Female Care Worker

13 Jan 2021
10 Feb 2021
Contract Type
Full Time
Salary: GBP10:75/hour
Full training provided - No previous experience in Care is required
Regular COVID-19 testing and full PPE provided
Full time / part time hours availableMiHomecare, a national leading provider for home care services, are recruiting for Female Care Workers across Islington and surrounding areas.
MiHomecare provide in depth training and shadowing to turn you into a skilled key worker with a stable job during these uncertain times. As a key worker your children will still be able to go to school in line with the government's latest advice whilst you will make a real difference to vulnerable people's lives in this pandemic.
Here at MiHomecare, we are always growing, and we are currently looking for caring individuals to join our team of Domiciliary Care Workers to assist our Service Users. This could be anything from helping with meal preparation, medication, companionship as well as personal care.
We hire experienced and non-experienced, as we do offer a full, paid induction course, which will go over everything you need to know, as well as shadowing days with experienced carers, who will help you adjust and guide you to your new role out in the community.
Among the benefits are:
Flexible working hours;Paid Annual Leave and Holiday entitlementFree company uniform;Paid induction;Free DBS administration completed on your behalf;Opportunity to complete Level 2/Level 3 Diploma in Health and Social Care;Career Progression within the company;
We have both Part-Time, and Full-Time positions available, with shifts split into Morning and Evening runs, and alternate Weekends, offering flexibility to fit around you. Usual shift pattern 7am-3pm and 3pm-10pm
Immediate Video Interviews
Areas we cover Include: N19, N1 N4, N5,N6, N8, N16, N7, WC1, EC1, and EC2
So if want to join our ever growing team of Care workers, we would love to hear from you!There is a genuine occupational requirement for the holder of this post to be male/female in accordance with the Health and Social Care Act 2008 (Regulated Activities) Regulations 2014 and Equality Act 2010