Being a CAREGiver
Welcome to the Home Instead family!
When you join Home Instead, you will hear a lot about the 'Mum test', this means we only want to hire CAREGivers that we would want taking care of our own family.
Each CAREGiver is carefully selected, not for their CV or their experience (though sometimes a little experience helps) but rather for who they are.
Could you pass the mum test? Are you kind and caring? Do you want something more than just a job?
Could you make a difference in an elderly persons life?
If the answer is yes, the chances are you could make a fantastic CAREGiver.
We support our clients so that they can remain independent where they are happiest, in their own homes. As a CAREGiver you will support your clients in their day- to -day life; whether that is making the perfect cup of tea in the morning, accompanying them on a shopping trip or supporting them so that they feel safe getting into the shower, the possibilities are as varied as the people you support. What sets us apart is that we understand the vital importance of companionship in our elderly clients lives.
As a CAREGiver you will enjoy -
- Minimum of one hour visits, so you have time to care
- You will be matched to ongoing clients in your local area so that you can form meaningful relationships
- You will always be introduced to every new client that you work with
- You will receive above an exceptional rate of pay, including higher rates for evenings and weekends and double pay on bank holidays.
- As well as paid mileage, annual paid holiday, pension and other incentives.
- Free initial training as well as continuous opportunities to learn including QCFs in Health and Social Care and specialist Dementia training.
This is a family run business that cares for its clients but also cares for its staff, where every member of the team is valued.
All CAREGiver roles are part time. How many hours, that depends on when you are available but that must include some time every other weekend.
On behalf of our parents I would like to say thank you to all the admin staff who have guided us through the process of starting and sadly finishing the caregivers that helped keep mom and dad at home until now. Especially to Amy who has been the man point of contact and has been brilliant.
With heavy hearts sadly it is no longer possible for them to be at home, and they will be moving to a new chapter of their lives. Thank you one and all
Client’s daughters, Bromsgrove