We are looking for kind, compassionate people who want to make a real difference in the lives of our client's customers to join their team in Wadhurst as a Care Worker.
As a Care Worker, you will provide a variety of non-medical services to help them keep independent in their own home. These rewarding duties can include:
Home Help - Collecting prescriptions, light housekeeping, checking food expiry dates, pet care, home maintenance, shopping, collecting prescriptions.
Companionship - Become a companion and encourage conversation, provide reminders for medication, activities, outings, stimulate and encourage activities - walking, hobbies and monitoring diet and eating.
Dementia care - Assist with morning wake up calls and evenings services, help with continence care, dressing and bathing, eating, drinking and medication reminders.
Personal Care - Providing medication reminders, bathing dressing and grooming - please note some duties are light personal care and may involve just being a presence to reassure than actually carrying out personal care.
To become a Care Worker, you do not need any prior experience or qualifications.
You must be willing train up to and beyond the level of care certificate. However, prior experience working in social care or interacting with older people would be advantageous. This could be personal experience such as caring for a family member or volunteer work.
You will have a strong desire to help others and take pride in providing excellent service. You will be dependable, trustworthy, and courteous. You will enjoy making professional connections and will feel at ease spending time with others.
To meet the needs of our clients, you must have a driver's licence and access to a car. Care workers will be required to have an enhanced DBS check.
£10 to £21 per hour
You must have a driver's licence and access to a car