Support Worker (Ark Housing Association)
Linlithgow Service supports 9 people. There is 3 people in a House of Multiple Occupancy and 6 in their own individual homes. All the houses are situated round one courtyard which means there is a real community feel amongst both the Supported People and the Support Workers. Support needs within the service range from 24 hour a day support (including using the hoist and personal care) to those who just need help with finances, shopping and social. There is a bus stop outside with buses going into Edinburgh, Falkirk, Grangemouth, Bo'ness and the surrounding villages. The train station is a 4 minute walk from the service and we also have car parking available on site. Shifts at Linlithgow range from 4 hours to 16 hours and there are 3 sleepover shifts per day. 'The best thing about working at Linlithgow service is that is has a great community feel. The team are really welcoming and the supported people are great fun (and have an amazing sense of humour).' Deborah, Manager
Residential Childcare Worker (Care Visions)
To provide care and guidance to vulnerable children and young people living in Residential Care. You will work in a positive, respectful and empowering way with all young people in order to promote good relationships and encourage achievement while being a positive role model.
Care Assistant (Coast Care and Support Limited)
The successful candidates will carry out an induction and shadow their prospective run. This may include Moving Handling, administering medication, making meals, personal care and security checks. Coast Care and Support Limited pride themselves in the way that we look after our Carers. We do not Call Cram or add clients to your scheduling on a daily basis. You will care for the same clients every day at the same time for the full amount of time required. There are opportunities for overtime but the way we operate allows for consistency of Care for clients. We already have a magnificent reputation with both Carers and Clients. You will work in either a team of 4, a double up for the more complex runs or singles for the less complex. This will be done in shifts and gives the client consistency of Carers and more importantly the opportunity for the Carer to build a report with the client and therefore understanding of all their needs.
Various Care Assistant Roles Within (Constance Care)
Our care assistants are extraordinary people who do the everyday things that mean so much to our clients. Supporting vulnerable people to live safer and supported lives in their own homes, you’ll follow individual care plans and help with practical tasks like shopping, mealtimes, and housework. You’ll also assist with personal care and help clients to bathe, dress, manage incontinence, use the toilet, and support with their medication. You’ll be supported by a close-knit care team and accessible managers. Our mobile care app will reduce paperwork and help you to deliver high-quality care. Every day will be different. And you’ll never know what challenges you’re about to face next. One thing you can be sure of though, is that you’ll be making your clients’ days brighter.
Care Assistant (Randolph Hill Nursing Group)
To promote the highest standards of care within the nursing home To uphold the residents rights to privacy, dignity and choice To provide a safe and healthy environment for residents, staff and visitors To adhere to SSSC Code of Conduct To set a good example at all times in respect of dress, manner, hygiene and behaviour To report any injuries, disease or dangerous practice to all relevant personnel To maintain correctly written records as required by the company and statutory bodies
Community Care Assistant (Call-In Homecare Ltd)
· Kind, caring and compassionate people · Have the use of their own transport during working hours car/motorcycle etc. · Good level of English · Experienced & non-experienced carers – everyone is welcome as we provide full training! Your Role as a Care Assistant in the Community · Assisting our clients in all aspects of their daily life, i.e. meal preparation, medication prompts and general domestic support · Assisting clients with personal care · Supporting clients to take an active role in the planning and provision of their care · Recording and reporting daily visit information
Advocacy Worker (EARS Independent Advocacy Service (SCIO)) (1)
Linlithgow Support Worker (Ark People Housing Care)