Female Care and Support Worker needed to provide care for a lady, with a a physical disability, who lives in her own home in the Stratton area of Swindon. This is a part time position, approximately 20 hours per week Monday to Sunday, providing care and support each morning, again at lunchtime, teatime and bedtime. You will receive an excellent hourly rate, plus paid travel and plenty of support, training and possible further education.
As a Female Care and Support Worker, you will working in a ‘double up’ situation, working with another care assistant with joint responsibilities for a number of daily care and support duties. Naturally, your duties will include all personal care, washing, dressing, toilet assistance, administering medication and transfer about the house using mobile aids.
The overall objective is to engage, get to know the client and work as part of a team, delivering the very best care and support to enable our client to live and enjoy a happy, sociable, healthy and stimulated life. Assisting with daily household tasks which as cleaning, washing and ironing.
Taking our client out into the community to do the shopping, to attend a number of social activities, meeting friends and family and offering respite care to help our client engage and remain sociable
This is truly rewarding and supportive role, which will use all of your previous care and support skills, maybe offering a new opportunity to care for a client who is really looking forward to meeting her Female Care and Support Worker and work as part of a team to administer health and social care services.
As a Female Care and Support Worker, you will have a kind and compassionate nature, with a good sense of humour and a happy personality. To apply for this current post, you will need previous experience on manual handling and the ability to care and support people with physical disabilities. You will have a Full UK clean Driving Licence, your own car and the ability to #Make a Difference. Satisfactory references are required plus Right to Work in The UK and an enhanced DBS Disclosure Check.