Homecarer positions available Ref:3006218

Are you passionate about caring for people and have a rewarding career?

Job Purpose:
The role of the Care Worker is to perform duties and tasks to enable our service users to continue living within the comfort of their own homes in a safe and secure way. To offer a level of care which promotes dignity, respect, and choice which include personal care, dressing/undressing, meal preparation and cooking, Toileting, assisting use of commode, Continence management,

Use of Manual Handling equipment, Assisting with prescribed medication and light domestic tasks.

Location: Liverpool Areas:- Anfield, Walton, Tuebrook, Norris Green, Old Swan, Page Moss, Huyton, Halewood.

Wage: £10.00 per hour

Hours of Work: Full and Part Time Positions

Full time hours are 35 hours per week, Part time hours are between 16-24 hours per week.

Contact email: kate.carley@heroncare.com
Closing date
Full and Part Time hours available
How to apply
To apply for this position, please send a copy of your CV to Contact email: kate.carley@heroncare.com

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