Female Night Support/Care Worker - Upper Edmonton, London
Active Assistance Group is looking for enthusiastic, passionate and reliable Support/ Care Workers for a female client with a spinal cord injury, located in Upper Edmonton, London.
We are looking for someone who would be happy to assist our client with her personal care requirements and all activities of daily living. You must be organised and flexible with excellent communication skills and be happy to work as part of a very supportive team.
Previous experience would be beneficial but not essential as successful applicants would receive full training in complex care.
Full time/Part time
Hours of work:
Waking night Shift: 8.00pm – 8.00am
Excellent rates of pay: £8.50 per hour
Benefits of working for Active Assistance
• Free five day award winning training course with accommodation provided
• Opportunities to gain a nationally recognised qualification in Health and Social Care
• Prospects to progress your career within the company
• Ongoing support from Head Office and Regional Teams
• Enhanced pay for Bank Holidays
• Refer a friend scheme for employees
So if you are interested in being a Support Worker in Upper Edmonton, London please go to our website and fill in an application form or click on the apply now button.
Active Assistance is an award winning care provider supporting individuals with complex and continuing health care needs. Our philosophy is based on the principle that each client is unique and our services provide tailored support covering complex clinical conditions.
Active Assistance is committed to safeguarding the welfare of vulnerable adults and children. All applicants must be willing to undergo the appropriate screening, including checks with past employers and an Enhanced Disclosure via the DBS
You must be able to provide proof of eligibility to live and work in the U.K.
Active Assistance Group is an Equal Opportunities Employer, however due to the nature of the position, in this instance there is a Genuine Occupational Requirement to recruit female Support Workers.