• A caring nature and a desire to work in the care industry
• Honest, trustworthy and a good communicator
• Enhanced pay for Saturday work
• Guaranteed contracted hours available
• Excellent pay rates
• Free uniform
• Loyalty bonus, based on your performance
• Fully enhanced DBS check, which you can subscribe to the update service
• Career progression opportunities
• Free training and induction programme
• Free care certificate
• Working 9.30pm – 7.30am
• The Care Assistant will ensure that the personal needs of elderly residents are met in a way that respects their dignity and promotes independence.
• A Care Assistant will provide the best possible care environment by promoting a warm, friendly and homely atmosphere, and help towards the smooth day-to-day running of the home.
• Care Assistants will bring to the attention of the home manager any matter which will improve health & safety within the home and the service to residents.
• Help residents who need help with dressing, undressing, bathing and the toilet.
• Help residents with mobility problems and other physical disabilities including incontinence, particularly where the use of aids and appliances are concerned.
• Care for residents who are temporarily sick and need minor dressings and bed nursing.
• Help care for residents who are dying.
• Assist in the promotion of mental and physical activities of residents by talking, excursions, hobbies, and recreations.
• Make and change beds, tidy rooms, do light cleaning.
• Inspect, launder and mend resident’s clothes.
• Set tables and trays, serve meals, feed residents who need help, prepare light snacks and wash up, tidy and clear the dining room.
• Answer emergency alarms, the door and telephone, and treat all visitors cordially.
• Take an active part in meetings.
• Read and write reports. Ensure all records are kept up to date and in the correct place.
• Undertake training as required.
• Abide by the policies and procedures of the home.
• Such other duties as may be reasonably required.