If you would like to register interest for a care assistant role – twilight hours. please apply online or use our quick apply form. Alternatively send your CV and covering letter to email@example.com
Thorngate Churcher Trust runs a prestigious registered care home, specialising in the delivery of high-quality care for older people and those living with dementia.
We are searching for a care assistant to join our team to help residents enjoy each evening by delivering the high-quality care and support they deserve. You should have a genuine interest in people and the delivery of safe and effective care and in making a positive contribution to helping the home continue to be a welcoming environment for the residents to live in.
Qualifications are desirable and we provide extensive training and continuous professional development. You will have a genuine interest in the care, well being and comfort of residents at Russell Churcher Court and you’ll want to work hard and make a positive contribution to the Thorngate Living team. A smart uniform is provided.
In addition to overtime, the Trust offers a pension scheme, a friendly working environment, attractive location and free parking.
If you are share our values, are suitably qualified with relevant experience and are interested in the role during an exciting period of growth and development for the Trust, please apply online or use our quick apply form. Alternatively send your CV and covering letter detailing all aspects outlined in our online application form to firstname.lastname@example.org
Thorngate Living is an Equal Opportunities employer and welcomes applications from suitably qualified people from all sections of the community. The right applicant will be keen to champion the Trust’s mission and values.
Personal applications only please – no agencies.
- To assist in the overall care and welfare of residents
- As directed by senior staff, support residents who may require help with personal hygiene, dressing, toileting, food preparation and serving, laundry, shopping etc.
- As directed by senior staff assist in teaching/maintaining skills of residents to promote independence.
- Participate in planning the care for, and the review of, individual residents as appropriate.
- Have due regard to residents’ well being, privacy, dignity, freedom of choice, physical, emotional, spiritual and social needs.
- Assist in the organising and the execution of entertainment, both in-house and external, for the residents and encourage their participation in local activities where appropriate.
- Liaise with senior staff to ensure a high standard of care is maintained at all times.
- Ensure all procedures and instructions in relation to Health & Safety are carried out properly and efficiently.
- Report on accidents, illness and defects within the building and surrounds to the senior person on duty.
- Ensure all paperwork required is accurate and complete.
- Have a commitment to undertake training as required.
- Participate in supervision/staff meetings.
- Carry out any other reasonable task as directed.