Full time vacancies for Support Workers to look after the elderly population in their own homes in Mundesley.
This exciting new role looking after the elderly population in the sea side town of Mundesley. The befits of this role is that the care calls as a short distance between each other. Perfect for those looking for minimal travel in the community.
If you are looking for a company that will train and support you then Support Me At Home might be the place for you. We offer:
You will need to be 18 or over due to the nature of this post. Be able to work every other weekend, have a driving licence and access to a vehicle. We have a electric bike option also for non drivers perfect for this role as short distances between calls.
Please be aware if you are successful you must understand you are responsible to keep all vulnerable adults safe from harm.
This position will be subject to an enhanced DBS check including a check of the adult barred list. It is a criminal offence for people who are barred from working in a regulated activity to apply for roles that require them to work unsupervised with vulnerable adults.
Job Types: Full-time, Permanent
Salary: From £9.50 per hour
Support Me at Home are based in North Walsham, Norfolk and we deliver high quality care at home. We provide at-home care & support for all types of people in all types of situations and every arrangement is as unique as the individual for whom we provide it. Support Me at Home provides personally tailored care plans unique to each service user, giving exactly the right level of care and support for each individual. Our aim is to meet your individual needs and wishes, in keeping with the highest quality standards. In doing so, our focus is providing you with experienced, capable staff of the highest quality.
We also work alongside many other organisations to provide additional services like respite and daily sitting services. We are able to care for people who pay for their care themselves and for people who have directly commissioned care from Norfolk County Council & Continuing Healthcare (NHS).
Many events can happen in a person’s life and it may mean you or a loved one needs an extra pair of hands at home. We can respond quickly by providing an understanding and caring support worker.
For most people, staying independent and at home with support from carers is preferable to moving into residential care. Because we are so flexible, the type and frequency of visits are tailored to each individual, and those arrangements can be easily altered to meet changing needs.
Click here to see a full list of our services and the areas we cover in North Norfolk.