Care Assistant

Treelands Care Home
12 Oct 2018
15 Oct 2018
Contract Type
Full Time

Care Assistant - Day Shift
(Full time day shift hours per week + £1.00 per hour enhancement for
hours covered over contracted)
If you enjoy helping people and want to make a difference to their
lives, this job could be just what you are looking for.
Right now, we are actively hiring for professional and experienced
Care Assistant to cover full time day shift hours.
Applications are also welcomed from those keen to cover part time
shift hours per week.
Situated in Oldham This purpose built 80-bed care home offers
residential and nursing care for the frail, elderly and mentally
infirm, in addition to respite and convalescent care. We care for
people those with Dementia, Mental Health Condition, Old Age, Physical
Disability, Sensory Impairment, and Younger Adults.

In collaboration with Home Manager / Nurse you will be required to
assist in the provision of care and work as part of a team to achieve
required standards. To ensure Clients retain their dignity and
individuality. To be involved in the general activities of the Care
Centre / Unit.

Responsibilities and Duties

Ensure that the needs of residents are met in a patient and caring manner.
Help residents who need assistance with dressing, personal hygiene
and toileting when required, respecting residents’ rights to
exercise choice in all areas of their life.
Assist residents with mobility problems and other physical
disabilities to move freely within the Home.
Contribute to information used in care plans with residents and
their families/significant others and implement care as agreed,
respecting the resident’s right to exercise choice.
Provide a high standard of care and service at all times.Help in
the promotion of mental and physical activity for residents through
talking to them, listening to them, escorting on outings, and
working with the resident to enable them to pursue hobbies and
interests both in and outside the Home.
Report to the Senior Care Assistant /Manager on duty changes in
residents’ condition or any concerns you might have.
Ensure that all written reports are accurate and legible.
Take part in staff meetings and training activities as required.
Answer emergency bells and if necessary call senior member of
staff on duty; answer the main door bell and greet visitors with
politeness and warmth.
Understand and put into practice any required health and safety at
work initiatives.In the event of fire or other emergency, carry out
the appropriate drill on the instructions of the senior member of
staff on duty.
Undertake any additional duties as required at the request of the
Senior Care Assistant/ Deputy in charge.

Qualifications and Skills

NVQ in Health and Social Care
Satisfactory CRB / DBS checks
Experience / Qualification in care for relevant client category
(Elderly Care)


Competitive rates of pay (£7.83 to £7.98 hourly)
+ £1.00 per hour enhancement for hours covered over contracted
Auto Enrolment Pension Scheme
Excellent training and support
Established, Reputable, Forward Thinking Employer

If you are a proactive, professionally presented healthcare
professional & want to be part of a growing organization, this
could be your next long term role.
Let us know about your willingness. Send your CV today by clicking on
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