Coburg Banks | Multi-sector UK recruitment agency

Care Workers

£7.55 - £8.65 per hour 
Job Type:
Social Care 
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We are looking to recruit experienced, professional and reliable Care Workers who want to work for a well-established, independent provider of quality care.

We are looking to support an elderly gentleman who needs extra 1-2-1 support in his own home in York.

You will be rewarded with a competitive salary of £7.55 per hour on weekdays and £8.65 per hour at weekends.

The Person:

– You need to be enthusiastic, committed and have an outgoing personality
– Experience in a similar role is essential
– Ideally you need to be a car driver however this is not essential
– Preferably be qualified with an NVQ Level 2 in Health & Social Care, again this is not essential

The company;

Our clients supports people in their own home as well as supporting people who live in a residential setting too. They are a well-established care company who help enable their clients to live as independently as possible, whether this be in the comfort of their own home or providing support to them in a care home.

Our clients has an outstanding reputation and a fantastic care ethos which have made them one of the most respected care providers within the local community.

If you would like to be considered for this position and join the friendly team then send us your CV and we will consider you for the first round of interviews. Alternatively call Fran Stallard for an informal chat on 0121 362 2317

Coburg Banks Health and Social Care specialise in recruiting Care Managers, Care Co-ordinators and Senior Carers within Residential care, Domiciliary care, Supported living and Nursing. We would welcome the opportunity to help you in your career, so please send a copy of your CV into us

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Telephone: 0121 362 2300
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