Care Assistant - Nights

Salary icon £12.35 per hour
Location icon Milngavie , Lanarkshire

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Job Description

Be all you can be with Hamberley

Working as a Care Assistant at Milngavie Manor, our luxury care home that provides residential, dementia, and nursing care for older people, you'll be part of a team that is genuinely passionate about the health and well-being of our residents.

At Hamberley, we know that our people are the key to creating a loving home. That's why our care team goes above and beyond to help older people to enjoy full and happy lives. We believe that, together, we can achieve anything.

We work as a close-knit team to tailor our care to each of our residents' individual needs through our Person-Centred Care model. As they get to know our residents, our care assistants are trusted to provide the care they require in the way they prefer, respecting people’s dignity and enabling them to live as they choose.

Working Pattern: 12 hour shifts and working alternative weekends on a rota basis.

We offer our Care Assistants:

  • Generous, above-market rate pay for carers
  • Contracted hours per week - part & full-time hours available
  • Enhanced overtime rates
  • Free PVG Check
  • Quality bonus scheme linked to CI Rating
  • Free uniform is provided for you
  • Employee Assistance Service
  • Opportunities to learn more and move up in your career, gain a vocational qualification or clinical training if you want to specialise in areas like dementia or nutrition
  • Refer a Friend Bonus - up to £750 per referral*

What you’ll be doing:

At Hamberley, we believe that our residents deserve something ‘Extra Special, Every Day’. A Care Assistant at Milngavie Manor is a unique caring role for a unique person, allowing you to make a real difference to our residents’ lives in a varied role where no two days are the same.

  • You’ll care for people in the way a family member might care for someone in their home.
  • Whether you’re supporting residents with personal care, helping make their bed, supporting them with their meals, spending time with them to understand their care needs, arranging a family meal with their loved ones or taking them to the beauty salon; you’ll always be doing something different.
  • You’ll assist with activities daily living, providing support and building relationships with residents by spending quality time together as a friend and companion
  • You’ll be part of a friendly and supportive team

Join us at Glasgow’s most stunning care home

Milngavie Manor is a luxurious care home in Milngavie, Glasgow, part of the award-winning Hamberley Care Homes group – offering luxury care homes in beautiful locations throughout the UK. Residents live in spacious, stylish ensuite rooms, and enjoy beautifully furnished shared spaces and landscaped gardens.

Could you be part of our team?

Whether you have prior experience or not, we provide full training to you with a comprehensive blended practical and theory-based induction. After that, we will continue to support you as you progress in your new role. What is important is that you are caring, have empathy and dedication to help our residents live their lives to the fullest. We will support you with everything else!

About You:

  • You are passionate about providing excellent care
  • You are caring, kind and nurturing
  • You can demonstrate empathy and are a confident decision maker
  • You have good verbal and written communication skills
  • You are competent in using basic IT equipment, to use electronic care plans and training records
  • You’ll be required to register with the relevant professional bodies (SSSC) in Scotland.

If this sounds like you and you’re looking for a fulfilling role that makes a genuine impact in the lives of others, this rewarding career is for you.

About Hamberley:

At Hamberley Care Homes, we believe in the importance of what we do and why we do it. We respect and value our residents and each other. Creative and empowered, our people see every day as an opportunity for growth and development. We make ideas happen. Together we can achieve anything. Be part of it!

Fast-growing and innovative, we’re opening six new homes in 2023/2024. Recognised for our exceptional approach to care, we were chosen as Residential Care Provider of the Year in 2019 and 2022.

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Reference: 52408511

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