CAREGiver Salaried From £10,900 - £17,000 Per Annum
Home Instead is the world’s leading provider of non-medical care and companionship services for older people. With minimum visits of one hour, award winning training and an excellent reputation we are immensely proud of the quality of care we provide. We match our CAREGivers to our clients based on mutual interests and hobbies to help build bonds of trust and enables us to provide personalised support.
We are now in a position to offer the following CAREGiver salaried positions:
20 Hours a week £10,900
25 Hours a week £13,760
30 Hours a week £17,000
Minimum 1 hour visits, local work, paid travel time between clients, petrol paid, holiday pay, industry leading training and excellent support from staff that understand your role.
The role of a CAREGiver can vary from day to day, and you will provide our clients with help and support such as:
- Meal preparation
- Light domestic duties
- Administering or prompting medication
- Taking them shopping or to appointments
- Support with personal care
Car driver with access to a suitable vehicle.
You do not need any experience or particular qualifications to become a CAREGiver. However, it would be useful to have some experience of working in a care setting or interacting with older people. This could be personal experience of caring for a family member or voluntary experience. You will have a passion for supporting others and pride yourself on delivering an outstanding service. You will be reliable, trustworthy and respectful. You will enjoy building professional friendships and comfortable in spending time in the company of others.
If you're looking for work which is extremely rewarding and satisfactory and have a high-degree of flexibility to meet our clients' needs, we would love to hear from you. Please click on 'I'm Interested' or alternatively, contact us on 01962 736681
We encourage applications from all sections of the community as we want to reflect the neighbourhoods in which we work. Home Instead is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of adults and expects all staff to share this commitment. This role is subject to DBS enhanced disclosure.