Hourly Care Giver - full and part time
As a Care Giver for Right at Home you can really help support those most vulnerable and get paid for doing it. What’s more, by joining us, we can support each other in making a difference at a time when it has never counted so much.
Right at Home supports vulnerable adults in the local community who need care and support in their own homes, allowing them to stay as independent for as long as possible.
We can offer you training and flexible hours to meeting both our clients and your needs, making sure that those who need help get the support they need from our amazing team.
We are looking for hourly Care Givers who are flexible and reliable to help us provide the highest level of outstanding care for our clients and join our amazing team!
Full and part time positions available, minimum of 16 hours per week covering a blend of mornings 07:45 - 14:30 and/or evening 16:30 -21:30 with regular weekends.
Duties will include:
· Personal care/Assisting Clients with washing and dressing
· Medication administration
· Housekeeping and meal preparation
We will offer you an amazing support package to ensure that you are happy and safe whilst doing your role.
What we require from you:
As a Care Giver you will be the face of Right at Home, so you will need to be personable, well-presented and completely trustworthy.
Please help to support our vulnerable clients at a time when it is needed more than ever.
Apply now or call our friendly team to find out more information on 07508 537 952.
If you have experience as a Care Assistant, Support Worker, Carer, HCA, Health Care Assistant or in the NHS we would love to hear from you. However, if you do not have experience, we provide full training and encourage candidates from all sectors to apply, for example: retail sales assistant, customer service, hairdressers/beauticians, receptionist, administrator, cleaners, warehouse workers and delivery drivers.
Right at Home is an equal opportunities employer and we are determined to ensure that no job applicant receives less favourable treatment on the grounds of personal or protected characteristics.