We’re hiring CareGivers
Did you see our recruitment ad (above) in the January issue of the Hovarian? We are always looking to recruit big-hearted people to join our amazing, award-winning team. So many people in our local community need support to stay independent in their own homes or a little company to prevent loneliness and isolation.
We offer flexible hours and scheduling with full-time, part-time, and bank contracts in areas to suit you. Please contact us whether you are looking for a long-term career in care or would just like to earn some extra money whilst doing a rewarding and meaningful job. You can see from the list below that we have a variety of opportunities.
- Morning care visits 8am – 2pm
- Weekends Only
- Evening care visits
- full-time / part-time / bank hours
- Brighton & Hove
- Worthing & Lancing
- Peacehaven & Saltdean
- Drivers preferred but not essential
What Does A CareGiver Do?
Our CareGivers are trained to provide care with dignity and respect and promote the Client’s independence rather than take it away. We also encourage CareGivers to bring fun and imagination to care visits by sharing their own passions, for example baking cakes, music & dancing or walking along the Sussex Coast.
Clients could have physical disabilities caused by illness, accident, or ageing and need a little extra support with daily tasks. Some may only need companionship whilst others may need more complex care. We will carefully match the you to the Client and support you to be happy and confident in your care role.
CareGivers assist Clients with the following:
- promote mental and physical wellbeing through companionship, taking Clients out or encouraging activities such as reading, writing, and hobbies
- personal care needs including dressing, undressing, washing, bathing and toileting
- mobility issues and physical disabilities requiring help with care aids and personal equipment
- make and change bedding and light domestic tasks such as laundry
- meal preparation for breakfast, lunch or dinner
- administer medication and creams
- monitor and record Client’s wellbeing digitally using the OpenPASS app
Training & Career Development
If you are new to care, our free Kingsway Care Academy 12-week course will equip you with the skills and Care Certificate required to be a qualified CareGiver.
If you are already working in Care but feeling undervalued in your current role, please do get in touch. Kingsway Care encourage all employees to improve their skills and knowledge with vocational qualifications. i.e. NVQs and Diplomas in Health & Social Care.
Regular appraisals will identify your passions so we can create a career progression path tailored to your strengths.
We have a fantastic hands-on management team to support you. We lead from the front and even Olly, the Managing Director, and the management team take on daily care visits. We know some aspects of the job can be challenging so ensure all CareGivers have the right training, high-quality PPE and our support team is on call to help out.
The free employee assistance programme is in place to help with any legal, financial, and counselling issues you may have outside of work too.
Work Should be Fun
But most of all, we want you to enjoy working and actively encourage you to have fun with the team and our Kingsway Care Clients. Here we are enjoying a silent disco with Guru Dudu on Brighton beach.
Our CareGivers are truly valued for the important work they do and we promise you will be well-paid and looked after. If you are big-hearted, reliable, and professional and looking for incredible job satisfaction, come and join the Kingsway Care team.
Visit Kingswaycare.com/vacancies or fill in the application form or email email@example.com
Meet (some of) the Team
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