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Night Senior Care Assistant

Night Senior Care Assistant


Job Description

About The Role
Your career progression as a Senior Care Assistant could be right around the corner at Alder House Care Home in Nuthall. The home is looking for an experienced team member like you to deliver high quality care to our residents and bring a smile to their faces every day. This is your opportunity to shine and really make a difference to the lives of others by showing your experience and warmth.
You will monitor the wellbeing of each resident, providing medication support, person centred-care and be involved in the care planning process, always promoting independence and well-being by ensuring that residents’ personal, psychological and social care needs are met.
Your team will be extremely important too. You will undertake staff supervisions and support of team members’ development, always looking to demonstrate our values of being Proud, Supportive and Caring.
Your Money - Great Team Players Need Great Rewards
£10.70 per hour
Enhanced pay options
Hastee Pay - providing you with the opportunity to receive your earned pay immediately to increase your choice and financial wellbeing
Holiday pay and holiday-type benefits through employee discount scheme
Workplace Pension
Refer a Friend payments
Free DBS, free uniform
Paid e-learning and training
CQC outcome bonus
Long service awards and recognition
Career development with salary increases
Staff wellbeing strategy
Your Working Life
Flexibility - We can offer a range of shift patterns that best fit around your family. Let us know what hours you are looking for and we will do our best to accommodate you
A career development pathway and support with qualifications – linked with increases in salary
Advanced senior carer programme - accredited City and Guilds
A comprehensive and supportive induction programme to ensure confidence and competence
Avery #OneFamily Well-being Programme
Blue Light Card - Employee discounts scheme for a wide range of retailers, restaurants and days out
Treat and pamper days
Daily staff celebrations
Staff well-being committees
Mental health first aiders for staff
Apprenticeship programme
Managing Director award and Avery Awards
About You
To join us a Senior Care Assistant, it is essential that you are an experienced carer, and you have the super-human characteristics of being efficient whilst always putting people first, showing kindness and still have energy to love life and make it meaningful for yourself and those in your care.
You love working as part of a team and being supportive to your colleagues as well as your residents and their families. Most importantly, you’ll feel proud to work in the care sector. We are so proud of our teams, and we will help you feel proud of the work you do too by sharing successes and welcoming you into our #OneFamily.
You will need to have 2 years’ experience working as a carer within a residential care home setting (Adult). We will support you through your career in care through personal development by reflective practice, self-directed learning and competency development.
About The Company
Our ambition is simple. Together, by demonstrating our caring natures, supporting each other and being proud of what we do, we aim to create smiles every day.
Our structure at Avery Healthcare is unique to other care settings. There is no big hierarchy or difficulties in speaking to management. You will find the Avery business leaders in the homes at the forefront of care, and fully accessible at all times. We truly are proud of who we are, and we act as #OneFamily. If you’d like a career in care and would like to be an important part of our #OneFamily, apply today.
This Post will Require
Enhanced DBS Disclosure check, the cost of which will be met by Avery Healthcare.
Proof of eligibility to work in the UK.

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