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Vacancies

We currently have 3 vacancies in Leek and Moorlands.

  • CAREGiver vacanies in Leek

    • We are looking for CAREgivers to join our growing team working for regular clients in Leek Moorlands and surrounding areas within a 15 mile radius. Applicants must be compassionate, caring and empathetic and would like to make a difference to elderly in their community.
      We match our CAREgivers to our clients on a one-on-one. Our minimum visit is one hour so that the CAREgiver and client can build a relationship. This gives the client and CAREGiver consistency of work and visits.
      We promote independence and quality of care, providing companionship, home help and personal care. Our aim is to support the client at home to enable them to remain as independent as possible for as long as possible.
      No experience necessary as we offer excellent training, flexible hours, competitive rates of pay and the ability to make a difference to our clients.
      you must be a car driver and have access to a car. Weekend working on a rota basis is part of the role.
      For more information about how we deliver our award-winning service please call (01538) 372179 to speak to our recruiting officer or complete the employment enquiry form by clicking 'Apply now'. We look forward to speaking to you.

       

     

     

     

     

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  • Evening and Weekend Carers Required

    We have an exciting opportunity for someone who wants to work evening and weekends. The hours of work are between 7 am and 2 pm both Saturday and Sunday. The pay rate is above the living wage with 5.5 weeks holidays. You will receive full training before you start supporting your clients to enable you to feel confident about what you need to do. If you are that special person who has a caring nature and enjoys looking after people, this role is for you. Call Paula for more information on 01538 372179 or apply now by clicking on the button.

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  • Part Time CAREGiver in Biddulph Area

    We are looking for people who have a caring and compassionate attitude who enjoy spending time with older people, and want to work up to 16 hours a week.

    Our CAREGivers have the advantage of having time to provide individualised care for older people, such as: companionship, meal preparation, medication reminders, personal care assistance and Alzheimer's or other dementia's support, support with shopping and health appointments.


    We match our CAREgivers to our clients and our visits are a minimum of one hour. This allows you time to build a relationship as well as have time to enable the client to remain as independent as possible.

    The hours we are looking to fill are morning shifts starting from 7am for up to 3 to 4 hours a day. Our evening shift starts from 4.30 pm up to 10 pm, both shift patterns include alternate weekends.

    The rates of pay start at £7.80 per hour dependent on experience and qualifications. This rate is above the minimum wage. You will receive full orientation training and support before starting work, with continuous training and development following your first 4 weeks.

    If this is something you are interested in please apply using the, apply now button.

    Alternatively for more information about how we deliver our award winning service please call the office on 01538 372179.

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  • UKHCA Registered

We were pleased to meet four carers for the first time - Aimee, Margaret, Euan and Eva, who were all very helpful.  Dad really likes having some male company and he relaxed as soon as Euan walked through the door on Saturday night, and mum was singing Eva's praises when we arrived on Sunday morning.  We've never met Arlene but I gather from dad that she was very helpful on  Sunday lunchtime after he had a toilet 'accident', so please thank her from us. 

 I've come home feeling very relieved how everything has worked out, and I can't thank you all enough.  Dad already seemed more comfortable with his shoulder and the extra medication in the morning meant I had a much more rational conversation with him when I got home.  I know it will all change again, but please pass on my heartfelt thanks to all the carers, and to you, for all that you do.

 

P.W Leek