Support Worker

Locations
Leicester, Leicestershire, United Kingdom
Branch name
Leicestershire
Contract
Permanent
Status
Part Time
Salary
Up to £14.51/hr
Advert ID
ZR_201_JOB
Newcross Healthcare are a national, established organisation that truly cares about you and your professional development. We have one mission: to deliver the highest standard of care to sick and vulnerable people. To do this, we invest in training opportunities to develop our teams of healthcare professionals.

Vulnerable people in your local community need you. Can you help?

As a Support Worker in Leicester, Hinckley and the surrounds, you’ll be the person that brings smiles to the faces of the people in our care. You’ll work in a variety of establishments in your area, including care homes and schools, and you’ll get to enjoy the variety that each shift brings.  You'll be supporting with personal care tasks, making up beds, meal preparation, clinical requirements, social integration activities and any other services needed.


You’ll become a valued member of our workforce of over 9,500 healthcare professionals and gain access to our exclusive employee perks. Read on to find out more.


Exclusive perks
  • An hourly rate of up to £14.51, including holiday pay
  • Instant pay with Flexi Pay
  • A choice of shifts to suit your lifestyle through our app, with part-time, full-time, night and day shifts available
  • Free, ongoing clinical training and professional development support
  • Healthcare and mental health support and access to in-app advice and virtual appointments with NHS-registered GPs

What is Flexi Pay?

Flexi Pay is an exciting app feature that gives our healthcare staff the opportunity to gain instant access to an advance of up to 50% of the value of their existing shifts even on weekends and bank holidays!

We require 

You’ll already have what it takes to provide excellent care, with a minimum 3 months of paid  experience under your belt. You’ll have experience of moving and handling and personal care.

We hire individuals who provide the same standard of care they’d expect for a family member. To provide this, we need all healthcare staff to demonstrate our core values of trust, empathy and expertise on every shift. The right to work in the UK is also a requirement.


Does this sound like you? By joining us, you’ll be working for a leading healthcare provider and joining a large, supportive community of over 8,000 people, and growing.


Apply now and you can start within a week!



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