Home Care/Support Worker - New Year New Career

Recruiter
Health & Social Care Jobs Ltd
Location
Beverley, East Riding of Yorkshire
Salary
Up to £11.70 per hour, plus mileage, plus benefits
Posted
30 Nov 2016
Closes
14 Dec 2016
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

We are looking for Home Care Assistants & Support Workers for the Beverley area and surrounding villages.  We have full and part time jobs however you do need to be a car driver due to the nature of the work.  One of the main providers or Care & Support to older people within their own homes, we have an outstanding reputation.

Could you support an older adult to get up on a morning, prepare meals, help with medication, help them with personal tasks and be a great companion for them?

Availability

You would need some availability during our busy times which are Early Mornings, Lunchtimes, Evenings and Weekends.  Example:

Guaranteed Hours are agreed at interview depending on your availability.

Full time hours covering Mornings, Evenings and alternate Weekends

Part Time Hours covering Mornings, Evening and alternate Weekends

Part Time weekends only or Part Time evenings only

Bank Hours are available for those that want flexible hours as and when.

(Please note we cannot offer school hours due to our client's needs)

Rates of Pay

We pay up to £11.70 per hour plus

Excellent incentives including high street vouchers, phone and gym discounts.

Under 25 Monday - Friday £7.30, Weekends £7.40, Bank Holidays £11.10 per hour.

Over 25 Monday - Friday £7.80, Weekends £7.90, Bank Holidays £11.70 per hour.

16p-20p per mile (Depending on area)

Don't worry if you don't have any experience we provide excellent training.  All our carers come from all walks of life, many just wanting a change of career.  Being a Care Assistant & Support Worker can be very rewarding, if you have the desire to make someone's day a bit brighter and easier please get in touch.  We will answer any questions you may have.

Home Care Assistant & Support Worker jobs Beverley, East Riding of Yorkshire