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Domiciliary Care Assistants (Farnham / Surrey)

  • Pay Type: Hourly
  • Pay Rate: £13.68 (without an NVQ) / £14.38 (with an NVQ 2/3)

Domiciliary Care Assistants needed to become part of our small, established team working in and around the Farnham, Surrey area.

We are a not-for-profit home care service where the personal touch is the most important thing.

About you: Care experience is preferred, not essential, but you are required to have a UK driving licence and your own vehicle.

Competitive pay rates: For those without an NVQ, hourly pay is £13.68 on week days and £15.13 at weekends (bank holiday rate £20.44). If you have an NVQ 2/3 in Health and Social Care, our hourly pay range is £14.38 per hour week days up to £15.88 at weekends (bank holiday rate £21.57).

Work hours that suit you. We do require staff to be able to commit to working a few hours on alternate weekends.

Other benefits:
• Paid travel time between care visits
• Paid mileage at 45p per mile
• Mentoring scheme to ease you into your role
• Paid holiday (pro rata)
• Paid ongoing training and development
• Pension scheme
• Fantastic career progression within our charity
• Support from our professional management team
• Referral scheme
• Free PPE
• Free DBS
• Free uniform
• Eligibility for a Blue Light Card which offers discounts on a wide range of products and services

The Role
You will be visiting elderly people in their own homes to ensure that receive high standards of care and support, promoting their independence, choice, rights and quality of life. You will be providing:
· companionship
· accompaniment when going out of the house
· personal care eg, support to wash and get dressed
· meals and nutritional support eg food preparation and serving
· medication support
Our carers must act at all times in a manner which promotes the interests of the Society, its’ staff and Service Users.

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