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Closing Date: 30/11/20
Health Care Assistant / Carer
Location: Sheringham / Mundesley
Contract: 40 hours per week
We have an exciting opportunity to join our team at Sun Court and Clarence House in the beautiful seaside towns of Sheringham and Mundesley, whether your experienced or just thinking about your first Care Job this could be the move for you.
This position is for a Carer to work flexibly across two homes in Norfolk.
Sun Court is a registered Nursing Home specialising in Nursing Care. The home caters for up to 28 residents and we are always busy.
You will work as part of a team under the direction of professionally qualified nurse.
Clarence House is a registered Residential Home in specialising in Dementia Care. We are a 41-bed home, all with varying clinical, physical needs.
Here at Clarence House we provide support for older people, we provide more than just somewhere to live; we provide a caring home environment with activities and support.
Does this sound like you, professional, reliable, and compassionate. Someone who understands the importance of providing care with dignity and respect, if so, we want to hear from you.
Salary starting from £8.82 – £9.10
Nest Pension Scheme, 3% contribution from employer
Full induction & on-going fully certificated training to support your development
We promote recognized qualifications in care and encourage learning
Perk Box subscription offering discounts on everyday shopping & free wellbeing service
Company progression opportunities- over 80% promotion within services
Company awards yearly recognising progression and service
Responsibilities of a Health Care Assistant
To maintain high standards of personal conduct; to show proper concern for the welfare and confidentiality of those who are cared for at Sun Court and protect them from abuse.
To work hard in delivering care to patients; to follow Sun Court’s policies, procedures, and individual patient’s care plans under the direction of the Registered Nurse in charge of each shift.
To maintain high standards of personal hygiene, wear the uniform provided and be responsible for its cleanliness.
Health Care Assistants, who are the Key Workers, can be involved in planning care for their residents.
Reporting to the Registered Nurse in charge of the shift on the condition of residents.
To be kind and polite to residents, visitors, and colleagues.
If this sounds like the job for you, please contact the recruitment team for more information.