- £10.90 per hour as salary
- Weekly casual hours
- Residential Care Facility at Bowgreave Rise
Residential Casual Care Assistant
To be the best quality service, safely assisting older people with respect, dignity, care, and compassion to live their lives their way’ is the mission statement of Older People Care Services.
Do you desire to truly and positively impact the lives of seniors? We are now hiring for the position of Residential Casual Care Assistant and are searching for persons to join our team who share our values, attitude, and behaviours.
As a casual employee, you will be expected to replace existing staff members’ absences and sick days.
You can put in up to 37 hours a week in this position. Shift patterns range from 08:00 to 15:30, 15:30 to 22:00, and 22:00 to 08:00 at night.
In Lancashire, our dedicated staff cares for more than 1,000 adults. It operates 16 care facilities and 13 day centres where the staff helps senior citizens, those with dementia, and their families. Recent recognition for our dedication came in the form of the national Customer Service Excellence Standard.
We provide all the instruction and assistance you require to realise your best potential. We’ll start by helping you with your induction. You will receive the Care Certificate as part of your thorough orientation programme. Additionally, we’ll pay for your instruction and provide chances for advancement!
The Lancashire County Council provides its employees with excellent benefits, competitive pay, and significant yearly leave.
We would want to hear from you if you want to encourage older people in living their lives as they see fit.
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For an informal discussion and more information about the position, get in touch with Jill Maun at email@example.com or 01772 539007.
To demonstrate how you meet the requirements for this post, please make sure you fill out the experience and education areas of the application. Without this proof, the panel might be unable to select you for an interview.
The Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exceptions) Order 1975 (as amended in 2013) applies to this position. If you are chosen, you must submit an application for a “disclosure” to the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS). More details are available under the ‘Our Recruitment Process’ tab.
We do have an immigration sponsor licence, so we can support international (Tier 2) sponsorship for jobs that are offered permanently for 37 hours and are classified as “Shortage Occupations” by the UK Government. Regrettably, if the position you are considering does not satisfy the requirements for a visa, your application will not be processed.
If we get enough applications, we reserve the right to close a position before the closing date.