Senior Care Assistant - Days & Nights
Eastleigh, Hampshire, England
- £ 10.50 - 11.50 Per hour
- Full time
- Job level
- Qualified (non-manager)
- 26 Mar 2020
- 23 Apr 2020
Senior Care Assistants needed in Otterbourne
£10.50-11.50 per hour!
Ref No. PK42061
A fantastic small residential care home in Otterbourne is currently looking for Senior Care Assistants to join their dedicated team. This is lovely 20 bedded home that specialises in elderly and dementia care. They are a part of a small, family-run care company with multiple homes in Hampshire and a focus on person-centred care.
The home is located in Otterbourne, between Eastleigh and Winchester, and is easily accessible by both road and public transport with good links from Southampton.
Our client strives to deliver the highest standards of care within their residential home and are seeking a strong Senior Care Assistant with previous care experience to join their dedicated care team.
Please see the below details on this unmissable vacancy:
Job Role - Senior Care Assistant (Days & Nights)
Hours - Full Time (36-48 hours per week, alternate weekends)
Shifts - 8am-2pm, 2pm-8pm, 8pm-8am
Service - Residential
Rate of Pay- £10.50-11.50 per hour
Senior Care Assistant Duties:
To Supervise and participate in the delivery of care to residents
To lead on the responsibility of residents individual care plans to ensure a person centres approach
To provide leadership and support to the care assistants
Responsible for the administration of medication
Liaise directly with families and friends offering them professional and emotional support
Maintain residents dignity and independence at all times
As a senior care assistant you will be expected to lead by example at all times and provide strong leadership skills to the rest of the care assistants. You should have a strong work ethic and embody your care homes attitude towards delivering the highest standards of care.
Previous experience within a nursing/residential home
Previous experience as a HCA or SHCA
NVQ Level 2/3 in Health and Social Care
Willingness to gain medication certificate if not already received