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Care & Support Worker, Nottingham, Voyage Care Ltd

Published 2022-08-02
Expires 2022-09-02
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Care & Support Worker, Nottingham, Voyage Care Ltd
United Kingdom, Nottinghamshire, Nottingham,
Published August 2, 2022

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Job type: Part time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Care & support worker


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Role: Care & Support Worker Location: Ruddington, Nottingham Pay Rate: £10.50ph Hours: Flexible, full and part time, permanent contracts with guaranteed hours available Voyage Care are recruiting Start your new job with a sector leading care provider with 30 years' experience today. Whether you are new to care or have previous experience, your values are much more important to us. We provide a fantastic training and induction programme that will support you in your role. We are currently recruiting for our Ruddington View specialist residential service where we support 7 adults who have learning disabilities, autism, mental health conditions and challenging behaviour. You'll help the people we support to develop their independence in all aspects of everyday life. This could include personal care, meal preparation, and taking part in hobbies & activities. You'll be out and about, enjoying life together and no single day will be the same. You will also enjoy benefits including: Refer a Friend BONUS (£500 per friend, refer 3 friends and earn £2000) Flexible working hours & overtime available Good opportunities to progress if you want it Paid DBS and holidays Long service awards & retail rewards and savings Life assurance and pension scheme T&Cs apply Click apply to complete our quick one-page application to join Voyage Care and do something amazing. COVID-19 safety is important to us all, we support our staff and the people we support to stay safe by wearing correct PPE, including Type IIR Fluid Resistant Surgical Masks (FRSM), aprons and gloves at all times. We have an in-house team that ensures that all of our services have plenty of PPE at all times. All care and support is carried out following the latest Government guidance. Our aim is to keep you and the people we support safe.

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    Registered on October 7, 2017

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