Senior Care Worker
We require Senior Care Workers to join our Friendly Team
- Delivering personal care and support at a senior level
- Take part in Shadowing/Training new care support workers
- monitor care workers and home carers
- lead the shift when on duty
- responds to emergencies and provide guidance and support to care workers
- assists and enables service users to dress, undress, wash, use the toilet and bathe;
- Assist with meals and assists with feeding if required;
- Provide interest and activities to stimulate and engage the service user.
- Provide daily activities such as letter writing, paying bills, collecting benefits;
- undertakes light cleaning and domestic duties including meal preparation as required;
- monitors service users conditions and contribute to care record keeping;
- Liaising with professional staff in carrying out care plans etc.
- Work with managers to ensure rotas are covered.
The post holder must have eligibility to work in the United Kingdom and be able to read, write and communicate strongly in English. (CEFR level B1).
Applicants must have NVQ/RQF Level 3 or equivalent (A level or equivalent qualification) to be eligible for this role.
Applicants must have:
- The post holder must have eligibility to work in the United Kingdom and be able to read, write and communicate strongly in English. (CEFR level B1).
- Applicants must have NVQ/RQF Level 3 or equivalent (A level or equivalent qualification) to be eligible for this role.
- Experience of working with people with health and Mental disabilities and older people
- Knowledge and use of clinical assessment tools
- Understand care planning processes and have experience of writing care plans
- Experience of leading a shift
- Preferably have a driving license but it’s not essential.
Benefits of working with Care 1st
Paid Mileage, Holiday, Pensions & Free Uniform.
Outstanding Free Training & Mentoring Programme.
Regular Supervision Meetings & Supportive Office Team.
Refer a Friend Scheme
Opportunities to gain a nationally recognized qualification in Health and Social Care
Valuable Community Care Experience to enhance your career in Health and Social Care Sector or as a Nurse, Physiotherapist or Occupational Therapist
An opportunity to work for our specialist learning disability/mental health supported living team
If you have a friendly, positive outlook on life and enjoy caring for others we would love to hear from you