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Skilled Support Worker

£12.52 - £18.78 per hour Full training, Mileage, Pension
 

Job Description

Experience in Health and Social Care? Are you the best Care worker in the business?

Thrive on overcoming new challenges? If so, we want you!

Take the next step of your career and apply to a position where you will hold more autonomy, actively problem solve and make a positive impact on other people's day to day living.

Location: Swindon

Hours Available: Full-Time, Part-Time, Bank,

At a rate of £12.52ph + Mileage

This is exclusively for those with a Level 2 Diploma or above in Health and Social care

 

If you are dedicated, flexible and interested in this exciting opportunity to be part of a successful team, who are committed to treating people with dignity and in a personalised way, we'd like to hear from you.

First City Nursing and Care have many bespoke opportunities for experienced support workers to support our intermediate and reablement services. This position is unique to a traditional domiciliary care role, as you hold further responsibilities, including liaising with other healthcare professionals to review a person's support on an ongoing basis, ensuring a holistic approach with a focus on working closely with our clients to achieving the person's desired outcomes.

No day will be the same as you join an outstanding team of highly trained individuals to promote and encourage independence to customers within your local community. We are proud to support other healthcare organisations including the local hospital by enabling individuals to return to their own home; with a range of community therapy, community nursing, frailty, housing and social care services, to promote independent living, support and plan their return back into the community, when hospital admission is no longer required.

A full, valid driving licence and access to your own vehicle is essential for this position as you will be traveling within the community to support individuals in their own homes.

The successful applicant will:

  • Embrace First City's values and be honest, reliable, caring, trustworthy and compassionate
  • Hold at least an NVQ 2 in Care or equivalent - this is desirable but not essential as full training can be provided to work towards this qualification
  • Hold a minimum of one year's experience in health and social care (within a community-based setting would be preferable)
  • Hold a full, valid driving licence and have access to your own vehicle
  • Promote and encourage independence in a person centre approach, working with customers to achieve their outcomes and what matters to them
  • Have excellent communication skills and be confident to liaise with other healthcare professionals to advise on and support customers' requirements, which can include equipment & medication arrangements

Progression

Working with a multidisciplinary team will mean you working alongside occupational therapists, physiotherapists, nurses as well as many other professions therefore providing you with the exposure to a wide range of roles across Health and Care sector. This is huge opportunity to learn from others and consider the career path that is right for you, if you aspire to progress. There will be Opportunity to increase knowledge through training ventures and Opportunity for career progression.

 

First City perks include:

  • Competitive salary
  • A huge sense of satisfaction in your work
  • Free comprehensive induction training and shadow shifts
  • Access to Blue Light Card discount scheme
  • Motor maintenance discount with a local garage
  • Accrued holiday as per contract
  • Access to Employee assistance programme with Health Assured.
  • Additional industry recognised training
  • Free uniform
  • Workplace pension with Nest
  • Discounts at major retailers
  • Refer a friend scheme
  • Flexible hours (weekend commitment is required)
  • Opportunity for career progression
  • Competitive salary (contracted hours * subject to T&Cs)

ALL EMPLOYMENT WITH FIRST CITY NURSING AND CARE IS SUBJECT TO SATISFACTORY REFERENCES, ENHANCED DBS CHECK AND FULL COMPLETION OF MANDATORY TRAINING.

 

 

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