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Care & Support Worker

Ref:
SYS-4121
Closing date
29/05/2019
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Job Type - Social Care

Contract Type - Part Time, Permanent

Location - Arbourfield Drive, Berryhill, Stoke on Trent, ST2 9RJ

Salary - 9.06 per hour (inclusive of recruitment & retention premium)

Hours - 24 hour per week


We have an exciting opportunity for a Care & Support Worker to join our Berryhill Village Retirement scheme in Stoke-on-Trent (ST2 9RJ) on a part time basis for 24 hours per week.

Our Care & Support Workers have highly rewarding roles within our Older Persons Services in which they provide a range of person centred care and support to customers - promoting choice, independence and empowering them to live a fulfilled and active life.

Joining our team, you’ll be responsible for a range of care delivery including assisting customers with medication and liaising with other professionals to support customer health and wellbeing. Every customer is different with varying support requirements - you can therefore expect to deliver a range of care plans, some of which may involve personal care.

Our ideal candidate? It goes without saying that you’ll be a people focussed individual with a passion and enthusiasm for delivering quality services to vulnerable people. You’ll be able to demonstrate empathy with customer whilst enabling them to maximise their independence.

What’s on offer? As well as a challenging and fulfilling role you’ll receive a competitive salary and generous leave entitlement, alongside a range of other benefits including retail and leisure discounts. We also offer free on-site parking and a range of public travel discounts to take the financial sting out of getting to work! 

Interested? To apply, please register on our candidate portal and submit a comprehensive CV setting out your career history, supported by a cover letter of no more than one page, which clearly explains how you meet the requirements of this role.

Applications need to be submitted by 29th May 2019.