Home Carer – HICT North
“Working for Olympus I am certain I make a difference to the lives of our customers.”
At Olympus Care Services, we aspire to provide the best possible service to every individual we support. Our aim is to do everything we can to make our customers’ aspirations a reality. We are now looking for Home Carers to join our ever-growing team.
As a Home Carer, you will provide high quality and compassionate care for Adults in their own homes, enabling them to remain living independently whilst supporting their wellbeing, rights and choices in alignment with their personalised care plans.
You will provide a range of care and practical support; varying from assistance with personal care including assistance with dressing and washing, to support with meals, medication, and general domestic tasks. You will have an empathetic and passionate approach to care, ensuring each individuals dignity, privacy, independence and choice is supported and encouraged along the way.
In this hugely rewarding role, it’s important that you will always enjoy going the extra mile to accommodate your customer’s needs and desires. This is a great opportunity for someone looking to give their time back to the local community, or start to develop a long term career in care.
Full time and part time hours are available. Rota includes Early 07:00-15:00 & Late shifts 15:00-23:00 and alternative/every weekend.
No experience is needed as full training is provided.
Salary: £16,412 (plus a market supplement of £656 per year, pro rata until 31/03/2020 when this will then be reviewed)
Location – Kettering
•Up to 6 weeks’ leave (pro rata for part-time)
•Competitive pay rates
•Discount at high street brands for money of shopping, food and days away
•Comprehensive initial induction and continual personal development including opportunities to gain accredited qualifications
•Sick Pay Scheme*
It is an exciting time to be working in local government in Northamptonshire with the journey towards the creation of two brand new unitary authorities in April 2021. The committed approach from the whole public sector to deliver the two unitaries will present significant opportunities for joining up and transforming service delivery to ensure the best possible outcomes for our residents.