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2018-01-20 Home Care Job Title: Care Support Worker

Job Setting: Clients Home

Job Role: Carer / Support Worker

Date Posted: 21 Dec 2017

Job Location: Mitcham , London

Company:

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Salary: £11.00 to £14.00 per hour

Hours: Part Time

Contact Name: Avril Doyle

Job Reference: homecare.co.uk

Description

Adult Care Support Workers

£11.00 per hour

Are you looking for real job satisfaction caring for adults with health needs? If so, we want to meet you. We offer excellent training and development. We value the important role that care workers play in contributing to the health and well-being of our clients by providing daily care visits.

We are looking to recruit Care Support Workers for a rewarding career caring for Adults with a range of care needs in their own homes. You will need to live in or near to the London Borough of Merton.

As a Care Support Worker you must be:

  • Available to work between 7 am to 1pm and or 4 PM to 10 PM
  • Available to Work Weekdays and weekends
  • Experienced working with adults with care needs
  • Willing to train for a Level 3 (or already be qualified)

    What can we offer you?
     
  • Work for the leading Care Provider
  • Disclosure and Barring Service paid for
  • Guaranteed hours contract
  • Pension scheme

The pay rate is £11 per hour weekdays. £14 per hour at weekends.

This role would suit someone who has previously worked as a Care Assistant, Carer, Support Worker, or Adult Support Worker. 

There is no closing date.

Interviews will be held at Care at Home (Help for Carers), Vestry Hall, London Road, Mitcham, Surrey CR4 3UD.

So if you are looking for a rewarding career where you are treated as a valued team member, then please apply now.

Skills/Qualifications:

  • • Experience of providing care
  • • Health and Social Care NVQs level 2 or 3 / Health and Social Care Diploma level 2 or 3
  • • Able to develop good working relationships with carers and people with care needs while maintaining appropriate personal boundaries.