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Home Carer (Casual)

16,071 P.A. ?
Blackpool Council


Contract type: Casual

Hours: As and when required

Salary: NJC Grade E SCP 12 £11.50 per hour

An exciting opportunity has a arisen for us to expand our existing workforce. We are looking for dedicated care staff who want to make a difference. This is an exciting opportunity to join our team on either a casual or temporary contract working in a fantastic, well established and motivated team.
We are looking for highly motivated, dynamic people with a wide range of skills who are reliable and hardworking who can work as part of a team and are able to adapt to change in a fast moving, innovative and customer focused service.

Your role will be to help vulnerable people maintain and regain their independence and remain in their own home with an improved quality of life.

The successful candidates will be working on a rota, including weekends, bank holidays and shift working.

This is an excellent opportunity for the right people to work in a modern, caring, fulfilling service, in return we offer excellent staff support systems, training and development. Although previous experience could be an advantage, it is not essential.
If you feel that you have the knowledge, skills and abilities to make a difference then we look forward to hear from you.

A full driving license and use of a car is required.

As a front line care provider we ensure Government guidance’s are implemented and practiced at all times with regards to the current climate.

For an informal discussion about this vacancy please contact Colin Rodgers, Team Leader, or Darren Bradbury-Campbell, Team Leader, on 01253 477588.

Click here to view the Job Description.

We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children/vulnerable adults. This post is subject to satisfactory two year reference history, Disclosure & Barring Service (DBS) check, medical clearance, evidence of any essential qualifications and proof of legal working in accordance with the Asylum and Immigration Act 1996.

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