Care Assistant & Companion, Hungerford
£9.05 - £11.00 DOE
We are seeking Full & Part Time Care Assistants & Companions living close to the Hungerford Area of Berkshire. This job is commutable from Newbury, Marlborough, Pewsey, Swindon and surrounding areas.
Are you a relationship builder, a friendly smiling face, an extra Special Person who could brighten the day of a lonely older person living in their own home?
Your job will be to make a difference every day to an Older Person living in their own home by becoming their Care Assistant & Companion, assisting them with daily living tasks or taking them out into the community to stay independent and doing the things they love.
Maybe you are Semi Retired with spare time and want to make a difference?
Maybe you are looking for a career change, and want to do something worthwhile and rewarding?
You will be joining a growing and remarkable organisation who are committed to providing an incredibly high standard of care within comfortable and high-class surroundings. As a Care Assistant & Companion you will need to be the best of the best, immaculately dressed and passionate about what you do. You will have very high standards and be passionate about the difference you can make.
Rate of pay, Hours of Work and Requirements
- Guaranteed Hours;
- Rate of pay is £9.05 (no experience) and salary increases with experience up to £11.00 per hour, your pay will progress as you progress;
- Attendance bonus of £35 per quarter (After 3 Months);
- Full and Part time hours are available;
- Our busy times are early mornings, lunchtimes, evenings and weekends;
- You will need a driving licence and access to your own vehicle.
This is just the start of your career with us. For those that want to progress there is endless opportunities to grow and develop, you could be a Manager of the future!
If you think this sounds like the place for you, please do click on apply and be part of this incredible adventure. One of our experienced team will be on hand to support you through the application process, the first being a telephone call to answer any questions you may have.
The clients who we care for have the right to specify the gender of the person providing them Care and Support and under the Equality Act 2010 (Schedule 9, Part 1: general occupational requirements) we only require Female carers at the present time.