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As a Care Assistant, you will provide a Care to service users living independently in their own homes, that is flexible and responsive to their needs. This can include assisting them with daily living tasks, personal care and hygiene, light meal preparation and domestic tasks and medication.

The Candidate

You will need a mature outlook and have a friendly and caring nature.
Experience in care or a desire to be trained in care.
Full driving License and own car is essential
Available to work alternate weekends

Salary and benefits

Mileage Allowance for Cars & Bikes
Full or Part time hours available
Nest Pension
Free uniform and PPE
Promotional Prospects – We promote within – excellent Career Progression
Fully structured support for all new starters available
Full Out of Hours support
Full Training, working towards Care Certificate, Dementia, End of life and other training courses.
In-depth online & Office based training
Paid Shadowing in the field
You get paid by BACS every 4 weeks
Refer a friend payment (Unlimited Payments ) Subject to conditions
We will pay for mandatory refresher training

Shifts

6am – 2pm

2pm – 10pm

Including every other Weekend

All successful applicants will be subject to a DBS check and references.

Radis Community Care is an Equal Opportunities Employer that welcomes applicants from all sections of the community.

Radis Community Care is a well-established and successful Family run care company which has been delivering care and support across England & Wales to over 50 branches and extra care schemes since 2001.

We have an exciting opportunity for individuals who are enthusiastic in wishing to work with adults over the age of 18, who may have a physical disability, chronic illness, learning disability or mental health condition. Our Care and Support Teams have full time positions available across Rhondda Cynon Taf in the following teams:

West 1 Care and Support Team – managed by Julie Parry

East 1 Care and Support Team – managed by Karl Thomas

East 2 Care and Support Team – managed by Helen Hopkins

The successful candidates will need to have good verbal and written skills and have basic computer knowledge. You will need to be organised, self-motivated and able to prioritise competing job demands as well as being creative and have a strong belief in empowering adults towards independence.

This role will involve active intervention on complex cases. You will need to work with individuals and families through change. The work has an emphasis on multi-agency working and you will work closely with colleagues from differing professions such as health, the police and housing. You will be expected to understand and work within Safeguarding policies and the Mental Capacity Act 2005. An understanding of Continuing Health Care and Care and Treatment planning under the Mental Health Measure (Wales) 2010 would be helpful. We work to a preventative, strength based model under the principles of the Social Services and Wellbeing Act 2014.

This is an open-ended position required for 37 hours per week

As an AMHP / Social Worker in this multi-disciplinary team you would be expected to take part in the daytime rota of cover for Mental Health Act assessment work. You would carry a varied caseload working with service users mostly within secondary services using the Care and Treatment Plan (CTP) model under the Mental Health Act, Mental Capacity Act, Social Services and Wellbeing Act and other relevant legislation.

37.5 hrs per week over 7 days
£34,036 to £36,109k pa (inclusive of shift, weekend and bank holiday working)
Reporting into the Residential Services Manager, this role will provide clinical and operational leadership and provide oversight to a team of Nurses and Recovery Workers. It will include overseeing the support and treatment of adults with drug and alcohol issues and implementing therapeutic interventions and group work.

Radis Group have an exciting opportunity for a Care Worker to join our team based in Caerphilly

About Radis

Radis Group is a well-established and successful family run care company which has been delivering high quality care and support in excess of 30 Local Authorities in England and Wales.

The role of Radis is to provide outcome focused, re-enabling care for a range of Service Users including the elderly and for people with physical and/or learning disabilities. The care provided is client-centred and ranges from brief daily visits to 24-hour live-in care and can either be short or long-term.

About the role

As a Community Care Worker, you will provide a Care to service users living independently in their own homes, that is flexible and responsive to their needs. This can include assisting them with daily living tasks, personal care and hygiene, light meal preparation and domestic tasks and medication.

Benefits for the Role

Mileage Allowance for Cars & Bikes
Full or Part time hours available
Nest Pension
Free uniform and PPE
Excellent career progression
Fully structured support for all new starters available
Full Out of Hours support
full training, working towards Care Certificate, Dementia, End of life and other training courses.
In-depth online & Office based training
Paid Shadowing in the field
You get paid by BACS every 4 weeks
Refer a friend payment (Unlimited Payments ) Subject to conditions
We will pay for mandatory refresher training

Radis Community Care is an Equal Opportunities Employer that welcomes applicants from all sections of the community.

Rhondda Cynon Taf is pleased to offer an opportunity for Social Workers within our Children’s Services Department.

All our practitioners have the chance to influence the development of our work and are supported by a strong, experienced management team both at Strategic and Operational levels

We recognise that social work is professionally and personally challenging and demands considerable levels of skill, commitment, and enthusiasm. We offer a dedicated in house Learning and Development Centre which actively supports practitioners at each level to maintain their skills and Continuous Professional Development.

We are committed to achieve the aspirations of the Social Work career pathway in Wales and have for some time established a small number of Consultant Social Worker posts in Children’s Services.

Our Children’s Services Department has benefitted from comprehensive and significant investment in recent years, and we have responded to this by strengthening preventative services which aims to add capacity to the front line.

Do you have the enthusiasm, desire and personal qualities to provide individual support and care for adults? Your ability to help others help themselves will shine through!

Employment in Anheddau starts with a two week fully paid induction programme at Anheddau Academy which leads to becoming a registered social care worker and the first steps on your journey to completing your HSCIF and QCF with our accredited City and Guilds Approved Centre.

You will be fully equipped to start supporting our individuals to realise their outcomes.

All contracts are permanent and can range from 60 hours to 160 hours a month, not including sleep in time.Your earning potential on a 160 hour per month contract, with sleep in allowances is in the region of £19,000! All contracts include an occupational sick pay scheme and the opportunity to work paid overtime. Your DBS will be paid for and annual training updates paid.

Post Ref: HRA16043/7769

Community Wellbeing Team Support Workers Hospital to Home

30 hours per week on a rota basis, any 5 days out of 7.  Pattern of hours will be between the 7 am and 11 pm
Salary: £15,658 – £16,948 per annum

Community Wellbeing Team, Hospital to Home.

 

The Community Wellbeing Team is a multidisciplinary integrated service that works closely with the ABMU.  The team provides a Reablement service as well as short and long term Care to residents within NPT Borough.

 

All applicants need to be able to work as an effective team member of a multi-disciplinary, multi-agency team in co-ordinating the above.  To work as a member of the team helping to deliver a short/long term programme of care/therapy to clients who have become unwell or lost their skills and confidence for living independently. To provide a high standard of personal care and support to people within their own home. To take direction from supervisors/therapists to implement planned programmes of therapy/care from support plans. Ensure the delivery of a high quality service in line with Registration and Inspections Social Care (Wales) Act 2016, statutory duties, policies, and procedures.

 

To undertake this challenging role, applicants must have experience of working with individuals in need of care or support in a health and social care setting, must have an understanding of supporting people living with dementia, Successful applicants must register as a Domiciliary Care Worker with Social Care Wales. (Registration and Inspection of Social Care (Wales) Act 2016.)

 

You must have QCF qualification Level 2 in Care or be willing to work towards the qualification within a specified period of time, hold a full valid driving licence and have access to a vehicle insured for Class 1 business use.  It is essential that the applicant can travel extensively within the NPT authority.

 

Neath Port Talbot Council is totally committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.  Our employees are equally committed to ensuring the safety and protection of all vulnerable adults and will take action to safeguard their wellbeing.

 

The recruitment process for this post will be underpinned by rigorous safer recruitment assessment to ensure that children and young people are protected.

 

This post is subject to a Disclosure and Barring Service Enhanced Disclosure (Adults).

 

 

For an informal discussion, please contact Gemma Pascoe, CWT Team Manager, via email g.pascoe@npt.gov.uk or Eirlys Ryan, CWT Deputy Team Manager, via email m.e.ryan@npt.gov.uk, or telephone 01639 765301/685303.

 

You may apply online, download an application pack or contact the HR Recruitment Team by e-mail at jobs@npt.gov.uk or by telephone (01639) 686837 quoting the post title and reference number.

Would you like a salaried position in the care sector?

Based from our Cwmbran Branch, the main responsibilities of the role include:

To schedule and allocate work to a team of Care Workers on a daily/weekly basis
To provide supervision, support and mentoring to Care Workers and Field Supervisors.
To liaise with Social Services and all other social and health care professionals involved in the care of Service Users
To participate in the out of hours ‘on-call’ service
To perform the duties of a Care Worker where required
To take part in the recruitment and selection of staff
To participate in Service User review meetings as required

Essential Attributes:

Experience of providing care and support services for vulnerable adults
Level 2 in Health and Social Care ideally working towards Level 3.
Rostering experience desirable
Committed to setting and maintaining high standards in every area of work
Calm, confident, motivated and flexible
Full driving licence and own vehicle is essential

Salary & Benefits

4 weeks holiday plus statutory days
Nest Pension
Salaried position
Ongoing training and support
Progression Opportunities

Radis Community Care is a well-established and successful family run care company which has been delivering high quality care and support across England and Wales from over 40 Branches and Extra Care Homes since 2001.

Radis is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all sections of the community

The Service is divided into two areas, East and West. The East office is based in Ty Trevithick, Abercynon and the West office is based in Tonypandy, Rhondda.

We expect our practitioners to have a sound understanding of the practice implications of the Children Act, the Social Services and Wellbeing Act and other relevant legislation, be up to date with emerging issues and have experience of or an interest in working within childcare. Committed to anti-oppressive practice, successful candidates will bring strong assessment, communication, and planning skills.

Those starting a Social Work career will also be supported to attend out First Year in Practice peer support programme which aims to bridge the gap between qualifying and consolidating practice.

We will look to you to manage a defined caseload while building and maintaining links with partner agencies. You must possess a professional recognised Social Work qualification and be expected to be registered as a ‘Social Worker’ with Social Care Wales on appointment.

We are looking for people who have a compassionate and caring nature. Duties can include Personal care, Medication support, Nutrition support, Light house work, Shopping, Pet care

Are you the type of person who enjoys helping others and making a difference to someone’s life? If you do then a career in care could be for you!

We are currently seeking Community Care Key Workers throughout Caerphilly, Monmouthshire, Merthyr Tydfil and surrounding areas (Blackwood, Risca, Wattsville, Caerphilly, Monmouth, Abergavenny, Usk, Raglan, Merthyr Tydfil) to help provide care and support to elderly and vulnerable adults, within their own homes. Our quality care and support services place the individual at the centre of all we do, if you feel you can make a real difference please apply today!

About the role:
We have a variety of hours available to suit your lifestyle (days, evenings, and weekends). Depending on individuals’ availability, we can offer contractual hours up to 25 per week with the option of extra bank hours.
Hours available between 7.00am to 3.00pm and 3.00pm to 11.00pm, to be allocated maximum contractual hours you will need to cover every other weekend or 1 day each weekend.
You will make calls to service users throughout your shift and must be prepared to travel within the service catchment area.

Duties include:
• Prompting/Support with personal care and dressing (which could include assistance with intimate personal care).
• Support with light household duties, including laundry, shopping and cleaning, meal preparation.
• Assisting with medication – this could be collecting prescriptions, prompting, or administering medication.
• Accompanying to medical appointments if needed.
• General companionship.

About you:
Strong interpersonal and working relationship skills.
A positive and caring person, who is confident and able to deliver individualised care and support.
Good understanding of assisting those who have mobility or continence needs using the appropriate aids and equipment.

What we offer:
• Refer a Friend Scheme.
• Flexible Working.
• Free Training & QCF Qualifications.
• Paid induction training with ongoing development.
• Enhanced Bank Holiday rates.
• Salary: £9.00 per hour / £9.50 on weekends.

Do I need previous experience?
• We do not ask for any formal qualifications or experience of working in care before, although having previous experience in a similar role would be desirable.

• This role requires working with vulnerable individuals as well as delivering personal care and support. Your employment will therefore be subject to appropriate pre-employment checks including references and an Enhanced Disclosure & Baring Service Check.

• A full driving licence and access to your own vehicle with ‘business use’ car insurance is essential to undertake this role.