are Assistant / Support Carer / Worker
Title: Care Assistant / Support Carer / Worker - Days
Contact: Frazer on 02476 540935 or click apply now
Care Assistant / Support Carer / Worker - Days
Full time, 35hrs per week (part time hours also available)
Shifts are 7.30am–2.30pm & 2.30pm–9.30pm
£7.83 per hour
Access to Company benefits package
Access to Company pension scheme
We require dedicated applicants with a professional attitude, and that special caring quality that sets them apart from the rest.
No experience is necessary as full training will be provided.
Your shifts will be interesting and varied as you assist residents in a variety of daily tasks and activities - providing them with personal choice wherever possible and helping to maintain their individual lifestyle preferences.
You will be joining a team that delivers high quality person-centred care to people living with dementia and related mental health needs. As part of your role you will be encouraging and empowering residents to be individuals, to be active and involved, and to retain interests and hobbies as far as possible. To achieve this, you will utilise their individually tailored Care Plans to help establish the social, emotional, physical and spiritual needs of each resident. Ensuring that all daily care records are updated and are accurate and legible.
We strongly believe in developing the skills of our staff and offer an extensive range of training courses.
Full training will be provided, but experience and Diploma Level 2 (Dementia Pathway) would be beneficial
NVQ or Diploma in Health and Social Care Level 2 or equivalent
Specialist Dementia Practitioner or equivalent
Pinnacle Care Ltd:
We operate six residential homes in and around Rugby, Warwickshire. Offering high quality person-centred care for people living with dementia and related mental health needs. Through home care, day care, and residential care – on both a respite and long-term basis.
We believe that each of our homes should provide residents with a friendly and comfortable environment. This allows residents to have as much flexibility as possible, provides a level of familiarity, and encourages activity.
We achieve this by working as far as possible to a number of person-centred care principles and training our staff to a high level, to really understand dementia.
Full job descriptions, and a list of our other current vacancies, can be found at: http://www.pinnaclecare.co.uk/jobopportunities.htm