Safe Hands Community Carers are looking for enthusiastic, reliable home care workers to support people maintain their independence at home.
The types of care a Care Worker will provide will vary from person to person but may include:
Personal Care – help with getting up and getting ready for the day and settling in for the night, washing, bathing and toileting.
Practical Support – domestic tasks such as laundry, cleaning, tidying, shopping, preparing and cooking meals and taking people out to the shops, doctors or social events.
Specialised Care – supporting people with more complex needs such as, end of life care, or with supporting people with acquired brain injury or those living with a long term condition.
Specialised Hours - involving 24 hour live-in and awake nights.
What we look for…
As an organisation, we look to develop people who:
·have a passion about helping people maintain independence at home
·possess a can do, positive attitude
·possess the compassion, dedication and willingness to go the extra mile
·have excellent communication skills and the ability to build relationships with those we support and those around them.
·enjoy a challenge and are flexible in their approach to work
·are fun and enjoyable to work with
What we offer…
Career development, local work, good rates of pay, paid holiday, free Induction Training, regular refresher training, uniform, regular supervision, employee recognition, opportunity to study for Diploma in Health and Social Care.
Successful applicants will be flexible with their working hours and will ideally have their own transport.
For further information, please contact us today.