Female Home Care Assistants - No Experience Necessary (Car Drivers Essential)
- Full Time
We are looking for passionate Home Care Assistants in Birmingham, West Midlands.
We are very passionate about the service we provide and being a Care Assistant is a very rewarding job. Unfortunately Care always receives bad press in the news, the good care that is provided gets forgotten about! We only provide the very best care and support to our customers! Without excellent care assistants we cannot make that happen and we value our staff team.
We are recruiting for a provider of High Quality personal care and support to people living in their own homes in the Rednal, Bournville, Quinton, Winson Green, Ladywood, Sutton Coldfield, Erdington, Perry Common, Acocks Green, Hall Green, Selly Oak, Northfield, Longbridge, West Heath, Rubery, Cofton Hackett, Hopwood, Kendal End, Rotton Park, Edgbaston, Hockley areas of Birmingham.
£8.00 per hour, plus travel time paid (mileage included). Full time hours (24-40) and part time hours (16-20) available.
What is the role of a Home Care Assistant?
- Each of our clients are individual and as such their needs vary. Here is an example of your typical duties:
- Assisting clients with getting up on a morning.
- Assisting with washing, dressing and preparing breakfast.
- Prompting with medication.
- Collecting pension, taking them out shopping or doing it for them.
- Preparing meals
- Putting them to bed
- Personal care such as washing, showering, shaving, toileting and general hygiene.
What experience do I need to be a Home Care Assistant?
- No experience is necessary as full training will be provided.
- A genuine desire to be a care assistant is essential.
- Car Drivers are essential as you will be travelling between client's homes.
Why work for us?
We are very passionate not only about the Care we provide but the people that provide it. If you have always thought about a career as a Care Assistant, please get in touch.
The clients who we care for have the right to specify the gender of the person providing them Care and Support and under the Equality Act 2010 (Schedule 9, Part 1: general occupational requirements) we only require Female carers at the present time.