Herts Good Care are assisting Care Herts Ltd to find the perfect Care Assistant to join the team.
Job Title:Care Assistant
Company Name:Care Herts LTD
Shifts Available:Mornings , Evenings , Days , Weekends
Location:Hatfield, Welwyn Garden City
Type of Care Provider:Support at Home
Supporting individuals with:Dementia , End Of Life , Physical Disability , Neurological Conditions
Pay/Salary:£14 Per Hour
Hours of Work:7am to 1pm and 3pm to 10pm
Contract Type:Full Time Contract, Part Time Contract, 0 Hours Contract
About the Company
Care Herts LTD is a domiciliary care company based in Welwyn Garden City. We travel around Welwyn, Hatfield and surrounding areas to assist people to live the most independent life they can.
Whether this is sitting down and having a chat and a cup of tea, or providing personal care and administering medication.
We have day shifts, evening shifts, and weekends available.
Why should I apply for this Care Assistant job?
PPE provided (gloves, masks, aprons)
Additional and specialised training courses with the opportunities to progress.
What does this Care Assistant job involve?
Traveling in and around the community visiting people in their homes. Carrying out care following care plans closely. This can include:
Carrying out personal care
Am I the right person for this Care Assistant job?
Applicants must have a caring and friendly nature, and have access to their own car with a valid driving licence.
Must be able to work at least two evenings a week and every other weekend.
Prior experience in the care sector is essential.
If you are interested in this position please apply today and we will call you within the next couple of days. If this is not the right job for you, we have over 200 positions which you can search and apply by visiting Hertsgoodcare.
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