Care Support Worker

  • Job Reference: 00006417-1
  • Date Posted: 9 May 2020
  • Recruiter: CV-Library
  • Location: Swansea
  • Salary: £8.72 to £9.00 Per Hour
  • Sector: Healthcare & Medical, Covid-19

Job Description

Care Support Worker - Full & Part-Time Hours Available - £8.72-9 per hour - Swansea

Be yourself, only better.

Your opportunity is to be a part of the most rewarding team of your career. You will be invited to work in a supportive environment, where your team of Care Support Workers and Manager have shared experiences that they can share with you to make a genuine difference to the people within your community, every day of the year.

As our new Care Support Worker, you will work autonomously travelling from client to client in your own vehicle. The visits you make will be the highlight of many peoples day, and while the role is not without its challenges the pride you will get from making such a positive difference to each person will make this one of the most rewarding jobs you will ever have. You will hold many responsibilities in this role, but most importantly you will be a friend that enables people to live their best lives, at home.

If you have experience within a Care Home then this is your opportunity to hold more responsibility and to see different locations, as well as fresh air, every day. We are only able to accept applications from candidates with experience due to the current situation we find ourselves in during the coronavirus. Coronavirus has placed a huge burden on the care industry and has taken vital lines of support away from vulnerable individuals. We are looking forward to receiving your application and are excited to welcome you to the team.

We can only accept female candidates for this role due to the gender of the clients who need support.

We are looking for people with the following attributes

Caring

Open-minded

Compassionate

Communicative

Friendly

Flexible

Good sense of humour

Hard-working

As a Care Support Worker, you will be assisting and supporting people in their homes to live the most independent lives they can. You will be responsible for a range of duties that will vary from patient to patient depending on their personal care plan. These duties might include, assistance with taking medication, personal care, meal preparation, shopping and domestic duties. More than this, you will be there to enable them to live their life and to retain their dignity. You can be the difference between a good day and a bad day, and you can expect a big smile when you enter a home as part of the reward.

Gender is considered to be a genuine occupational requirement in accordance with paragraph 1 of Schedule 9 of the Equality Act 2010