Job role: Hourly Care Assistant (UK).
Job sector: Healthcare.
Job Type: Full-time.
Country: United Kingdom.
Salary: £15 per hour.
Shift & Schedule:
- Weekends only.
- Weekend availability.
- Night shift.
- Every weekend.
- Day shift.
- Guaranteed pay contract – consistent pay for an agreed minimum amount of hours every month.
- You will have a nice mixture of 1-hour visits for hourly stand-alone clients but most of our calls will be at least 3 hours or longer. This work covers our live-in carer breaks.
- Options to work full-time, part-time, evenings, and weekends.
- Excellent pay rates – £15 per hour.
- Paid time and mileage between calls – 45p a mile.
- Double pay on bank holidays.
- Generously refer a friend scheme using the Care Friends app.
- FREE Blue Light Card.
- FREE Onboarding training with qualified trainers.
- Access to the Care Certificate if you don’t already have it.
- Access to free training on an ad hoc basis including a diploma in health and social care.
- FREE annual refresher training.
- Access to our free employee assistance program supporting in times of need.
- FREE Enhanced DBS at induction.
- Access to on-call support when you are working.
About the Job.
We are looking for a professional care assistant to join our hourly homecare team. When you join us, you’ll discover how our community of colleagues is always there for each other, supporting our clients in and around Oxford.
If you are a caring individual who lives in or near Oxford, is eligible to work in the UK, and holds a valid driving license, this could be the role for you.
- Previous paid experience as a care assistant, domiciliary carer, support worker, or personal healthcare assistant.
- Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal.
- A driver’s license and your transport are essential, with business insurance to drive your client.
- Ability to use technology to a good level, as all of our systems are online you’ll spend less time writing admin and more time with your client.
- The right to work in the UK.
- Residence within Oxfordshire.