Job type: Full-time, Permanent Hourly rate: £8.72
Locations: Carmarthenshire, Swansea and Neath Port Talbot
The ability to drive is desirable for this role
Have you always thought about a career in care? Do you want to make a difference? If you are looking for an exciting and rewarding opportunity with the chance to be part of a fantastic team we want to hear from you!
M&D Care are an established Care Provider delivering Residential and Domiciliary Care for individuals with mental health and/or learning disabilities.
As a company, we pride ourselves on providing a high standard of services in order to achieve a fundamental and lasting improvement in the quality of life for individuals requiring support. We believe that everyone should be given the opportunity to succeed and to achieve their goals and aspirations in life however big or small these may be.
This is exciting opportunity for anyone who wishes to take the next step in their career in care.
Days and Nights available **** Weekly pay ! A quick and professional recruitment process !Key Care & Support are looking for genuine caring people who have a real flair and have the relevant care experience to support Local Care/ Nursing Homes in and around Anglesey.We have various shifts available including 8am starts and nights.Own transport is NOT essential as you will be working in one location for the full shift.Key Care & Support are a health and Social Care Nurse owned agency celebrating 13 years of recruiting and providing staff to supported living/ social care settings and Nursing/ Care homes.We can offer you:A swift and professional recruitment processWeekly payFlexibilityFree regular training Free uniformVariety and work life balanceExcellent weekly pay starting from £10.00 per hour A superb referral schemeInterested? Send your CV and we will be in touch to have a chat with you***If you do not hear back within 2 weeks of applying, you have been unsuccessful at this time**
*This is an advert to join our Care Assistant recruitment pool where we will look to offer you opportunities, as they become available, in line with your preferences. We welcome applications for full-time or part-time working.*
Have you considered working as a care assistant? We’re always looking to grow our team and we need you now! Whether you are an experienced carer looking for a new challenge or are just starting out in your career. Join our hard-working, friendly and supportive team and see the genuine difference you can make.
We have a range of opportunities available to you. Previous experience of working in a care home is not essential. Life experience is often more important than work experience, our main priority is to find people who are kind, patient, respectful and resilient – the rest we can teach you!
We are regularly recruiting full-time and part-time vacancies, working day or night shifts. We also have casual (relief) posts which offer you the flexibility to choose when, where and how long you work. Opportunities are available to work in:
Tregerddan Residential Care Home, Aberystwyth
Min-Y-Mor Residential Care Home, Aberaeron
Hafan Deg Residential Care Home, Lampeter
Bryntirion Resource Centre, Tregaron
Yr Hafod, Cardigan
Enfys Fach, Llandysul
All of our care assistants receive a pro-rata salary of £18,933 per year (£9.81 per hour). Should you choose to work night shifts you will also receive a night allowance. Similarly, a weekend allowance will also be awarded for any hours worked on a weekend.
We have made it easier for you to apply by simplifying our application form. Submitting an application is now easier than ever! To maintain your safety during the Covid-19 pandemic all interviews will be held over the phone.
As an employee working in one of our care settings you will be fully supported and protected in your role. No two days are the same in this varied and rewarding, key worker role. As a general guide, your duties may include:
providing total care to clients according to daily routine as outlined in care plans
providing emotional support and reassurance to clients, particularly when they need to adjust to change/and or family crisis;
escorting clients out of the establishment, e.g. leisure trips;
completing daily records;
undertaking cleaning, laundering and dining room service.
The contribution our care assistants make to the health, safety and wellbeing of our care home residents is priceless. We therefore want to ensure that our Care Assistants find working for Ceredigion as rewarding as possible. With that in mind we offer our employees, in exchange for their skills and commitment, a range of employee benefits, including:
generous annual leave entitlement
health and wellbeing initiatives including free lifestyle and counselling support
Local Government Pension Scheme;
enhanced maternity, adoption and paternity pay;
Vectis discount card for savings on big name brands and with registered local businesses;
learning and development opportunities to support career progression
salary sacrifice schemes including the Cycle to Work scheme
For more information about our employee benefits please click here.
This is a fantastic opportunity for a caring and compassionate individual to join a friendly and dedicated team and make a real difference.
Should you require support to complete your application please do not hesitate to contact 01970 633949.
Please note that applications will be shortlisted and interviewed on an ongoing basis. We will then contact you to determine where and which hours you would like to work.
Are you ready for the next stage of your career? Could you lead a team whilst supporting people with learning disabilities?
As a Senior, you will combine supervising Support Workers with providing direct support to four ladies with learning disabilities, and autism aged between 18 and 50.
Some of the people who live here will require assistance with personal care and eating and drinking, they also have some behaviours of concern that will require your support.
You’ll develop rotas, supervise staff, become involved in the recruitment, selection and induction of new staff, and generally ensure a high standard of practice in the service. You will work closely with the staff team, leading by example to ensure the people we support are living a life that makes sense to them. You’ll encourage your team and identify training needs, whether that’s formally or by way of day-to-day coaching and reflection. This role is 37.5 hours a week, and you’ll take your turn working shifts on a 24×7 rota.
About Our Organisation:
At Fair Ways we believe in making a difference through passionate care, support and education. Together we aim to build an institution that makes a difference to society and leaves a legacy greater than ourselves and our contributions. Our values sit at the heart of everything we do; we measure our wealth by the difference we make, rather than the profit we make.
About our exciting Opportunity:
Fair Ways are extremely excited to have opened an additional residential children’s home in Brecon Beacons National Park and we are looking to add a Team Leader to our existing team of dedicated staff. You will lead the team to deliver the highest standards of care, protection and support to Children and Young People by facilitating their physical and psychological development, including the promotion of a warm and accepting atmosphere, where the safety and care of young people is paramount.
You will be working on a rota basis; Day 1: 9.00 to 23.00 with a sleep in, Day 2: 7.30 to 23.00 with a sleep in, Day 3: 7.30 to 10.00, Day 4 to 6 off.
All candidates must have a full driving license and have access to the use of a car. Successful candidates will be required to provide an enhanced Disclosure (DBS). This disclosure cost will be met by Fair Ways.
About our Residential Homes:
Over time our 2 homes will accommodate up to 5 children aged between 11 and 18 and the focus will be to provide an enriching and positive environment ensuring we prepare the children in our care to move onto safe and nurturing foster care placements which will be achieved through early intervention. This position focuses on developing independent life skills within a therapeutic care environment. Staff will be involved in a range of activities which our children enjoy, this may include swimming, music, camping, rock climbing, horse riding, canoeing and day trips to local centres.
Basic Job Responsibilities:
• Lead the Team to ensure the provision of quality care, within which the health, welfare, education and the development of young people is promoted and to promote a coherent ethos of care consistent with the overall culture of the company and the Home’s statement of purpose.
• To take an active lead, as part of the Management team of the home, in the monitoring of good practice and ensuring safe working practices within Child Protection and Wales Safeguarding procedures 2019, whilst ensuring that all staff on your team engage and build positive working relationship with the young people individually and as a group and have an understanding of group dynamics.
• To take responsibility for the running of the shift and giving appropriate support and direction to the staff team whilst working proactively to ensure that young people are afforded opportunities and experiences that will allow them to thrive.
• Complete formal assessments of the needs of young people, in conjunction with colleagues and other professionals, to promote and safeguard the welfare of the young people in placement. Ensure that reports for key meetings, such as Child Looked after Reviews are completed in a timely manner and are of a high quality.
• To manage and analyse challenging behaviour resulting from complex needs and take a lead on formulating plans to reduce the likelihood of future similar events. To support colleagues in their reflective practice to develop an understanding of the underlying issues to challenging behaviour.
• To ensure that self and others work within the Regulation and Inspection of Social Care Wales Act 2016 and Social Services and Wellbeing Act 2014 and adhere to Fair Ways Policies and Procedures where necessary and support the Registered Manager with the completion of key reports regarding the home such as the bi-annual Quality of Care review.
• To ensure daily tasks are completed (either directly or through delegation) and are consistent with the smooth running of the home, such as case recording and updating placement plans, risk assessments and ensuring all information is recorded appropriately and accurately.
• To provide high quality supervision to individual members of staff as directed by the Registered Manager and conduct appraisals in line with the Company appraisals process. Ensure that performance issues are identified at an early stage and you support the Registered Manager is addressing such concerns.
Applicants will ideally possess the following skills:
• To actively contribute towards the maintenance of a positive culture within all Fair Ways services, in which teamwork thrives. Guarding against transference of negative views, being solution focused, and promoting positive attitude.
• Ability to proactively engage with young people to establish, maintain and end safe-boundaried relationships.
• Recognise the therapeutic importance of maintaining a clean, tidy and homely environment within the home.
• Ability to advocate for young people and enable them to advocate for themselves.
• Ability to time manage own workload effectively and work as part of a team, promoting a positive culture.
• Have a flexible approach to the task and resilience under pressure.
• Demonstrate effective communication skills, verbal, non-verbal and written.
• Be reliable, enthusiastic, creative and honest.
• To understand and work within the Quality Standards alongside the Regulation and Inspection of Social Care Wales Act 2016 and adhere to Fair Ways Policies and Procedures.
• To hold a qualification relevant to the post, such as NVQ 3/level 3 Diploma in childcare
About our Rewards: Fair Ways offer a selection of fantastic rewards for our staff including: Employee Assistance Programme, Health Care Scheme*, Additional Holiday Purchase Scheme*, Service based additional annual Leave accrual, Bespoke training department, Education Grant Scheme*, Future Leaders Programme*, Staff Lottery *Subject to qualifying period
Next Step: Interested in the vacancy? Apply today! We encourage a diverse workforce and welcome applications from all communities.
You will need to be:
Committed to providing an excellent level of care for vulnerable people with mental health and personality challenges
Providing focused support to assist people with individual tasks and personal care needs.
Proficient to a good standard of written and reading English with a good standard of numeracy
Committed to enabling positive outcomes for the people you support
Knowledgeable about issues relating to equal opportunities and how these will affect employees and people we support
Able to work independently – this could involve taking sole responsibility for a service or work area during a shift
An effective communicator at all levels.
Senior Support Workers are required to work 37.5 hours a week and will need to be flexible in the location of work as there may be a requirement to work in any of our projects across the company. Therefore, the ability to drive is essential for this post.
Desirable / Requirements: QCF Level 2 Health & Social Care or willing to work towards
Hours of Work: Various, working on a rolling rota basis
Contract Type: Permanent
Benefits of Working with us:
Meals Provided, On-site parking, Free Eye Care Vouchers
Enhancements for Night Shifts (+20p per hour night allowance), and Bank Holiday’s (double pay)
Comprehensive Learning & Development package
Company Funded Benefits: Free DBS check, Flu vaccination and Hepatitis B vaccination.
We are looking for Support Workers to join our existing friendly team immediately!
About the Role: We are currently recruiting for night, full time and part time team members. We also have bank opportunities for added flexibility.
The role of a Support Worker is to enable the residents to lead a meaningful life through the implementation of a person centred support plan. You will support them to achieve their full potential through well planned support and care that you will deliver as part of a dedicated, qualified and capable staff team who put the people living here at the heart of what we do. We strive to help people remain as independent as possible and to maximise their quality of life.
The ideal candidate for this post may have experience in learning disabilities and mental health issues (however this is not essential). Within this role you will be supported to develop an understanding of, medication procedures, safeguarding policies and person centred care.
If you are an experienced care worker or support worker, or if you feel you can make a real difference to the lives of others, we want to hear from you! Please complete the short application and upload your CV.
We are able to facilitate interviews via our virtual platform, additional cleanliness measures have been put in place in all MHC services to ensure the safety of our residents, patients and staff is maintained. Masks are also available to all visitors.
*Please note, successful candidates must be aged 18 or over*
Have you helped an elderly neighbour before? Do you show empathy for other people? Have you helped raise children? And how did it make you feel?
If your answer is anything along the lines of ‘it made me feel pretty good!’ – you are the person that we are looking for.
Our client is offering the opportunity to join their team as a Care Assistant doing day shifts, based in their nursing home in Newport.
They don’t look at application forms just for qualifications or work history – they look for the person underneath all of that so this is a fantastic opportunity for somone that is new to the social care sector.
Our client provides the training and will teach you how to do the role. All they ask is that you are a reliable, hardworking and naturally caring person.
So if you check on your elderly neighbour, do the weekly shop for your family, help raise children, offer to help on school trips, you have what they need! With a dedicated Learning & Development Team, they will provide all the training you required, such as All Wales Induction Framework to ensure that you succeed and excel in this role.
The role (and their residents!) will keep you on your toes – no two days will be the same. From personal care to joining in with activities, this is a varied role that will send you home with a great sense of achievement and pride.
This is a full time post, 38.5 hours per week, working 3 shifts one week and 4 shifts the next week with every other weekend off. The shifts are on a rolling rota, so you’ll always know what days you are working each week – great for planning ahead!
Part time hours also available (16.5)
Our client offers a higher rate of pay if you hold a NVQ/QCF Level 2 in Health and Social Care for Adults.
Rates of pay vary from £8.94 – £9.08 per hour.
If you feel this role could be the right fit for you, please click Apply Now or send me your CV and a Covering Letter.
We are seeking a Children and young persons (CYP) support worker in Wrexham effectively deliver semi-independent living support to vulnerable young people aged 16-25. The CYP support worker will work with young people to promote and develop essential life skills to support their transition into independent living.
Just ONE is a Health and Social Care Company looking for flexible, enthusiastic, compassionate and caring people to provide up to 24 hours support to vulnerable young people aged 16-25.
Main responsibilities include:
Monitor the health and safety of the young person and the property
Monitor the young person’s ability to engage with everyday living and develop skills where necessary
Establish good relationships with the young people
Promote professional boundaries between employee and young people
Escalate concerns including safeguarding regarding young people’s welfare to Head Office
Encourage young people to access education, training, employment and any other activities supporting any application or enrolment process
Complete daily notes regarding each young person’s progress
Attend regular support & supervisions
Minimum of 12 months experience working with children and young people- can be volunteer or personal experiences
Will be expected to work; days, evenings, overnights and weekends as required, plus a minimum of 1 sleep in per week
Willing to travel nationwide
Ability to prioritise actions to achieve goals set
Have a NVQ L3 in working with children and young people or relevant qualification (if not, willing to sign up for one with the company)
Effective communication skills
What you’ll get in return:
28 days holiday (inclusive of bank holidays)
Permanent contracts; Part/Full time.
FTE: up to £20,000 (based on working 32 hours a week and 1 sleep-ins)
32 hours = 2 shifts a week
Sleep ins as extra hours
Discounts on 1000’s of retailers, food and drink and holiday companies
Full training given with CPD accredited certificates
Career progression within the company
Job Types: Full-time, Part-time
Salary: Up to £20,000.00 per year
POC are looking for a experienced individual to join their management team. Experience of working with people with autism is essential as is experience of managing staff teams.
The role will include supporting staff teams allocated to the manger and also updating flies, creating management plans, and overseeing the management of the house with the team leader
£9.00 – £9.50 per hour
Do you like walking, swimming, keeping fit? Do you like cooking, shopping, and managing a balanced diet? Do you like playing on the PlayStation, watching TV and boxsets and dancing around to various music?
We are looking for a team of 15 staff to join our new service in Wrexham. We have both full and part-time positions across a range of shifts.
We are looking for people to join a team supporting four individuals move into their new homes. These individuals have diagnoses of mild to severe learning difficulties, autism, communication delay, health conditions and complex needs. They require their staff to be resilient, fun, understanding, hardworking, consistent, confident and caring. They require a wide range of support with personal care, managing medication and finances, supporting them to access the community, learn new skills, maintaining relationships with family and friends, adapt current skills and live a life that makes sense to them.
You don’t need experience to become a Support Worker but it’s not easy. The work can be demanding and challenging at times but no two days are the same and the reward of seeing YOUR personal impact is incredibly inspiring – it’s something you’ll never forget.
As long as you have the passion and drive to want to make a real difference, we’ll teach you the rest. With your key attributes and our training, together we can deliver the best possible support.
Our home operates 24/7. Shifts are organised well in advance and worked on a rota basis. Shift patterns will vary including 24 hour shifts (including a sleep in), 12 hour shifts and a range of 6 – 8 hour shifts.. Both full and part time work are available.
You must be a driver with a manual licence, as you will be driving service vehicles.
We are an award winning charity that has the core belief that everyone has potential, something to offer and a valuable contribution to make to their community.
We use a person centered approach to keep the people we support safe, happy and healthy and to ensure each individual is able to live a life that makes sense to them. Using a Positive Behavior Support strategy ensures we see the person first, not their disability.
Pay and Rewards
We provide a range of benefits to reward and thank our staff which includes:
Six weeks’ annual leave including statutory public holidays
Workplace Pension scheme – MacIntyre will contribute 3% of your salary to all eligible employees
MacIntyre Staff Savings Scheme
Employee Assistance Plan (EAP) to support your health and wellbeing
Health Cash Plan which provides money back on core health treatments such as: optical, dental, physiotherapy, chiropody (at reduced cost)
MacIntyre Sick Pay (qualifying period)
Life assurance scheme offering valuable benefits to your dependents
MacIntyre Rewards Scheme which recognises and rewards staff
MacIntyre Perks which offers up to 6% discount off leading retailers including Tesco, Curry/PC World, Costa and many more
Access to the Blue Light Card which offers thousands of amazing discounts online and on the high street for emergency and social care staff.
Enhanced DBS Certificate (cost paid by MacIntyre)
How to apply
If this job sounds like the right fit for you, click on the Apply button on the MacIntyre website, complete some brief details and upload your CV.
Alternatively if you would prefer to complete a manual application form, you can either download one from the attachments on our website advert or phone us on 01908 357 016 and we will send an application form to you.
Please note: we reserve the right to close this advert early if we have received a sufficient number of applications, so don’t delay, apply today.
Training and Development
At Macintyre we fully support your training and development. We know it can be daunting to start a new job, and not everyone learns the same way, so throughout your probation we will provide you with a mixture of eLearning, face-to-face training and mentoring support whilst on the job.
But it doesn’t stop there – throughout your career with us you will have access to our own dedicated in house Learning and Development team, Quality Specialists and HR Teams. These teams, along with your Manager, will provide you with opportunities to learn and develop professionally as well as enabling and supporting you to achieve professional qualifications and career progression opportunities – all free of charge.
Safer Recruitment and Diversity statement
MacIntyre safeguards and promotes the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults. Therefore we work with successful candidates to complete appropriate checks prior to joining.
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25-28 hours + covering sickness/holidays.
To provide excellent care for our residents.
Must be flexible with hours/days available.