Crossroads Care Hertfordshire North has an exciting opportunity for a Community Support Worker – Night Worker to join our team based in the Stevenage area.
Waking Nights: £10.15 per hour
Sleeping Nights: £9.00 per hour
The Community Support Worker – Night Worker role:
To allow us to deliver our mission, we are looking to build our night worker team of passionate Support Workers to provide compassionate, person-centred care for our clients who are looking for overnight support between 10pm – 8am. As a night worker, you would be allocated work according to the hours you are available for work, preferably 2-5 nights per week. Experience as a professional carer is essential for night work.
The responsibilities as our Community Support Worker – Night Worker:
- Providing compassionate care and support for our clients
- Assisting with their personal care needs
- Ensuring care plans are implemented
What we’re looking for in our Community Support Worker – Night Worker:
We’re looking for team members that are passionate about delivering person centred care for vulnerable adults, with the ability to develop good working relationships, communicate using the English language and demonstrate care and respect for those you are supporting.
- Competitive pay
- 28 days annual leave, increasing after 2 years’ service
- Nationally recognised qualifications
- Paid induction with outstanding training and achievement of Care Certificate
- Career development through personal reviews
- Disclosure & Barring Service (DBS) checks paid for by Crossroads Care
- Employee Assistance Programme
- Pension scheme
- Referral bonus if you refer family or friends to work with us
Who are we?
At Crossroads Care Hertfordshire North, our mission is to support vulnerable people, their family, their caring friends’ networks and their local communities. We care for people, not profit. So, we believe that the best way to care for our clients is to provide the best possible work environment for our staff.
We are also on the Sunday Time List for Top 100 Best Not-For-Profit Organisations to work for and 13th position for staff wellbeing.
Stories from our amazing staff:
"My job is to do the care planning, reviews and risk assessments but I also have three clients that were my original clients when I first started as a Support Worker 5 years ago. I just don’t want to let them go! Seeing the difference you make just by spending time with someone is the reason you do this job."
If you feel you have the right skills, experience, passion and drive to fulfil this role, why not click ‘apply’ today to become one of our Community Support Worker – Night Worker