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Community Care Assistants
Community Care Assistants are required to provide personal and practical support to enable service users to remain independent in their own homes.
- To provide
personal care and practical support to service users in their own homes, whilst
observing safe working practices and ensuring the privacy, personal choice and
dignity of the service user.
- To act as a link between the service user and
Care Provider and report to the Registered Care Manager or Deputy manager any
deterioration or improvement in the service users’ circumstances and any
general problems that may arise.
- To promote and adhere
to the Employer's care values of Caring, Supporting, Empowering and Inspiring in
everything that you do.
- Assistance with personal care.
- Assistance with the monitoring and supervision
of medication, in line with the
with handling the service user’s money in respect of payment of bills and
with light general
housework, including laundering of clothes and bedding.
with pet care (if stated in the service users care plan)
attendance of staff meetings to inspire and support members of the team.
- To carry out
accurate and relevant administration with regards to time sheets and
- To attend
training sessions and regular team meetings, empowering our staff to self-develop.
- To wear the
uniform and identity badge at all times when on duty.
- Keep all information
about clients and their families secure and confidential in accordance with
with the cooking of light meals, preparing snacks and basic food hygiene, empowering
and supporting service users to get involved as much as possible.
It is your duty as a care assistant to provide care and support in the
least intrusive way possible.
Carers must carry out their job
with the assistance of the service user not for the service user. This is an
essential part of encouraging independence, motivation and empowerment.
Carers must at all times adhere to the confidentiality
A caring individual who is
passionate about providing outstanding care, supporting and empowering
- Ability to communicate verbally in an effective
and accurate way to obtain and give required information in order to support
the members of the care team and the client.
- Ability to manage time·
- Ability to think and work methodically but in a
- Ability to organise workload and balance
priorities whilst offering support to your team.
- Ability to work on own initiative·
- Ability to be
self-motivated and work without supervision, inspiring others around you to do the same.
- Ability to deal with confidential information.
- Polite and professional demeanour.
- Reliable and flexible
support this role include:
commitment, maintaining professional boundaries and good communication skills.
**Salary:**Minimum wage. Travel time and Waiting time paid at minimum wage.
**Experience:**Care experience is desirable, but not essential as full training will be provided.
**To apply:**If you are unemployed, please send CV's to firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone Maria on 07815 465 609.
Contract Type: Permanent
Hours of Work: FullOrPartTime
Expiration Date: 28/02/2023