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Make a difference every day – Become a care assistant. Nothing compares to the feeling that comes from knowing that you’ve brightened up someone’s day – especially when that someone is a vulnerable adult. ISS Healthcareare on the hunt for warm and kind people like you to join our amazing team of part and full time care assistants in CF3, CF5, CF11, CF14, CF24The fact that you’re thinking about becoming a care assistant makes you part of a special group of people – the most compassionate and interesting people we know. There are many reasons why people become care assistants, but the main motivation is the chance to make a difference.And that’s just what you’ll be doing when you work with us. You’ll become part of our incredible team, helping us deliver emotional and practical care to vulnerable adults and transforming their lives on a daily basis. In return, we’ll support you every step of the way, providing training as well as the opportunity to progress your career. The hours are flexible, which means you’re able to fit the role in around other commitments including childcare or studying. Bear in mind that you’ll be working on a rota basis, which may include early starts, late finishes and some weekend working.You don’t need previous experience to become a care assistant, as we provide full training.We’d love to hear from you if you’re:
• Caring, compassionate and a good listener• An energetic, happy person who enjoys forming relationships with all sorts of people• Happy to offer support with a range of tasks, including personal care, preparing meals, administering medicine, shopping and light household duties• Able to access a vehicle (or – depending on where you’re based – willing to use public transport to travel between homes)
And what are the benefits of working with ISS Healthcare?
• Competitive hourly rates from £8.72 and 28 days’ annual leave (pro rata)*• Flexible hours to fit around your other commitments• Comprehensive training and ongoing support – We’re with you every step of the way• The opportunity to progress your career with a fully-funded diploma QCF in social care*• An excellent benefits package encompassing exclusive discounts to hundreds of UK retailers, including Tesco, Marks & Spencer and Pizza Express• Employee referral bonus programmes of up to £200*• Auto-enrolment pension scheme*• Do something incredible. Transform lives. Become a care assistant at ISS Healthcare.• All suitable candidates are required to undergo an enhanced level criminal record disclosure.
ISS Healthcare is an equal opportunities employer.* Terms and conditions apply.LLanrumney, St Mellons, Ely, Caerau, Fairwater, LLanishen, Gabalfa, Heath, Rhwibina, Birchgrove, Tremorfa, Splott, Adamstown

Wrexham Youth Justice Service need an Assistant Team Lead, to join their team on a month-by-month basis, to cover maternity leave until potentially April 2021.In this role you will assist the Team Leads to manage the Youth Justice Service in line with departmental policy, and will assist in the management of fieldwork services for the client group. As an Assistant Team Lead you will manage between 5 and 15 members of staff including social work degree and other students. As an Assistant Team Lead you will be responsible for assisting the Team Lead in managing the team through its procedures and activities, ensuring the team operates efficiently and effectively to meet the needs of their service users. You will ensure all assessments and reviews are carried out in a timely manner and ensure visits and contact with children and families meet minimal standards and are both adequately and accurately recorded. You will assist in any safeguarding investigations and investigating customer complaints. In this position you will also be responsible for planning, allocating and evaluating the work carried out by the team, as well as providing guidance and supervision to staff. You will also be expected to produce records, reports and specialist reports as required, and assist in developing and implementing improvements to system and service delivery.To be successful in your application, it is essential that you hold a degree within youth justice or a related field, and have experience of working with young people in a Youth Justice or Social Care setting. Applicants must have demonstrable knowledge o the Children Act (1989), Social Service and Well-being Act, Mental Health, Crime and Disorder Act and Circulars. You should also have experience of managing staff and be able to travel across the County Borough to carry out work, and hold an enhanced, current DBS.If this sounds like you, then apply now, or get in touch with Natasha at Service Care for more information.

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Dynamic, professional and caring staff needed to work in a busy, family run nursing home in the Aberystwyth area.Plas Cwmcynfelin is located about 2.5 miles from Aberystwyth. Set in expansive, well maintained gardens and enjoying panoramic views over Cardigan Bay and Clarach valley, this adapted Georgian mansion and its adjoining Coach House make the perfect setting to deliver excellent care to our customers.If you are motivated, able to work under pressure and dedicated to delivering a high standard of care to older people, then you might be who we are looking for.A number of vacancies have arisen for Nursing Care Assistants at Plas Cwmcynfelin care home, Clarach. Duties involve supporting older people with activities of daily living, including assistance with medical, personal and social care. Our client base have complex needs up to and including requiring end of life care. This role therefore requires applicants with excellent interpersonal skills with a keen eye for detail and the ability to communicate information both orally and through accurate documentation.We do not require you to have experience, but you must be willing to learn. You will have full induction training, and after successful completion of your probationary period (12 weeks), you will have the opportunity to study for a diploma in Health and Social Care (up to level 3). The ability to converse in Welsh is desirable. We can offer you valuable experience working in a nursing environment, and this post is particularly suitable for those wishing to develop a career in nursing.Duty hours and shifts will be discussed at interview. Due to the nature of the job, you will be required to work some bank holidays and weekends. Full and part time hours are available. 5.6 weeks annual leavePension scheme availableDBS checks for successful applicants. To apply please call Sarah on 01970623783 during normal office hours (Mon to Fri 9am to 5pm)

Make a difference every day – Become a care assistant. Nothing compares to the feeling that comes from knowing that you’ve brightened up someone’s day – especially when that someone is a vulnerable adult. Abacare are on the hunt for warm and kind people like you to join our amazing team of part and full time care assistants in CH5, CH6, CH7, LL11, LL13, LL14The fact that you’re thinking about becoming a care assistant makes you part of a special group of people – the most compassionate and interesting people we know. There are many reasons why people become care assistants, but the main motivation is the chance to make a difference.And that’s just what you’ll be doing when you work with us. You’ll become part of our incredible team, helping us deliver emotional and practical care to vulnerable adults and transforming their lives on a daily basis. In return, we’ll support you every step of the way, providing training as well as the opportunity to progress your career. The hours are flexible, which means you’re able to fit the role in around other commitments including childcare or studying. Bear in mind that you’ll be working on a rota basis, which may include early starts, late finishes and some weekend working.You don’t need previous experience to become a care assistant, as we provide full training.We’d love to hear from you if you’re:
• Caring, compassionate and a good listener• An energetic, happy person who enjoys forming relationships with all sorts of people• Happy to offer support with a range of tasks, including personal care, preparing meals, administering medicine, shopping and light household duties• Able to access a vehicle (or – depending on where you’re based – willing to use public transport to travel between homes)
And what are the benefits of working with Abacare?
• Competitive hourly rates from £9.20 – £9.50 and 28 days’ annual leave (pro rata)*• Flexible hours to fit around your other commitments• Comprehensive training and ongoing support – We’re with you every step of the way• The opportunity to progress your career with a fully-funded diploma QCF in social care*• An excellent benefits package encompassing exclusive discounts to hundreds of UK retailers, including Tesco, Marks & Spencer and Pizza Express• Employee referral bonus programmes of up to £200*• Auto-enrolment pension scheme*• Do something incredible. Transform lives. Become a care assistant at Abacare.• All suitable candidates are required to undergo an enhanced level criminal record disclosure.
Abacare is an equal opportunities employer.* Terms and conditions apply.Flint, Wrexham

Make a difference every day – Become a care assistant.Nothing compares to the feeling that comes from knowing that you’ve brightened up someone’s day – especially when that someone is a vulnerable adult. ISS Healthcareare on the hunt for warm and kind people like you to join our amazing team of part and full time care assistants in CF3, CF5, CF11, CF14, CF24The fact that you’re thinking about becoming a care assistant makes you part of a special group of people – the most compassionate and interesting people we know. There are many reasons why people become care assistants, but the main motivation is the chance to make a difference.And that’s just what you’ll be doing when you work with us. You’ll become part of our incredible team, helping us deliver emotional and practical care to vulnerable adults and transforming their lives on a daily basis. In return, we’ll support you every step of the way, providing training as well as the opportunity to progress your career. The hours are flexible, which means you’re able to fit the role in around other commitments including childcare or studying. Bear in mind that you’ll be working on a rota basis, which may include early starts, late finishes and some weekend working.You don’t need previous experience to become a care assistant, as we provide full training.We’d love to hear from you if you’re:Caring, compassionate and a good listenerAn energetic, happy person who enjoys forming relationships with all sorts of peopleHappy to offer support with a range of tasks, including personal care, preparing meals, administering medicine, shopping and light household dutiesAble to access a vehicle (or – depending on where you’re based – willing to use public transport to travel between homes)And what are the benefits of working with ISS Healthcare?Competitive hourly rates from £8.72 and 28 days’ annual leave (pro rata)*Flexible hours to fit around your other commitmentsComprehensive training and ongoing support – We’re with you every step of the wayThe opportunity to progress your career with a fully-funded diploma QCF in social care*An excellent benefits package encompassing exclusive discounts to hundreds of UK retailers, including Tesco, Marks & Spencer and Pizza ExpressEmployee referral bonus programmes of up to £200*Auto-enrolment pension scheme*Do something incredible. Transform lives. Become a care assistant at ISS Healthcare.All suitable candidates are required to undergo an enhanced level criminal record disclosure.ISS Healthcare is an equal opportunities employer.* Terms and conditions apply.LLanrumney, St Mellons, Ely, Caerau, Fairwater, LLanishen, Gabalfa, Heath, Rhwibina, Birchgrove, Tremorfa, Splott, Adamstown

As Senior Care Assistant you will assist with daily activities providing residents with both physical and emotional support and personal care as needed. You will be responsible administering medication, for the smooth running of the shift and will assign specific tasks to the care assistants and monitor their completion. You will develop, review and update residents’ personal care plan to meet their changing physical, social and psychological needs.

The Senior Care Assistant will promote high standards of care by ensuring all team members are trained and supervised appropriately and you will communicate professionally and warmly with visitors, family members and other health care professionals.

Experience of supporting people with learning disabilities is desirable but not essential, as successful applicants will be encouraged to bring their own life experiences and skills to the role. You will be provided with an induction, ongoing training and supervision to carry out your work effectively.

To join our dedicated and professional team you will have obtained or demonstrate commitment to work towards the care qualification (QCF level 2) and you will be supported to register as a care professional with Social Care Wales. For more information about what it means to be involved in a rewarding sector visit www.wecare.wales.

Due to services being delivered 365 days per year, the successful applicants will have opportunity to cover a range of shifts, including but not limited to; evenings, wake nights, weekends, and Bank holidays including Christmas & New Year. Sleep-in duties are also part of the work pattern for which additional payments are made.

It is essential that you possess a full driving licence as there may be the requirement to transport individuals in their mobility vehicles.

As a Support Worker you will provide excellent care, to ensure the well-being, development and comfort of the people we support. You will be involved in supporting the daily activities of the people we support in our residential homes and within the community. The activities are person-centred; promoting their dignity, independence and well-being. You will also provide focused support to assist people with individual tasks and personal care needs.

We operate a number of services – some are complex and require an extensive level of support, others are to mentor the people we support in becoming more independent and help them manage their social activities more effectively.

Responsibilities
A Support Worker will be expected to work 37.5 hours a week; shift patterns will vary and you will be required to work weekends and nights on a rota basis.
You will need to be flexible in you location of work as you could be situated in any of the 12 projects across the company; however, we will try and place you as close to your home location as possible.

Requirements: Minimum of two years experience within social care, must have QCF/NVQ Level 2 Health & Social Care and be willing to work towards gaining their Level 3.

Hours of Work: 37.5 hours per week, working on a rolling rota basis

Contract Type: Permanent

Benefits of Working with us:

Free Parking
Free Eye Care Vouchers
Work Place Pension
Company Funded DBS Check
Comprehensive Training Package
Progression Opportunities
We also offer Health & Social Care QCF qualifications
About the Role: We have a vacancy for you to join an existing friendly team, supporting individuals with a learning disability and Autism to lead a full a meaningful life. You will have the opportunity to develop your skills, share your experiences and really make a difference to the lives of those we support.

As a Team Leader you will take a key role in delivering the services within the home ensuring the promotion of good working practice and offering a role model to support staff. You will work closely with the Home Manager to provide professional support, supervision and guidance to a team of support workers, to ensure continuity of care, participate in the Management Rota to provide out of hours cover and support staff in emergencies and to deputise in the absence of the Manager.

If you are ready for an exciting and varied role where you may; assist someone to learn new skills this may be through local colleges or getting out and about visiting family and places of interest, enjoying hobbies, leisure interests and much more besides then we would like to hear from you.

The ideal candidate for this post will have experience in learning disabilities, mental health issues and possess experience in leading a team. Within this role you will need an understanding of medication procedures, safeguarding policies and procedures, motivation skills, be self-motivated, flexible and organised.

Full time, 35 hours

Dolywern is home for 30 adults with physical disabilities. We’re near the small town of Chirk, surrounded by green hills – and the Ceiriog River runs through the grounds.  We have local shops, restaurants, pubs, a library and a swimming pool and we’re close to Oswestry and Wrexham.

As a Support Worker/Healthcare Assistant with Leonard Cheshire you’ll provide a high level of care and support to vulnerable people, enabling them to live the life they choose. You’ll assist with daily tasks including personal care, medication and assistance at mealtimes, motivating and encouraging choice and participation.

Experience as a Support Worker, Care Assistant or Healthcare Assistant is desirable but not essential as we offer an excellent training and induction programme to get you fully trained in your new role!

In return we offer a great range of employee schemes and benefits, including generous annual leave, free Blue Light card, discounts for high street retailers, contributory pension scheme and so much more!
Leonard Cheshire welcomes applications from all sections of the community. We actively encourage applications from people with a disability, supporting where possible, your requirements for reasonable adjustments.

A satisfactory disclosure check (PVG membership in Scotland) is required for this post.

Shortlisting for this role may take place as applications are received. We therefore reserve the right to close this vacancy once suitable candidates have been appointed.

* No agencies please *

We are looking for a patient and passionate individual to join our dedicated team of Support Workers in our Supported Living service in Liswerry, Newport .

This service is the home for 5 individuals. The service provides care and support to individual’s with all levels of disabilities include brain acquired injuries and physical disabilities. You will be encouraging and engaging the individuals to achieve their outcomes to be independent as possible in all aspects of their lives.

Pobl means ‘People’ and people really are at the heart of everything we do. We support some truly amazing people to live positive, independent lives in their own home and help get them where they want to be in life.

If you would like the opportunity to work with some truly amazing people please read on…..

What’s Great About the Role?

Our Care Teams of over 860 committed Pobl Difference Makers work closely and support one another to deliver person centred care to each and every individual.

As a Pobl Difference Maker you really are part of something special where you and your opinions matter. We have a culture built on our values to be Positive, Considerate and Connected.

Duties Include:

Liaise with health professionals.
Daily living skills – Cooking, Cleaning, using appliances.
Personal care – bathing etc
Medication
Staying safe around the home and in the community – fire safety, road safety, using public transport.
Healthy lifestyles – eating healthy, exercise, swimming, gym
Meal planning and shopping
Emotional support
Employment – voluntary and paid.
Training and education – what is available and may support individual to attend a course
Sign posting to other services including befriending
Managing finances and budgeting – May be weekly support to pay bill’s, assess money.
Community inclusion – Groups, Church
Attending appointments – GP, Dental, Hospital. Supporting people to understand what is being said.
For full details of the role and skills required please see the Role Profile document attached.

Key Information

Shift times are based on the needs of each individual and includes working morning, evenings, weekends, bank holidays and sleeping in at the service. The current hours of support start at 7am and end at 11pm. The sleep in shift are based at the service to provide emergency support needs throughout the night if required. There is enhanced pay for sleep in shifts.

***This is a female only role***

Pobl Benefits

Enhanced pay for night shifts

25 days holiday (plus Bank Holidays)

Excellent Pension options

Opportunity to develop your skills within the organisation

To begin your Pobl journey click ‘Apply Now

Pobl is an organisation with equality, diversity and inclusion at its heart, and we are pleased to have recently been accredited with Stage 2 Investors in Diversity. We welcome applications from all areas of the community, however we particularly encourage applications from members of the BAME community as well as individuals with disabilities, who are currently under-represented within our workforce

Comprising of 20 hours on a permanent contract and 16 hours on fixed term contract until the 31st March 2022.

This full-time post is available in north Wales and will be home based. As a key member of the PACEY Cymru team to support the achievement of planned work linked to the development and sustainability of childminding and partnerships in the defined region.