 6 months Experience in the community field We will not respond if you do not meet the above criteria Why should you become part of the Pertemps family: Fast track registration Your own dedicated recruitment consultant Generous referral scheme Flexible work options Choice of part-time or long-term assignments Great selection of Permanent roles Assistance with arranging accommodation Ongoing support with CPD, Revalidation and Mandatory Training True 24/7 on call service If this sounds like the role for you, please call Niah or April on (phone number removed) option 1 or alternatively click apply now! This is just one example of the numerous roles that we have on offer. Contact us to find out other roles that may suit your work/life balance. Experience
Chelmsford
16 days ago
Practice Nurse
Jupiter Recruitment
Practice Nurse. Our Client is one of UK's Leading Healthcare Providers and they are currently seeking for a dedicated Practice Nurse. As a Practice Nurse you will be working in an exceptional Surgery service within the Chelmsford area. This special Surgery are committed to providing patients with a full general practice service and access to a range of health professionals. They offer a range of health services and information as well as advice and treatment for a range of illnesses and minor injuries. As a Practice Nurse your day to day duties include: To provide high quality, safe and evidence based nursing care and advice to registered patientsContribute to and participate in the delivery of a range of chronic diseases with an awareness of the Quality and Outcomes framework.To Independently prescribe or provide medicines via patient group directions or in accordance with a prescription by an independent prescriberTo ensure appropriate access to nursing and medical primary care services.Regularly review progress on all nursing related and public health performance indicators and proactively manage progress with other key staff.To make best use of clinical knowledge and skills existing in the nursing team, identify areas for development and work with the lead nurse to address these.To actively participate in clinical audit and other governance processes.Provide professional and clinical support and advice to other members of the Primary Health Care Team An ideal Practice Nurse you must have these skills and experiences as they are beneficial for this position: First level Registered nurseFirst Degree level qualification or working at this levelPractice Nurse qualificationClinical experience working in a GP practiceExcellent communication and interpersonal skillsExcellent organisational and team working skillsIT literatePrimary care/OOH/urgent care experienceQualification in cervical cytology and vaccination/immunisation. The successful Practice Nurse will recei...
Chelmsford
17 days ago
Night Nurse Co-ordinator
Jupiter Recruitment
Night Nurse Co-ordinator. A fantastic job opportunity has arisen for a motivated Night Nurse Co-ordinator to join an exceptional hospital service based in the Springfield, Essex area. As an Night Nurse Co-ordinator you will be working with one of UK's leading health care providers. This special hospital has established an excellent reputation for providing high standards of treatment for a diverse range of mental health difficulties including addictions, depression, anxiety, and stress. They are also able to provide high quality therapy to individuals struggling with gender issues, low self-esteem, and those struggling with a diagnosis of HIV. An ideal Night Nurse Co-ordinator must have these skills as they are beneficial for this post: 3 + years demonstrable post registration Nursing experienceUp to date NMC registrationAbility to lead and motivate staff members and clinically superviseDemonstrate post-registration experience working within a mental health environmentStrong communication and interpersonal skills The successful Night Nurse Co-ordinator will be offered an excellent annual salary of £34,000. This exciting position is for 37.5 hours full time. In return for your hard work and commitment you will receive the following generous benefits: 25 days annual leave plus bank holidays (at commencement of employment)A group Personal Pension Plan (GPPP)Private Medical Insurance SchemeLife AssuranceFree meals while on dutyCare first - Employee Assistance ServicesContinuous learning and developmentChildcare vouchersCareer developmentPersonal health insuranceAn employee assistance programmeVoluntary benefit To be considered for this position you must be a qualified RMN or RNLD Reference ID: 3751 To apply for this fantastic job role, please call Lily Harris on 01216380567 or send your CV to contact@jupiterrecruitment.co.uk
Chelmsford
17 days ago
Pharmacy Manager
SYK Recruitment
Pharmacy Manager. £35,000 to £43,000 per annum + Enhancements | 37.5 hours | Days | Great Benefits | Oncology and Chemotherapy Experience Preferred | An experienced Pharmacist is required to lead and develop the Pharmacy Department of a leading hospital in Chelmsford. Details of this Pharmacy Manager position and what the hospital has to offer are as follows: A permanent contract of 37.5 hours per week, working flexible day shiftsA competitive annual salary of £35,000 to £43,00025 days annual leaveContributory Pension Scheme, Private Healthcare and Life AssuranceOngoing training and developmentFree parking and subsidised staff restaurantAs Pharmacy Manager you will manage a team of experienced pharmacists, technicians and assistants to provide a first class service to patients and staff. You will take responsibility for the day to day management of the pharmacy services, providing effective leadership and clinical direction to the team. You will coordinate pharmacy services within the hospital ensuring regulatory compliance, adherence to best practice frameworks and will take responsibility for clinical governance relating to medicine management. Candidates for this Pharmacy Manager post should meet the following specification: Qualified Pharmacist with GPhC registrationExtensive post-registration experience in a managerial or senior role within a hospital pharmacy, ideally with experience in oncology and chemotherapyExcellent interpersonal, communication and leadership skills, with a positive, proactive approach to leadershipHave an accurate, methodical and careful approach to medicines managementKnowledge of Quality Assurance tools, the Care Standards Act and CQC requirementsProven ability to lead and motivate the teamFor further details, or to apply now, please follow the link provided. Alternatively, please call Lee Hutchinson at SYK Recruitment now on (phone number removed). Please note any offers of employment are subject to an Enhanced DBS/PVG/Access NI c...
Chelmsford
17 days ago
Registered Mental Health Nurse (RMN)
Jupiter Recruitment
Registered Mental Health Nurse (RMN). An outstanding job opportunity has arisen for a committed Registered Mental Health Nurse to work in an exceptional hospital service based in the Chelmsford area. As a Nurse you will be working for one of UK's leading health care providers. The hospital has established an excellent reputation for providing high standards of treatment for a diverse range of mental health difficulties including addictions, depression, anxiety, and stress. They are also able to provide high quality therapy to individuals struggling with gender issues, low self-esteem, and those struggling with a diagnosis of HIV. As a Nurse your day to day duties include: Providing a high standard of care to people with mental illness and personality disorderDeveloping therapeutic relationships to optimise patient engagementFollowing all codes of conduct, standards and legislation, respecting the rights of others and promoting ethical practiceContributing to patient assessments, compiling a plan of care alongside the individual, and monitoring patient progressAt a more senior level, you’ll also need to lead shifts as well as mentoring and supporting student nurses and other members of the team An ideal Nurse must have these skills as they are beneficial for this position: RMN QualifiedNMC (Nursing & Midwifery Council Registered)Knowledge of the Mental Health ActPatient centric & commitment to delivering high quality careFine tuned decision making skillsExcellent organisational capabilityEffective communication skillsFlexibility and a strong “can do” attitude The successful Nurse will receive an excellent annual salary of £27,785.70 per annum. This exciting position is a Full Time role working 37.5 hours a week. In return for your hard work and commitment you will receive the following generous benefits: 25 days annual leave plus bank holidays (at commencement of employment)A group Personal Pension Plan (GPPP)Private Medical Insurance SchemeLife AssuranceFree mea...
Chelmsford
17 days ago
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Careworkers & health Jobs in Chelmsford