Locations: Manchester (Areas available – Didsbury, East Didsbury, Timperley, Altrincham, Chorlton, Whalley Range, Fallowfield, Burnage)
Pay Rate: £10 per hour, Salary of £15,600 plus option of overtime + mileage
Hours: 30 hours per week + option of overtime
Access to vehicle required: Yes, due to the geographical location and nature of the role
No experience required as specialist training will be provided!
Always Kind, Always Honest, We Listen, We Learn
We’re in it together, Working with you to give you the life you want!
Being a Care Assistant is more than just a job it’s a calling. Here at Human Support Group, we have an amazing opportunity to join our friendly rapid intake team. We are looking for kind, honest and compassionate Care Assistants to join the team in providing the very best care to our service users, responding to emergency discharges from hospital. Imagine a role where you are promoting people’s independence on their return home from hospital and more importantly making them smile every day! If you are looking for a role that is both rewarding and fulfilling, then we need you!
Duties will include:
Responding to emergency discharges from hospital
Personal Care (bathing/showering/toileting/etc)
Preparing and serving meals/snacks
Assisting with medication
Light domestic duties
Competitive rates of pay
Excellent training, ongoing professional development and defined career opportunities once working with us
28 days annual leave (pro rata)
Key skills and attributes required:
No previous Care experience required!
Caring, compassionate and a good listener
An energetic, happy person who enjoys forming relationships with people
Able to access a vehicle
‘APPLY TODAY’ to ‘Be one of the people that make a difference!’
How this job measures up
Care workers and assistants at Human Support Group are typically paid £9.43–10.40 an hour.
This job pays £15.6k per year.
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