Care Assistant.

Service: The Grange

Location: Poole

Rate Of Pay: 9.20

Closing Date: 04 November 2021

Care Assistant.

Do you want to work with our very own Olympic Gold Medalist?

At Valorum Care Group we have one goal – to make “a better way for better lives”

Valorum Care Group is a leading Nationwide care provider who is passionate about providing quality care to all of the people we support.  Our core services are supported living, residential care and nursing services for learning disability, mental health and physical disability

 

Service Overview

We specialise in supporting 30 people who have varying needs as a result of physical & long term neurological conditions including cancer care, cerebral palsy, down syndrome, epilepsy, brain injury, Huntington’s disease, motor neurone disease, multiple sclerosis, muscular dystrophy, Parkinson’s disease, spina bifida & hydrocephalus and stroke.

What is great about the company?

We offer a supportive environment with a real focus on the wellbeing of our employees as well as offering numerous training and development opportunities.  Some of our benefits include:

Wellbeing support                                                     Enhanced pension

Flexible working hours                                              Free DBS

Free uniform                                                            Refer a friend bonus

Excellent, fully funded training                                Career progression

Confidential employee advice line                                 On-site parking       

Double Pay (Xmas/Boxing & New Years Day)

 

 

What is the role?

Support Worker – Poole - £9.20 per hour.

FTE £17,940 per annum.

Day Shifts.

No Experience Needed - guaranteed on the job training!

  • Support the people we support to live their lives to the fullest
  • Using the training provided, aid the people we support through all aspect of life including mealtimes, bathing and day to day activities.
  • By getting to know the people we support you will be able to help write their care plans and understand when risk assessments may be needed.
  • Be there to assist the people we support in daily activities, social interactions, and outings either in a group setting or on a 121 basis.
  • Assist the people we support with their health needs as required, which may include administering medication and attending medical appointments.
  • Keep daily paperwork up to date to ensure we have captured everything that has happened in the day
  • You will work positively with colleagues, families, and external organisations to assist with supporting our residents.
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