Night Care Worker
15000 - 20000
Closing - 08 Aug 2021
Are you an experienced and dedicated Care Worker who would like to work for an ‘OUTSTANDING’ CQC rated care service which has also won ‘Care Service of Year’ and ‘Inspiring Manager’ in the Suffolk Care Awards?
Do you enjoy helping others and making a significant difference to someone’s life?
Suffolk Mind is a registered charity promoting mental health and well-being services throughout Suffolk and we want to make Suffolk the best place in the world for talking about and taking care of mental health.
We are looking for a passionate and dedicated night care worker to work within our friendly residential home – Montrose House, located in north east Ipswich.
We provide 24 hour care and support tailored to the needs of the individual.
28.2 hours per week
Fixed nights Monday, Saturday, Sunday, 21.45 PM – 07.45 AM
(Plus the option to cover extra shifts -to cover sickness/holiday)
From £8.91 per hour – £9.61 per hour
(FTE £17,143 – £18,500 per annum pro rata plus 20% enhancement)
Previous experience in a caring role
Hold or be willing to work towards at least a Level 2 Health and Social Care qualification
Flexible team player
Able to work night shifts and occasional day shifts for training and continuous professional development
25 days paid holiday plus bank holidays (pro rata for part time + an annual option to buy or sell annual leave)
Occupational sick pay
Free DBS check
Free internal wellbeing course available – Your needs met
Family friendly culture
We are also looking to recruit a part time day care worker – please visit job vacancies on our website for more information and to apply.
If you are shortlisted we will require a completed Suffolk Mind application form prior to interview.
Closing date for all applications is: Sunday 8th August 2021
Suffolk Mind has a commitment to Safeguarding and safer employment. We are an equal opportunities employer. All employees are subject to a satisfactory DBS check.
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