Vacancy Details

Domiciliary Care and Support Worker - South Staffordshire
Job Reference: REF00491
Application deadline: 15/06/2022

Job Description

Care Plus logo in white on a pink background with a photo of a female nurse with an elderly lady


Job title:
Domiciliary Care and Support Worker

Salary:
£10.00 per hour

Location:
South Staffordshire

Hours:
Flexible hours


Are you looking for a permanent opportunity, starting immediately?


Can you help us to put the PLUS in Care Plus?


As one of the largest care providers in the area, Care Plus is part of Housing Plus Group, a leading not for profit employer with more than 900 employees providing excellent training and opportunities for personal development.

We currently have an exciting opportunity for a Care and Support Worker to join our successful Care Plus team.

Do you find that you spend more time driving than caring? At Care Plus our customers are at the centre of everything we do.

Our Care and Support Workers work in specific zones covering an average of a 5 mile radius, to ensure that we are able to spend more time with our customers compared to driving. We will pay your mileage on a weekly basis at a competitive rate of 35p per mile!

Our hours of service are 7 AM – 10 PM – Monday through to Sunday; you can discuss your personal availability at interview, but we do ask that for fairness you are available to work weekends on a rota basis.

We offer a competitive rate of pay of £10 per hour, enhanced pay for weekends and £15 per hour for bank holidays.

An Enhanced DBS check is required for this role

Benefits package:

  • 30 days holiday each year, including bank holidays (pro-rata for part time staff)

  • Electric vehicles available to use (subject to criteria)

  • We use google maps to allocate and pay you accurate travel time, at your hourly rate

  • Access to a fully equipped staffroom and toilet facilities, within your chosen location

  • Funded DBS

  • Uniform provided including a cross body bag for storing PPE and hand sanitiser and phones etc.

  • Enrolment into pension scheme

  • Work life balance with flexible working hours



No experience necessary, just the motivation to care and support and the willingness to want to learn and grow. It would be advantageous if you have a full UK Driving License and access to a vehicle.

Please submit your application by clicking the 'apply' button and uploading a copy of your CV. Alternatively, you can fill out an expression of interest form by clicking the link below:

https://www.care-plus.org.uk/interested-career-care


We’re looking for a dedicated professional to bring our values to life and ensure our customers receive outstanding services.


If you want to be part of an organisation that’s determined to make a positive difference to homes, lives and communities, if you want to be proud of what you do, if you are looking for job security and a great career, join Care Plus, a Housing Plus Group company.


As one of the largest providers of affordable homes and care in the area, employing almost 1,000 people, Housing Plus Group offers rewarding roles with excellent training and career development pathways delivering services that customers can trust across Staffordshire and Shropshire. Housing Plus Group companies include Care Plus, Property Plus and Severn Homes.


Please note, we may close this vacancy early if we receive a high volume of applications. Don’t delay – apply today to avoid disappointment.

If you have not received an update within 2 weeks of submitting your application, please assume that you have been unsuccessful on this occasion.

Closing date: 15th June 2022
Interviews will take place throughout the advert
Housing Plus Group vision - Making a positive difference, homes, lives and communities. Plus Housing Plus Group logo with Homes Plus, Care Plus, Property Plus and Severn Homes logos

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Vacancy Documents

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Domiciliary Care Worker Staffs JP May 2020.docx Domiciliary Care Worker Staffs JP May 2020.docx