Support Worker (Leonard Cheshire)
As a Support Worker, you'll provide a high level of care and support to vulnerable people, enabling them to live the life they choose. Your responsibilities will include assisting with daily tasks such as personal care, medication administration, and mealtime support, while motivating and encouraging choice and participation.
Care Assistant (Days) (Broxburn Care Home)
We are looking for an experienced care assistant to join the team at our care home in Broxburn. The hours are full time on days - 12 hour shifts - 8 - 8. working 3 and 4 and alternate weekends The care home is well-established in Broxburn, has just been graded at 5s with the Care Inspectorate and is a happy and friendly place to work
Care Assistant (Coast Care and Support Ltd)
Professional Carer (Cera Care Ltd)
As a Care Assistant, you may be expected to do some personal care, meal preparation, housework and, most importantly, provide a listening ear when needed. You'll need to be warm, friendly and patient as you work with service users. As a Complex Care worker you will also support individuals with clinical needs such as medication administration, ventilation, PEG feeding or seizure management - our team of nurses provide additional training and support for carers working in this field. Depending on the care services we provide in your community, you may be visiting several people in a day for short visits, or providing 1:1 care to an individual for a full shift - either way you will be making a huge difference to their quality of life. Some service users live alone and others live with family or housemates. For someone living alone, you may be one of their only visitors, so you have a massive part to play in making sure they're okay.
Relief Support Workers (Ark People Housing Care)
As a Relief Support Worker you will carry out all the same duties while on shift as our Support Workers. As you do not have contracted hours it gives you the flexibility to only pick up shifts when it suits you.* *Please note: Relief work is on an as and when basis to cover for sickness absence, study leave and other staff contingencies. We cannot guarantee you regular or continued use as the need for relief staffing changes from time to time. Working with colleagues as part of an effective and efficient team to support vulnerable people. Communicate and work well with our supported people to provide individual care and maintain appropriate relationships. Being responsible in supporting individuals throughout the activities, giving positive feedback and encouragement.
Social Worker, Children & Families X 2 (West Lothian Council)
You will be based in one of our busy practice teams promoting and protecting the wellbeing of vulnerable children and their families. We offer a supportive working environment with induction for new staff, regular planned supervision, a controlled workload and a professional development plan with varied training opportunities.