RELIEF CARE ASSISTANT

We are currently recruiting Relief Care Assistants to work on an as needed, ad hoc basis to cover sickness & annual leave.

Day shifts & night shifts available

Previous experience in a residential Care Home required & minimum NVQ Level 2 in Adult & Social Care

Please phone 0121 705 9293 or e-mail businessmanager@raynerhouse.co.uk for details.

If you would be interested in joining our bank of relief care staff please contact us .

Shifts are offered on a strictly ad hoc basis as & when needed to cover absences within our
permanent care team. There are no guaranteed works hours contracted.

Minimum Requirements – NVQ Level 2 in Care and previous experience in similar role.

Job Duties to include all tasks that involve total care of our residents.

Encouraging residents to be involved in all activities of daily living.
Giving practical help where needed in dressing, washing and bathing.
Assisting residents to dining room at meal times & help with serving meals and assisting very dependent residents in eating where required.

Our aim is to promote independence and enhance individuality within the home setting while treating residents with dignity, privacy & respect at all times.

Mandatory training is provided as necessary.

QUESTIONS ABOUT A PRICING & AVAILABILITY? ASK OUR TEAM .

CONTACT US

“I would like to thank Clare, The Manager & her staff for the excellent standard of care shown to my mother during her day care at Sheps. Upon arrival we are always greeted with welcoming smiles.

The clients are happy & content giving me the knowledge & comfort that they are being well cared for during the day. There are always a selection of different activities going on which everyone participates in.

I would also take this opportunity to thank the catering staff who do am amazing job providing an excellent selection of meals and snacks.

Clare is always on hand to chat and offer assistance with any issues arising around my mother’s care”

Sheps Day Centre – From a relative, Nov 2017

In October 2016 my mother, at the age of 95, entered hospital for the first time in her life. Over the next 3 months there was a decline in her general health, physical capability, motivation and positivity. Despite care assistance it quickly became obvious that she was longer capable of independent living. In January she became a resident at Rayner House and Yew Trees Ltd.

ALL employees have been excellent, led by the wonderful Caroline Finlay, who is compassionate and understanding. She aims for each resident to have some enjoyment and to be as comfortable as possible at this stage in their lives.

Her philosophy and work ethic is shared.

My mother is content and VERY comfortable. I could not ask for better.

Rayner House – From a relative, Nov 2017