Belmont Recruitment are currently in search of a Community Health Care Assistant / Support Worker (HCA) Band 3 to join the Primary Care Recovery Team based out of Epping in Essex. The role works 7 days a week with shifts between 7:00am – 11:00pm with workers choosing their hours, rate enhancements are provided for classified unsociable hours of late evenings and weekends there is scope for flexibility so applicants who cannot work full time are still encouraged to apply, this is initially on an ongoing locum however this will most likely be made permanent.
As a Health Care Assistant/ Support Worker you will be responsible for participating and assisting in the delivery of care / services to patients and service users as part of a Mental Health and Social Care Health Service. Health Care Assistant, Social Care Workers and other Healthcare Support Workers employed by the Trust are required to follow the guidance set out in Code of Conduct for Health Care Assistants/ Health Care Support Workers to provide safe and compassionate care of a high standard, and to challenge others who are not. You will receive direct supervision and partake in reflective practice / training on a regular basis and be required to meet the Care Certificate standards.
A valid UK driving licence plus the use of own transport for business purposes in this role is essential, all mileage while on shift will be compensated.
The pay rate for this locum role is between £11.52 - £13.52 per hour dependant on experience with enhancements during unsociable hours of late evenings and weekends, however this is open for negotiation for someone with years of experience.
- Ongoing training
- Great development opportunities
- 24/7 Assistance
- Block Bookings Months in advance
- Free DBS Check
- Weekly payroll
- Free Mandatory Online Training Modules
- Uniform provided
- Dedicated consultant
This Community Health Care Assistant / Support Worker role (Band 3) is being advertised by James O’Kane; if you are interested in this position please click above to apply now.