Waking Night Carers

Posted 3 September by Webrecruit
Our client is currently on the lookout for friendly, positive and passionate Waking Night Carers.

They are based near Launceston (Cornwall, South West).

Excellent package, full and part-time shifts, free DBS, free parking, excellent training and career opportunities.

What will I be doing?
As a Waking Night Support Worker, you will play a huge and rewarding role in supporting individuals with a learning disability to live their lives as independently as possible. It is essential that you are friendly so you can build a close relationship with service users. Working nights, you will administer medications, support service users with their evening and morning routines, keep records of your work up to date and ensure the environment is clean and well-organised.

Our client offers competitive hourly rates of £9.25 - £10.00 per hour (depending on experience).

About our client:
Established in 1982, our client is an independently owned provider of outstanding care services for individuals with learning disabilities and mental health difficulties. Based near Launceston, they offer landscaped gardens, historic and modern facilities and access to local lakes and beaches, which provides a peaceful and relaxing environment for clients and their families.

Due to ongoing expansion and a growing list of clients waiting to access their services, the organisation is looking for a number of Waking Night Carers to join their friendly team.

No matter what you’ll be doing, you’ll end the shift knowing you’ve made a real difference!

What staff say about working here:

‘It’s so lovely to come to work when you have so much fun.’

‘Every day is different and brings new challenges and rewards. The training is excellent.’

‘Not only do the staff care for the service users, they care for each other as well.’

Our client is looking for people who:
- Believe in being respectful, courteous, caring and compassionate
- Have excellent communication skills with a friendly approach to clients, colleagues and visitors
- Preferably have experience of working with learning disabilities, but it’s not essential

What our client can offer you:
Our client is unique, it offers a fantastic and caring environment to service users and their family. To ensure they are happy, it is essential that staff are happy and fulfilled.

The organisation offers bespoke training to allow you to get to know the clients and how to effectively support them. You’ll benefit from full shadowing, mandatory and ongoing training as well as support to obtain your Care Certificate and NVQs.

Our client has a package reflecting the high commitment they require of their staff which includes:

- 2 week rolling rota so you know months in advance your working pattern – rare in this sector
- Relaxed working atmosphere – no uniform
- Fully supported in your role – on-site management and 24/7 on call
- Many opportunities for career progression – our client has around 200 staff and are keen to promote staff from within
- Discounted meal
- Refer a friend bonus
- Loyalty bonus
- Free parking
- Free DBS

To apply:
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Our client knows a career in care can be challenging, but hugely rewarding. If you are not sure about your next career move, why not contact our client to arrange a tour to see what a difference you could make?

The team would love to hear from you if you’ve worked as, or would like to become, a Care Worker, Care Assistant, Care Support Worker, Trainee Carer, Trainee Care Worker, or Trainee Healthcare Assistant.

This vacancy is being advertised by Webrecruit. The services advertised by Webrecruit are those of an Employment Agency.

Reference: 40816854

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