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Home Carer - North Wiltshire

Home Carer - North Wiltshire

Retain Healthcare are seeking a variety of full and part time Home Carer staff to join its team based in the North Wiltshire area. We offer a flexible approach to working and have a true understanding of the work-life balance. You will also be offered a company pension scheme, paid holidays, night and weekend pay enhancements and first uniform for free. In addition, they reward training and loyalty by offering increased pay for NVQ and diploma qualifications, local training and your own personalised career development pathway.

Retain Healthcare is a fresh, innovative provider covering the South West, with recruitment experts who have the knowledge and background to offer you the most up to date and comprehensive training in both social care and clinical care skills. They are committed to safeguarding and will complete full employment checks in line with their safer recruitment process, including employment references and a DBS check.

In this role you will work in a variety of homecare settings where no two days are the same, you will be supporting people within North Wiltshire, including Chippenham, Royal Wootton Bassett, Marlborough, Trowbridge, Malmesbury and the local surrounding villages, ensuring they enjoy a good quality of life. The quality of the service can only be delivered by people like you, who want to make a difference to the individuals it supports.

Your aim is to encourage service users towards the maximum degree of independence and to engage in activities appropriate to their abilities. As a Home Carer your duties will include:

  • Assisting service users when getting up in the morning including washing/bathing, dressing/undressing, maintaining their personal appearance and getting to bed in the evening.
  • Helping with the preparation of meals, drinks and snacks when necessary.
  • Providing assistance with toileting and changing clothes and/or bedding where necessary.
  • Maintaining commodes, washing clothes and bed linen (which may include soiled laundry) when necessary.
  • Providing assistance with other tasks of personal daily living that the service user cannot manage and providing general support as part of a caring team.
  • Encouraging and assisting with the management of medication, administering where necessary and monitoring health-related conditions such as dietary & fluid intake.
  • Helping service users with mobility difficulties, or other physical disabilities, including incontinence. This includes the use of aids and other personal equipment.

To be a successful Home Carer you will have the following skills and experience:

  • A full UK driving license with access to a vehicle.
  • Love working with people and enjoy giving back to your local community.
  • Kind, caring and compassionate nature.
  • Prior experience isn't necessary but experienced carers are very welcome. Full training is provided however NVQs and Diplomas are always beneficial.

As the Home Carer, you will be required to work full or part-time to complete shifts between 7am until 2pm and 4pm until 11pm on a rota basis.

Even if you've always thought about working in care but never made the move, the company is here to help, support and train you! Full training provided.

Work could be located across the whole of North Wiltshire including Chippenham, Malmesbury, Melksham, Cricklade, Purton, Royal Wootton Bassett, Lyneham, Devizes.

Senior Community Carer

Senior Community Carer

Retain Healthcare are seeking a Senior Community Carer to join our team based in the North Wiltshire area. You can enjoy weekly pay as well as being offered a company pension scheme, paid holidays and first uniform for free. In addition, you can apply to complete additional NVQ and diploma qualifications, local training and your own personalised career development pathway.

Retain Healthcare is a fresh, innovative provider covering the South West, with recruitment experts who have the knowledge and background to offer you the most up to date and comprehensive training in both social care and clinical care skills. They are committed to safeguarding and will complete full employment checks in line with their safer recruitment process, including employment references and a DBS check. We offer a flexible approach to working and have a true understanding of the work-life balance.

In this role you will work in a variety of community settings where no two days are the same, you will be supporting people within North Wiltshire, including Chippenham, Royal Wootton Bassett, Marlborough, Trowbridge, Malmesbury and the local surrounding villages, ensuring they enjoy a good quality of life. The quality of the service can only be delivered by people like you, who want to make a difference to the individuals it supports.

As a Senior Community Carer you will also be completing spot checks, risk assessments, quality monitoring, staff observations, mentoring new starters and support existing staff in addition to the usual Home Care work.

Your aim is to encourage people towards the maximum degree of independence and to engage in activities appropriate to their abilities. As a Senior Community Carer your duties will include:

  • Assisting people when getting up in the morning including washing/bathing, dressing/undressing, maintaining their personal appearance and getting to bed in the evening.
  • Helping with the preparation of meals, drinks and snacks when necessary.
  • Providing assistance with toileting and changing clothes and/or bedding where necessary.
  • Maintaining commodes, washing clothes and bed linen (which may include soiled laundry) when necessary.
  • Providing assistance with other tasks of personal daily living that the service user cannot manage and providing general support as part of a caring team.
  • Encouraging and assisting with the management of medication, administering where necessary and monitoring health-related conditions such as dietary & fluid intake.
  • Helping service users with mobility difficulties, or other physical disabilities, including incontinence. This includes the use of aids and other personal equipment.

To be a successful Senior Community Carer you will have the following skills and experience:

  • A full UK driving license with access to a vehicle.
  • Love working with people and enjoy giving back to your local community.
  • Kind, caring and compassionate nature.
  • Previous experience as a Carer or Senior. Full training is provided however NVQs and Diplomas are always beneficial.

As the Senior Community Carer, you will be required to work full time to complete shifts between 7am and 11pm on a rota basis. Your role will be a mixture of office and community work.

Work could be located across the whole of North Wiltshire including Chippenham, Malmesbury, Melksham, Cricklade, Purton, Royal Wootton Bassett, Lyneham, Devizes.

Home Carer (North Wiltshire)

Home Carer

Retain Healthcare are seeking a variety of full and part time Home Carer staff to join its team based in the North Wiltshire area. We offer a flexible approach to working and have a true understanding of the work-life balance.

You can enjoy weekly pay as well as being offered a company pension scheme, paid holidays and first uniform for free. In addition, you can apply to complete NVQ and diploma qualifications, local training and your own personalised career development pathway.

Retain Healthcare is a fresh, innovative provider covering the South West, with recruitment experts who have the knowledge and background to offer you the most up to date and comprehensive training in both social care and clinical care skills. They are committed to safeguarding and will complete full employment checks in line with their safer recruitment process, including employment references and a DBS check.

In this role you will work in a variety of community settings where no two days are the same, you will be supporting people within North Wiltshire, including Chippenham, Royal Wootton Bassett, Marlborough, Trowbridge, Malmesbury and the local surrounding villages, ensuring they enjoy a good quality of life. The quality of the service can only be delivered by people like you, who want to make a difference to the individuals it supports.

Your aim is to encourage service users towards the maximum degree of independence and to engage in activities appropriate to their abilities. As a Home Carer your duties will include:

  • Assisting service users when getting up in the morning including washing/bathing, dressing/undressing, maintaining their personal appearance and getting to bed in the evening.
  • Helping with the preparation of meals, drinks and snacks when necessary.
  • Providing assistance with toileting and changing clothes and/or bedding where necessary.
  • Maintaining commodes, washing clothes and bed linen (which may include soiled laundry) when necessary.
  • Providing assistance with other tasks of personal daily living that the service user cannot manage and providing general support as part of a caring team.
  • Encouraging and assisting with the management of medication, administering where necessary and monitoring health-related conditions such as dietary & fluid intake.
  • Helping service users with mobility difficulties, or other physical disabilities, including incontinence. This includes the use of aids and other personal equipment.

To be a successful Home Carer you will have the following skills and experience:

  • A full UK driving license with access to a vehicle.
  • Love working with people and enjoy giving back to your local community.
  • Kind, caring and compassionate nature.
  • Prior experience isn't necessary but experienced carers are very welcome. Full training is provided however NVQs and Diplomas are always beneficial.

As the Home Carer, you will be required to work full or part-time to complete shifts between 7am and 11pm on a rota basis.

Even if you've always thought about working in care but never made the move, the company is here to help, support and train you! Full training provided.

Work could be located across the whole of North Wiltshire including Chippenham, Malmesbury, Melksham, Cricklade, Purton, Royal Wootton Bassett, Lyneham, Devizes.

Senior Community Carer

Senior Community Carer

Retain Healthcare are seeking a Senior Community Carer to join our team based in the South Wiltshire area. You can enjoy weekly pay as well as being offered a company pension scheme, paid holidays and first uniform for free. In addition, you can apply to complete additional NVQ and diploma qualifications, local training and your own personalised career development pathway.

Retain Healthcare is a fresh, innovative provider covering the South West, with recruitment experts who have the knowledge and background to offer you the most up to date and comprehensive training in both social care and clinical care skills. They are committed to safeguarding and will complete full employment checks in line with their safer recruitment process, including employment references and a DBS check. We offer a flexible approach to working and have a true understanding of the work-life balance.

In this role you will work in a variety of community settings where no two days are the same, you will be supporting people within North Wiltshire, including Salisbury, Andover, Tidworth, Larkhill and the local surrounding villages, ensuring they enjoy a good quality of life. The quality of the service can only be delivered by people like you, who want to make a difference to the individuals it supports.

As a Senior Community Carer you will also be completing spot checks, risk assessments, quality monitoring, staff observations, mentoring new starters and support existing staff in addition to the usual Home Care work.

Your aim is to encourage people towards the maximum degree of independence and to engage in activities appropriate to their abilities. As a Senior Community Carer your duties will include:

  • Assisting people when getting up in the morning including washing/bathing, dressing/undressing, maintaining their personal appearance and getting to bed in the evening.
  • Helping with the preparation of meals, drinks and snacks when necessary.
  • Providing assistance with toileting and changing clothes and/or bedding where necessary.
  • Maintaining commodes, washing clothes and bed linen (which may include soiled laundry) when necessary.
  • Providing assistance with other tasks of personal daily living that the service user cannot manage and providing general support as part of a caring team.
  • Encouraging and assisting with the management of medication, administering where necessary and monitoring health-related conditions such as dietary & fluid intake.
  • Helping service users with mobility difficulties, or other physical disabilities, including incontinence. This includes the use of aids and other personal equipment.

To be a successful Senior Community Carer you will have the following skills and experience:

  • A full UK driving license with access to a vehicle.
  • Love working with people and enjoy giving back to your local community.
  • Kind, caring and compassionate nature.
  • Previous experience as a Carer or Senior. Full training is provided however NVQs and Diplomas are always beneficial.

As the Senior Community Carer, you will be required to work full time to complete shifts between 7am and 11pm on a rota basis. Your role will be a mixture of office and community work.

Work could be located across the whole of South Wiltshire including Salisbury, Larkhill, Bullford, Andover, Yeovil.

Senior Community Carer

Senior Community Carer

Retain Healthcare are seeking a Senior Community Carer to join our team based in the North Wiltshire area. You can enjoy weekly pay as well as being offered a company pension scheme, paid holidays and first uniform for free. In addition, you can apply to complete additional NVQ and diploma qualifications, local training and your own personalised career development pathway.

Retain Healthcare is a fresh, innovative provider covering the South West, with recruitment experts who have the knowledge and background to offer you the most up to date and comprehensive training in both social care and clinical care skills. They are committed to safeguarding and will complete full employment checks in line with their safer recruitment process, including employment references and a DBS check. We offer a flexible approach to working and have a true understanding of the work-life balance.

In this role you will work in a variety of community settings where no two days are the same, you will be supporting people within North Wiltshire, including Chippenham, Royal Wootton Bassett, Marlborough, Trowbridge, Malmesbury and the local surrounding villages, ensuring they enjoy a good quality of life. The quality of the service can only be delivered by people like you, who want to make a difference to the individuals it supports.

As a Senior Community Carer you will also be completing spot checks, risk assessments, quality monitoring, staff observations, mentoring new starters and support existing staff in addition to the usual Home Care work.

Your aim is to encourage people towards the maximum degree of independence and to engage in activities appropriate to their abilities. As a Senior Community Carer your duties will include:

  • Assisting people when getting up in the morning including washing/bathing, dressing/undressing, maintaining their personal appearance and getting to bed in the evening.
  • Helping with the preparation of meals, drinks and snacks when necessary.
  • Providing assistance with toileting and changing clothes and/or bedding where necessary.
  • Maintaining commodes, washing clothes and bed linen (which may include soiled laundry) when necessary.
  • Providing assistance with other tasks of personal daily living that the service user cannot manage and providing general support as part of a caring team.
  • Encouraging and assisting with the management of medication, administering where necessary and monitoring health-related conditions such as dietary & fluid intake.
  • Helping service users with mobility difficulties, or other physical disabilities, including incontinence. This includes the use of aids and other personal equipment.

To be a successful Senior Community Carer you will have the following skills and experience:

  • A full UK driving license with access to a vehicle.
  • Love working with people and enjoy giving back to your local community.
  • Kind, caring and compassionate nature.
  • Previous experience as a Carer or Senior. Full training is provided however NVQs and Diplomas are always beneficial.

As the Senior Community Carer, you will be required to work full time to complete shifts between 7am and 11pm on a rota basis. Your role will be a mixture of office and community work.

Work could be located across the whole of North Wiltshire including Chippenham, Malmesbury, Melksham, Cricklade, Purton, Royal Wootton Bassett, Lyneham, Devizes.

Home Carer

Home Carer

Retain Healthcare are seeking a variety of full and part time Home Carer staff to join its team based in the North Wiltshire area. We offer a flexible approach to working and have a true understanding of the work-life balance.

You can enjoy weekly pay as well as being offered a company pension scheme, paid holidays and first uniform for free. In addition, you can apply to complete NVQ and diploma qualifications, local training and your own personalised career development pathway.

Retain Healthcare is a fresh, innovative provider covering the South West, with recruitment experts who have the knowledge and background to offer you the most up to date and comprehensive training in both social care and clinical care skills. They are committed to safeguarding and will complete full employment checks in line with their safer recruitment process, including employment references and a DBS check.

In this role you will work in a variety of community settings where no two days are the same, you will be supporting people within North Wiltshire, including Chippenham, Royal Wootton Bassett, Marlborough, Trowbridge, Malmesbury and the local surrounding villages, ensuring they enjoy a good quality of life. The quality of the service can only be delivered by people like you, who want to make a difference to the individuals it supports.

Your aim is to encourage service users towards the maximum degree of independence and to engage in activities appropriate to their abilities. As a Home Carer your duties will include:

  • Assisting service users when getting up in the morning including washing/bathing, dressing/undressing, maintaining their personal appearance and getting to bed in the evening.
  • Helping with the preparation of meals, drinks and snacks when necessary.
  • Providing assistance with toileting and changing clothes and/or bedding where necessary.
  • Maintaining commodes, washing clothes and bed linen (which may include soiled laundry) when necessary.
  • Providing assistance with other tasks of personal daily living that the service user cannot manage and providing general support as part of a caring team.
  • Encouraging and assisting with the management of medication, administering where necessary and monitoring health-related conditions such as dietary & fluid intake.
  • Helping service users with mobility difficulties, or other physical disabilities, including incontinence. This includes the use of aids and other personal equipment.

To be a successful Home Carer you will have the following skills and experience:

  • A full UK driving license with access to a vehicle.
  • Love working with people and enjoy giving back to your local community.
  • Kind, caring and compassionate nature.
  • Prior experience isn't necessary but experienced carers are very welcome. Full training is provided however NVQs and Diplomas are always beneficial.

As the Home Carer, you will be required to work full or part-time to complete shifts between 7am and 11pm on a rota basis.

Even if you've always thought about working in care but never made the move, the company is here to help, support and train you! Full training provided.

Work could be located across the whole of North Wiltshire including Chippenham, Malmesbury, Melksham, Cricklade, Purton, Royal Wootton Bassett, Lyneham, Devizes.

Home Carer - North Wiltshire

Home Carer - North Wiltshire

Retain Healthcare are seeking a variety of full and part time Home Carer staff to join its team based in the North Wiltshire area. We offer a flexible approach to working and have a true understanding of the work-life balance. You will also be offered a company pension scheme, paid holidays, night and weekend pay enhancements and first uniform for free. In addition, they reward training and loyalty by offering increased pay for NVQ and diploma qualifications, local training and your own personalised career development pathway.

Retain Healthcare is a fresh, innovative provider covering the South West, with recruitment experts who have the knowledge and background to offer you the most up to date and comprehensive training in both social care and clinical care skills. They are committed to safeguarding and will complete full employment checks in line with their safer recruitment process, including employment references and a DBS check.

In this role you will work in a variety of homecare settings where no two days are the same, you will be supporting people within North Wiltshire, including Chippenham, Royal Wootton Bassett, Marlborough, Trowbridge, Malmesbury and the local surrounding villages, ensuring they enjoy a good quality of life. The quality of the service can only be delivered by people like you, who want to make a difference to the individuals it supports.

Your aim is to encourage service users towards the maximum degree of independence and to engage in activities appropriate to their abilities. As a Home Carer your duties will include:

  • Assisting service users when getting up in the morning including washing/bathing, dressing/undressing, maintaining their personal appearance and getting to bed in the evening.
  • Helping with the preparation of meals, drinks and snacks when necessary.
  • Providing assistance with toileting and changing clothes and/or bedding where necessary.
  • Maintaining commodes, washing clothes and bed linen (which may include soiled laundry) when necessary.
  • Providing assistance with other tasks of personal daily living that the service user cannot manage and providing general support as part of a caring team.
  • Encouraging and assisting with the management of medication, administering where necessary and monitoring health-related conditions such as dietary & fluid intake.
  • Helping service users with mobility difficulties, or other physical disabilities, including incontinence. This includes the use of aids and other personal equipment.

To be a successful Home Carer you will have the following skills and experience:

  • A full UK driving license with access to a vehicle.
  • Love working with people and enjoy giving back to your local community.
  • Kind, caring and compassionate nature.
  • Prior experience isn't necessary but experienced carers are very welcome. Full training is provided however NVQs and Diplomas are always beneficial.

As the Home Carer, you will be required to work full or part-time to complete shifts between 7am until 2pm and 4pm until 11pm on a rota basis.

Even if you've always thought about working in care but never made the move, the company is here to help, support and train you! Full training provided.

Work could be located across the whole of North Wiltshire including Chippenham, Malmesbury, Melksham, Cricklade, Purton, Royal Wootton Bassett, Lyneham, Devizes.

Personal Assistant - Mere

Personal Assistant - Mere, Nr Warminster

Experienced Personal Assistants needed for part time day shifts and full time night shifts.

Anyone wishing to assist this service user as their PA must:
* Respect and maintain strict confidentiality
* Be open minded and have a flexible attitude
* Have an understanding of, and a commitment to, disability equality
* Take direction from me and work in accordance with my wishes
* Have good verbal and written communication skills
* Know when to use their initiative and when to take a back seat
* Be reliable and punctual
* Be willing to provide all personal care
* Be willing to perform domestic tasks, e.g. ironing, cleaning, washing clothes.

Things they enjoy:
* Cooking/Baking
* Going to the cinema
* Shopping
* Looking after pets
* Gardening
* Keeping the house clean and tidy
* Volunteering
* Listening to music
* Time alone
* Going out - this can be something as simple as going food shopping, to spending a couple of nights away. These trips will never put the service user or the PA in any situation which would breach health and safety regulations and the agency will always be informed if you are going away over-night. Also, the PA will never be asked to contribute financially for any travel costs.

As you can imagine, many of these activities are currently restricted due to COVID-19 and lockdown regulations, as a result there will be variations to the duties included in this ever evolving time.

Working for Retain you will receive many benefits including:

  • All of the benefits of a permanent employee with flexible Work to suit you
  • Increased pay for NVQ / Diploma and Senior roles
  • Night and Weekend pay enhancements
  • Enhanced Bank Holiday pay
  • Pension Scheme
  • First Uniform Free
  • Paid holidays
  • Free Training
  • Free 1st uniform
  • Local training and your own career development pathway
  • Retain Rewards - local discounts
  • Guaranteed Hours available
  • Recommend a friend bonus of up to £300 per introduction

Being a part of our team will include:

The quality of this service can only be delivered by people like you who want to make a difference to the individuals we support. We rely on our Personal Assistants to leave a good impression to form part of our ongoing reputation in the local area. We will continue to develop your skills through training to meet the needs and empower you to be the voice of Retain Healthcare

Our Ethos is the 4 R's, where we are always Retaining Quality, Retaining Independence, Retaining Staff and Retaining Skills.

This role may also be referred to as: Support Worker, Carer, Care Assistant, HCA, Healthcare Assistant, Care Giver.

INDCHIP

COVID-19 volunteers welcome in all areas of Gloucestershire, Somerset, Wiltshire, Hampshire and Dorset

Home Carer - South Wiltshire

Home Carer - South Wiltshire

Retain Healthcare are seeking a Home Carer to join its team based in the South Wiltshire area. The company offers a flexible approach to working and have a true understanding of the work-life balance. You will also be offered a company pension scheme, paid holidays, night and weekend pay enhancements and first uniform for free. In addition, they reward training and loyalty by offering increased pay for NVQ and diploma qualifications, local training and your own personalised career development pathway.

Retain Healthcare is a fresh, innovative provider covering the South West, with recruitment experts who have the knowledge and background to offer you the most up to date and comprehensive training in both social care and clinical care skills. They are committed to safeguarding and will complete full employment checks in line with their safer recruitment process, including employment references and a DBS check.

In this role you will work in a variety of homecare settings where no two days are the same, you will be supporting people within South Wiltshire, including Salisbury, Andover, Amesbury, Wilton and the local surrounding villages, ensuring they enjoy a good quality of life. The quality of the service can only be delivered by people like you, who want to make a difference to the individuals it supports.

Your aim is to encourage service users towards the maximum degree of independence and to engage in activities appropriate to their abilities. As a Home Carer your duties will include:

  • Assisting service users when getting up in the morning including washing/bathing, dressing/undressing, maintaining their personal appearance and getting to bed in the evening.
  • Helping with the preparation of meals, drinks and snacks when necessary.
  • Providing assistance with toileting and changing clothes and/or bedding where necessary.
  • Maintaining commodes, washing clothes and bed linen (which may include soiled laundry) when necessary.
  • Providing assistance with other tasks of personal daily living that the service user cannot manage and providing general support as part of a caring team.
  • Encouraging and assisting with the management of medication, administering where necessary and monitoring health-related conditions such as dietary & fluid intake.
  • Helping service users with mobility difficulties, or other physical disabilities, including incontinence. This includes the use of aids and other personal equipment.

To be a successful Home Carer you will have the following skills and experience:

  • A full UK driving license with access to a vehicle.
  • Love working with people and enjoy giving back to your local community.
  • Kind, caring and compassionate nature.
  • Prior experience isn't necessary but experienced carers are very welcome. Full training is provided however NVQs and Diplomas are always beneficial.
  • Weekly pay

As the Home Carer, you will be required to work full or part-time to complete shifts between 7am until 2pm and/or 4pm until 11pm on a rota basis.

Even if you've always thought about working in care but never made the move, the company is here to help, support and train you! Full training provided.

INDSAL

Personal Assistant - Mere

Personal Assistant - Mere, Nr Warminster

Experienced Personal Assistants needed for part time day shifts and full time night shifts.

Anyone wishing to assist this service user as their PA must:
* Respect and maintain strict confidentiality
* Be open minded and have a flexible attitude
* Have an understanding of, and a commitment to, disability equality
* Take direction from me and work in accordance with my wishes
* Have good verbal and written communication skills
* Know when to use their initiative and when to take a back seat
* Be reliable and punctual
* Be willing to provide all personal care
* Be willing to perform domestic tasks, e.g. ironing, cleaning, washing clothes.

Things they enjoy:
* Cooking/Baking
* Going to the cinema
* Shopping
* Looking after pets
* Gardening
* Keeping the house clean and tidy
* Volunteering
* Listening to music
* Time alone
* Going out - this can be something as simple as going food shopping, to spending a couple of nights away. These trips will never put the service user or the PA in any situation which would breach health and safety regulations and the agency will always be informed if you are going away over-night. Also, the PA will never be asked to contribute financially for any travel costs.

As you can imagine, many of these activities are currently restricted due to COVID-19 and lockdown regulations, as a result there will be variations to the duties included in this ever evolving time.

Working for Retain you will receive many benefits including:

  • All of the benefits of a permanent employee with flexible Work to suit you
  • Increased pay for NVQ / Diploma and Senior roles
  • Night and Weekend pay enhancements
  • Enhanced Bank Holiday pay
  • Pension Scheme
  • First Uniform Free
  • Paid holidays
  • Free Training
  • Free 1st uniform
  • Local training and your own career development pathway
  • Retain Rewards - local discounts
  • Guaranteed Hours available
  • Recommend a friend bonus of up to £300 per introduction

Being a part of our team will include:

The quality of this service can only be delivered by people like you who want to make a difference to the individuals we support. We rely on our Personal Assistants to leave a good impression to form part of our ongoing reputation in the local area. We will continue to develop your skills through training to meet the needs and empower you to be the voice of Retain Healthcare

Our Ethos is the 4 R's, where we are always Retaining Quality, Retaining Independence, Retaining Staff and Retaining Skills.

This role may also be referred to as: Support Worker, Carer, Care Assistant, HCA, Healthcare Assistant, Care Giver.

INDCHIP

COVID-19 volunteers welcome in all areas of Gloucestershire, Somerset, Wiltshire, Hampshire and Dorset

Emergency On Call Coordinator

We are seeking a reliable, customer focussed individual to answer and respond professionally to emergency requirements for a successful Healthcare agency based in the south west.

At Retain Healthcare we pride ourselves on offering a 24 hour, 7 day a week service to maintain deliver the highest standards of care for the people we support. This includes being able to request extra assistance at any time, cancel care requirements and ensuring we cover any sickness within our own staffing team before the shifts are due to begin.

We are looking for a Wiltshire based driver, experience within a Healthcare position is essential. You will provide an emergency on-call service for our Bristol and Chippenham offices every other weekend and to include an additional two or three nights per month for holiday cover.

For your weekend, you will begin at 5.00pm Friday and finish 8.30am Monday morning. You will be paid £103 for this time, should there be an emergency and you are required to go out to support the needs of one of our services, you will also be paid an hourly rate for this *to be discussed with management*.

Weekday evenings begin at 5.00pm and end at 8.30am, you will be offering on-call support to all services from our Chippenham, Bristol and Salisbury offices. You will receive £21.60 per evening covered.

Full training will be given from our Chippenham team, laptop and phone will be provided.

The Four R's

Our Ethos is the 4 R's; Retaining Quality, Retaining Independence, Retaining Staff and Retaining Skills... so how do we do that? By demonstrating to you our commitment to offer a better solution;

We offer a flexible approach to working and have a true understanding of the work life balance. We offer a company pension scheme, annual leave accrual, night and weekend pay enhancements and first uniform for free. In addition we reward training and loyalty by offering increased pay for NVQ and diploma qualifications, local training and your own, personalised career development pathway. We have Guaranteed hours available and when you love what you do and we've shown you the retain way, recommend us to a friend for a bonus of upto £300!

Retain Healthcare are committed to safeguarding and will complete full employment checks in line with our safer recruitment process, including employment references and a DBS check as stated within our policies and procedures.

INDCHIP

Healthcare Assistant - Royal Wootton Bassett

Healthcare Assistant - Royal Wootton Bassett

Are you looking for a new role in the care sector?

If the answer is yes Retain Healthcare are seeking kind, caring and compassionate Healthcare Assistants offering you the opportunity to work in a variety of care settings throughout Wiltshire

Retain Healthcare are a fresh innovative provider, with recruitment experts who have years of experience and knowledge to support you. We offer you the most up to date and comprehensive training in both social care and clinical care skills - Leading you into a career you can be proud of and rewarded for.

Working for Retain you will receive many benefits including:

  • All of the benefits of a permanent employee with flexible Work to suit you
  • Increased pay for NVQ / Diploma and Senior roles
  • Night and Weekend pay enhancements
  • Enhanced Bank Holiday pay
  • Pension Scheme
  • First Uniform Free
  • Free training
  • Free DBS checks
  • New car lease scheme
  • Paid holidays
  • Local training and your own career development pathway
  • Retain Rewards - local discounts
  • Guaranteed Hours available
  • Recommend a friend bonus of up to £250 per introduction

Being a part of our team will include:

The opportunity to work in a variety of care settings where no two days are the same, you will be supporting people within local care settings or their own homes to enjoy a good quality of life and supporting good health and wellbeing.

The quality of this service can only be delivered by people like you who want to make a difference to the individuals we support. We rely on our Healthcare Assistants to leave a good impression to form part of our ongoing reputation in the local area.

We will continue to develop your skills through training to meet the needs and empower you to be the voice of Retain Healthcare

Our Ethos is the 4 R's, where we are always Retaining Quality, Retaining Independence, Retaining Staff and Retaining Skills.

This role may also be referred to as: Support Worker, Carer, Care Assistant, HCA, Healthcare Assistant, Care Giver.

COVID-19 volunteers welcome in all areas of Gloucestershire, Somerset, Wiltshire, Hampshire and Dorset

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