Children and Adult Community Support Worker – Bury
Roles available in: Bury
Could you make a real difference to the lives of carers in your local community? Then this could be the role for you!
Crossroads Together are a charitable organisation who provide information, advice and support to anyone living with the challenges of caring.
A carer is someone of any age who cares, unpaid for a family member or friend who cannot cope without support.
As a Community Support Worker, you will provide care in the home to support carers in their role or to enable them to take a much-needed break.
We work with children and adults whether they are frail, have a short or long-term illness, a disability, complex needs, a mental health condition or are approaching end of life, meaning no two days are the same.
We require compassionate people who are not afraid of a challenge and can plan activities to suit the needs of the people they care for. Providing personal care, preparing meals and administering medication are all essential to this role.
Join our friendly team who are proud to deliver quality care.
We are CQC rated ‘Good’ in all of our locations.
|No previous experience required, training provided|
|Looking for a new or change in career|
|Want to work with a great team|
|Able to treat people with dignity, empathy and compassion|
|Excellent communication skills|
|A driving licence and access to a car are preferred for this role|
|Competitive pay rates £8.75-£9.00 per hour|
|Enhanced rates available for evenings, weekends and bank holidays|
|Mileage allowance 32p|
|Guaranteed and non-guaranteed hours|
|28 days holiday (Full time equivalent)|
|Training and Development opportunities to complete QCF – Social Care Diploma Level 2 & 3|
|Company contribution to your workplace pension|
|Access to CarerSmart and NHS discount schemes offering you money saving vouchers and discounts|
For more information please call 0330 124 4526 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
We value diversity in our workforce and encourage applications from all sectors of the community.
Due to the high number of applications, we are unable to respond individually to each applicant. If you haven’t heard from us within 4 weeks, then unfortunately you were unsuccessful on this occasion.Send a message