We are currently looking for bank experienced carers at Firgrove House, a small friendly family run residential home. Rated “Outstanding” by CQC, we are looking to recruit new members to join our team and help us for bank shift cover. The applicant must have experience in the care industry and NVQ 2 and above beneficial. Previous Medication administration experience and training would also be preferred. You will need to have a enhanced Adults DBS issued within the last 3 years. (or be able to apply online with instructions from us)
This would suit someone looking to help during these difficult times, who may have been previously employed in care. If you have a passion to help people and can offer your assistance during this time then we would love to hear from you. Currently this role is for bank hours but if you wanted permanent hours, then this can be offered when available. Due to government guidance this needs to be your only role in a health care environment.
The applicant will need to have excellent communication skills, and must be reliable.
The ideal candidate will have a passion for caring and be able to work well within a team and independently under your own initiative. You will be part of a team responsible for the physical, emotional, and social needs of up to 18 clients; including those with dementia needs in a caring, kind and respectful manner; ensuring their dignity and self-respect is maintained.
Our shift patterns are 8am-2pm, 2pm-8pm, 8pm – 8am. but there may be flexibility with shift times during this period. Please just let us know what you could do.
Current rates of pay range from £8.80 to £9.90 depending on shift and NVQ/QCF level.
Double time is paid for bank holidays.
Friday, Saturday & Sunday paid at Weekend Night Rate
DBS & Initial Uniform supplied by employer (T&C’s apply)
Friendly Team and Family friendly homely Environment
We look forward to hearing from you.
Reference ID: Care Assistant – Covid 19
Job Types: Part-time, Permanent
Salary: £8.80-£9.90 per hour
PPE and infection control procedures are in place and staff need to wear masks, gloves and aprons in accordance to procedures.
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