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We are always on the look-out for exceptional people to join our team. You can apply for any of our current vacancies listed below, or if you’re simply interested in working as part of a dedicated and enthusiastic team, please send your CV to our friendly team at firstname.lastname@example.org
Are you caring, enthusiastic and have previous care experience?
At Promedica24, we are looking for experienced part-time carers (preferably qualified to NVQ level 3) to support our live-in carers for 2-3 days per week.
Our live-in carers help elderly and vulnerable adults to retain as much independence and dignity as possible from the comfort of their own home. Tasks vary from helping with cooking and shopping, to assisting with washing and dressing. Many of our clients require assistance due to conditions such as dementia, stroke, cancer or Parkinson’s, while others have suffered an injury or are simply looking for companionship and to enjoy their later years without the hassle of daily tasks.
The part-time carer will be there to support the live-in carer when the contract first starts. This means that you will work closely with the live-in carer to help them settle in and understand the client’s needs. You will not be expected to work anti-social hours, as this role is to support during a typical working day, and just provide an extra pair of helping hands. You may sometimes be responsible for covering changeovers between live-in carers and very occasionally for emergency support. Promedica24 provides full in-depth training and a 24 hour support phone line. Your time travelling to a client will be paid, and you will receive a mileage rate for the distance covered.
To apply for this role, please send a CV and covering letter to email@example.com with the subject line: Carer Application
Promedica24 looked after my father and step mother in the home for some time in 2015/2016. I found the carers caring and professional, having to adapt on a daily basis to the care of my father and his wife.
When my father’s health deteriorated which unfortunately happens with the elderly, they were compassionate and had much empathy towards our family and the people they were caring for. D.D Mudeford, Christchurch