Night Shift Care Assistant Job - Complex Needs in Berkeley - Berkeley
Night Shift Care Assistant Job - Complex Needs in BerkeleyWe are looking for an enthusiastic and genuinely caring person to join our Complex Care at Home team working night shifts for our client in the Berkeley area of Bristol. You should be willing to work weekends / every other weekend within this role due to our clients requiring full time support.We provide care for people living with long term conditions such as muscle degeneration, spinal injury and cerebral palsy who need support to stay in their own home. Our person-centred approach means that every client receives a personalised care plan delivered by our team of experienced home carers, healthcare assistants and nurses.We are looking for an experienced Home Carer or Healthcare Assistant who:Is committed to the caring professionIs reliable and dependable Has excellent communication skillsHas good record keeping skillsIs able to work autonomously You will be an integral part of supporting the wellbeing of our client and enabling them to get the most out of their daily life. You will have access to comprehensive training and 24-hour support to ensure you continue to grow and develop your skills. It's important that you work in a sensitive and professional manner with both our client and their family group.Our ideal team member will have experience in aspects of care such as PEG care, tracheostomy, CPAP, cough assist, ventilation, first aid, lone working, moving and handling, medication administration and personal care. Benefits of joining our Bristol Complex Care Team:Up to ??12.86/hr, paid weekly including holiday payPermanent contract with guaranteed hours that suit youFree criminal record check (DBS) upfrontFree uniform upon joiningFree ongoing training and development through credits earned as you workClient-specific inductionRecommend a Friend scheme paying up to ??500 per successful referralOne to one relationship with a local service manager based in Bristol24/7 service from dedicated Central Support team.Upon joining, you'll receive a full in-house induction as well as an introduction to the client you will be supporting, their needs and care plan. You'll receive any training necessary to top up your skills, including a shadow shift if required. To apply for this role, you will need to have:The ability to prove your right to live and work in the UKAt least 3 months' previous paid experience working in a complex care environment in the UK within the last 3 yearsReferee contact details for your current place of work, including a manager who can comment on your clinical ability, and for all employments in the past 18 months or your 3 most recent jobsAccess to your own vehicleClick the Apply Now button to begin your application.If you cannot apply online, please call . Newcross Healthcare Solutions is committed to promoting equal opportunities and nothing in this job advert is intended to discriminate against anyone in any way.