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Female Support Worker / Care A...
Do you have experience in the Care Industry and are looking for a new challenge?
Are you looking for a career in Care?
Premium Care Solutions Limited is a successful CQC registered specialist care provider committed to ensuring that each of our clients receives the best possible care and support to live independently in the community and maximise their quality of life.
We are currently recruiting for FEMALE SUPPORT WORKERS to work with a lady who has a brain injury and physical disability, living in her own home in the Bedford area.
You will be working within an energetic and dedicated team on a rota basis, including days, weekends and waking nights.
You will be working with our client to ensure her complex daily personal care and welfare needs are met.
You must have an enthusiastic personality and outlook on life, a caring attitude with the flexibility to work shifts as part of a team.
FULL AND PART TIME POSTS AVAILABLE
Hours of Work
Shifts will vary between;
8am - 8pm
9am - 6pm
10am - 7pm
There will also be sleepover shift at nights
A full UK driving licence is ESSENTIAL and an Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Check WILL be required.
Rates of Pay
£9.00 per hour – Day shift (Monday - Friday), upon successful completion of competencies and training
£10.00 per hour – Day shift (Saturdays and Sundays), upon successful completion of competencies and training
£7.50 – Training
IN ADDITION TO OUR EXCELLENT RATES OF PAY WE ALSO OFFER:-
- Good Attendance Bonus
- Holiday Pay
- Paid Training
- Fixed Hour Contracts
- On-going Training and Support
- Promotion and Progression Opportunities
WE ARE NOT AN AGENCY and offer secure employment opportunities with NO Zero Hour Contracts.
IT’S EASY TO APPLY (no complicated on-line forms to complete!!!):-
Please e-mail your CV to RNegron@premium-care.co.uk
Don’t worry if you do not have a CV you can call to request an application form on 01536 213 684.
We are claiming an exemption to the Sex Discrimination Act 1975 Section 7(2)(ba) on the grounds of private households.