Community Support Worker

Location
Wakefield, Ossett
Posted
10 Oct 2017
Closes
09 Dec 2017
Contract Type
Voluntary
Hours
Part Time
Community Support Worker

Full time, part time and weekend only work available

Do you want to become a Community Support Worker? Do you have a kind and caring nature? Do you want to feel valued for the hard work you do and make a difference to people’s lives? Many people in your local community depend on AJ Community Support Workers to help them lead an independent life and continue living in their own home despite having a disability or illness.

AJ Community Care is a provider to Wakefield Council and provides care at home for people who live in Wakefield, Pontefract, Castleford, Featherstone, Knottingley, Normanton, Ryhill, Hemsworth, South Elmsall and South Kirkby.

As a Community Support Worker, you will be making a significant positive impact in people's lives by providing help and support with personal and household tasks.

Community Support Worker tasks can include:

Support with personal hygiene and maintenance.
Prepare meals and support with eating and drinking.
Help with reminding and taking medication.
Help maintain a clean and tidy home environment.
Help with shopping, collections and appointments.
Provide companionship and Social interaction to reduce loneliness.
Provide general home care duties.

Community Support Worker Pay and Benefits

£8.01ph, plus travel time + mileage.
£100 bonus when 12 week induction completed
A free uniform and ID
28 days paid holiday per year
The Care Certificate training and continued personal development in our state of the art training rooms
Working in your local area where you make a genuine difference to your community
An office team who have all been carers and understand your needs.
A flexible and understanding office team available to offer advice when you need it most.
Work with well trained and passionate people delivering high-quality home care, where you can make lots of new friends.
Invitations to annual events for your friends and family too such as our Christmas party.
£100 referral bonus should you successfully recommend us a Community Support Worker.
Join a great friendly team and make new life long friends.
Does all this sound interesting? Then all you need to become a Community Support Worker is:

A satisfactory enhanced police check (provided by us)
No Experience required but a natural caring and kind nature is a must
Driving licence and access to a vehicle
Flexibility - Our shift patterns 6am - 3pm or 3pm-11pm

"Really happy to be part of such an awesome team. Stress-free working atmosphere at all users and brilliant organisation. Able to say strongly i love my job" - Elize