Care Assistant

Type: Permanent

Date Posted: 27-Feb-23

Closing Date: 29-Mar-23

Location: LA13 0AA

Salary: £12.5 to £13.5 per hour

Care Assistant

Want to be a Care Assistant but don’t have any experience? We can help! All you need is good people skills and a big heart; we can teach the rest!Alcedo Care gives you the following:- Excellent rates of pay from £12.50 per hour- Weekly pay, every Friday- Pension + Holiday Pay + 30p per mile- Contracted hours after your 3-month probation- Blue Light Card, offering hundreds of discounts after 6 months service with Alcedo Care- Weekly Covid Testing- Full PPE provided- Referral bonuses for you and any friends you refer to us, that we employ- Free mental wellbeing support available 24/7- Fantastic training program including online/practical trainingAlcedo Care South Lakes are recruiting for Healthcare Assistants, Care Assistants, Support Workers, Personal Assistants, Homecare Workers, Home Carer and Community Carers, in the Barrow-in-Furness area.Supporting adults living at home rather than residential care homes and helping with the care of the NHS across the area. We offer you a career with options of completing an NVQ and options to progress within in the company on a part time or full-time basis. This can be via car/bicycle/walking. We let you choose what days you wish to work as we understand work life balance is important. We find this keeps our staff positive, motivated but most importantly, happy! We can also work around other jobs, childcare and education. We are currently holding weekly interviews and using a fast-track DBS service, which can speed up your recruitment process!

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