We are looking to recruit a waking night female care assistant to support a female with a Spinal Injury to remain independent in her own home. Our client lives in a purpose built property in the beautiful surroundings of the Foxton area of Leicestershire.
The client is female and wishes for female only applicants due to her personal care requirements.
The role is to support the client in her own home. You will be required to undertake duties such as assisting with personal care, Medication administration, food preparation, moving & handling, domestic tasks. You will be also be required to undertake full cleaning tasks of the home, changing bed, and cooking for the client. You are also required to care for her 2 dogs by administering their meds, bathing, walking etc.
The post may also require you to accompany the client on holiday if requested.
They are looking for: Female applicants only. Applicants must have a Full Clean Driving Licence to facilitate the use of the clients own mobility vehicle. Must have own transport due to rural location of clients home. 2 years care experience essential; experience of supporting clients with Spinal Injury is desirable. You must be willing to undertake full cleaning of the home and taking care of the client’s 2 dogs.
Our client does have a number of very friendly dogs that are a big part of her day to day life so the successful team must be confident around dogs.
Hours: Minimum of 22 hours per week
Waking night hours 8am to 7am
Applicants must be flexible to meet the needs of the client. Some times and days may vary to meet the clients requirements. Applicants will need to be available to cover other workers for annual leave and other absences.
Rate of Pay:
£11.00 per hour Monday to Sunday 8am to 11pm
Other benefits are enhanced bank holiday rates, company pension facilitates, enhanced welfare schemes, access to Child Care Vouchers, Full training and opportunities to undertake Diploma qualifications.
An enhanced disclosure is required (expense to be met by employer)
The above post is exempt under the Equality Act 2010, Schedule 9, and Part 1