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Heath Care Assistant

National Health Service

Melton Mowbray, MID
5 days ago
Melton Mowbray, MID
5 days ago

Heath Care Assistant

Latham House Medical Practice

The closing date is 08 March 2021

Job overview

Full Time (or Job Share) Health Care Assistant

LHMP Pay Scale

We are looking for an experienced Health Care Assistant to join our friendly and supportive Nursing/HCA Team.

The role is rewarding and varied, it will suit someone who is enthusiastic, motivated and a good team player.

LHMP Pay Scale

We are looking for an experienced Health Care Assistant to join our friendly and supportive Nursing/HCA Team.

The role is rewarding and varied, it will suit someone who is enthusiastic, motivated and a good team player.

Main duties of the job

You will have experience and confidence in managing patients face to face and have good organisational and communication skills.

Our ideal candidate will hold a NVQ level 3/QCF level 3 Diploma in Clinical Healthcare Support or equivalent and have experience of working in Primary Care/Secondary Care or the Community.

This HCA role within the Practice is developing in the Practice therefore a willingness to learn and a flexible approach is essential.

About us

Latham House Medical Practice, one of the UKs largest doctors surgeries, are looking for a committed, innovative and enthusiastic Health Care Assistant to join our semi-rural practice based in the town centre of Melton Mowbray.

Conveniently situated within 30 mins from Grantham and the A1, 40 minutes from Nottingham and Leicester, and 50 mins from Peterborough; Melton Mowbray is a large market town offering all local amenities including easy access to schools and good quality housing. The town is in the fortunate position of being surrounded by picturesque villages, beautiful countryside and local activities like Rutland Water.

Job description

Job responsibilities

    Health Care Assistant

    The purpose of the post is to assist the GPs and nursing team in the delivery of a safe and high quality primary care service for the practice population.

      The post holder will undertake delegated task and duties under direct or indirect supervision.

        The post holder will work within clear parameters and lines of accountability after appropriate training and assessment of competencies.

        Person Specification

        Knowledge

        Essential

        • Maintenance of up to date knowledge and skills in relation to roles undertaken
        • Understanding of Infection prevention and Control measures
        • Understanding of effective team working

        Qualifications

        Essential

        • NVQ level 3/QCF level 3 Diploma in Clinical Healthcare Support or equivalent.

        Experience

        Essential

        • NVQ level 3/QCF level 3 Diploma in Clinical Healthcare Support or equivalent.
        • Phlebotomy experience

        Desirable

        • Phlebotomy experience
        • Experience working in Primary Care
        • Administration of selected vaccines/medication by injection with the appropriate legal authorisation.

        Skills

        Essential

        • Good organisational skills
        • Good interpersonal and communication skills

        Disclosure and Barring Service Check

        This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and as such it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly known as CRB) to check for any previous criminal convictions.

        UK Registration

        Applicants must have current UK professional registration. For further information please see NHS Careers website (opens in a new window).

        Employer details

        Employer name

        Latham House Medical Practice

        Address

        Sage Cross Street

        Melton Mowbray

        Leicestershire

        LE13 1NX


        Employer's website

        https://www.lhmp.co.uk/

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        Heath Care Assistant

        National Health Service

        Melton Mowbray, MID
        5 days ago
        Melton Mowbray, MID
        5 days ago

        Heath Care Assistant

        Latham House Medical Practice

        The closing date is 08 March 2021

        Job overview

        Full Time (or Job Share) Health Care Assistant

        LHMP Pay Scale

        We are looking for an experienced Health Care Assistant to join our friendly and supportive Nursing/HCA Team.

        The role is rewarding and varied, it will suit someone who is enthusiastic, motivated and a good team player.

        LHMP Pay Scale

        We are looking for an experienced Health Care Assistant to join our friendly and supportive Nursing/HCA Team.

        The role is rewarding and varied, it will suit someone who is enthusiastic, motivated and a good team player.

        Main duties of the job

        You will have experience and confidence in managing patients face to face and have good organisational and communication skills.

        Our ideal candidate will hold a NVQ level 3/QCF level 3 Diploma in Clinical Healthcare Support or equivalent and have experience of working in Primary Care/Secondary Care or the Community.

        This HCA role within the Practice is developing in the Practice therefore a willingness to learn and a flexible approach is essential.

        About us

        Latham House Medical Practice, one of the UKs largest doctors surgeries, are looking for a committed, innovative and enthusiastic Health Care Assistant to join our semi-rural practice based in the town centre of Melton Mowbray.

        Conveniently situated within 30 mins from Grantham and the A1, 40 minutes from Nottingham and Leicester, and 50 mins from Peterborough; Melton Mowbray is a large market town offering all local amenities including easy access to schools and good quality housing. The town is in the fortunate position of being surrounded by picturesque villages, beautiful countryside and local activities like Rutland Water.

        Job description

        Job responsibilities

          Health Care Assistant

          The purpose of the post is to assist the GPs and nursing team in the delivery of a safe and high quality primary care service for the practice population.

            The post holder will undertake delegated task and duties under direct or indirect supervision.

              The post holder will work within clear parameters and lines of accountability after appropriate training and assessment of competencies.

              Person Specification

              Knowledge

              Essential

              • Maintenance of up to date knowledge and skills in relation to roles undertaken
              • Understanding of Infection prevention and Control measures
              • Understanding of effective team working

              Qualifications

              Essential

              • NVQ level 3/QCF level 3 Diploma in Clinical Healthcare Support or equivalent.

              Experience

              Essential

              • NVQ level 3/QCF level 3 Diploma in Clinical Healthcare Support or equivalent.
              • Phlebotomy experience

              Desirable

              • Phlebotomy experience
              • Experience working in Primary Care
              • Administration of selected vaccines/medication by injection with the appropriate legal authorisation.

              Skills

              Essential

              • Good organisational skills
              • Good interpersonal and communication skills

              Disclosure and Barring Service Check

              This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and as such it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly known as CRB) to check for any previous criminal convictions.

              UK Registration

              Applicants must have current UK professional registration. For further information please see NHS Careers website (opens in a new window).

              Employer details

              Employer name

              Latham House Medical Practice

              Address

              Sage Cross Street

              Melton Mowbray

              Leicestershire

              LE13 1NX


              Employer's website

              https://www.lhmp.co.uk/

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              Health Care Support Worker

              National Health Service

              Lincoln, MID
              5 days ago
              Lincoln, MID
              £18.005k - £19.337k Per Year
              5 days ago
              £18.005k - £19.337k Per Year

              Job Reference: 274-LPFT6798

              Employer:
              Lincolnshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
              Department:
              Brant Ward
              Location:
              Lincoln
              Salary:
              £18,005 to £19,337 pa

              NEW BUSINESS – NEW SERVICES – NEW JOBS IN LINCOLNSHIRE!!

              Lincolnshire is leading the way with mental health transformation projects

              Do you want to be part of changing mental health for the future? Improving things for the next generation and influencing the future. We have a number of exciting new opportunities for clinical and non-clinical staff.

              Excellent, well trained and motivated staff are what make the Trust as successful as we are.

              We employ over 2200 staff in a variety of roles and are proud that in the past two years we have been rated by our own staff as one of the best mental health trusts in England; achieving the second best mental health trust nationally in 2018 staff survey. We firmly believe that the key to high quality patient care is a contented workforce and this is reflected in the Care Quality Commission rating us as ‘outstanding’ for well led and ‘good’ overall.

              As a Trust we believe that having a diverse workforce and allowing people to be themselves is essential to good employment, we are openly supportive and encourage difference. We have three active staff network groups for Black Asian Minority Ethnics (BAME), Lesbian Gay Bi-Sexual Transgender (LGBT+) and staff with Mental and Physical Lived Experience (MAPLE). This has resulted in annual staff conferences and some great national accolades, such as, the Trust being included in the Top 100 organisations in the country within the Stonewall Index.


              Band 2 HCSW at Brant Ward Witham Court

              An exciting opportunity has arisen for Band 2 HCSW posts on Brant ward Witham Court
              Brant ward is an 18 bedded acute assessment and treatment ward for older adults experiencing functional mental health problems. It has been newly refurbished to a very high standard with single bedrooms & ensuite bathrooms.

              The ward is challenging, fast paced and offers excellent opportunities for professional development. Whilst the ward was being refurbished the core team have been working as part of an OA Home Treatment team which has resulted in enhancing their skills, and the excitement of looking at working in a more dynamic way with patients to ensure their hospital stay promotes, and maintains a level of independence whilst supporting with their recovery.

              The HCSW would be expected to work closely as part of MDT in the delivery, evaluation of care and be forward thinking and innovative in the on-going development of service provision. The candidate must be genuinely patient and carer focussed in their approach to all they do.

              The successful candidate will ideally possess excellent communication skills, determination, drive and an ability to manage their workloads in a challenging ever changing environment. This will work towards providing a quality of mental health care that achieves confidence and effective outcomes to all those who come into contact with the ward.

              The post holder will be required to work flexibly across a variety of shifts in order to meet the needs of the 24 hour service.

              A full induction package will be offered, access to training, regular supervision, annual appraisal and a commitment to developing staff to their full potential.

              The salary for this post, depending upon relevant experience, is A4C band 2-£17,652 - £19,020. The hours are 37.5 per week worked on a shift basis to cover 24 hour period to include nights and weekends

              For further information or to arrange an informal visit please contact Sue Brace Ward Manager on 01522 307873 or email sue.brace1@nhs.net.



              In partnership with staff, volunteers, patients and carers we have developed our values, behaviours and culture over the past three years; and we live by them. Our leaders are compassionate, supportive and avoid blame. We look at solution focused outcomes, working on a theme of continuous improvement, which benefits the Trust, its employees and of course our patients and services users.

              We also offer great new rewards and benefits to staff as you will see, so if you are not already part of our team why not come and join us?

              We offer 24 hour services within our Inpatient, Crisis and SPA teams, if you are successfully appointed to posts in these areas or others that might have specified, you will be required to work unsociable hours and shift patterns.

              Preference will be given to NHS colleagues who are currently 'at risk' and meet the minimum criteria of the Job Description & Person Specification.
              Please provide accurate details for your references, these should cover the last 3 years and include your current or most recent employer or education to enable The Recruitment Team to be timely in their request. For internal staff we will seek a reference from your current manager.
              Interview Expenses will not be paid.
              Due to recent high volumes of applications, posts may be closed earlier once a sufficient number have been received.
              Where required new employees will be subject to an electronic Disclosure & Barring Service check, please refer to the additional documentation above. You will be asked to attend a Pre-employment check appointment in Sleaford or Lincoln. Start dates will coincide with Induction and fall on the first week of the each month.

              If you have any difficulty completing this application form please contact (01522) 421510
              You can find LPFT on Facebook and follow us on Twitter @LPFTNHS.

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              Trainee Care Support Worker Development

              National Health Service

              Queens Medical Centre & Nottingham City Hospital, MID
              4 days ago
              Queens Medical Centre & Nottingham City Hospital, MID
              4 days ago

              Job Reference: J11-CSWD020-21

              Employer:
              NHS Professionals - Flexible Workers
              Department:
              Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust
              Location:
              Queens Medical Centre & Nottingham City Hospital
              Salary:
              Please See Description

              Job Title : Trainee Care Support Worker

              Location/Trust: Nottingham

              Pay Rates: Days: £8.72 Saturdays/Nights: £12.14 Sunday/Bank Hols: £15.90

              Looking to kickstart a career with the NHS?

              You can, through our Care Support Worker Development (CSWD) programme.

              We have a unique opportunity to learn on the job and work towards a care certificate at University Nottingham Hospitals NHS Trust. By completing this programme it will help you build and develop the key skills and experience you need to become a Care Support Worker (CSW), all whilst receiving weekly pay, paid annual leave and all the other great benefits NHS Professionals offers our bank members. Once you have successfully completed the programme you will be able to work flexibly at any of our partner Trusts.

              What the programme involves …

              During our programme you will learn how to help to maintain a safe care environment in the ward/department, supporting with infection control, providing care, safety and welfare for patients, visitors and other staff.

              You will work as part of the healthcare team, supporting registered nurses and other healthcare practitioners to meet the daily living needs of the patient from Hygiene to personal and physical comfort.

              At least 30 hours per week for 6 months (earlies, lates and nights pro rata)

              Typical duties will involve:

              • Carry out clinical procedures/tasks as required.
              • Undertake and record a range of physiological measurements e.g. temperature, pulse, respirations, blood pressure, oxygen saturation, blood glucose monitoring
              • Other clinical tasks will be determined by the nature of your work and local policy eg: monitoring the effects of medication; taking ECGs; caring for individuals with catheters or nasogastric tubes, insertion / removal of intravenous cannula, venipuncture
              • Prepare and carry out extended feeding techniques e.g. nasogastric, gastrostomy feeds.
              • Obtain and test samples and other specimens
              • Clearing and re-stocking consulting rooms
              • Contribute to discharge process
              • Care of wounds
              • Check pain levels and requesting pain relieving medication on patient’s behalf
              • Assist in preparing for clinical procedures and clearing the environment afterwards as appropriate

              Who we are looking for…

              Someone who maintains the values and a passion for care following the six enduring values and behaviors that underpin ‘compassion in practice’, the national vision and strategy for nursing, midwifery and care staff.

              The 6Cs are defined as: Care, Compassion, Competence, Communication, Courage, Commitment.

              Please note thisrole is NOT suitable for:

              • Due to the program’s strict requirement you must be available for at least 30 hours a week, during your training and placement period.
              • You much be over the age of 18 or turning 18 before the planned classroom training week.

              What’s next?

              • Attendance of Assessment Day & Interview– Week commencing 18/03/2021

              • Attendance of FREE classroom training – Planned for 26th to 30rd April 2021

              • Attend an Induction week: 37.5 hours supervised placements, paid at £8.72 – November

                In return for your hard work commitment NHS Professionals (NHSP) can offer you some fantastic benefits: –

              • Career progression– Receive a Care Certificate and enhance your prospects with the NHS.
              • Provide patient care - Provide care, safety and welfare for patients.
              • Join the NHS family - Become part of a healthcare team
              • Dedicated training - support from your ward / area and skilled mentors.
              • Weekly pay - Work this week, get paid next week.
              • Paid annual leave – Build holiday allowance.

              Once you have completed the programme

              Once you have completed your development period, you take a knowledge-based assessment on the Care Certificate 15 Standards, once passed, you can work as a CSW for the Trust at any of their locations, and at any of NHS Professionals partner Trusts, through the bank.

              Apply

              Register your interest to the CSWD programme today and on successful completion, you will be placed onto at least a 6-month full time placement.

              We look forward to hearing from you soon.

              Disclaimer

              Please note, you will be contacted by email throughout the recruitment process, so please check your emails, including your junk/spam regularly. We regret we cannot contact everyone who is not selected for an interview, therefore if you do not hear from us within 21 days after submitting your application, please assume you have not been successful on this occasion.




              Please note that you will be contacted via e-mail throughout the recruitment process, so please check your e-mails regularly.
              We regret we cannot contact everyone who is not selected for an interview, therefore if you do not hear from us within 21 days after submitting your application, please assume you have not been successful on this occasion.

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              Senior Health Care Support Worker

              National Health Service

              Lincoln, MID
              Today
              Lincoln, MID
              Today

              Senior Health Care Support Worker

              Lincolnshire Community Health Service NHS Trust

              The closing date is 11 March 2021

              Job overview

              Senior Health Care support workers with experience and skills in Emergency and Urgent Care needed to work alongside Advanced Clinical Practitioners and GP's to provide support for the minor illness and minor injury services to the people of Lincoln.

              You will be working within a vibrant department that will shortly be moving into new premises.

              Main duties of the job

              Lincoln Treatment Centre is located next to Lincoln Emergency Department and provides 24 hour minor illness and minor injury service. The Service provides health and social care during the in and out of hours period to the population of Lincolnshire.

              We have vacancies for bank Senior Health Care support workers at Lincoln Urgent Treatment centre and are looking for individuals who are excellent team workers, self-motivated and keen to learn. They will have a good general education, NVQ Level 3 in Health Care or equivalent, be computer literate, have current Urgent / Emergency Care experience and have extended clinical skills such as venepuncture and application of plastered splints for minor injuries .If you are an enthusiastic person who would like to work within a supportive Urgent care service we would like to hear from you.

              For further information about the post please contact Jeni Ives on 07970 725822,

              About us

              Lincolnshire Community Health Services (LCHS) is an evolving and diverse Outstanding NHS community trust. We are a vibrant and creative organisation which provides a diverse range of clinical services across Lincolnshire. We pride ourselves in putting Patients First and are seeking an enthusiastic individual who shares these values.

              We are rated Outstanding by the Care Quality Commission 2018 for being a well led and responsive NHS trust and are playing an integral part in shaping future health service provision countywide alongside partner health and social care organisations. The workforce is required to be adaptable and flexible to cover the needs of the community service.

              LCHS places great importance on the health and wellbeing of its employees and as such provides a very comprehensive health and wellbeing programme which supports your physical, emotional, social and financial wellbeing.

              Job description

              Job responsibilities

              Taking of basic observations

              Using POPS/News scores to assist the practitioner in their decision making.

              Basic visual acuity testing

              Venepuncture

              Plastering/back slab application

              Basic wound dressing

              Communication point between the patient and the practitioner

              Person Specification

              Knowledge/Skills/aptitude

              Essential

              • Good written and oral communication skills
              • Able to manage own workload
              • Able to use work based IT systems
              • Able to work in a busy and demanding environment

              Previous Experience

              Essential

              • Customer Service skills with experience of dealing with members of the public
              • One years experience as a Health Care Support worker in a similar field.

              Qualifications

              Essential

              • Basic General Secondary Education
              • NVQ 3 or equivalent or willingness to work towards
              • Specific relevent clinical skills
              • Willing to learn and undertake further training

              Desirable

              • Venepuncture
              • Plastering/backslab experience

              Disclosure and Barring Service Check

              This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and as such it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly known as CRB) to check for any previous criminal convictions.

              Employer details

              Employer name

              Lincolnshire Community Health Service NHS Trust

              Address

              Lincoln Hospital

              Urgent Treatment Centre

              Lincoln

              LN2 5QY


              Employer's website

              https://www.lincolnshirecommunityhealthservices.nhs.uk/

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              Care Assistant- Newark

              Heathcotes Group

              Newark-on-Trent, MID
              11 days ago
              Newark-on-Trent, MID
              11 days ago

              FULL TIME Care Assitants – Enright, Newark

              Heathcotes Group are currently seeking Care Workers for our neighbouring 6 & 7 bed Residential services in Newark. Heathcotes Enright is a specialist residential service for adults with Asperges Syndrome, dual diagnoses and associated complex needs. This service has been designed exclusively for individuals who form part of the Transforming Care cohort and can be utilised as an intermediary between hospital and supported living.

              We support individuals with a diagnosis of Learning disability, Autism, Emotionally Unstable Personality Disorder, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Bi Polar affective disorder and Paranoid Schizophrenia.

              We support alongside the individual to complete daily living tasks such as cooking, cleaning, shopping, budgeting and encourage service users to participate in activities they enjoy. 

              The Role of a Support Worker:

              • Encourage individuals to live a life that makes sense to them.
              • Provide emotional support and encouragement where and when it is needed.
              • Always using a person-centred approach.
              • Monitoring & reporting changes in health, behaviour and needs to relevant professionals.
              • Ensuring the home is organised according to the needs of the service users and that safety measures are in place, you may also be expected to assist with housework, shopping, laundry.
              • Transporting individuals or escorting to medical or other appointments and social activities.
              • Supporting those who need it with budgeting and money management.


              Requirements:

              • A compassionate and friendly can-do attitude.
              • A willingness to work some evenings, weekends & bank holidays.
              • Drivers preferred but not essential.

              Shift Pattern:  As a Care Worker you will be contracted to 32.67 hours per week and will work 2 shifts from 8:15am – 10:30pm followed by 4 days off

              What we offer in return:

              • Pay rate is between £8.20-£9.65 per hour dependant on qualifications/experience.
              • Paid holidays & Paid enhanced DBS check.
              • Pension scheme.
              • Blue Light Discount Card
              • 12-week induction programme working towards achieving the Care Certificate & ongoing training support.
              • Excellent career progression opportunities.
              • Refer a friend scheme of £50 (ts&cs apply).

              If you are looking for a long and rewarding career, where you can really make a difference to the lives of the people we support, and you feel that you have the right values, attitude, and experience for the role of Care Worker, then we are keen to hear from you!

               

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              Care Assistant

              PerCurra

              Bottesford
              5 days ago
              Bottesford
              5 days ago

              PerCurra has multiple opportunities for Care Assistants (Drivers) to join the team. You will join us on a full time or part time basis and you will receive an hourly rate of £9.00 + travel time paid at national minimum wage and mileage (20p per mile) - You must have a UK Driving Licence and your own car.

              We are recruiting for the below locations:

              - Grantham
              - Bingham and surrounding villages

              We are recruiting to add Care Assistants to our team of dedicated carers.

              Can you provide care and support in a professional and friendly way with patience and reliability and help clients remain in their own homes?

              About PerCurra

              We train all our staff to the highest standards and support them fully in their careers in the care sector.

              We offer an online induction to all our employees and support to complete the Care Certificate. Options to continue training to NVQ 2 and 3 will be made available to established staff members. Because we are a fast growing, successful company there are always opportunities for employees to develop their skills.

              The Care Assistant Role:

              As our Care Assistant you will be providing care in the Client’s own homes. You do not need to have worked as a carer before, but some experience of care work (including caring for family and friends) is preferred.

              Work is currently available from 8am to 8pm, seven days a week and some weekend work would be expected.

              We operate between 7 am and 11 pm Monday-Sunday plus some nights

              If you feel have the skills and experience to become our Care Assistant please click ‘apply’ today, we’d love to hear from you!

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              Care Assistant - Bestwood

              Westminster Homecare

              Nottingham, MID
              8 days ago
              Nottingham, MID
              8 days ago

              Westminster Homecare New Starter Bonus!

              We want YOU to join our team!

              To give you that extra reason to come over to Westminster Homecare we are offering a £500 joining bonus!

              Join us and get a £500 bonus in your first pay!* (T's & C's apply)

              Are you thinking about becoming a Full Time Care Worker but still looking for the right opportunity? Try Westminster Homecare. We have fully paid training for each care Worker and no previous experience is required.

              To join us as a Care Worker, you just need the right values and character. If you consider yourself trustworthy, compassionate, kind and warm hearted you could help us to deliver the very best care to our Service Users.

              We have a growing team of Care Workers that we train and support to become the very best. Each one has a rewarding role within the team. Each enjoys delivering high value care to wonderful Services Users in their own homes.

              This is a full time role with a great remuneration package that includes industry leading benefits.

              What are our values?

              Experience isn't required, but values are important to Westminster Homecare. We employ each Care Worker on the basis that we would trust them to care for our own relatives. You could be our ideal candidate if:

              • You are committed and passionate about delivering the highest standard of quality care to our Service Users.
              • You can work to ensure that you always show our service users respect and protect their dignity.
              • You will work to empower, enable and encourage our service users to remain as independent as possible.
              • Can work together with your team to achieve industry leading levels of care.

              Do you feel that you have these qualities? If you do, please apply without delay.

              Westminster Homecare's Care in the community services:

              Our care services are varied and they depend upon the requirements of each Service User. As a Care Worker you may be required to assist with:

              • Personal Care
              • Support with medication
              • Meal and snack preparation
              • General domestic help
              • Emotional and Social support

              You may also be helping with other tasks as may be required from time to time.

              What we offer each Care Worker

              We have great rates of pay and a fantastic range of benefits for each Full Time Care Worker.

              • Competitive pay rate
              • Bank Holiday Pay, Paid Annual Leave, Maternity & Paternity Pay
              • Fully funded training and development - NVQ 2, NVQ 3 and more specialist training
              • Career Development
              • WHC Discount Benefit Scheme - Blue Light Card
              • Mileage
              • Pension
              • Refer a Friend Incentive
              • Hastee Pay - financial wellbeing benefit

              *Get paid a £500 bonus in your first pay when you join us, but you have to stay with us a minimum of 6 months.

              Clawback Clause - if you leave within 6 months £500 must be returned to Westminster Homecare

              Our Recruitment Process

              As a CQC regulated employer, Westminster Homecare is committed to safeguarding and safer recruitment. All successful applicants will be subject to an enhanced disclosure among other checks. Professional and character references will be requested only at the time of a conditional offer of employment.

              About Westminster Homecare

              We started delivering personalised care and support to people of all ages and abilities during 1999.

              Today, we provide over 2 million hours of support each year to over 3000 people through a network of 19 branches. We work in partnership with some 40 Local Authorities & CCGs.

              With a team of over 2,000 compassionate, dedicated and highly skilled Care Practitioners, we enable those we support to continue living independently in their own homes.

              Health and Safety

              At Westminster Homecare, we take your safety seriously. We ensure that we meet all Government guidelines when it comes to Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). The safety of our staff and service users is paramount.

              Driving

              This role requires you to drive between the locations of our Service Users. Please apply only if you hold a valid driving license and have access to your own vehicle.

              From time to time we release other care vacancies that do not require a diving license and vehicle.

              Our Recruitment Process

              As a CQC regulated employer, Westminster Homecare is committed to safeguarding and safer recruitment. All successful applicants will be subject to an enhanced disclosure, among other checks. Professional and character references will be requested if you are successful and we offer you employment.

              About Westminster Homecare

              We provide over 2 million hours of support each year to over 3000 people through a network of 19 branches. We work in partnership with some 40 Local Authorities & CCGs.

              With a team of over 2,000 compassionate, dedicated and highly skilled Care Practitioners, we enable those we support to continue living independently in their own homes.

              Health and Safety

              At Westminster Homecare, we take your safety seriously. We ensure that we meet all Government guidelines when it comes to Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). The safety of our staff and service users is paramount.

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              Night Care Assistant

              Prime Life

              Oakham
              5 days ago
              Oakham
              5 days ago

              Prime Life are on the lookout for passionate and dedicated care professionals to join our friendly team as a Night Care Assistant, on a full time basis. At present, we have several vacancies available and are keen to meet with candidates as soon as possible for interviews.

              This role will be based at Rutland Care Village, in the heart of Oakham in Leicestershire. The Care Village has been specially designed to cater to the every need of 82 residents, across four buildings on the site. Typically, our residents at Rutland Care Village live with a range of age related health conditions, physical disabilities and mental health conditions that require dignified support from our caring team. Additionally, many of our residents are living with Dementia and may also require one to one personal support to maintain their daily independence. It is essential that candidates for this role are therefore patient, understanding and respectful of our resident’s individual abilities. 

              Benefits of becoming our Night Care Assistant:

              This role offers great work life balance, with regular set shift patterns between the hours of 8pm and 8am, across a 7-day working week. In return for your commitment to our residents, we can offer range of excellent benefits including;

              - Hourly rates of pay ranging from £8.72 to £8.91 per hour dependent upon qualification level

              - Opportunities to learn and progress with the support of our dedicated Quality Matters team

              - Fully funded DBS

              - Comprehensive Holiday Pay scheme that rewards you for your commitment to care

              - Free refreshments and snacks whilst on shift

              - Fantastic Refer a Friend scheme, offering up to £200 per successful candidate!

              Responsibilities of our Night Care Assistant include:

              - Assisting residents with their personal hygiene and retiring to bed for the evening

              - Completing routine welfare checks throughout the night to ensure residents are safe and well

              - Supporting residents to dine and maintain good nutrition and hydration as required

              - Encouraging residents to mobilise safely around the home, with the support of mobility aids and specialist equipment

              - Providing friendship and companionship to residents

              - Maintaining accurate and timely written records and completing documentation

              - Being a part of a multi-disciplinary team and engaging with other care professionals, as and when required, to promote the health and well-being of our residents

              - Welcoming family members to the home and assisting with enquiries

              What we’re looking for in our Night Care Assistant:

              To be successful within this role, you will have a genuine caring nature and a desire to make a real difference for our residents. Though prior experience as a Care Assistant or Support worker is desirable, this is not essential as full training is provided. Typically, our residents live with age related conditions, life-limiting health conditions, mental health conditions and physical disabilities that require dignified support from our care team. It is essential that candidates for this role are therefore patient, understanding and respectful of our resident’s individual abilities.

              If you feel have the skills and experience to become our Night Care Assistant please click ‘apply’ today, and we’ll ensure to be in touch or contact us directly on 01572 725983 or courtneybald@prime-life.co.uk.

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              Bank Care Assistant

              Prime Life

              Oakham
              5 days ago
              Oakham
              5 days ago

              Make a difference every day and give back to your community!

              Prime Life are on the lookout for passionate and dedicated care professionals to join our friendly team as a Bank Care Assistant. 

              This role will be based at Rutland Care Village, in the heart of Oakham in Leicestershire. The Care Village has been specially designed to cater to the every need of 82 residents, across four buildings on the site. Typically, our residents at Rutland Care Village live with a range of age related health conditions, physical disabilities and mental health conditions that require dignified support from our caring team. Additionally, many of our residents are living with Dementia and may also require one to one personal support to maintain their daily independence. It is essential that candidates for this role are therefore patient, understanding and respectful of our resident’s individual abilities. 

              Benefits of becoming our Bank Care Assistant:

              This role offers great work life balance, with shift patterns offered across a 7-day working week between the hours of 8pm and 8am. In return for your commitment to our residents, we can offer range of excellent benefits including;

              - Hourly rates of pay ranging from £8.72 to £8.91 per hour dependent upon qualification level

              - Opportunities to learn and progress with the support of our dedicated Quality Matters team

              - Fully funded DBS

              - Comprehensive Holiday Pay scheme that rewards you for your commitment to care

              - Free refreshments and snacks whilst on shift

              - Fantastic Refer a Friend scheme, offering up to £200 per successful candidate!

              Responsibilities of our Bank Care Assistant include:

              - Assisting residents with their personal hygiene and dressing for the day, or retiring to bed for the evening

              - Supporting residents to dine at mealtimes and maintain good nutrition and hydration

              - Encouraging residents to mobilise safely around the home, with the support of mobility aids and specialist equipment

              - Providing friendship and companionship, and accompanying residents on social outings or appointments

              - Maintaining accurate and timely written records and completing documentation

              - Being a part of a multi-disciplinary team and engaging with other care professionals, as and when required, to promote the health and well-being of our residents

              - Welcoming family members to the home and assisting with enquiries

              What we’re looking for in our Bank Care Assistant:

              To be successful within this role, you will have a genuine caring nature and a desire to make a real difference for our residents. Though prior experience as a Care Assistant or Support worker is desirable, this is not essential as full training is provided. Typically, our residents live with age related conditions, life-limiting health conditions and physical disabilities that require dignified support from our care team. It is essential that candidates for this role are therefore patient, understanding and respectful of our resident’s individual abilities. Additionally, many of our residents live with dementia and as such an understanding of dementia would be beneficial.

              If you feel have the skills and experience to become our Bank Care Assistant please click ‘apply’ today, or Contact Courtney Bald, HR & Recruitment Coordinator directly on courtneybald@prime-life.co.uk or 015 72 722350

              Job Type

              Full Time

              Posted

              5 days ago

              Description

              Heath Care Assistant

              Latham House Medical Practice

              The closing date is 08 March 2021

              Job overview

              Full Time (or Job Share) Health Care Assistant

              LHMP Pay Scale

              We are looking for an experienced Health Care Assistant to join our friendly and supportive Nursing/HCA Team.

              The role is rewarding and varied, it will suit someone who is enthusiastic, motivated and a good team player.

              LHMP Pay Scale

              We are looking for an experienced Health Care Assistant to join our friendly and supportive Nursing/HCA Team.

              The role is rewarding and varied, it will suit someone who is enthusiastic, motivated and a good team player.

              Main duties of the job

              You will have experience and confidence in managing patients face to face and have good organisational and communication skills.

              Our ideal candidate will hold a NVQ level 3/QCF level 3 Diploma in Clinical Healthcare Support or equivalent and have experience of working in Primary Care/Secondary Care or the Community.

              This HCA role within the Practice is developing in the Practice therefore a willingness to learn and a flexible approach is essential.

              About us

              Latham House Medical Practice, one of the UKs largest doctors surgeries, are looking for a committed, innovative and enthusiastic Health Care Assistant to join our semi-rural practice based in the town centre of Melton Mowbray.

              Conveniently situated within 30 mins from Grantham and the A1, 40 minutes from Nottingham and Leicester, and 50 mins from Peterborough; Melton Mowbray is a large market town offering all local amenities including easy access to schools and good quality housing. The town is in the fortunate position of being surrounded by picturesque villages, beautiful countryside and local activities like Rutland Water.

              Job description

              Job responsibilities

                Health Care Assistant

                The purpose of the post is to assist the GPs and nursing team in the delivery of a safe and high quality primary care service for the practice population.

                  The post holder will undertake delegated task and duties under direct or indirect supervision.

                    The post holder will work within clear parameters and lines of accountability after appropriate training and assessment of competencies.

                    Person Specification

                    Knowledge

                    Essential

                    • Maintenance of up to date knowledge and skills in relation to roles undertaken
                    • Understanding of Infection prevention and Control measures
                    • Understanding of effective team working

                    Qualifications

                    Essential

                    • NVQ level 3/QCF level 3 Diploma in Clinical Healthcare Support or equivalent.

                    Experience

                    Essential

                    • NVQ level 3/QCF level 3 Diploma in Clinical Healthcare Support or equivalent.
                    • Phlebotomy experience

                    Desirable

                    • Phlebotomy experience
                    • Experience working in Primary Care
                    • Administration of selected vaccines/medication by injection with the appropriate legal authorisation.

                    Skills

                    Essential

                    • Good organisational skills
                    • Good interpersonal and communication skills

                    Disclosure and Barring Service Check

                    This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and as such it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly known as CRB) to check for any previous criminal convictions.

                    UK Registration

                    Applicants must have current UK professional registration. For further information please see NHS Careers website (opens in a new window).

                    Employer details

                    Employer name

                    Latham House Medical Practice

                    Address

                    Sage Cross Street

                    Melton Mowbray

                    Leicestershire

                    LE13 1NX


                    Employer's website

                    https://www.lhmp.co.uk/