BRC

Published: 6th July 2018

Location

Bristol

Job Type

Reference
BRCESSW
Salary
£9 - £11 per annum
Contract Duration
n/a

Description

Looking for a new role or additional hours to get that extra money or experience? Then we have an ideal role for you!

Your new role with us

We are currently recruiting dedicated individuals to join our team of bank support workers in Bristol ongoing ad-hoc shifts.

As a support worker your role will be to support adults who live in a supported living settings, residential homes or nursing homes. You will provide support to enable them to complete tasks within the home for example, cooking an evening meal, cleaning, or assisting with daily living skills such as personal care and manual handling.

So are you looking for a role where you can pick your own hours? Maybe you would like to work some extra hours alongside your full-time role or studies at weekends or evenings? Or even if you would like to work full time hours but would like the ability to personalise your own working environment with the homes you choose to go to.

 What we need from you

We need you to be reliable, hardworking and most importantly have passion and love for the work you do. You will need to have at least 6-9 paid employed in the care sector in the last 2 years.

 What we can offer you

  • Have the FLEXIBILITY to pick your own hours
  • COMPETETIVE PAY RATES of between £8.97 and £10.50 per hour inclusive of holiday pay with the benefit of weekly pay.
  • PENSION SCHEME allows saving for the future
  • TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES and ability to develop experience working in range of settings 

Why choose BRC for your work? 
We are a specialist recruitment company for the supported housing and social care sector, and have been supplying to Bristol organisations for over 17 years. We are dedicated to finding you the right environment and offer advice and help along the way.

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