Looking for job security during this time of crisis and beyond?
With more and more business sectors and jobs being affected each day this is one job that you can be sure will remain secure during and after the crisis.
Safeguard your future and the future of your community by becoming an Adult Care Worker.
Join us now and earn over £22,250 year as a new starter, PLUS a 4.87% pay rise from 1 st of April PLUS a £250 joining bonus!
As of today, it is predicted that around 15,000 individuals will be discharged from hospitals with the vast majority being asked to return home, in order to free up beds to cope with the fight against the virus, your community needs you now.
There has never been a more important time and a better opportunity for you to take up a role as an Adult Care Worker.
No previous experience for this role is required.
To help you secure work and earnings quickly, we will provide you with safe fast-track training and support mechanisms which include all necessary Personal Protective Equipment, alongside the best sector pay rates and benefits in the area.
We do need our Adult Care Workers to have access to their own motorised transport, as you will be travelling between our clients homes. We will pay a generous mileage allowance for this and you are paid for all travel time between visits and your mileage home from work.
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You will also receive:
* A Blue Light Card which will give you many benefits at this time
* PAID travel time and mileage between every call
* PAID mileage back home
* PAY for the full visit NOT minute by minute
* Annual cash bonuses
* Smart Phone
* Brand new equipment and uniform worth £500
* Extra days annual leave
* Localised work
* A 24 hour support network
Access Your Care is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of vulnerable adults and expects all staff to share that commitment. Any appointment is subject to pre-appointment checks including but not limited to an enhanced DBS check and references.
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