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£9.69 Per Hour
Closing Date: 04/08/20
At Lydia Eva Court we are recruiting for a Casual Care Support Worker to work nights as and when required.
Lydia Eva Court is a remarkable care-home facility. The modern, purpose-built home sits on the edge of Gorleston and provides some of the best care-home facilities in the UK. Lydia Eva Court provides residential care for up to 88 people in six separate areas and specialise in those living with dementia. Other facilities include welcoming communal areas with large screen TV’s and sofas, quiet rooms, a hairdressing salon, wonderful landscaped gardens and a café.
If you would like to learn more about the Care Support Worker role and responsibilities, please visit the NorseCare website.
Working for NorseCare provides a rewarding career in a supported environment, giving you specialist training and guidance to deliver the best possible person-centred care at all times. We believe in making a difference to the lives of everyone around us.
Our aim is to offer high-quality care and support, which enables people to be as independent as possible and remain healthy, active and engaged within their community.
NorseCare is seeking passionate, caring people to join their team. You will be a hard worker who understands the importance of working as a team to promote the independence of our residents and tenants. If you share in our values, are compassionate, caring and take pride in providing a quality driven service then we would like to hear from you.
Our NorseCare Values:
Compassion – Keeping all that live with us at the heart of everything we do, and to provide a service we are all proud of.
Aspiration – The ability to support all who live with us to achieve their aspirations and thrive in a person-centred environment.
Respect – Valuing each person as an individual, respecting their rights, choices, dignity and the personal contribution they make.
Empowering – The ability to create a homely and innovative community where everyone takes part, has a voice and loves to live and work.
Our benefits include:
- Competitive rates of pay with excellent benefits
- Enhancements for working weekends and Bank Holidays
- A DBS check, paid for by us
- A comprehensive induction programme
- Regular learning and training reviews with access to our digital E-learning platform and our learning resource library
- Clearly defined progression routes supporting you with your career development
- Training such as in-house mandatory training (including the Care Certificate), specialist training (such as dementia care and end of life) and development training offering fully-funded NVQ Level 2-3 qualifications (following successful completion of a probationary period)
- Reward & Recognition scheme, including the opportunity to be awarded Love2Shop vouchers
- NEST Auto-Enrolment pension scheme (subject to eligibility)
- Annual staff awards celebration event
- Work wear provided, dependent on the role
- Cycle to Work scheme
- Physiotherapy scheme
- 24/7 staff helpline to assist with legal or financial information, or personal support and guidance
- Access to a Credit Union for excellent savings and loan options
An enhanced DBS check will be applied for the successful applicant, paid for by NorseCare. Please click here for details of our DBS policy relating to the recruitment of ex-offenders.
Please note that we reserve the right to close the vacancy once we have received sufficient applications, so we would advise you to submit your application as early as possible.
Due to the high numbers of applications we receive for our vacancies, if you do not hear from us within 2 weeks of the date you apply, please assume that your application has been unsuccessful for this position.