SUPPORT WORKER - MENTAL HEALTH

Recruiter
FRCE Recruitment Group
Location
Basildon
Salary
£8.50 - £10.00/hour
Posted
17 Jun 2017
Closes
17 Jul 2017
Sector
Public Sector
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
SUPPORT WORKER - BASILDON PERM POSITION
*** Supporting and providing care to adult, elderly clients - Residential,Nursing home and supported living settings
*** Paying up to £22,000 - Immediate start
*** Full time
*** Great opportunity for those who want to progress in the social care field

Do you have experience supporting elderly clients? Have experience working within the Mental Health Client Group?

Have experience working in residential/nursing/ supported living settings?

Want to expand your career in the Mental Health client group?

If you have answered yes and are available for work asap then we want to hear from you!

The role - Care Assistant

A large and growing organisation with in the social care field are looking to appoint Health care assistants to support elderly clients as well as providing them with personal care. Your main priority will be to ensure the safety of your clients and to promote independence. As a support worker will be expected to deliver outstanding self centered care to all clients within the service.

Additional information:

-You will need to have at least 1 years experience in care (ideally mental health)
-You will need a full UK drivers license
-You will need a DBS ( preferably registered online)
-You will need or be willing to do mandatory training
-Able to work shifts - days, long days, sleep ins (preferably available full time)

How to apply:

If you would like to apply for the role as a support worker then please send your applications to (url removed) or call on (Apply online only) and ask for Sanya.

The FRCE Recruitment Group is committed to equality and value diversity. We welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation or age. We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults