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  • Support Worker South East England

    South East England,£7.98 per hour

    Job Description: Support Worker - Supported Living- Learning disabilties - Recruiting. on behalf of a large and well-established Care and Support provider. for Support Workers to provide support to adults with learning. disabilities and complex needs at a supported living service in. Ottershaw, near Chertsey. You will work as key member of a friendly staff team, enabling. residents to maximise their independence and to engage in social and. leisure activities, as well as promoting independent living skills. Key duties will include. Encouraging and enabling individuals to maximise their. independence. Promoting independent living skills through proactive. person-centered care and support. Providing support with personal care. Accompanying individuals to appointments such as GP, hospital. dentist, shops etc. Supporting people to engage in social activities. Updating care plans, records and reports. No experience necessary - comprehensive training is provided with an. excellent benefits package that includes holidays, pensions and. childcare vouchers. Applicants will need to have. A genuine desire to support people to make choices about their. unique lifestyle and lead independent lives. A flexible and dedicated attitude and approach. Good communication skills. If you're looking for a new career development opportunity in a. company that invests in their staff, send your CV …

    July 20, 2018 05:35:17

  • Support Worker

    £8.53 per hour

    Job Description: SUPPORT WORKERS. Must have a driving licence. Titchfield, Hampshire. £8.53 per hour. Our Male Service Users have Learning Disabilities, Autism & Challenging Behaviour based near Titchfield (PO15) in single person flats. We currently wish to recruit Support Workers with a driving licence to care and support for our male service users. Both service users have mobility cars and like to be taken out on a regular basis. The service users also enjoy a range of activities and trips out including music for health sessions, swimming, going to the theatre and cinema, bowling, going to local pubs and restaurants and cycling. Are you caring, passionate and positive that wants to make a difference for our service users life. We wish to recruit Support Workers or Care / Support Workers or Trainee Support Workers with a current driving licence. As a Support Worker you will make an unimaginable difference to someone's life and the service users will come to trust and rely on you. As a Support Worker you will find no day is exactly the same, which makes your job exciting and demanding and rewarding. Our clients in return will offer Support Workers. A COMPETITIVE RATE OF PAY. 24 OR 36 OR 42 HOUR CONTRACT. INDUCTION, NVQ 2 & 3 TRAINING PAID FOR. OVERTIME OFFERED. PENSION SCHEME. HOLIDAY SCHEME DISCOUNTS. RETAIL DISCOUNT PACKAGE. GYM MEMBERSHIP DISCOUNT SCHEME. CHILDCARE VOUCHERS. For further details please call Care First on 01202 854777 (office hours) or 07785 331104 (evenings and weekends). …

    July 20, 2018 05:27:57

  • Nurses/Health Care Assistant

    £18000 to £ 30000 per annum

    Job Description: Health Care Assistant. HCA's will ideally have an NVQ Level 2 or 3 in Health & Social Care. Previous knowledge and experience off challenging behaviour and autism is. very desirable. They will be providing personal care and supporting the. Nurses that are in charge. We need full and part time staff. There are. days and nights available. Personality wise they need to be confident. friendly and able to engage with residents. They need to be able to. diffuse situations and deal with episodes of challenging behavior. Responsibilities and Duties. Personal care. Meals. Housework. Medication. Escorting. Shopping. Qualifications and Skills. Caring Nature. Health Care Assistant benefits include. Career progression through our Career Pathway. On-line training programme. Vocational training (QCF Health & Social Care. Staff awards programme. Recruitment cash scheme. NHS top up scheme. NURSE. We are currently recruiting on behalf of our client who is one of the. leading care home groups in the UK and require a Registered Nurse for a. home in Leicester & Essex. The Registered Nurse will promote a high standard of nursing care, ensure. all staff are supervised appropriately and the shift runs in a smooth and. efficient manner. The successful candidate will perform all general nursing duties, follow. CQC and NMC guidelines, report to the home manager, update care plans and. administer safe medication. You will provide a high standard of care and work within a team as well. as on your own initiative. Requirements. Nurses need to have no restrictions on their pin. They need to have completed there UK preceptor-ship. You must have excellent communication and written skills and have. previous experience working within a nursing home or elderly care. setting. Self-motivated, resilient and well-organised, you will be a team player. but also be required to work on your own initiative. You will be dependable, able to work well under pressure and flexible. to meet the needs of the residents and the home. As a key member of the team you will contribute to the leadership of. the service engaging with Healthcare Assistants as well as the dedicated. Nursing team within the home. Benefits Include. Generous Holiday Allowance. Pension - Employees will be automatically enrolled into our designated. workplace pension scheme. Long service award - Recognition for service and commitment. Mentor bonus scheme. Excellent work …

    July 20, 2018 05:06:51

  • Skilled Support Workers Needed!

    £8 to £ 9 per annum

    Job Description: * *SUPPORT WORKERS - WE WANT YOU!* *. Location: Northumberland. Salary : £9-10 ph. TEMPORARY ONGOING ASSIGNMENT. BS Social Care are a national recruitment organisation that specialise in the recruitment of healthcare professionals. We're currently recruiting for Support Workers to support young adults aged 16+ who have learning disabilities. Duties will include supporting service users during their education, and also with outside activities and homework. Support is also required within their supporting living environment; helping with cleaning, cooking and other activities. This is a great opportunity for you to work with adults with learning and physical disabilities in a range of both day and residential services. What you need. Excellent communication skills. Positive can do attitude. 2 years relevant experience. All mandatory training. Work flexible hours. Does this sound like you. If so, please call the office on 0191 2617570 or ideally send your CV. The position will be subject to a DBS being completed, although DBS' registered to the update service are acceptable. The successful candidate will be experienced in the support of young adults with learning disabilities and will have current mandatory training. For more information, please call on 0191 2617570 or send your …

    July 20, 2018 04:59:44

  • Care Support Worker London

    London,£8.50 per hour

    Job Description: Job title: Care Support Worker. Reporting to: Care Coordinator. Salary: £8.50 per hour. Hours: 06:30am - 21:30pm (with breaks. Days: minimum 3 days per week and alternate weekends. Location: Brent, London. Start Date: ASAP. Our client. Our client Field's Care Ltd is a well-established, reliable domiciliary care service head-quartered in North West London. Their key principle is promoting independence and well-being for all service users and they are now currently looking to add to and grow their existing team by hiring several Care Support workers to join their team in Brent. Our clients' staff work in a double up situation 90% of the time, this helps new care workers transition into their role more effectively. Our client also offers great training opportunities including The Care Certificate, NVQ level 2 and 3 in Health and Social Care. They also provide a full induction and shadowing support. Ideal candidate. The ideal candidate must. Live reasonably locally to Brent. Speak fluent English. Be educated to at least Secondary School level. Preferably have at least 1 years' experience in a similar role - Experience of working with Adults that fall into the categories of Older People/Dementia/Physical Disability/Sensory Impairment. MUST hold a valid UK driving licence and have use of own vehicle for transportation (drivers only. Skills and Attributes. Good communication skills; written and verbal. An active team player. Ability to work on own initiative. Sound understanding of good care principles and regulations. Ability to build working relations with health professionals and the local authority. Ability to cope under pressure. Even-tempered and patient. Ability to cope with change. Ability to display empathy. Key Tasks. Dressing and Undressing/Preparing the service user for Day Care of trips out. Washing/Bathing/Showering/Shaving/Grooming/Oral Hygiene. Hair Care (Washing and Brushing. Nail Care (Fingernails only. Toileting and all aspects of Personal Hygiene. Continence Management. Care of Pressure Sores (under appropriate nursing supervision. Getting in and out of Bed. Assisting with the use of aids to daily living/Rehabilitations Aids, as required. Helping with rehabilitation programmes, as prescribed by Healthcare Professionals. Day/Evening/Nigh Sitting services, as required. Healthcare. Assisting the service user to take prescribed medication. Dietary Care. Preparation of snacks and meals according to the service users likes/dislikes. Assisting with feeding, as required. Domestic/Household Services. General Cleaning Duties – To include, cleaning/dusting/vacuuming/polishing, in accordance with service users care planning documentation and company's health and safety policy and procedure. Bed-making. Clearing refuse and rubbish. Laundering/Hand-Washing/ironing, as required. Shopping and the preparation of shopping lists and assistance with budgeting. Light Gardening Tasks (subject to previous agreement at the Care Planning Stage. Health and Safety. Take responsibility for your health and safety in the workplace and the wellbeing of colleagues and service users around you. To ensure all measures are taken to prevent injury to you, your colleagues and service users affected by your actions and omissions at work. To work in accordance with the company's health and safety policy and procedure [HR02. To work in accordance with health and safety obligations instilled during attendance to training programmes. Responsible for the attendance to the Induction training programme. Responsible for the attendance to all required health and safety update training programmes, internally and externally conducted. Responsible to attend annual update training programmes both internal and external as necessary. To ensure all tasks carried out by the branch's care force are performed with the utmost regards for the health and safety of all those involved. To work in accordance with the health and safety guidelines of the Care Workers Handbook. To effectively assess, reduce and record all aspects of a service users risk assessment date incorporated within the company's care and support planning documentation. To effectively report and manage any identified health and safety risks during the completion of an initial care and support visit, regular home visit or review, involving your Line Manager and other health professionals. Effectively identifying, accessing, evaluating and eliminating health and safety risks to employees within their working environment. Effectively introduce control measures to reduce risks to a reasonable level. To effectively report accidents and incidents regarding service users, personal events and supporting colleagues. To effectively report accidents under RIDDOR to your Line Manager with immediate effect. To effectively record accidents and incidents regarding service users, personal events and supporting colleagues. To effectively report changes in your medical well-being that pose a risk to you, a colleague or a service user within your working environment. Responsible for using any moving and handling equipment in accordance with training programmes, company policies and procedures and governing legislation. Responsible for using personal protective equipment (P.P.E) provided by us. To work in accordance with infection control guidance and training. To work in accordance with the company's medication policy and procedure. Other duties. At times of holiday or sickness or in the event of a vacancy the post holder may be required to provide cover for other staff. Participate in and contribute to one's own appraisal and supervision. Assist in promoting the aims of the organisation. Please note. Due to high volume of responses received for this role we will not be able to contact all applicants directly. If you have not heard from us within two weeks please consider your application …

    July 20, 2018 04:48:19

  • Project Workers (Gateshead) North East England

    North East England,£8 to £ 9 per annum

    Job Description: Passionate Project Workers – WE WANT YOU. BS Social Care have some fantastic opportunities available for professionals in this field seeking flexibility, progression and variation within their career. This is YOUR chance to gain an important work/life balance, working for one of the country's most established recruitment agencies. Some of the benefits we offer include. Competitive rates of pay, provided on a weekly basis. Ad hoc shifts, temporary contacts and temp to perm opportunities. Accrued holiday pay. At BS Social Care, we find that recruiting exceptional people produces exceptional results – to join us in delivering the highest quality of care possible in the North East don't hesitate to apply below. Application requirements. Right to work in the UK. Minimum of 6 months paid experience/qualifications in the care sector. Dedication to the care industry and a natural ability to build rapport with clients and colleagues. Please send your CV through or call 0191 2617570 to further discuss the exciting opportunities we have on …

    July 20, 2018 04:36:09

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