Job Overview

Location
Huntercombe Hall, Huntercombe Place, Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire RG9 5SE
Category
Care and Support
Job Type
Care
Shift Type
Days
Salary
£9.19ph
Open Date
07/09/2021
Closing Date
Job Advert

Care Assistant

  • Huntercombe Care Home, Henley-on-Thames,  Oxfordshire 

Join before Christmas and get a £500 Welcome Bonus (£250 paid in your first months pay and £250 following successful probation after 6 months)

  • Flexible shifts available (school hours, mornings, evenings, days and nights) £9.19 p/h

Caring Homes Group offers not only flexible working but some fantastic benefits. You will also get satisfaction of doing genuinely rewarding work.

  • Paid annual leave 28 days per year (based on hours / pro rata) inclusive of bank holidays
  • Full paid induction programme
  • Excellent on-going training from day one and throughout your career
  • Opportunity to achieve City & Guilds Level 2 Diploma in Care and City & Guilds Level 3 in Adult Care
  • Enhanced pay for working Christmas and Boxing day & Bank Holidays
  • Refer a friend bonus scheme (earn up to £1000)
  • Excellent apprenticeship scheme
  • Employee discount scheme
  • We are a Wagestream employer, this enables you to keep track of your earnings, have instant access to 40% of wages already earned and access guidance to help with financial wellbeing.
  • Free or subsidised meals*

Huntercombe Hall nursing home in Henley-upon-Thames provides residential, nursing and dementia care for up to 42 elderly residents, we are looking for care assistants to join us to assist our team throughout the day

As a Care Assistant at Caring Homes, you’ll help residents enjoy each day by making sure they get the quality care and support they deserve.  Responsible for supporting our elderly residents with daily living, providing support and companionship, assisting with their physical and personal needs – where every day is different and rewarding!

We offer fantastic training and development opportunities, each of our care workers work towards their Care Certificate, giving them the confidence to deliver first-class care.

We also undertake a wide range of diverse training, from manual handling to infection control and safeguarding. We have an extensive training team, consisting of regional trainers as well as a network of in-home trainers, able to deliver programmes to colleagues.

In 2015 we launched our own dementia training programme, called ‘My World’. This is accredited by City and Guilds and was awarded the Princess Royal Training Award, every employee is given the opportunity to learn and develop

Compassion’s the only qualification you need!

If making people’s lives better is what gets you up in the morning, you should come and join a like-minded team at Huntercombe Care Home.  As a Care Assistant here, you can make a real difference to the lives of our residents with reliable, compassionate care.

And we’re not looking for experience or qualifications: we’ll give you all the training you need. Furthermore, we’ll give you all the support you need to develop your career with us and progress into a Senior Care Assistant role.   

What we want above all are genuinely kind, sympathetic people, who will really get a thrill from enhancing the happiness and wellbeing of our residents. Whether it’s going out of the way to make them feel comfortable and respected, or just taking an interest in how their grandchildren are doing, you’ll be the kind of person who loves to brighten up our residents’ days.

If that sounds like you, we think you’ll love working at Huntercombe.  We’re part of the Caring Homes Group which is one of the UK’s leading providers of residential, nursing and dementia care for the elderly.

To Apply 

If you would like a meaningful career making a positive impact on the lives of those who require care and support, then please apply now

“We are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation or age”.

*Dependant on location

In order to protect both our staff and our residents, unless there are wholly exceptional reasons (which we will consider on an individual basis), From 11 November 2021, anyone working or volunteering in one of our cares home will need to be fully vaccinated against coronavirus (COVID-19) and will need to agree to continue to receive Covid-19 vaccinations as required and in accordance with public health guidance throughout their employment with us.

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