Care Assistant

Type: Permanent

Date Posted: 26-Feb-23

Closing Date: 28-Mar-23

Location: RG2

Salary: £11 to £11.3 per hour

Care Assistant

Are you looking for a flexible role where you can support people in your community everyday? Well we are recruiting in our Reading Community Care team. Why Visiting Care? Since the pandemic, more and more clients are wanting to stay at home, where they can still see their families and remain as part of the communities, they grew up in. At Radis we work differently to most local providers, that is why we ensure that our offering is Rewarding, Flexible and Fair! By…
• Paying for travel time in between each care visit
• Paying enhanced rates for NVQ’s
• Introducing a temporary increase in mileage
• Offering Flexible hours
• Ensuring you have the same clients on a daily basis
• Hourly payrate of £11.00 -£11.30 per hour

The Role of a Care AssistantAs a Care Worker you will be working with clients to live independently within their own home and local community by
• Supporting with personal care tasks including washing, dressing etc.
• Supporting with medication administration
• Supporting with meal preparation
• Supporting with accessing the local community e.g., Shopping, activities, trips
• Supporting with day-to-day household duties
• Supporting with any other day routines our clients have

Hours & Requirements
Typically calls are scheduled in 2 time slots Morning & Lunches / Teas & Beds (We can support flexibility with working hours, speak to our recruitment team to find out more)
Have full entitlement to work in the UK
Have access to a car, motorcycle or moped so you can travel in between clients

How to apply?
• Apply now through this job board
• Email us on
• Call us on 0300 100 8181 ask for Harry Knight

Radis Community Care is an Equal Opportunities Employer that welcomes applicants from all sections of the community. INDCa

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