We wanted to reassure you during these challenging and unprecedented times that safety remains paramount for our residents, our teams and any potential new colleague wishing to join.

We are reaching out to those in other industries with vital transferable skills, that have found themselves not able to work because of company closure. We have bank, permanent and part-time opportunities for you to consider within our homes and in the community, full training and support will all be provided and again your safety will be our priority.

Available Bank roles can be seen here

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Community Care Assistant - Brooke and Poringland

Location

Brooke, Norfolk

Salary & Benefits

Up to £10.71 per hour, plus paid travel time and mileage

Vacancy Type

Permanent,

Full Time,

Part Time

Community Care Assistant - Brooke, Poringland and surrounding villages

£9.71 to £10.71 per hour plus paid travel time, mileage paid at 20p per mile

Free DBS and fully paid training provided

We offer a rewarding benefits programme which reflects the fact our Community Care Assistants are vital members of our team:

  • Competitive rates of pay plus mileage - includes commute to and from home address and paid travel time between calls
  • Flexible shifts offered - including both full and part time roles (please note that due to the nature of the service, the role does involve working alternate weekends)
  • Guaranteed contracted hours also available for shift patterns of 7am to 3pm and 3pm to 10pm
  • 28 days paid annual leave (pro rata)
  • Free DBS check
  • Care experience is not essential - we provide full induction training to support you gain the skills and knowledge required to provide excellent care
  • Further training and development opportunities including fully funded qualifications in Health & Social Care

Our teams work across Brooke, Poringland and the surrounding areas, helping people who wish to retain their independence and remain at home for as long as possible. A Care Assistant’s roles and responsibilities include (but are not limited to):

  • Basic meal preparation
  • Personal hygiene; showering, bathing, washing
  • Helping people get up each morning and go to bed each evening
  • Provide toilet assistance
  • Light domestic duties
  • Attend social calls, book and accompany to appointments
  • Shopping either with or on behalf of service users

 

This is a fantastic time to join Manorcourt Homecare, as we continue to grow and develop our services. If you have the unique qualities required for this exciting role and want to work with an organisation that provides the type of care you’d expect for your loved ones, we would welcome your application.

For more information about working at Manorcourt Homecare watch our video!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gUwmhNfh2t0