Care Assistant

Home/Department:
Newlands
Town:
Stockport
Shift Pattern:
Mixed
Position:
Carer
Salary Details:
£8.72 - £9.18 per hour
30 Oct 2020
Reference:
20545
About The Role

The care sector is such a rich and rewarding place to work. There is variety in your work and in the roles available – you don’t have to be a carer to make a meaningful difference in our care homes. We want the kindest and most resilient people to come and support our Residents – no two days will be the same and you will receive the learning and development you need to thrive.

As a Carer at HC-One, you’ll value kindness above all. It touches upon every aspect of our Dementia, Nursing, Residential and Specialist care homes. Every single person who works here understands that our residents are people just like them with their own stories to tell. And, by joining us, you’ll have a wonderful opportunity to give something back to those people.

Right now, we’re looking for an enthusiastic and committed Care Assistant to join the team at our care home. Whether we're providing long or short-term, convalescence, respite or palliative care, our focus is on providing the highest quality service at all times. Do you fit this role?

Become a key worker and make a difference.

We are committed to providing the quickest possible turnaround from the point of making you a job offer to you starting with us on day one.

About You
As a carer under the guidance of a Registered Nurse, taking responsibility for the physical and emotional well being and social needs of our residents. Assisting residents with personal care activities such as washing, personal hygiene, dressing and assisting with meals.
 

Delivering a level of care that truly comes from the heart. It’s about making sure our residents never lose their dignity or sense of individuality as you get involved in general activities within the care home. And, whether you’re helping someone with limited mobility to learn to use an aid, offering emotional support to a confused or distressed resident or delivering care to someone at the end of their life, you’ll always have their well-being in mind above anything else.