Job role: Care Assistant.
Job sector: Healthcare.
Job Type: Full-time
Country: United Kingdom.
Salary: £13.50 – £15.00 per hour
Shift & Schedule:
- Weekend availability.
- Night shift.
- Day shift.
- Company pension.
- Employee discount.
- Free or subsidized travel.
- Referral program.
- Guaranteed hour contracts.
- Full-time, part-time, and weekend availability are available.
- Excellent pay rates above London living wage.
- Paid travel time and travel costs between calls.
- Minimum of 1 hour visits.
- Award-winning in-house training.
- Care certificate, level 2 & 3 Diploma along with expert-led advanced courses and extensive learning programmes.
- 24/7 on-call support.
- Funded Blue Light Card.
- Generous ‘Refer A Friend’ Scheme.
- Access to our Employee Assistance Programme.
- All clients are accessible by public transport.
- Holiday pay and pension scheme.
About the Job.
If you’re passionate about providing the very best care, we think there’s nowhere better to work than The Good Care Group. Working as an hourly care assistant on a guaranteed hours contract, you’ll make a genuine difference in the lives of the people you support. You’ll provide hourly care and companionship at a time when people need it the most and all in the comfort of their own homes. This isn’t just work. It’s life-changing work.
When you join us you can be assured that you will have a CQC ‘outstanding’ team supporting you. We’ll help you develop your knowledge through our specialist training courses and ensure you have all the support you need from our team of caring experts. If you have worked as a domiciliary carer, health care assistant, or been a carer in a care home or hospital, then we’d love to speak with you about joining our team.
Please note you must already have the right to work in the UK. We cannot assist with any sponsorship or visa requests – including those applying for a health and social care visa.
- Supporting clients with their care.
- Supporting with continence management.
- Administering medication.
- Light housework.
- Preparing healthy meals.
- Accompanying clients to appointments and social outings.
- Supporting clients to pursue their interests and hobbies.
- Offering specialized care for people living with conditions such as dementia, Parkinson’s disease, strokes, and other conditions, as well as end-of-life care.
- A minimum of 6 months’ professional care experience working, for example in a care home, nursing home, healthcare assistant, domiciliary care worker or similar.
- Household management skills e.g. cleaning, hoovering, and keeping a home tidy.
- Ability to work effectively within time allocated.
- Reliable and punctual.
- Able to work as part of a multidisciplinary team.
- IT skills – able to use a computer/laptop and online systems.