Support Worker

  • Location:

    Moray, Scotland

  • Sector:

    Health & Social Care

  • Job type:

    Immediate Start

  • Salary:

    £9.00 - £16.00 per hour + Free PVG & uniform

  • Contact:

    Emma Linton

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  • Published:

    about 1 month ago

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We're on the lookout for more of our countries heroes, the front line key workers dedicated and committed to helping the fight against COVID-19. The vital care that a Support Worker provides for others makes it an enormously rewarding role. If you have at least six months' experience working as a Support Worker, care coordinator or care worker in the UK, this flexible Moray-based role paying £9 to £16 per hour could be for you.

COVID-19 has put extra pressure on all nursing services primarily in the NHS, so your help and support filling these currently open Support Worker vacancies are much appreciated.

The Support Worker role:

In a flexible working arrangement that pays up to £16 per hour, you'll carry out all aspects of personal care, including assisting with feeding, bathing, washing and dressing and carrying out health checks.

Based in Moray, you'll be responsible for teaching daily living skills, such as budgeting, shopping and claiming benefits. You'll be experienced at providing leisure and creative activities in a safe and supportive setting.

Among your nursing duties, you'll be required to:

  • Go out in the community with the service user to their local clubs or social activities (cinema, bowling and eating out, etc.).
  • Keep records and charts (on feeding, exercise, etc.).
  • Follow care plans and write reports.
  • Get to know clients and their interests and needs.

If you're devoted to caring for others, are experienced working in community services and care jobs and are looking for your next rewarding challenge, please contact us today to find out more about this Support Worker role and apply.

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