15000 - 20000
Closing - 31 Jan 2022
Job Title: Community Care Assistant in Sudbury
Responsible to: Coordinator / Senior Carer
Salary: £10 – £14.08 Per Hour
Forest Homecare are recruiting Community Care Assistants to work in Sudbury and surrounding villages. No experience is necessary as full paid training is provided.
You will be part of an established family run care agency that operates throughout Essex & Suffolk.
What we can offer you:
• Work in your local community
• Join a great team working for a highly respected organisation
• Paid induction training with regular updates
• Care certificate & Health and Social Care qualifications
• Free DBS Check (if required)
• Uniforms and PPE provided
• Full or Part Time Hours with flexible shifts to suit you
• Mileage paid dependent on area and travel requirements
• Holiday Pay
• Annual Salary reviews
• Auto Enrolment Pension Scheme
• Recommend a Friend scheme paying up to £1000 per successful referral
• Helping our Service Users maintain their independence and dignity
• Assisting our Service Users with all aspects of personal care such as dressing, undressing, bathing and toileting
• Supporting with preparing and serving meals
• Maintaining the service user’s physical environment including laundry, changing and making beds, tidying and light cleaning duties
We provide care 365 days a year between the hours of 6am to 11pm and split this over 4 shifts (Morning, Lunch, Tea and Bed).
We can offer you full or part time hours including every other weekend or one day every weekend.
• Have a naturally caring and compassionate nature
• Be reliable and honest
• Understand the importance of maintaining our Service Users’ dignity and respect
• Excellent verbal and written communication
• Car owners – this is essential due to the location of our Service Users
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