We are recruiting for Care Assistants on either a full time or part time basis (Days and / or Nights), to join our lovely team here at Sunrise of Beaconsfield (Up to £10.00 per hour, depending on experience).
When can you stop by?
Our Careers drop in week is running from 10th to 17th July. Simply get in touch to book a date which best suits you to stop by to see us, take a look around and even secure an interview / offer there and then if you're interested, between;
- Wednesday 10th July - 10am to 1pm
- Thursday 11th July - 10am to 1pm
- Friday 12th July - 10am to 1pm
- Saturday 13th July - 10am to 1pm
- Sunday 14th July - 10am to 1pm
- Monday 15th July - 10am to 1pm
- Tuesday 16th July - 10am to 1pm
- Wednesday 17th July - 10am to 1pm
Who are we?
Sunrise of Beaconsfield provides first class care to residents who require residential and dementia care. Respite rooms available for those needing to recover after a hospital stay or assistance when your carer is on holiday.
What is the fantastic opportunity?
Working as part of a highly committed team at Sunrise the Care Assistant is one of the key and fundamental roles within our communities. As Care Assistant you will put the residents care and wellbeing at the heart of everything you do.
Previous experience within the Care sector is not essential as we provide full comprehensive training. As an organisation we are extremely proud of the training and career development that we offer to all our team members. It’s really important for us and our residents to ensure that you to feel fully confident and comfortable in your role. All our new care team members undergo a 2 week induction programme including eLearning, commencement of your care certificate underpinning knowledge of 15 standards and practical sessions which include Memory Care Pathway, Falls documentation training, Dining experience and Allergen, Basic Care and Customer Service skills. We also arrange competency and shadow shifts as part of your training. Our Management team and Senior Care Assistants will be there every step of your career to guide and support you.
As we’re proud of being an employer of choice from April 2019 we’ve introduced our new career pay progression awards in recognition of our team members length of service and contribution . We will give you a 10p enhancement on your hourly rate after 6 months service, 20p after 12 months and 30p for 2 year’s service.
What's in it for you?
We believe that happier employees provide a better level of patient care and delivery in their role. You’ll receive regular training and supervision, along with development opportunities across the business.
We continue to reward our staff with competitive salaries and a number of employee benefits including.
- 28 days holiday inclusive of Bank Holidays
- Competitive pay enhancements
- Company sick pay
- Pension scheme
- Life Assurance
- Cycle to work scheme
- Green travel plan
- Refer a friend incentive
- Employee Assistance programme
- Good Samaritan Fund
- Heart & Soul company recognition programme
- ‘Your choices’ voluntary benefits – employee discounted scheme
- Wellbeing programmes
- Long service awards
- Recognition programmes
- Study support
- Ongoing career development training
What do you need to succeed?
We need a cheerful, compassionate person to carry out a wide range of general and personal care tasks, offering our residents emotional as well as physical support. Sound judgment, initiative and problem solving ability are extremely important. The ability to read, write and communicate in English will also be vital.
Key things about you;
A caring and compassionate attitude is essential.
Effective communication skills
Medication administration training and/or a willingness to undertake training if required
Simply apply to hear more, and we look forward to welcoming you (we'll get the kettle on!)