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Suzannah Cole

Recruitment Resourcer

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Recruitment Resourcer

What do you enjoy about your job role?

I love speaking to new people from all walks of life. 

What do you enjoy doing in your spare time?

In my spare time I love walking my dog through the countryside. Supporting and watching my boys play football. I love to read as well!

 

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Registered Nurse - Swindon

Registered Nurse - Swindon

Due to increased demand, Retain Healthcare we are looking for enthusiastic and passionate Nurses to build on our expanding and experienced team. Skills can be trained but being kind and compassionate needs to come naturally. As an expanding Healthcare Agency, we have a growing need for Registered Nurses.

At Retain Healthcare our Nurses are invaluable to us delivering excellent quality and effective service to the Nursing homes within Cheltenham, Stroud, Stonehouse and Gloucester, includes local surrounding areas. Reliability and effective communication with the office team is essential to maintain a good relationship and ensuring full support is given at all times from both parties. We have work available for RN's wanting early, late and night shifts in a variety of settings on a full or part time basis.

Retain Healthcare are a fresh innovative provider, with recruitment experts who follow safer recruitment guidelines and an inhouse training team who have the knowledge and background to offer you the most up to date and comprehensive training in both social and clinical care skills - Leading you into a career you can be proud of and rewarded for.

What we can offer you

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 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 Nurses 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.

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, paid holidays, 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.

Senior Care-Co-Ordinator, Salisbury

Retain Healthcare Ltd is offering an exciting opportunity to join its management team as a Senior Care Coordinator.

The Retain Group was founded by the company Directors vision following a long working background in healthcare and recruitment sectors.

With a vision for Retaining highly skilled Care Assistants, Support Workers and Registered Nurses within the group and within the sector, by offering a workplace that provides high quality extensive training and career development opportunities.

The successful applicant will support a growing and established team that provides a range of home care services to people living in South Wiltshire and surrounding areas.

With a growing number of clients and a widening service user base, Retain Healthcare are looking to recruit a motivated and driven individual with the ability to lead and support a team of care support workers delivering domiciliary care. Experience in care is essential as you will be offering on-going support and guidance to Care Workers working in the field.

SUMMARY OF ROLE

· To provide a needs-led service to service users by allocating Care Support Workers and adopting a person-centered approach that gives each person the strongest voice with regards to decision making and lifestyle choices.

· To offer support and guidance to team members and service users, both in the working day and as part of "On-call" duties.

· To follow and uphold Retain Healthcare Ltd policies and procedures and ensure Care Quality Commission standards are met for Service Users.

· To provide leadership, support and guidance to your team

· To allocate and check the work of your team, taking into account individual abilities and preferences.

· Participate in meetings to support the growth of the company

· Ensure health and safety requirements are adhered to at all times

· Support customer service and resolve problems

· Lead by example

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Retain Healthcare's team of Care Workers are the driving force behind the company's success, and they are supported by a dedicated management team who strive to be the best at what they do. This is an opportunity to join that management team.

Working in the care sector provides an unrivalled sense of reward and satisfaction; knowing you have made the lives of those that need your support a little easier and more comfortable. The role is office based but the successful applicant will be involved in direct care delivery and care planning.

The Senior Care Coordinator role is varied and involves helping vulnerable adults to live independently and safely in their own homes by allocating work and supporting staff to fulfil their duties. It is a challenging role which will also require the successful applicant to work in the community to cover care calls and supervise staff.

Ideal candidates will exhibit the following characteristics:

- A genuine, caring personality.

- Excellent communication skills.

- A good understanding of ICT systems

- The ability to work with a wide range of people from all backgrounds and abilities

- At least a level 2 Diploma or NVQ Level 3 in Health and Social Care, and a willingness to work towards completing higher level qualifications

- Flexible and able to deal with a changing work environment

- Have access to your own vehicle

In return you will receive:

- An excellent wage

- The opportunity to develop through ongoing training and support

- 5.6 weeks' paid holiday.

- Support from a dedicated wider management team.

- Career progression opportunities

-Staff recognition scheme

Retain Healthcare are a fresh innovative provider, with recruitment experts who follow safer recruitment guidelines and an inhouse training team who have the knowledge and background to offer you the most up to date and comprehensive training in both social and clinical care skills - Leading you into a career you can be proud of and rewarded for.

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 Co-ordinators 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.

If you are interested, please send in your CV in a WORD format or call suzannah on 07384467588.

Homecare Worker - Royal Wootton Bassett

Are you caring and compassionate?

We are currently recruiting for enthusiastic and caring individuals who would like to develop their career in care, or are looking for a new opportunity!

FLEXIBLE working patterns available including part time or full time!

WEEKLY pay and competitive rates of pay from £10 an hour!

No experience is required as we will provide you will a full training induction and shadow shifts, ensuring you are confident and knowledgeable along your transformation into a Homecare role!

As a home care worker you will be supporting people in their own homes to maintain their independence

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 Mere, Amesbury and 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 Homecare Worker 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 Homecare Worker 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 a Homecare Support Worker, you will be required to work full or part-time to complete shifts between 7am- 2pm or 4pm until 10pm on a rota basis.

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.

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.

Homecare Worker - Salisbury

Homecare worker

Shift patterns: 7:00-14:00 and/or 16:00-22:00

Location: Salisbury and surrounding area

Driving essential

This role is part time or full time

We are looking for enthusiastic and caring individuals to support us in a new role, supporting people in their own homes live as independently as possible!

As a support worker your role will be focused on promoting independence for people who need help living in their own homes, you could be caring for people with various needs such as the elderly and adults with physical disabilities.

No experience is required as we provide an extensive training program and plenty of shadowing shifts for new starters, so that you will be confident in your knowledge and skills.

At Retain 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.

What the job would entail:

  • 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.

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.

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
  • Holiday Pay Accrual
  • 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

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

Senior Community Carer

Senior Community Carer - North Wiltshire

Retain Healthcare are seeking a Senior Community Carer to join our team based in the North Wiltshire area. You can enjoy:

  • Weekly pay
  • Company pension scheme
  • Paid holidays
  • First uniform for free
  • Free Training
  • Guarenteed hours contract
  • Your own personalised career development pathway.

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 Calne, Chippenham, Cricklade, Royal Wootton Bassett, 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.
  • Covering office staff holidays and evening and weekend on-call, on a rota basis (Paid in addition)

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.
  • Be comfortable in coaching and supporting other team members.
  • 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 a minimum of 30 hours per week and must be able to cover every other weekend, full time is preferable to complete shifts between 7am and 10pm 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 Calne, Chippenham, Malmesbury and Wootton Bassett.

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.

Closing date for this vacancy is Friday 11th June 2021 - Internal and external applications welcomed.

Healthcare Assistant - Days or Nights

Job Description

We are currently recruiting for compassionate and caring individuals who would like to develop their career in care, or are looking for a new opportunity!

Retain Healthcare was developed from a family run business which has been running for over 30 years, providing a high quality service to customers and supporting our staff through learning and development. Our ethos is for continuous learning and includes 4 key ethos':

Retaining - Quality
Retaining - Independence
Retaining - Staff
Retaining - Skills

As an 'Agency healthcare assistant' you will be supporting people in a range of residential and nursing settings across Chippenham, Wootten Bassett and Calne. You will get all the benefits of a permanent worker along with the flexibility and choice that comes with agency work!

DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES

· Supporting those we care for to get up in the mornings and get ready for the day, including: Getting washed and dressed.

· Assisting with mobility through hoists and stand aids

· Provide personal care where required such as assisting to the toilet

· Providing companionship such as going out into the community to go shopping or to appointments. But also being there to provide emotional support throughout the day, and taking part in activities they enjoy.

· Working as a team with other healthcare professionals.

BENEFITS

· The flexibility to work hours that suit you!

· On-going support from us through training and career development opportunities.

· Competitive rates of pay, plus holiday pay and enhanced nights, weekend and bank holiday rates

· Weekly pay

· FLEXIBLE working hours including: Full time or part time and a range of shift patterns.

· Recommend a friend bonus scheme of up to £300 per recommendation

· Pension scheme

REQUIREMENT

· To be an agency worker you will be expected to 'hit the ground running', which is why we require a minimum of 6 months experience working in care.

· It would also be beneficial to be a driver, but this is not a requirement.

The high quality of our 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.

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time, Temporary, Permanent

Pay: £9.50-£11.00 per hour, enhanced hourly rate at weekends and bank holidays

For more information, please call Suzannah on 07384467588

Reablement Support Worker, Trowbridge

Reablement Support Worker - Trowbridge and the surrounding area

We are looking for individuals to join our forward thinking team, who share the same values as we do. This incredible opportunity will be providing a crucial role to support the NHS this winter. In these unprecedented circumstances your support with outcome focused care within the local community, has never been more crucial.

Criteria for a Reablement Support Workers may vary, but we are keen to hear from you should you have the following;

· 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.

Our Reablement service will allow our clients the option of returning to the comfort your own home to recover from an accident, illness or operation. As a Reablement Support Worker you will work with people to regain their confidence and skills required to live as independently as possible in their own home, working towards goals set out upon discharged from hospital.

These goals can range from support in preparing meals and household tasks to personal care and will be tailored around improving quality of life for those we work with. Progress is reviewed daily initially and care plans are tailored accordingly, in order to monitor and adapt to individual support needs. A final review is then carried out at the end of the reablement period to ensure the support package is either no longer require or will move onto a longer term solution.

As a fresh, innovative provider covering the South West, Retain Healthcare has a wealth of experience, 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. Our core values offer you a career opportunity like no other.

Retain Benefits

· All of the benefits of a permanent employee with flexible work to suit you

· Enhanced Bank Holiday pay

· Pension Scheme

· FREE TRAINING

· FREE UNIFORM* Subject to Ts and Cs

· Paid Holidays

· Local training and your own career development pathway

· Retain Rewards - local discounts

· New car, car lease options

· Guaranteed Hours available

· Recommend a friend bonus of up to £300 per introduction

Retaining Staff

By offering you a career pathway, we can highlight current opportunities available that suit your current skillset. While identifying future development options.

Retaining Skills

High quality face to face and virtual training for all staff. Specific training given depending on the client needs. On-going training and support. Regular in house training updates. Career development. Engaging with Multi-Disciplinary divisions to gain the most upto date knowledge. We are passionate about supporting people to achieve their goals #teamretain Together. Everyone. Achieves. More.

Retaining Quality

Maintaining good communication with staff is key to keeping quality high. Our office team, community support and clinical leads will be with you every step of the way to ensure you have the skills and knowledge needed to work towards the individual outcomes of the clients we support within the community. We believe that by investing in our staff, we will provide the most outstanding service, making a positive impact on peoples lives.

Retaining Independence

We are passionate about supporting people and will ensure that they receive the appropriate care given by you. By offering you excellent training and support, will give you the best opportunity to provide outstanding care and take enormous satisfaction from you enabling people to regain their independence.

Support Worker, Marlborough

Retain healthcare are on the hunt for passionate and kind people like you to join a small dedicated team as either a Full time Support Worker in Marlborough. This is a permanent role, working with a specific individual, working long days or waking nights, 38 hours per week.

There are many reasons why people become Support Worker , but the main motivation is the chance to make a difference. You'll become part of an incredible team, helping to deliver outstanding care and support to this individual within their own home.

Previous experience is preferred but not essential as we'll train and support you, so you can confidently deliver a great service and you'll develop a bond with your client which will help you to assist them with tasks and keep an eye on their health and well-being.

To be a successful Home Support worker, you will have the following skills and experience:

  • A full UK driving license with access to a vehicle.
  • Love working with people.
  • Put the individals wants and needs at the center of everything you do
  • 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.

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.

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

We are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless of their race, gender, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation or age.

Healthcare Assistant - Days or Nights

Job Description

We are currently recruiting for compassionate and caring individuals who would like to develop their career in care, or are looking for a new opportunity!

Retain Healthcare was developed from a family run business which has been running for over 30 years, providing a high quality service to customers and supporting our staff through learning and development. Our ethos is for continuous learning and includes 4 key ethos':

Retaining - Quality
Retaining - Independence
Retaining - Staff
Retaining - Skills

As an 'Agency healthcare assistant' you will be supporting people in a range of residential and nursing settings across Westbury, Warminster and Trowbridge. You will get all the benefits of a permanent worker along with the flexibility and choice that comes with agency work!

DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES

· Supporting those we care for to get up in the mornings and get ready for the day, including: Getting washed and dressed.

· Assisting with mobility through hoists and stand aids

· Provide personal care where required such as assisting to the toilet

· Providing companionship such as going out into the community to go shopping or to appointments. But also being there to provide emotional support throughout the day, and taking part in activities they enjoy.

· Working as a team with other healthcare professionals.

BENEFITS

· The flexibility to work hours that suit you!

· On-going support from us through training and career development opportunities.

· Competitive rates of pay, plus holiday pay and enhanced nights, weekend and bank holiday rates

· Weekly pay

· FLEXIBLE working hours including: Full time or part time and a range of shift patterns.

· Recommend a friend bonus scheme of up to £300 per recommendation

· Pension scheme

REQUIREMENT

· To be an agency worker you will be expected to 'hit the ground running', which is why we require a minimum of 6 months experience working in care.

· It would also be beneficial to be a driver, but this is not a requirement.

The high quality of our 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.

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time, Temporary, Permanent

Pay: £9.50-£11.00 per hour

For more information, please call Suzannah on 07384467588

Homecare Worker - Wilton

Are you caring and compassionate?

We are currently recruiting for enthusiastic and caring individuals who would like to develop their career in care, or are looking for a new opportunity!

FLEXIBLE working patterns available including part time or full time!

WEEKLY pay and competitive rates of pay from £10 an hour!

No experience is required as we will provide you will a full training induction and shadow shifts, ensuring you are confident and knowledgeable along your transformation into a Homecare role!

As a home care worker you will be supporting people in their own homes to maintain their independence

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 Mere, Amesbury and 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 Homecare Worker 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 Homecare Worker 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 a Homecare Support Worker, you will be required to work full or part-time to complete shifts between 7am until 10pm on a rota basis.

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.

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.

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 Calne, Chippenham, 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 10pm 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 Calne, Chippenham, Malmesbury and Wootton Bassett .

Home Care Assistant

Are you caring and compassionate?

We are currently recruiting for enthusiastic and caring individuals who would like to develop their career in care, or are looking for a new opportunity!

FLEXIBLE working patterns available including part time or full time!

WEEKLY pay and competitive rates of pay from £10 an hour!

No experience is required as we will provide you will a full training induction and shadow shifts, ensuring you are confident and knowledgeable along your transformation into a Homecare role!

As a home care worker you will be supporting people in their own homes to maintain their independence

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 Mere, Amesbury and 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 Homecare Worker 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 Homecare Worker 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 a Homecare Support Worker, you will be required to work full or part-time to complete shifts between 7am until 10pm on a rota basis.

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.

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.

If you would like to know more, please call suzannah on 07384467588.

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