Search Nursing and Social Care is seeking experienced Support Workers to work on an agency basis, providing the highest quality of care and support in Aberdeen and the surrounding areas.
Earning £8.75 to £16 per hour, successful candidates will be experienced in healthcare, having worked in the NHS or as a care assistant. You'll be required to support a variety of individuals, including adults with physical or learning disabilities, mental health issues, addiction issues or other emotional or social needs.
As a Support Worker earning £8.75 to £16 per hour, some of your duties will be:
- Carrying out aspects of personal care, assisting with feeding, bathing, washing and dressing.
- Carry out health checks, following care plans, writing reports and record-keeping (feeding, activity, etc.).
- Teaching daily living skills, such as budgeting, shopping and claiming benefits.
- Providing leisure and creative activities in a safe and supportive setting.
As an experienced Support Worker based in Aberdeen and surrounding areas, you'll be passionate about your role and dedicated to getting to know your clients and responding to their interests and needs. Search Nursing and Social Care provide excellent free training which will allow you to fulfil your professional potential. We also offer a free uniform and PVG, excellent pay rates and holiday pay and the opportunity to work for different, well-established clients in the industry.
Please apply for the Care role if you have the following:
- Six months' paid experience as a Support Worker or care assistant.
- Skills in communicating with tact and sensitivity.
- The ability to remain calm under pressure and cope with challenging behaviour.
It takes an extraordinary and dedicated person to be a Support Worker. It is physically and emotionally demanding, but the job satisfaction makes the job worthwhile. Please get in touch today to discuss this great opportunity further.
Search is an equal opportunities recruiter and we welcome applications from all suitably skilled or qualified applicants, regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/beliefs, sexual orientation or age.