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Closing Date: 25/12/20
Due to the increased demand for healthcare staff supporting people in the Norfolk community, we are increasing our team numbers to provide care and support to people with health and social care needs living in their own homes.
We are currently recruiting home care assistants to join the domiciliary care team in our Norwich branch. We are in need of caring, compassionate and reliable individuals who want to make a difference to the lives of others.
You will be working out in the community, visiting service users in their homes to provide support with:
- Personal Care
- Moving and Handling
- Maintaining Household Tasks
- Promoting independence and providing social support
- Administering/Prompting medication
- Preparing meals and assisting with eating and drinking
We are currently recruiting individuals to work in the NR2 area of Norwich, This position offers flexible hours and we can accommodate you if you are only looking to work morning, evenings and/or weekends.
Care assistants are ideally required to start at either 7:00 AM or 16:00 PM and work every other weekend – however if your availability doesn’t fit to this we would still love to hear from you.
Previous care experience is useful however it is not essential as we will provide you with full training to give you the skills and knowledge needed for the role.
Why join us?
- Paid Mileage
- Weekly pay
- Paid holiday
- £9 – 10 pay rates
- Uniform and PPE provided.
- COVID-19 training
- Free training
- Flexible working hours
- Refer a friend scheme = receive a £50 bonus
- ongoing support and the opportunity to progress in your role
For more information, a general chat or to apply please call 01603616999 or alternatively send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org – DCNR8PM.
Don’t delay, Join us and make a difference today!