- Entry level
- No Education
- Salary £25,000.00 - £30,000.00 gross per year
Are you a qualified nurse and love helping people? Are you warm and friendly? Are you honest and trustworthy and have a passion for people? Do you want to be a part of the most amazing team here in Weybridge, North West Surrey UK, with the leading provider of care-at-home services?
If you’ve answered yes to all of the above then we may just have the perfect opportunity for you.
Bluebird Care are an established provider of care-at-home services to elderly people in the Elmbridge and Runnymede area of Surrey UK. We provide visits at home to elderly people who want to continue to enjoy the comfort of their own home but need support in certain areas. We are truly passionate about helping our customers to remain at home, and help them with personal care, keeping house and of course companionship.
We have just launched our new health and well-being check, aimed at keeping our customers out of hospital by spotting health concerns early, and prompting necessary support before illness strikes. You could be helping us launch this brand new market leading service as part of your role at Bluebird Care.
We have full time positions available for qualified nurses to help us grow our business here in Weybridge, North West Surrey UK.
Employee Benefits include:
28 days paid holiday per annum
Career development opportunities in a growing business
Fully funded QCF qualifications
Excellent support package for overseas applicants (ask for further details)
£££ Market leading rates of pay
£££ Monthly bonus just for being a good employee
£££ Staff Referrer Cash Scheme (ask for further details)
Caring and compassionate towards people in need of care and support
Self-motivated and keen to learn. Willing to seek guidance when needed and to follow instructions
Excellent timekeeper and reliable
Good hygiene practice, including personal hygiene and a smart appearance
Good stamina and level of fitness to meet the physical demands of the job
Respect for the rights of our customers. Understanding the importance of giving the best possible care and support centred on the individual needs and wishes of each customer
Understanding about the importance of confidentiality and what this means as a care assistant
Ability to listen, communicate clearly and build positive working relationships with customers, their families, Bluebird Care staff and other social and health care professionals
Good organisational skills, so customers receive the services they expect.
Ability to keep written records in clear English about the care and support given to each customer, including help with medicines.
Ability and willingness to follow Bluebird Care’s policies, procedures and instructions and to participate in relevant training
A confident driver possessing a Full driving licence
Previous experience as a care assistant or as an unpaid carer
Knowledge of how to recognise abuse and safeguarding procedures
Working knowledge of health and safety matters relating to home care
Flexible approach to working
To find out more about this exciting opportunity please click the 'apply’ button and our friendly team will be in touch