Location: Bristol & South Gloucestershire
Salary: £8.72 to £9.42 (depending on experience)
Payment for travel time also at same rate, plus weekend and bank holiday enhancements, travel expenses and company benefits
Hours: Full time and part time hours available
Wouldn’t you just love a job that brings buckets of satisfaction? To go home every night knowing that you put a smile on people’s faces just by being you?
If you are a caring ‘people-person’, and all this sounds right, then this is definitely the job for you!
Benefits of working as a Carer:
- Guaranteed contracted hours, regular runs with minimal gaps and travel between your clients’ homes.
- £100 cash back after completing 3 months’ continuous service
- Competitive rates of pay, plus £1 an hour enhancement for weekends and double time for bank holidays
- Equivalent to 30 days paid annual leave (inclusive of bank holidays), increasing to the equivalent of 33 after 5 years’ service (pro rata)
- Comprehensive and flexible induction provided
- Free DBS Check (Enhanced with Lists) & uniform provided
- Paid travel time as well as paid mileage at 38p (per mile)
- Cycle to Work Scheme
- Pension Scheme – Death In Service Cover Included
- Company Sick Pay – Linked to length of service
- Care First Employee Assistance Programme, which provides a range of free confidential services
What skills do you need?
- No experience required – we train you
- Ability to get on well with different people
- Kindness, care and honesty – able to treat people with dignity and respect
- Must have a driving licence and have access to a vehicle
What does the job involve?
- You will join our home care team that covers the South Gloucestershire area. Brunelcare has just been named as South Gloucestershire Council’s chosen provider for homecare for people living in: Hanham, Kingswood, Longwell Green, Cadbury Heath, Warmley, Wick, Downend, Emersons Green and Marshfield
- Ensuring your clients are happy, healthy and making the most of their lives every day
- Care duties, including assistance with washing, toileting, bed making, medication and preparing meals and drinks
- Enabling people to achieve as much independence as possible within their own home
- Full time or Part time (ranging from 12 – 35 hours per week; ‘earlies’ from 7am; late shifts up to 11pm and weekend shifts)