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      • kingston-upon-thames, london
      • full-time
      • Four Seasons Health Care Group
      We are currently recruiting for a Care Assistant and experience isn’t essential. If you would like to work in health and social care and deliver the support and care our residents require, this role is perfect for you.As one of the largest healthcare providers in the UK it’s important to us to couple great care with meaningful and enjoyable experiences.We offer you a great range of benefits, which include:Competitive salaryHappy Hub - discounts across shopping, eating out, going out and holidays suited to your lifestyleGenerous holiday entitlementVarious shifts availableRefer a Friend scheme of £500 (increasing to £650 for any further referrals)* Free mealsAccess to excellent trainingChoose from a wide range of apprenticeships and receive £300 bonus upon completionCareer development opportunitiesFree onsite parkingFree uniformNEST work place pension contributionsLong service awardsWe believe in helping our residents to live their lives as independently as possible and support them in reaching their potential, through both practical and emotional support as well as having a positive impact on their lives.We see it as our mission to ensure that everyone in our care are supported and look forward to every day with us, and their well-being is maintained through enjoying the simple but essential pleasures of good food and company in a warm and homely environment.As a Care Assistant you will be:Delivering quality personal care to each of our residentsSupporting them with daily activities such as washing, dressing, eating and maintaining personal hygieneUnderstanding our resident’s communication needs and adapting your communication to each individual, sounds, tones, body languageProviding emotional support to individuals and their familiesWorking with significant people in our resident’s life, such as friends and family, by giving them confidence and reassurance and involving them in our resident’s careTo succeed you will be:A team player who engages well with othersStrong communicator and influencerEnergetic and hard-workingFlexible and adaptable to changePassionate about offering superior services and want to make a differenceA glass half full person, with a sense of humour and a positive outlookIf you possess these qualities, or have worked in a retail, supermarket, warehouse or other customer facing environments then no experience of working as a Care Assistant is ; We provide you with excellent learning, development and support opportunities, to equip you with the knowledge and skills to make a real difference in the role.*T&C’s apply
      • teddington, london
      • permanent
      • United Response
      Role: Support WorkerSalary: £ per hourHours: Full-time, Part-timeLocation: Teddington(To be considered for this post you must hold a full drivers licence)Are you looking for your way to make a difference?Are looking to start in a new role and get that love for work back? then this could be the place for you!United Response is looking for a dedicated and compassionate individual to join our supported living service in Teddington as a Support Worker.The serviceCome and support three adults in their early 30’s to do all the things they love to do, as well as those they need to do! Being in their thirties life is all about fun! From days out in the community at hydrotherapy poo, baking cakes, playing games and lots of dancing and parties along the way!YouYou’ll be glad to know that experience is by no means essential, we are more interested in finding people with the right values and a determination to positively impact the lives of others. If you can combine enthusiasm, a willingness to learn and the ability to work as a team you are good to go! You will need an understanding of Autism to help you grasp some of the foundations of good support here.To ensure that the people we support can access the community in all the ways they want, you should hold a full drivers licence and access to your own vehicle.The role of Support Worker is massively rewarding and varied but you can expect to:Provide active supportEncourage the people we support to be as independent as possibleAccompany the people we support in the communityMaintain a fun and person-centred environmentAssist with jobs around the houseHelp manage and plan routinesPersonal CareOn top of the opportunity to be part of a leading national disability charity and fantastic training opportunities, you will receive:£ per hour20 days annual leave plus 8 bank holidays (increases after 3 and 5 years’ service)Pension contributionAccess to free occupational health, physiotherapy, counselling and advice servicesFully paid training and access to nationally recognised qualificationsTravel to work scheme (season ticket loan)Access to an online shopping platform with discounts from over 3,500 retailersThis position is subject to an enhanced DBS Check, the cost to be met by United Response. As part of the fight back against Covid 19, all our front line staff are tested regularly and are encouraged to take the vaccine as soon as they are able’’Please note this role will involve elements of evening, weekend, bank holiday work and sleep-ins so flexibility is essential and the successful applicant will be subject to a full DBS check.#STH
      • cricklewood, london
      • full-time
      • Four Seasons Health Care Group
      We are looking for Registered ; If you have a passion for enhancing the quality of life then working in our nursing home will be the right role for ; As one of the largest healthcare providers in the UK it’s important to us to couple great care with meaningful and enjoyable experiences.As a Registered Nurse you will need to have a current NMC registration and a good knowledge of the most up-to-date clinical practices.We offer a great range of benefits, which includeWelcome Bonus of £1500 paid in two installments at 3 and 6 monthsRecommend a Nurse Scheme of £1000Competitive salaryGenerous holiday entitlementFree mealsOngoing personal development plan and career progressionCompany Pension SchemeFriendly Working EnvironmentFree Enhanced DBS Check and uniformExcellent career development opportunitiesFull time and part time opportunitiesDiscounts and benefits suited to your lifestyleAs a Registered Nurse you will be:Leading a team of care staff to deliver exceptional careProducing well-developed care plans and detailed risk assessments, with an understanding of regulatory frameworksMaintain accurate documentation and resident records whilst incorporating the use of modern technologyOverseeing all aspects of medicine management on your shift in accordance with company policies and current legislationResponsible for making decisions in a timely mannerUtilising your clinical skills to provide guidance and support to all team membersMaking decisions and taking action in a timely mannerSupporting, guiding, teaching and mentoring others in line with the NMC Code, following its guidance at all ;To succeed you will be:A Registered Nurse with the ability to lead a team of care staffPassionate about delivering great care and supporting the residents and their familiesA team player who engages well with othersA sense of humour and positive outlookAble to communicate effectively at all levelsAble to demonstrate awareness and understanding of the CI/CQQ/RQIA National Care StandardsDemonstrate an understanding and application of relevant legislation in relation to the roleAble to deliver nursing care in a clinical environmentHave you got experience of working in the NHS, a Community Nurse, staff nurse or worked in vaccination centres are you looking for your next career opportunity then this opportunity will see you using all your clinical skills.
      • richmond, london
      • permanent
      • United Response
      Role: Support WorkerSalary: £ per hourHours: Full-time, Part-time and ReliefLocation: Richmond - Central Kingston, Teddington, EpsomAre you looking for a role with variety?Are you keen to make a difference to people’s lives?We are currently looking for support workers to join our friendly, busy, professional and dynamic support teams based in several locations across Richmond. This is a great opportunity, you will work as part of a team of support workers striving to make experiences and situations positive for the people we support. You will promote their individual choice, prompt independence, this will include community link and developing relationships, volunteering opportunities and life skills. Passionate about making a difference in people’s we support lives.What would you be doing?As a Support Worker you would have a varied role supporting individuals with a range of disabilities, you would be responsible for:Encouraging independenceSupport people to manage their health needs and liaising with health professionals.Supporting people to manage their own homes.Developing the life skills of the people we supportAssisting with personal financesSupport with personal hygieneSupporting with medicationProviding advice and problem solving when required.What we need from youHere at United Response, the most important thing to us is that you share in our values of being strong, united, responsive, creative an honest. We don’t ask for previous experience as you will be given all the training and support needed to help you become the best Support Worker possible. The people we support love their music and getting out in to the community whether that is going for walks or to the pub so we need you to have an energetic and outgoing personality that will encourage that. Given the increasing role IT plays in support work candidates should have a basic IT ability.What you get from us£ per hour20 days annual leave (increasing after 3 and 5 years’ service)Pension contributionAccess to free occupational health, physiotherapy, counselling and advice servicesTravel to work scheme (season ticket loan)Access to an online shopping platform with discounts from over 3,500 retailersPlease note that successful applicants will be subject to a full DBS check and this role will involve weekend and evening shifts as well as the possibility of accompanying the people we support on holiday so flexibility is essential.#STH
      • southall, london
      • full-time
      • Four Seasons Health Care Group
      Working as a Senior Care Assistant you will support the running of the overall care team and work with others across the shift to ensure continuity of services to our ; You will create a welcoming, supportive and stimulating environment and build relationships with both residents and their ; As one of the largest healthcare providers in the UK it’s important to us to couple great care with meaningful and enjoyable experiences.As a Senior Care Assistant you will be:Responsible for delivering a high quality of care and providing support and guidance to the care team and leading by exampleReviewing and updating care plans ensuring they meets residents needs and wishesPlanning and reviewing staff rota’s to ensure care support is available at all timesPromoting high standards of care by ensuring you deliver exceptional care duties and all staff are supervised appropriately and shifts run smoothly and efficientlyEnsuring all areas across the Care Home are kept clean, tidy and pleasant for all residents and family membersCommunicating professional and warmly with visitors, family members and other health care professionalsPromoting the Home in a professional manner and raise awareness of the Home within the local communityTo succeed you will be:A positive individual and adopt a person centred approachA team player who engages well with othersA strong communicator and influencerPassionate about offering a superior service and want to make a differenceA leader and be willing to take ownership for the delivery of quality careA glass half full person, with a sense of humour and a positive outlookOur Senior Care Assistants must hold a minimum of NVQ level 2 in Health and Social Care and can evidence working in a health care environmentWe offer you a great range of benefits, which include:Competitive salaryGenerous holiday entitlementVarious shifts available including working 3 days on and 4 days offRefer a Friend scheme of £150 (unlimited referrals)Free mealsAccess to excellent trainingCareer development opportunitiesDiscounts and benefits suited to your lifestyleFree onsite parkingFree uniformNEST work place pension contributionsLong service awards
      • kingston-upon-thames, london
      • full-time
      • Four Seasons Health Care Group
      We are currently recruiting for a Bank Care ; If you’re a kind, warm and compassionate person and like to have a positive impact on peoples’ lives, then working as a Regional Bank Care Assistant will be the right role for ;As one of the largest healthcare providers in the UK it’s important to us to couple great care with meaningful and enjoyable experiences.As a Regional Bank Care Assistant you will work across a number of care homes, which is to cover holiday, absence and maternity leave and will work at different homesWe offer you a great range of benefits, which include:Competitive hourly rates uplift included on hourly rate to cover annual leaveVarious shifts availableflexible working hours to suit your lifestyleFree mealsAccess to excellent trainingCareer development opportunitiesFree onsite parkingFriendly working environmentFree Enhanced DBSFree uniformDiscounts and benefits suited to your lifestyleAs a Bank Care Assistant you will be:Delivering quality personal care to each of our residentsSupporting them with daily activities such as washing, dressing, eating and maintaining personal hygieneProviding care, warmth and kindness to help make a differenceDeveloping relationships with relatives to help support you in understanding their needs and developing the personal careTo succeed you will beA team player who engages well with othersStrong communicator and influencerConfident in developing relationships quickly in different locationsEnergetic and hard-workingFlexible and adaptable to changeAble to drive, hold a full licence and have access to a carPassionate about offering superior services and want to make a differenceA glass half full person, with a sense of humour and a positive outlookWe provide you with excellent learning, development and support opportunities, to equip you with the knowledge and skills to make a real difference in the role.Have you got experience of working in the NHS, as a community worker, or worked in vaccination centres are you looking for a more flexible way of working then this opportunity will be perfect for you.
      • edgware, london
      • full-time
      • Pharmaxo
      Clinical Homecare NurseAbout usPharmaxo Pharmacy Services Ltd is a specialist pharmacy and clinical homecare provider in an expanding market offering greater choice and convenience to patients whilst delivering value and efficiencies to the NHS and private sector.About the roleDue to continued success and growth of Pharmaxo we are recruiting full and part time Clinical Homecare Nurses in the North West London area. Our nurses assume responsibility for providing a first-class clinical service to patients being treated for a variety of health conditions, which is crucial to ensure excellent ongoing patient care.You must be able to show demonstrable competency, technical and professional expertise in relation to planning, organizational skills and ; You must be patient and customer focused with an awareness of the current and future business requirements. You will be an ambassador for our company whilst delivering excellence in patient care and education out in the community. Through regular and active communication you will be a key member of our team by forging first class relationships with our Healthcare partners.About youWe are looking for someone that is passionate about making a difference to patient lives, dedicated to improving company processes, has a drive to be an expert in what they do, wants to be part of our fantastic company community and is as committed to their career training and progression as we are. Do you have the qualities that we are looking for? If so you could join our friendly and dynamic team.We are seeking individuals who have strong interpersonal skills and the ability to build rapport with patients and clinicians. You will work flexibly and have a commitment to attend study days which are deemed necessary for the development of both the company and you.You must have:•Excellent cannulation/phlebotomy skills•Experience in standard and complex infusion therapies•Commitment to maintain your professional development•Ability to work independently and within a team•Full NMC registration•Full Driving license•Willingness to travel in order to meet the needs of the services provided•Chemotherapy/SACT experience would be an advantageKey Accountabilities to include:•To continuously update nursing knowledge ensuring in line with current legislation and best practice•Administration of prescribed medicines to patients out of the hospital setting, either in a community or the patient’s home•Maintaining accurate record keeping relating to patient treatment•Clinical Competency•Regulatory ComplianceIn return we offer rewards and benefits including:•Competitive salary (depending on experience, knowledge and skills)•33 days holiday (including bank holidays)•Company bonus scheme upon successful completion of probation•Generous pension scheme•Life assurance•Private medical insurance•Company car (full time) or car allowance (part time)•Reimbursement of NMC fees•Uniform provided•Ongoing training and support with revalidationCommit to ; Join our team “Where patients come first”.By clicking ’apply’ you will be taken to our careers page to complete your application.
      • twickenham, london
      • United Response
      Role: Relief Waking Nights Support Worker Salary: £ per hourLocation: TwickenhamAre you looking for a role with variety?Are you keen to make a difference to people’s lives?We are currently recruiting for dedicated and compassionate individuals to join us as Relief Waking Nights Support Workers and help us provide the best person-centred support possible. This is a great opportunity to join a friendly, supported and experienced team with the chance to work within one of our residential services in the Twickenham area.As a Support Worker you will be responsible for:Helping with daily chores such as cooking and cleaningAdministering medicationManual handlingPersonal careChecking in on the people we supportNecessary administrative tasksDealing with some minor challenging behavioursWhat we need from youHere at United Response, the most important thing to us is that you share in our values of being strong, united, responsive, creative an honest. We don’t ask for previous experience as you will be given all the training and support needed to help you become the best Support Worker possible. The people we support love their music and getting out in to the community whether that is going for walks or to the pub so we need you to have an energetic and outgoing personality that will encourage that. Given the increasing role IT plays in support work candidates should have a basic IT ability.In return for your hard work and dedication, you will get £ per hourPension contributionAccess to free occupational health, physiotherapy, counselling and advice servicesTravel to work scheme (season ticket loan)Access to an online shopping platform with discounts from over 3,500 retailersPlease note this role will include elements of weekend and bank holiday work so flexibility is desirable. Successful applicants will be subject to a full DBS check.
      • cricklewood, london
      • full-time
      • Four Seasons Health Care Group
      We are currently recruiting for a Bank Care ; If you’re a kind, warm and compassionate person and like to have a positive impact on peoples’ lives, then working as a Regional Bank Care Assistant will be the right role for ;As one of the largest healthcare providers in the UK it’s important to us to couple great care with meaningful and enjoyable experiences.As a Regional Bank Care Assistant you will work across a number of care homes, which is to cover holiday, absence and maternity leave and will work at different homesWe offer you a great range of benefits, which include:Competitive hourly rates uplift included on hourly rate to cover annual leaveVarious shifts availableflexible working hours to suit your lifestyleFree mealsAccess to excellent trainingCareer development opportunitiesFree onsite parkingFriendly working environmentFree Enhanced DBSFree uniformDiscounts and benefits suited to your lifestyleAs a Bank Care Assistant you will be:Delivering quality personal care to each of our residentsSupporting them with daily activities such as washing, dressing, eating and maintaining personal hygieneProviding care, warmth and kindness to help make a differenceDeveloping relationships with relatives to help support you in understanding their needs and developing the personal careTo succeed you will beA team player who engages well with othersStrong communicator and influencerConfident in developing relationships quickly in different locationsEnergetic and hard-workingFlexible and adaptable to changeAble to drive, hold a full licence and have access to a carPassionate about offering superior services and want to make a differenceA glass half full person, with a sense of humour and a positive outlookWe provide you with excellent learning, development and support opportunities, to equip you with the knowledge and skills to make a real difference in the role.Have you got experience of working in the NHS, as a community worker, or worked in vaccination centres are you looking for a more flexible way of working then this opportunity will be perfect for you.
      • richmond, london
      • permanent
      • United Response
      Role: Community Support WorkerSalary: £ per hourLocation: RichmondAre you looking for a role with variety?Are you keen to make a difference to people’s lives?We are currently looking for support workers to join our friendly, busy, professional and dynamic community support team based in Richmond, Kingston and Epsom. This is a great opportunity, you will work as part of a team of support workers striving to make experiences and situations positive for the people we support. You will promote their individual choice, prompt independence, this will include community link and developing relationships, volunteering opportunities and life skills. Passionate about making a difference in people’s we support lives.What would you be doing?As a Support Worker you would have a varied role supporting individuals with a range of disabilities, you would be responsible for:Encouraging independenceSupport people to manage their health needs and liaising with health professionals.Supporting people to manage their own homes.Developing the life skills of the people we supportAssisting with personal financesSupport with personal hygieneSupporting with medicationProviding advice and problem solving when required.What we need from youHere at United Response, the most important thing to us is that you share in our values of being strong, united, responsive, creative an honest. We don’t ask for previous experience as you will be given all the training and support needed to help you become the best Support Worker possible. The people we support love their music and getting out in to the community whether that is going for walks or to the pub so we need you to have an energetic and outgoing personality that will encourage that. Given the increasing role IT plays in support work candidates should have a basic IT ability.What you get from us£ per hour20 days annual leave (increasing after 3 and 5 years’ service)Pension contributionAccess to free occupational health, physiotherapy, counselling and advice servicesTravel to work scheme (season ticket loan)Access to an online shopping platform with discounts from over 3,500 retailersSuccessful candidates will be subject to a full DBS check.#STH
      • hammersmith, london
      • full-time
      • Not For Profit People
      Support WorkerWe are looking for a Support Worker with an understanding of adults with learning disabilities and/or autism and the barriers they face within the community.Our client is an independent local charity supporting children and adults with learning disabilities and their carers and families. If you enjoy meeting and interacting with people, then apply today!Job Title: Support WorkerLocation: Hammersmith (and surrounding London boroughs as required)Salary: £ per hourHours: Full (36hours) or part timeContract: PermanentBenefits: The annual leave entitlement is 25 days in addition to Bank Holidays, 3% Employer Contribution Pension and an Employee Assistance ProgrammeClose Date: 9th July 2022About the role: As a Support Worker, you will support people with learning disabilities in their personal, social and health care needs as required.Your main duties and responsibilities include:Supporting service users to maintain aspects of their daily lives.Providing help with personal care, including supporting with specialist hoist equipment where neededProviding help with eating, drinking, and monitoring overall healthFacilitating social events or activities through our weekly scheduleCreating opportunities for service users to develop, establish and maintain personal relationships and social networks.Encouraging greater participation and integration in their communityLiaising with families, friends, advocates, external agencies, and the management team to provide a consistent approach that meets the individual needs of each service userMonitoring progress of service users and share information where neededSupporting people to be as independent as they can beSupporting people to understand and make informed choices about their lifeTreating all service users with dignity, respect and facilitate inclusion in all aspects of supportAbout you: As a Support Worker, you will be a caring, compassionate, and enthusiastic person who understands adults with learning disabilities and/or autism and the barriers they face within the community.The following skills and experience are required:An understanding of the different ways people with learning disabilities communicatesTaking initiatives, being motivated and accountableFlexible worker with the ability to cover pre-allocated shifts, anytime Monday to SaturdayAble to support clients who are wheelchair usersAble to learn and work within safeguarding guidelines and other policies and proceduresTeam player with good understanding of system dynamicsObservant and sensitive to service users' needsAble to undertake personal care dutiesEmpathetic and inclusive towards service usersGood written and verbal communication skillsEnjoy meeting and interacting with peopleCompetent swimmerThe Charity value a diverse and inclusive workplace, they welcome applications from everyone, so come as you are and join their team!This position requires an enhanced DBS check and will require you to complete Safeguarding training within three months of appointment and refresher training thereafterWe very much welcome previous experience working as Home Carer, Care Worker, Health Care Assistant, Support Worker, Nurses, Social Care Worker, Care Assistant, Mental Health Care Worker, Voluntary Worker, etc.
      • kingston-upon-thames, london
      • full-time
      • Four Seasons Health Care Group
      We are looking for Registered ; If you have a passion for enhancing the quality of life then working in our nursing home will be the right role for ; As one of the largest healthcare providers in the UK it’s important to us to couple great care with meaningful and enjoyable experiences.As a Registered Nurse you will need to have a current NMC registration and a good knowledge of the most up-to-date clinical practices.We offer a great range of benefits, which includeWelcome Bonus of £1500 paid in two installments at 3 and 6 monthsRecommend a Nurse Scheme of £1000Competitive salaryGenerous holiday entitlementFree mealsOngoing personal development plan and career progressionCompany Pension SchemeFriendly Working EnvironmentFree Enhanced DBS Check and uniformExcellent career development opportunitiesFull time and part time opportunitiesDiscounts and benefits suited to your lifestyleAs a Registered Nurse you will be:Leading a team of care staff to deliver exceptional careProducing well-developed care plans and detailed risk assessments, with an understanding of regulatory frameworksMaintain accurate documentation and resident records whilst incorporating the use of modern technologyOverseeing all aspects of medicine management on your shift in accordance with company policies and current legislationResponsible for making decisions in a timely mannerUtilising your clinical skills to provide guidance and support to all team membersMaking decisions and taking action in a timely mannerSupporting, guiding, teaching and mentoring others in line with the NMC Code, following its guidance at all ;To succeed you will be:A Registered Nurse with the ability to lead a team of care staffPassionate about delivering great care and supporting the residents and their familiesA team player who engages well with othersA sense of humour and positive outlookAble to communicate effectively at all levelsAble to demonstrate awareness and understanding of the CI/CQQ/RQIA National Care StandardsDemonstrate an understanding and application of relevant legislation in relation to the roleAble to deliver nursing care in a clinical environmentHave you got experience of working in the NHS, a Community Nurse, staff nurse or worked in vaccination centres are you looking for your next career opportunity then this opportunity will see you using all your clinical skills.
      • kingston upon thames, london
      • full-time
      • Kingston College
      Working under the guidance of the Speech and Language Therapist, you will carry out Speech and Language Therapy recommendations to support learners with communication differences such as ASD, learning disabilities and complex needs.You will liaise with the teaching teams and family/carers to provide a co-ordinated approach and ensure Speech and Language Therapy recommendations are integrated into each learner’s day. Monitoring therapeutic recommendations to ensure effectiveness, you will contribute and carry out Holistic support plans and prepare contributions for EHCP reviews as required.We’d like our Speech and Language Therapy Assistant to have previous experience of working with a caseload of young adults with a wide range of communication differences and support needs. You’ll have experience of devising and implementing Speech and Language Therapy recommendations and of contributing to assessment reports or feedback for a wide audience.Working as part of a multi-disciplinary team is a key part of the role. You will be able to support through the delivery of quality therapeutic recommendations, communication development, staff development and student success.Hours: It’s a permanent, full-time position (36 hours per week and 52 weeks per year).Location: This is a cross-site position with the main location being Kingston collegeClosing date for the return of an online application form is 29th June 2022The benefits package includes generous annual leave of 23 plus up to 7 additional days over Christmas/New Year as well as an additional 5 days Wellbeing leave to enhance employees’ physical and mental health. This leave is all in addition to Bank Holiday entitlement. There is an excellent pension scheme that receives a significant financial contribution from the employer (Teachers Pensions or Local Government Pension Scheme), subsidised sports facilities and professional development and training plus a salary sacrifice cycle to work scheme.South Thames Colleges Group is an equal opportunities employer and is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and vulnerable adults.The South Thames Colleges Group is made up of Carshalton College, Kingston College, Merton College and South Thames College, which merged on 1 August 2017. South Thames Colleges Group is one of London’s largest providers of post-16 education and training and is an ongoing and significant contributor to its local communities. We aim to put students’ success at the heart of everything we do.We are looking for hard-working and collaborative people who can join our team and help challenge our students to progress and achieve.
      • wembley, london
      • full-time
      • Barchester Healthcare
      ABOUT THE ROLEAs a Peripatetic Nurse (RGN/RMN) at Barchester, you’ll travel across your region to deliver the high clinical standards we’re known for. We’ll look to you to lead a multi-disciplinary team to make sure that on each shift, at every location, all of our residents get the highest quality care. You can expect a wide range of responsibilities, from making sure new residents are settling in, to helping advance your team members’ skills, and developing care plans that are tailored to our residents’ physical and mental needs. As a Peripatetic Nurse, you’ll have the freedom and autonomy to do things the right way – and be truly valued and respected for what you do.ABOUT YOUTo join us as a Peripatetic Nurse, you’ll need to be a Registered Nurse (RGN/RMN) with a current NMC registration and a teaching, mentoring or supervision qualification. A strong, up-to-date clinical knowledge is important, as is a good understanding of key regulatory frameworks, including the safe administration of medicines, Royal Pharmaceutical guidelines, and NMC standards. We’ll also look for a successful track record of producing care plans and detailed risk assessments. Dedicated and ambitious, you’ll be able to lead by example – your can-do approach and excellent communication skills will motivate the teams in each Barchester care home you work with. REWARDS PACKAGEIn return for your dedication, you’ll receive a competitive salary plus our sector-leading benefits and rewards package including:• NMC registration paid every year• Free training and development for all roles• Access to wellbeing and support tools • A range of retail discounts and savings• ‘Nurse Mentor’ and ‘Refer a Friend’ bonus schemes• Offer to pay Health & Care Worker Visa immigration fees (for eligible nurses)And so much more!If you’d like to use your clinical and people skills in an organisation that provides the quality care you’d expect for your loved ones, this is an empowering and rewarding place to be.ref:224466
      • wembley, london
      • full-time
      • Barchester Healthcare
      ABOUT THE ROLEAre you a Newly Qualified Nurse (RGN/RMN) looking to take the first step in a rewarding career? Are you looking to expand your skills and knowledge within an established, skilled, and supportive team? Barchester Healthcare is the only care provider in the UK to be accredited as one of the best companies to work for in 2019, and is a fantastic place to begin your nursing journey! You will be trained in the delivery of niche care and the use of specialist equipment. We offer mentorship and guidance throughout your first year, alongside ongoing training and progression opportunities throughout your experience with Barchester. ABOUT YOUIf you are a passionate and ambitious Registered Nurse from any discipline, we would love to hear from you! You must have a valid NMC PIN and nursing qualification, and we will provide the preceptorship training. REWARDS PACKAGEAlongside a competitive starting salary, Barchester offers one of the best progression paths and benefits package in the sector! Rewards include:• £2000 Golden Hello*• Unlimited access to Refer a Friend scheme• Rewarding Excellence bonus• Retail and leisure vouchers• Free access to counselling and medical advice• Support and mentorship from highly skilled clinical staffQuality is at the heart of everything we do. If you are looking for a role to celebrate the lives of the people you care for, Barchester is a rewarding and empowering place to be.ref:224466
      • isleworth, london
      • full-time
      • Barchester Healthcare
      ABOUT THE ROLEAs a Peripatetic Nurse (RGN/RMN) at Barchester, you’ll travel across your region to deliver the high clinical standards we’re known for. We’ll look to you to lead a multi-disciplinary team to make sure that on each shift, at every location, all of our residents get the highest quality care. You can expect a wide range of responsibilities, from making sure new residents are settling in, to helping advance your team members’ skills, and developing care plans that are tailored to our residents’ physical and mental needs. As a Peripatetic Nurse, you’ll have the freedom and autonomy to do things the right way – and be truly valued and respected for what you do.ABOUT YOUTo join us as a Peripatetic Nurse, you’ll need to be a Registered Nurse (RGN/RMN) with a current NMC registration and a teaching, mentoring or supervision qualification. A strong, up-to-date clinical knowledge is important, as is a good understanding of key regulatory frameworks, including the safe administration of medicines, Royal Pharmaceutical guidelines, and NMC standards. We’ll also look for a successful track record of producing care plans and detailed risk assessments. Dedicated and ambitious, you’ll be able to lead by example – your can-do approach and excellent communication skills will motivate the teams in each Barchester care home you work with. REWARDS PACKAGEAs well as a competitive salary, Barchester offers one of the best rewards packages in the care sector. Your generous benefits would include:• Free learning and development • Automatic enrolment into our profit share scheme • A range of holiday, retail and leisure discounts • Nurse Mentor and Refer a Friend bonus schemes • Offer to pay Skilled Worker visa application fee for eligible nursesIf you’d like to use your clinical and people skills in an organisation that provides the quality care you’d expect for your loved ones, this is an empowering and rewarding place to be.ref:224466
      • richmond, london
      • full-time
      • Web Recruit
      Care Assistants (Richmond)Working within one of our clients’ two Care Homes in Southwest London (Richmond)Salary: £19,672 per annum (FTE)Permanent, full-timeCasualThe OfferOur client’s Care Assistants salary is £19,672 per annum for 37 hours of work, which is three shifts of 12 hours and 20 minutes each.Whilst their headline hourly rate is £ per hour that includes a one hour paid break each day. The hourly rate for hours actually worked is therefore higher, £ per hour of work.Additional shifts are generally available for which they offer an enhanced rate of pay. They also offer double time for all bank holidays.They can be flexible to accommodate other lengths of shift, for example covering their busiest times.They are passionate about their colleagues Learning, Development and Career progression, so they support their Care colleagues with achieving their Care Certificates if required, which empowers their colleagues to deliver the best dementia care and support for their residents.They also sponsor their care colleagues in various apprenticeship programmes from Adult Care Worker Level 2, up to Level 5 diploma qualifications in care management - depending on their roles.Our client’s colleagues enjoy the benefits of their Cycle to Work scheme and benefit from their Refer a Friend scheme. Depending on how long colleagues have worked with them, they enjoy enhanced maternity pay and enhanced pay when off work due to illness. Colleagues also enjoy paid breaks and enhanced pay when they work on bank holidays. About The OrganisationOur client is a forward-thinking and innovative charitable provider of housing, care, and bespoke services exclusively for older people in London. They have 90 years' experience of retirement home design and living in London. They are very proud of the 'family' feel of their Care Homes.They appreciate it's been a challenging time for everyone. So, if you are seeking a new job or a casual role where you can get paid while making a massive difference to the lives of their residents, then apply now.You will work alongside an amazing team that care passionately about their residents. They work hard to keep residents engaged, active and enjoying their lives. Whether you would like to support residents directly with their physical care and personal hygiene needs or instead help our client in maintaining high levels of cleanliness across their homes, you can make a real contribution.About youYou will need:- Good communication skills- Basic literacy and numeracy skills- To be compassionate and patient- Ideally some experience in a caring industry, for example hospitality or schools- To pass our client’s DBS checkEven better if you have previous experience of a care environment, providing personal care or knowledge of dementia.Our client cannot wait to hear from you! Apply as soon as possible with your most updated CV.This vacancy is being advertised by Webrecruit. The services advertised by Webrecruit are those of an Employment Agency.
      • brentford, london
      • full-time
      • Ami Home Care
      Job Title: Care workerLocation: BrentfordSalary: £ £ per hourJob type: Full Time /Part Time- Permanent.Working hours: Full time/ part time rotas available with clients in local area.Monday- Sunday - flexible hours- mornings, evenings, weekends rotas available.The Role:AMI Home Care Ltd is looking for male and female Care Workers in FELTHAM/BRENTFORD/ ISLEWORTH/CHISWICK/HOUNSLOW/HESTON area to help support people in their own home. Previous experience is not essential, however a caring nature is. You can work within your local area and enjoy a friendly and supportive team.Carer Requirements:Proof Right to work in the UK.Caring nature and reliability.Good written and spoken English language.We provide our clients with:Personal Care (assisting with a shower, dressing, medication… etc)Practical support such as laundry, cleaning, shopping, assistance with meal/ drink preparation.Benefits:Flexible working hours (you decide working days/ hours) which allow you to work around your commitments.Work in your local area.Paid holiday and pension scheme.Promotion and development opportunities.Friendly and supportive team.Opportunity to be enrol for fully funded NVQ level 2, 3 in Health and Social Care.Areas of work:Feltham, Bedfont, Hanworth, Brentford, Isleworth, Chiswick, Hounslow, Heston.If you want to be part of our fantastic team, then click APPLY today and we will be in touch!Candidates with the relevant experience or job titles of; Support Worker, Care Worker, Care Assistant, Domiciliary Care Assistant, Senior Care Assistant, Team Leader, Care Work Assistant, Resident Care Assistant, Resident Care Worker, Elderly Care Worker, Elderly Care Assistant, Elderly Support Worker, Elderly Care, Support Assistant, Enabler, Healthcare Assistant will also be considered for this role.
      • harrow weald, london
      • part-time
      • Barchester Healthcare
      ABOUT THE ROLEAs a Bank Peripatetic Nurse (RGN/RMN) at Barchester, you’ll travel across your region to deliver the high clinical standards we’re known for. We’ll look to you to lead a multi-disciplinary team to make sure that on each shift, at every location, all of our residents get the highest quality care. You can expect a wide range of responsibilities, from making sure new residents are settling in, to helping advance your team members’ skills, and developing care plans that are tailored to our residents’ physical and mental needs. As a Peripatetic Nurse, you’ll have the freedom and autonomy to do things the right way – and be truly valued and respected for what you do. ABOUT YOUTo join us as a Peripatetic Nurse, you’ll need to be a Registered Nurse (RGN/RMN) with a current NMC registration and a teaching, mentoring or supervision qualification. A strong, up-to-date clinical knowledge is important, as is a good understanding of key regulatory frameworks, including the safe administration of medicines, Royal Pharmaceutical guidelines, and NMC standards. We’ll also look for a successful track record of producing care plans and detailed risk assessments. Dedicated and ambitious, you’ll be able to lead by example – your can-do approach and excellent communication skills will motivate the teams in each Barchester care home you work with. REWARDS PACKAGEAs well as competitive pay, you can look forward to a role that offers true flexibility and plenty of free learning and development opportunities. As one of the UK’s leading healthcare providers, we take the growth of everyone who works for us seriously. As this is a Bank position to provide cover as and when we need it, such as for annual leave or sick leave, the hours and days you work will vary.If you’d like to use your clinical and people skills in an organisation that provides the quality care you’d expect for your loved ones, this is a rewarding and empowering place to be.ref:224466
      • wembley, london
      • part-time
      • Barchester Healthcare
      ABOUT THE ROLEAs a Bank Peripatetic Nurse (RGN/RMN) at Barchester, you’ll travel across your region to deliver the high clinical standards we’re known for. We’ll look to you to lead a multi-disciplinary team to make sure that on each shift, at every location, all of our residents get the highest quality care. You can expect a wide range of responsibilities, from making sure new residents are settling in, to helping advance your team members’ skills, and developing care plans that are tailored to our residents’ physical and mental needs. As a Peripatetic Nurse, you’ll have the freedom and autonomy to do things the right way – and be truly valued and respected for what you do. ABOUT YOUTo join us as a Peripatetic Nurse, you’ll need to be a Registered Nurse (RGN/RMN) with a current NMC registration and a teaching, mentoring or supervision qualification. A strong, up-to-date clinical knowledge is important, as is a good understanding of key regulatory frameworks, including the safe administration of medicines, Royal Pharmaceutical guidelines, and NMC standards. We’ll also look for a successful track record of producing care plans and detailed risk assessments. Dedicated and ambitious, you’ll be able to lead by example – your can-do approach and excellent communication skills will motivate the teams in each Barchester care home you work with. REWARDS PACKAGEAs well as competitive pay, you can look forward to a role that offers true flexibility and plenty of free learning and development opportunities. As one of the UK’s leading healthcare providers, we take the growth of everyone who works for us seriously. As this is a Bank position to provide cover as and when we need it, such as for annual leave or sick leave, the hours and days you work will vary.If you’d like to use your clinical and people skills in an organisation that provides the quality care you’d expect for your loved ones, this is a rewarding and empowering place to be.ref:224466
      • kingston upon thames, london
      • part-time
      • Kingston College
      The role of Sessional Lecturer will sit within our Early Years section and have a specific teaching remit on the new HNC Social Work (Children, Young People and Families pathway) programme. This course is predominantly coursework based; therefore, we are seeking an innovative practitioner to design engaging coursework assignments that inspire our learners. As Sessional Lecturer, you’ll also be involved in internal verification activities and organising and taking part in external verification.We’re looking for an individual who holds a degree or relevant professional qualification in Social Work and who has proven industry experience. With excellent teaching skills, you will be able to support, motivate and empathise with young learners and monitor their progress. You’ll have energy, enthusiasm and passion for the subject and education and have an awareness of academic quality standards.A teaching qualification is not essential however we do ask that you are willing to achieve one in line with current regulations.This position is to commence in September 2022.Closing date for the return of completed applications is 30th June 2022South Thames Colleges Group is an equal opportunities employer and is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and vulnerable adults.The benefits package includes generous annual leave, pension scheme, subsidised sports facilities and professional development and training.The South Thames Colleges Group is made up of Carshalton College, Kingston College, Merton College and South Thames College, which merged on 1 August 2017. South Thames Colleges Group is one of London’s largest providers of post-16 education and training and is an ongoing and significant contributor to its local communities. We aim to put students’ success at the heart of everything we do.We are looking for hard-working and collaborative people who can join our team and help challenge our students to achieve and progress.When you click on ‘Apply’, you will be forwarded to the application page which sits on a platform hosted by an external partner called Blue Octopus who support STCG throughout the recruitment process.
      • wembley, london
      • part-time
      • Barchester Healthcare
      ABOUT THE ROLEAs a Bank Registered Nurse at a Barchester care home, you’ll look after the physical, psychological and social needs of our residents to help us deliver the quality care they deserve. We’ll look to you to create a safe and supportive environment for residents with range of physical and mental needs, whilst also relying on your professional judgement to make critical clinical decisions. You can expect a wide range of responsibilities, from developing tailored care plans to providing medicine safely and delivering excellence across everything you do. As a Registered Nurse (RGN), you’ll have the freedom and autonomy to do things the right way – and be truly valued and respected for what you do. ABOUT YOUYou’ll need to have current NMC registration and a good knowledge of the most up-to-date clinical practices to join us as a Registered Nurse (RGN). Experience of producing well-developed care plans and detailed risk assessments is important too, as is an understanding of regulatory frameworks, including DoLs/MCA and Royal Pharmaceutical guidelines. Dedicated and compassionate, you’ll pride yourself on your person-centred, thoughtful approach to nursing. REWARDS PACKAGEAs well as competitive pay, you can look forward to a role that offers true flexibility and plenty of free learning and development opportunities. As one of the UK’s leading healthcare providers, we take the growth of everyone who works for us seriously. As this is a Bank position to provide cover as and when we need it, such as for annual leave or sick leave, the hours and days you work will vary.If you’d like to use your clinical and people skills in an organisation that provides the quality care you’d expect for your loved ones, this is a rewarding and empowering place to be.ref:224466
      • harrow weald, london
      • full-time
      • Barchester Healthcare
      ABOUT THE ROLEA £2000 Golden Hello is just one of the ways we’ll reward you when you join Barchester in this role.As a Senior Nurse at a Barchester care home, you’ll look after the physical, psychological and social needs of our residents to help us deliver the quality care they deserve. We’ll look to you to create a safe and supportive environment for residents with range of physical and mental needs, whilst also relying on your professional judgement to make critical clinical decisions. You can expect a wide range of responsibilities, from developing tailored care plans to providing medicine safely and delivering excellence across everything you do. As a Registered Nurse (RGN), you’ll have the freedom and autonomy to do things the right way – and be truly valued and respected for what you do. ABOUT YOUYou’ll need to have current NMC registration and a good knowledge of the most up-to-date clinical practices to join us as a Registered Nurse (RGN). Experience of producing well-developed care plans and detailed risk assessments is important too, as is an understanding of regulatory frameworks, including DoLs/MCA and Royal Pharmaceutical guidelines. Dedicated and compassionate, you’ll pride yourself on your person-centred, thoughtful approach to nursing. REWARDS PACKAGEAs well as a competitive salary, Barchester offers one of the best rewards packages in the care sector. Your generous benefits would include:• A £2,000 Golden Hello*• Free learning and development• Automatic enrolment into our profit share scheme• A range of holiday, retail and leisure discounts• Nurse Mentor and Refer a Friend bonus schemes• Offer to pay Tier 2 visa application fee for eligible nursesIf you’d like to use your clinical and people skills in an organisation that provides the quality care you’d expect for your loved ones, this is a rewarding and empowering place to be.*Terms and conditions apply.ref:224466
      • twickenham, london
      • United Response
      Role: Relief Support WorkerSalary: £ per hourLocation: TwickenhamAre you looking for a role with variety?Are you keen to make a difference to people’s lives?We are currently recruiting for dedicated and compassionate individuals to join us as Relief Support Workers and help us provide the best person-centred support possible. This is a great opportunity to join a friendly, supported and experienced team with the chance to work within one of our residential services in the Twickenham area.The role As a Relief Support Worker you would have a varied role supporting individuals with a range of disabilities and complex needs, you would be responsible for:Encouraging the people we support to get out and aboutAccompanying on leisure trips and holidaysCreating a fun and environment for the people we support to live inAssisting with jobs around the houseDeveloping the life skills of the people we supportHelping with personal financesSupporting people with their personal care and feeding needsAdministering medicationWhat we need from you Here at United Response, the most important thing to us is that you share in our values of being strong, united, responsive, creative an honest. We don’t ask for previous experience as you will be given all the training and support needed to help you become the best Support Worker possible. The people we support love their music and getting out in to the community whether that is going for walks or to the pub so we need you to have an energetic and outgoing personality that will encourage that. Given the increasing role IT plays in support work candidates should have a basic IT ability.In return for your hard work and dedication, you will get £ per hourPension contributionAccess to free occupational health, physiotherapy, counselling and advice servicesTravel to work scheme (season ticket loan)Access to an online shopping platform with discounts from over 3,500 retailersPlease note that successful applicants will be subject to a full DBS check and this role will involve weekend and evening shifts.#SP
      • twickenham, london
      • full-time
      • Barchester Healthcare
      ABOUT THE ROLEAs a Unit Nurse Manager (General) at a Barchester care home, you’ll use your compassion and initiative to make sure our residents get the quality care they deserve. We’ll look to you to plan, manage and monitor the delivery of nursing that meets all of our residents’ needs. This means you’ll implement person-centred care plans that make a real difference to our residents’ day-to-day lives. As part of your wide range of responsibilities, you can expect to plan rotas, recruit, train and mentor staff and build relationships with local regulators and social services. In the role of Unit Nurse Manager (General), you’ll have the freedom and autonomy to take your unit from strength to strength, with plenty of opportunities for professional development along the way. ABOUT YOUTo join us as a Unit Nurse Manager (General), you’ll need to be a Registered Nurse (RGN) with a current NMC registration. Experience in producing well-developed care plans and detailed risk assessments is important, as is an up-to-date knowledge of recent clinical practices and regulatory frameworks, including DoLs/MCA and Royal Pharmaceutical guidelines. You’ll be a natural leader who has acted as a clinical mentor, including supporting newly qualified nurses through their preceptorship. Dedicated, ambitious and resilient, you’ll have a strong track record of delivering improvements to achieve quality care. REWARDS PACKAGEAs well as a competitive salary, Barchester offers one of the best rewards packages in the care sector. Your generous benefits would include: • Free learning and development • Automatic enrolment into our profit share scheme • A range of holiday, retail and leisure discounts • Nurse Mentor and Refer a Friend bonus schemes • Offer to pay Skilled Worker visa application fee for eligible nursesIf you’d like to use your clinical and people skills in an organisation that provides the quality care you’d expect for your loved ones, this is a rewarding and empowering place to be. ref:224466
      • chiswick, london
      • full-time
      • Web Recruit
      Band 3 Healthcare Assistant / PhlebotomistChiswick, LondonWith the expansion of our client’s health team, they are currently looking to recruit a Healthcare Assistant / Phlebotomist based at their clinic in Chiswick. The successful applicant will join a multi-disciplinary team and play an active role in providing an exceptional service to clients. This dual role will be responsible for ensuring customers have an excellent experience while in the clinic for an appointment, including taking blood, urine, personal measurements, such as weight, height, BMI, pulse, and ECGs etc and logging these on to the relevant computer systems (Patient Information System/PIS). These are private clients, and they should be made to feel comfortable at all times. In line with Care Quality Commission guidelines, the successful candidate will be required to undergo an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check before commencing employment.The Candidate:Essential:- Phlebotomy certificate of competence.- 1 year’s experience of blood draws.- Excellent communication, organisational and interpersonal skills.- Strong attention to detail.- Committed and flexible.- Willingness to travel.- Team player.Desirable:- Experience in private healthcare.- Efficient with all Microsoft packages.- Valid driving licence.About Our Client:Our client is a unique collaboration of scientific innovation and medical application, specialising in personalised and preventive health programmes. As global specialists in clinical diagnostics, they offer direct access to a portfolio of hundreds of biomarker tests, proteomics, and genomics measurements. This fusion of scientific intelligence and clinical acumen enables earlier diagnosis and treatment of current health problems, potential prevention of future health problems and allows individuals to take control of their health and improve their overall wellbeing.Tailored to the needs of each person, results are discussed; treatment and lifestyle options explored, and continued care provided directly to the public in a private setting to allow individuals to avail of biomarker blood testing to track and improve their wellbeing.So, if you’re seeking your next challenge as a Healthcare Assistant / Phlebotomist, please apply via the button shown. This vacancy is being advertised by Webrecruit. The services advertised by Webrecruit are those of an Employment Agency.
      • harrow weald, london
      • full-time
      • Barchester Healthcare
      ABOUT THE ROLEA £2000 Golden Hello is just one of the ways we’ll reward you when you join Barchester in this role.As a Night Nurse at a Barchester care home, you’ll look after the physical, psychological and social needs of our residents to help us deliver the quality care they deserve. We’ll look to you to create a safe and supportive environment for residents with range of physical and mental needs, whilst also relying on your professional judgement to make critical clinical decisions. You can expect a wide range of responsibilities, from developing tailored care plans to providing medicine safely and delivering excellence across everything you do. As a Registered Nurse (RGN), you’ll have the freedom and autonomy to do things the right way – and be truly valued and respected for what you do. ABOUT YOUYou’ll need to have current NMC registration and a good knowledge of the most up-to-date clinical practices to join us as a Registered Nurse (RGN). Experience of producing well-developed care plans and detailed risk assessments is important too, as is an understanding of regulatory frameworks, including DoLs/MCA and Royal Pharmaceutical guidelines. Dedicated and compassionate, you’ll pride yourself on your person-centred, thoughtful approach to nursing. REWARDS PACKAGEAs well as a competitive salary, Barchester offers one of the best rewards packages in the care sector. Your generous benefits would include:• A £2,000 Golden Hello*• Free learning and development• Automatic enrolment into our profit share scheme• A range of holiday, retail and leisure discounts• Nurse Mentor and Refer a Friend bonus schemes• Offer to pay Tier 2 visa application fee for eligible nursesIf you’d like to use your clinical and people skills in an organisation that provides the quality care you’d expect for your loved ones, this is a rewarding and empowering place to be.*Terms and conditions apply.ref:224466
      • teddington, london
      • permanent
      • United Response
      Role: Practice ManagerSalary: £27,000 to £29,000 per annumLocation: TeddingtonWho we areUnited Response is a leading national charity providing support to young people and adults with learning disabilities and mental health needs. We believe in championing the right of disabled people to live, work, socialise and participate in the community, free of discrimination and unnecessary boundaries.Making it happen- your roleAn important position has just become available for a Practice Manager at the home of three busy individuals who live in a beautiful bungalow in the Teddington area of Richmond. The primary focus of the role is to lead the team of dedicated, pro-active and experienced United Response Support Workers (“the Team”) who care for the three residents.The role of Practice Manager is challenging and rewarding in equal measure. You will work alongside the Area Service Manager, supported by the families of the residents, to ensure the Team deliver a high-quality service to enable the residents to live a busy, independent, productive and fulfilling life.The Practice Manager will have overall responsibility for the day to day running of a very busy home. You will organise and monitor 24 hour service provision to our clients, to the highest possible standard. You will lead, encourage, supervise and mentor the Team, as well as provide advice and guidance to the residents and their families.The Role – what it takesTo be a great Practice Manager, you will have experience, at management level, of working in social care. You will at minimum have an NVQ3 in Social Care or equivalent. Previous experience within a management or team leader role is essential. We would welcome those who are looking to progress further within the Social Care field and are prepared to study for an NVQ5 in Social Care Management.The ability to create and lead an engaged, motivated, positive and forward thinking Team is fundamental to the position, as is generating a sense of fun. For this reason the right candidate will be able to connect with all types of individuals, show compassion and treat everyone with dignity and respect.We also require excellent written and verbal communication skills and strong IT and numerical skills.The benefitsIn return for your passion and commitment, we offer a comprehensive benefits package including:Salary £27,000 to £29,000 per annum depending on experiencePaid Annual leavePension ContributionAccess to free occupational health, physiotherapy, counselling and advice servicesFully paid training and access to nationally recognised qualificationsTravel to work scheme (season ticket loan)Access to an online shopping platform with discounts from over 3,500 retailersPlus the chance to make a positive difference to someone’s life every day - which is the biggest perk of all!So what are you waiting for? Apply now! We look forward to receiving your application#STH
      • wembley, london
      • part-time
      • Barchester Healthcare
      ABOUT THE ROLEA £2000 Golden Hello is just one of the ways we’ll reward you when you join Barchester in this role.As a Registered Nurse (RGN/RMN) at a Barchester care home, you’ll look after the physical, psychological and social needs of our residents to help us deliver the quality care they deserve. We’ll look to you to create a safe and supportive environment for residents with range of physical and mental needs, whilst also relying on your professional judgement to make critical clinical decisions. You can expect a wide range of responsibilities, from developing tailored care plans to providing medicine safely and delivering excellence across everything you do. As a Registered Nurse (RGN/RMN), you’ll have the autonomy to do things the right way – and be truly valued and respected for what you do. ABOUT YOUYou’ll need to have current NMC registration and a good knowledge of the most up-to-date clinical practices to join us as a Registered Nurse (RGN/RMN). Experience of producing well-developed care plans and detailed risk assessments is important too, as is an understanding of regulatory frameworks, including DoLs/MCA and Royal Pharmaceutical guidelines. Dedicated and compassionate, you’ll pride yourself on your person-centred, thoughtful approach to nursing. achieve quality care. REWARDS PACKAGEIn return for your dedication, you’ll receive a competitive salary plus our sector-leading benefits and rewards package including:• A £2,000 Golden Hello*• NMC registration paid every year• Free training and development for all roles• Access to wellbeing and support tools • A range of retail discounts and savings• ‘Nurse Mentor’ and ‘Refer a Friend’ bonus schemes• Offer to pay Health & Care Worker Visa immigration fees (for eligible nurses)If you’d like to use your clinical and people skills in an organisation that provides the quality care you’d expect for your loved ones, this is a rewarding and empowering place to be.*Terms and conditions apply.ref:224466
      • southall, london
      • full-time
      • Four Seasons Health Care Group
      We are looking for Registered ; If you have a passion for enhancing the quality of life then working in our nursing home will be the right role for ; As one of the largest healthcare providers in the UK it’s important to us to couple great care with meaningful and enjoyable experiences.As a Registered Nurse you will need to have a current NMC registration and a good knowledge of the most up-to-date clinical practices.We offer a great range of benefits, which includeWelcome Bonus of £1500 paid in two installments at 3 and 6 monthsRecommend a Nurse Scheme of £1000Competitive salaryGenerous holiday entitlementFree mealsOngoing personal development plan and career progressionCompany Pension SchemeFriendly Working EnvironmentFree Enhanced DBS Check and uniformExcellent career development opportunitiesFull time and part time opportunitiesDiscounts and benefits suited to your lifestyleAs a Registered Nurse you will be:Leading a team of care staff to deliver exceptional careProducing well-developed care plans and detailed risk assessments, with an understanding of regulatory frameworksMaintain accurate documentation and resident records whilst incorporating the use of modern technologyOverseeing all aspects of medicine management on your shift in accordance with company policies and current legislationResponsible for making decisions in a timely mannerUtilising your clinical skills to provide guidance and support to all team membersMaking decisions and taking action in a timely mannerSupporting, guiding, teaching and mentoring others in line with the NMC Code, following its guidance at all ;To succeed you will be:A Registered Nurse with the ability to lead a team of care staffPassionate about delivering great care and supporting the residents and their familiesA team player who engages well with othersA sense of humour and positive outlookAble to communicate effectively at all levelsAble to demonstrate awareness and understanding of the CI/CQQ/RQIA National Care StandardsDemonstrate an understanding and application of relevant legislation in relation to the roleAble to deliver nursing care in a clinical environmentHave you got experience of working in the NHS, a Community Nurse, staff nurse or worked in vaccination centres are you looking for your next career opportunity then this opportunity will see you using all your clinical skills.
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