Job Title: Support Worker Condition: Complex Care Hours: Day Shifts Pay Rates: £8.00 – £9.00 per hour Location: Southampton
PULSE Community Healthcare is looking for a team of Support Workers to work with our client with complex health conditions.
As a Support Worker you would enjoy spending your full shift with one client in their own home with the opportunity to build a 1:1 relationship with your client.
These are extremely rewarding care opportunities to make an extremely positive difference to someone’s life. Full training will be provided to Healthcare Support Workers from our Community Nurses.
Duties will include:
· Support with all social related activities and accessing the community. · Support to live independently within the community. · Specialist support may include taking and recording observations, catheter care, managing spinal related issues and supporting passive movements and exercises. · All aspects of personal care. · Support with mobility. · Assisting with medication. · Support with all health related issues. · Providing pressure relief if required and helping support their skin integrity.
· You must have previous UK based experience within the health and social care sector. · You must be able to provide care references. · You must pass CRB checks and commit to mandatory and specialist training.
All levels of care experience is considered and we are looking for professional, dedicated and career focused care professionals for our teams.
In return we offer you good rates of weekly pay, holiday pay, long shifts in one place, ongoing training and opportunities for career development, regular supervision and appraisals, PULSE Privilege benefits and a dedicated care team to support you in your care package.
PULSE Community Healthcare is a market leader and is listed within the Sunday Times top 100 companies to work for.
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