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Senior Care Assistant - Nights

  • Posted: 10th July
  • Location: BN14 7ND
  • Pay: £12.69

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Senior Care Assistant – Tarring Manor, Worthing - £12.69 per hour 

  • £31,674 per annum based on a 48 hour working week -  equivalent to NHS Band 3 
  • Full time or Part time - 12 hours shifts working, including alternate weekends 
  • Nights 

At Caring Homes, we're not just about providing care; we're about creating a warm and welcoming home for our residents and our incredible team members. Our mission is simple yet profound: to make each home the best possible place to live and work. We believe in fostering a family-like environment where everyone feels valued, respected, and cherished.
Every resident is unique, and so is their care. Join us in delivering personalised support that meets the diverse needs and interests of our residents, always with their comfort and happiness in mind.

Why Join Us?

Career Development: We are committed to your professional growth. As a Senior Care Assistant, you will have access to continuous training and development opportunities, paving the way for career advancement within the social care sector. We believe in nurturing talent and promoting from within.

Supportive Environment: Be part of a team that values empathy, dedication, and professionalism. We support our team members to ensure they can provide the best care for our residents.

Perks:
  • Competitive salary and benefits package.
  • Ongoing professional development including training and support to help you excel in your role including apprenticeship opportunities.
  • A supportive and inclusive work environment.
  • Free DBS & Blue Light Card
  • High street discounts
  • Employee assistance program for personal and professional support.
Key Responsibilities:
  • Provide high-quality, person-centered care to residents.
  • Assist residents with daily living activities, including personal hygiene, mobility, and feeding.
  • Administer medications and maintain accurate records where required.
  • Support and mentor junior care staff, ensuring they provide excellent care.
  • Develop and implement individual care plans in collaboration with healthcare professionals and families.
  • Conduct regular assessments and reviews to ensure the highest standards of care are maintained.
  • Build positive relationships with residents, their families, and other staff members.
Qualifications:
  • Previous experience as a Senior Care Assistant or in a similar role, preferably in a residential or nursing home setting.
  • Relevant qualifications in Health and Social Care (NVQ Level 3 or equivalent).
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team.
  • A genuine passion for providing personalised, high-quality care.
Join us in creating a place that truly feels like home for our residents and our team members alike. 
Apply now and become part of our caring family!

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