We are now recruiting Care Assistants/Care Workers across North Wales. Join your local care team today.
As a care worker, you can make a real difference to the lives of vulnerable people local to you, providing them with the support they need to live independently in their own homes.
No specific qualifications or background in care is required to become a care worker. What’s more important is that you have a natural calling to care combined with an understanding of our Core Values. We provide all the support and development opportunities you need to become one of our fabulous care workers.
We reward our care workers generously for the support they provide. With competitive rates of pay and a modern, comprehensive training programme, plus extra training as and when it’s needed, we’ve become the care company of choice for many acros North Wales. You’ll also benefit from a commitment to work life balance, a cultureof support and the opportunity to work for an organisation that truly values you.
Key responsibilities include:
- Supporting individuals in their own homes, with their care requirements, while promoting independence. Each visit typically lasts from 30 minutes to a few hours – we do NOT do 15 minute calls. You’ll be expected to travel to customers, so a full valid UK driving license and access to a car is essential.
- Sleep ins and waking night are also available.
- Ensuring all care is delivered to a high standard, and documented within the individual’s care plan.
- Personal care – you’ll be expected to help customers with a number of tasks, such as getting into and out of bed, washing, bathing and dressing, or, where necessary, providing continence support.
- Managing medication – you’ll be responsible for helping people to manage their medication after the appropriate training has been provided.
- Home help and running errands – you’ll provide help with tasks and chores around the home, such as vacuuming or preparing meals. Many of our customers require support getting out and about – you’ll assist them with tasks such as shopping or picking up prescriptions.
- Companionship – An important part of your role, as a visiting hourly carer, is to provide good company for your customers. You’ll become someone to talk to and someone to listen to. You must treat your customers with dignity, patience and compassion at all times.
You will have excellent interpersonal and communication skills and have the ability to develop strong working relationships. You will have a kind and caring nature, a commitment to your new role and a desire to work in an organisation where you can make a real difference.