Care Worker

Location Seaford
Discipline: Children Services, Adult Services
Job type: Flexible Hours
Salary: £10.08 - £15.13
Contact name: Matt Bailey

Contact email: bailey@petersdean.co.uk
Job ref: MB-SEAF-CW01

Part Time or Full Time work available to fit around your life. No more rotas, you can work hours that suit your needs! Care Assistant, Care Worker, Support Worker or Teaching Assistant experience would be highly valued and the role would also suit Students of Nursing, Psychology, Health and Social Care or other relevant courses.

 

Why Apply?

  • Choose Your Hours. Work 15-50hrs per week that can work around your commitments

  • Shifts to Suit You. Choose from a range of Early shifts, Late shifts, Long Day shifts and Night shifts

  • Interesting and Challenging Work within services supporting people with complex needs. No two days will be the same!

  • Amazing Support. Weekly welfare calls from experienced, sympathetic and knowledgeable team who put you first

  • Weekly Payroll. Earn a competitive hourly rate + holiday pay to further top up your earnings (rates advertised include holiday pay)

  • Make a Real Difference. Support our community’s most vulnerable people to promote their wellbeing and independence

 

Care Worker Role

Your role will involve supporting children and/or adults with complex learning, physical and behavioural difficulties with community, supported living or residential care settings. You will work your choice of Early, Late, Long Day or Waking Night shifts and can choose to work just a couple of shifts a week or many more.

 

Your role will include behavioural support (de-escalating challenging behaviours), physical care if working with adults (such as personal care and use of hoists), and domestic duties such as help preparing meals and light household duties. You will be given support and training to make the role a success.

 

Care Worker Criteria

Relevant social care experience. Applications invited from Care Assistant, Care Worker, Support Worker, Teaching Assistant professionals, people with other relevant social care experience, or students studying relevant courses

Ability to work your choice of Early, Late, Long Day or Waking night shifts (not all of these)

Friendly, organised, proactive and sociable approach

Willingness to support challenging individuals with complex needs

 

Are you ready to take control of your work-life balance? Click Apply now and we will be in touch for an initial discussion.