Are you looking for a flexible, inclusive employer with shifts that fit around you?
Whether you're busy with family, caring for a family member or have other commitments in your spare time, working at Newcross can fit around your schedule.
As a Support Worker in Cardiff, Pontypridd, Pontypool, Newport, Cwmbran, Caerphilly and the surrounding locations, you'll be a professional multi-tasker who enjoys bringing joy to the people in your care. Keen to further your career, you'll be ready to take on new responsibilities and gain experience of working across different establishments. We have a range of shift patterns available to suit you. All you need to do is set your availability on our handy app, HealthForceGo®, and we'll do the rest.
To be successful in this role, you will have a calm demeanour as you could work with homeless people, former substance abuse users and challenging behaviours.
You'll already have what it takes to provide excellent care, with a minimum 3 months experience under your belt. 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.
Your benefits package
Our generous benefits package makes us stand out from our competitors. In return for your care, you'll get:
- An hourly rate of up to £15.21, including holiday pay
- The option of same day pay
- Flexible shift patterns to choose from, including part-time or full-time hours, night and day shifts
- Ongoing training opportunities to choose from
- Unlimited access to NHS-registered GPs via the Virtual GP app, and mental health support when you need it.
If you're looking for true flexibility and control over when you work and when you get paid, then look no further. Apply to Newcross today.