Care Assistants – Based Old Town - Residential Home
We have a number of full and part time permanent career opportunities for people keen to make a real difference to the lives of others, offering a range of care and support assistance to older people living in residential care. Coate Water Care is an experienced care home provider, committed to delivering the highest standards of person centred care to older people in our residential and nursing homes. You will receive excellent rates of pay, well-paid overtime pay and plenty of employee benefits.
To build upon our success stories, we rely on our passionate and dedicated staff at all levels. We are currently seeking a enthusiastic and caring team players to join us as a Care Assistant. Coate Water Care delivers compassionate residential, dementia and respite care in a high quality, comfortable, safe and lively environment.
If you enjoy caring for others, wanting to turn your skills into a well-paid and rewarding career, the social care sector is a great place to start. It’s all about demonstrating the right behaviours, attitude. Sociable personality and enthusiasm when working in an adult social care environment. Previous experience is not required as we will provide a full induction alongside formal care sector training plus further educational opportunities for those who wish to progress
The key responsibilities of our Care Assistants include:
Carry out care activities in accordance with person centred care plan for all residents
Provide assistance as necessary to residents with restricted mobility to move to dining areas at mealtimes and other communal areas for social activities and to the privacy of their bedrooms at their request.
Provide assistance to serve meals and beverages, encouraging and assisting in the feeding of residents as per their requirements.
Contribute to the creation and development of effective person centred care plans.
Ensure bedroom areas are kept tidy, pleasant and comfortable by making beds, regularly changing bed linen and emptying commodes.
Ensure the regular cleaning of equipment involved in personal care of residents, including commodes and wheelchairs.
Develop and maintain positive relationships with all residents, family, visitors and colleagues
This is a varied, challenging and highly satisfying career opportunity, allowing you to work a number of flexible hours and gain plenty of work experience and life skills. You will need to have the Right to Work in The UK, satisfactory employment refences and be willing to undertake a DBS Disclosure.