As a Care Assistant, you can help make a difference in people's lives!
As a Care Assistant in Devizes and the surroundings, you’ll reap the rewards of enabling people to live every day to its fullest potential. You'll work harmoniously as part of a health and social care team to provide vital care to vulnerable people in your area.
In this role, you'll be aiding a service user who requires 24/7 care. Your day-to-day role will include assisting with complex healthcare needs such as tracheostomy care, medication support, personal care tasks and any additional services required.
Day and night shift patterns are available: shift one: 9am-9pm day shift and shift two: 8pm-10am.
Perks of the job
- An hourly rate of up to £18.49 including holiday pay
- Get paid instantly with Flexi Pay
- Free uniform and DBS check
- Fixed hours on a rota basis
- An immersive learning experience through Newcross World, our app-based training platform
- Access to NHS registered GPs and mental health support to avoid waiting for NHS appointments
With the Flexi Pay feature on our app, HealthForceGo, you can immediately withdraw up to 50% of the value of your completed shifts. This exclusive perk is even available on weekends and bank holidays!
Here's what were looking for
We look for carers with at least 3 months of professional caring experience. We do also accept applications from individuals with experience of caring for a loved one. However, we’re not just looking for clinical experience - we also want candidates to be able to demonstrate occasions where they have exhibited our core values of positivity, trustworthiness, respectfulness, understanding, kindness, and calmness.
You will need a valid Moving and Handling certificate.
The right to work in the UK is a must-have. Access to your own vehicle would be beneficial, but is not a requirement.
Please note: To work in a care home in England from 11 November 2021, the post holder is required to be fully vaccinated against Covid-19 unless clinically exempt.
Apply today and start within a week!