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We currently have 3 vacancies in Eastbourne & Hailsham.
Part Time Home Care Companion - Evenings and Weekends
If have some hours to spare during the evening or at weekends why not put them to good use helping one of our lovely clients stay where they're happiest; in their own homes. Working for Home Instead isn't like other care jobs; you'll have a regular client and time to really care. So whether you’re preparing supper, helping them get ready for bed or just reminiscing over a cup of tea you’ll always be able to chat and build a real relationship. The only qualifications required are common sense, reliability and the desire to make a difference. Please contact us for a chat about the role on 01323 819191 or apply online. Read our CAREGiver Testimonials to find out what it is like to work as a CAREGiver for Home Instead Eastbourne and Hailsham.Apply Now
Part Time Home Care Companion - Eastbourne, Polegate, Hailsham and Surrounding Areas
Forget everything you think you know about working in care. We do it differently! With us you'll have regular clients and visits that are 1-hour minimum in length. The only qualifications are common sense, reliability and the desire to make a difference. In return we offer competitive pay, ongoing professional training, and job satisfaction that’s hard to beat. If you would like to find more out about being a Home Instead Caregiver and joining an award wining team please call us on 01323 819191 or apply online. Read our CAREGiver Testimonials to find out what it is like to work as a CAREGiver for Home Instead Eastbourne and Hailsham.Apply Now
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During December Mum became increasingly ill and frail. On several occasions, the carer came in for her contracted hour, and stayed much longer, even accompanying Mum to hospital. Throughout the whole time the carers were incredibly sensitive, caring and really focused on the person. I was kept regularly informed of Mum's condition, especially when a hospital visit was involved. All credit to the management for assembling such a strong and capable team, and to the team for their readiness to go beyond the call of duty.G A