We take pride in delivering the highest quality of care within our communities. We deliver care in the comfort of our customers own homes enabling them to remain as independent as possible and as an alternative to residential care.
We are looking for Waking Night Carers to join our team on a Bank Hours basis working 10pm to 7am.
As a Waking Nights Carer you will be expected to provide support throughout the night including assistance with toileting, administering medication, adjusting oxygen masks where relevant, calming the customer down should they wake with uncertainty or anxiety and assisting with food and drinks as necessary.
Waking Night Carer Benefits & Rewards:
It is advantageous to have previous experience in Care, however, this is not essential as full training and ongoing are provided. Driving not essential but if you do have a full driving licence and access to a car there will be further opportunities to pick up extra hours working out and about across the community if desired.
Interested? Please apply today with your CV and we will be in touch shortly.
Job Types: Full-time, Part-time, Contract, Permanent
Pay: £95.00-£142.50 per day
Bluebird Care Mendip is an 'Outstanding' rated home care provider by CQC (August 2019). They provide care to the towns and villages of Mendip namely, Frome, Shepton Mallet, Wells, Street and Glastonbury. As an ‘Outstanding’ care provider their staff are passionate and committed to ensuring their customers live a healthy and independent lifestyle in the comfort of their own home.
Their home care services cover Live-In care and home visits. They support customers with personal care such as help with washing, dressing and getting in and out of bed, as well as household work, help getting to appointments and companionship.
Their staff are exceptionally well trained and endeavour to provide care to their customers as they would want for their own families.
Customer's care plans and personalised and tailored to meet their needs and wishes and contain detailed risk assessments. These include the actions care staff should take to promote people's safety, independence, dignity and ensure their needs and wishes are met and respected.