£8.50 - £9.5 per hour
14 days ago
Vetro Recruitment are currently recruiting for Support Workers to join a nationwide organisation, that are offering Supported Living care and support to Adults with learning and physical disabilities, in the Flintshire area.
The supported living service consists of offering care and support to people within the comfort of their own homes.
You will be responsible for personal care, helping with medication, taking to appointments, moving and handling and taking the Adults out into the community to do different activities.
Shift patterns can be flexible, dependant on the need of the service, however, typically, you would work from 10am-10pm, followed by a sleep in, from 10pm-10am.
Pay for the role is £8.50 per hour, plus £58.75 per sleeps.
To be considered you will need to
- Experience not required, as full paid training is offered.
- Have a full driving licence, with access to your own vehicle
- Flexibility with shifts, to suit the demand of the service.
If this position sounds of interest, please click "Apply". One of the Vetro team will be in touch to talk about the role in more detail and your experience.
At Vetro Care, we have over 100 years' combined recruitment experience helping people plan their career path, navigate the job market and find their ideal role. We are REC GOLD accredited and CIW registered and pride ourselves on the service we offer our clients and candidates. We will work alongside you at all stages of the job application process and help you identify, apply for and secure your ideal role.
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