Community Care - Healthcare Assistants
Our expert recruiters at Routes Healthcare Blackpool are recruiting Healthcare support workers to work days and nights delivering care and support in a clients own home. Successful candidates will have a minimum of 6 months experience with evidence of relevant professional qualifications along with proof of practical assessments such as supporting with daily living tasks, nutrition, continence care and social interaction.
Routes Healthcare Vacancy
Domiciliary Care/Home Care - HCA Job in Blackpool
Our expert recruiters at Routes Healthcare Blackpool are recruiting Healthcare support workers to work days and evenings, delivering care to clients in their own home at different time slots throughout the day and evening. Successful candidates will have a minimum of 6 months experience with evidence of relevant professional qualifications along with proof of practical assessments such as supporting with daily living tasks, nutrition, continence care and social interaction.
Routes Healthcare Vacancies
Routes Healthcare Support Workers Required
Routes Healthcare are currently recruiting for Support Workers to work a variety of shifts to suit around you & your personal life, in the Crewe area. We offer ad-hoc shifts, so you tell us your availability & it’s our job to find you suitable work.
You will have previous experience working as a Support Worker, supporting clients on the autistic spectrum, Learning Disabilities & Physical Disabilities - with daily tasks, promoting independence, working from individuals personalised support plan. You will assist clients with their personal care and feeding - ensuring clients maintain a nutritional diet. You support clients with daily activities, accessing the community - this ensures that client’s minds are stimulated on a daily basis.
- 24hour on call support,365 days a year
- Assistance with professional portfolio
- Offices across the North West England
- Support from expert consultants based in local offices
- Regulated by Ofsted, CQC and Local authority
If this opportunity is for you please contact our dedicated team on:
0161 359 3342 or send your CV to email@example.com
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Its report said there was a wide variation in the way complaints were handled across the NHS, primary care and adult social care services in England.
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