Start an extremely rewarding career by joining our friendly team of committed Care Assistants. Help vulnerable people in your community, feel recognized, rewarded and appreciated for your work.
In line with the government guidelines, we take all necessary precautions to protect our Staff & Service Users during and beyond the current COVID-19 pandemic.
What our Employees say:
✨ “Working in care has changed my life”
✨ “We care as a company and as individuals, we give the best care possible”
✨ “I enjoy working in care because I can make a difference to somebody’s day”
Not only are we the preferred provider for Northamptonshire County Council, but we also work alongside the NHS supporting efficient hospital discharges.
As Care Coordinator your job role is to support managing the care operations for Service Users in Discharge To Assess process in Northamptonshire branch, provide advice to our Service Users and Care Givers and support our service users in their own homes to help them live at home independently and safely. We are looking for caring and reliable individuals with a can-do attitude to join our friendly team.
You will be required to complete all training as requested by Senior Clinical Team & Manager. You will be expected to work within the NICE and Local Authority guidelines.
Successful candidate will be required to have valid qualification in Health and Social Care Level 3 and three years of experience in home care.
Please note that you will be required to be available for a minimum of 18 hours in the office per week. Your working hours may vary depending on the needs of the business. Therefore, being available between 7am and 10pm may mean that you will be required to work between 7am – 3pm.
Please note that you will be required to work in various locations in Northamptonshire.
Help individuals in your community live fuller and more fulfilled lives
Your responsibilities will include:
- Conducting assessments
- Creating bespoke outcome focused care plans
- Building and maintaining professional relationships with clients and other stakeholders
- Maintaining accurate and up-to-date files
- Providing care in community
❕ Becoming a Care Assistant means helping individuals in your community live fuller and more fulfilled lives
We have a long list of Employee Benefits. You can find the full list on our website recruitment
Our main employee benefits include, but are not limited to:
Did you know that we offer unlimited overtime and contracts?
This position requires a specific work schedule. If you prefer a different work pattern or to work part-time, you can contact us on 01536 524205
All front line staff are required to complete a COVID-19 Awareness course. Full PPE will also be provided to all frontline staff free of charge.
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