Care Assistant - Stafford | Zoek UK | b0719e
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Stafford, Staffordshire, England
£9.46 per hour
Permanent (Full time)
About The Role
Stafford and surrounding
Nexxus Care are recruiting in Stafford and the surrounding area, experience not necessary, as we will provide you with all of the training you will need you succeed in your career.
As a care assistant your duties will include personal care, manual handling, medication, food preparation, domestic duties, shopping and general support.
Due to the nature of the role, you must be a driver with full access to your own vehicle.
Shift patterns are: 7am -2pm and/or 4pm-10pm, alternate weekends essential.
As well as a competitive pay structure, Nexxus Care offer a wide range of benefits such as:
Refer a friend bonus (£100 for you and £100 for your friend)
Weekly pay including mileage allowance
Enhanced bank holiday rates
Free counselling service if required
Access to free instructor live fitness classes
Classroom based training as well as care coaching
Digital based paper free rotas – Mobile phone provided by the company
Career development and qualifications
2 free uniforms and welcome pack
Job security – work for a local authority owned company
Full UK driving licence and access to a vehicle is essential.
We are looking for empathetic, resilient, trustworthy, and reliable individuals.
We will need to obtain 2 professional references from your previous employers.
Enhanced DBS checks are carried out on all new starters.
You will need to complete 3 days training, followed by shadow training with a designated care champion.
Our vision is to provide quality, cost effective and innovative care through a highly motivated and professional team enabling citizens to enjoy healthier, more fulfilled lives.
We are ambitious, courageous and empowering
We are support and enable our staff to make things better
We are open to doing things differently
We are bold and willing to take difficult decisions in a commercial operating context