Community Care Worker – Alina Homecare – Knebworth

At Alina Homecare our care assistants are as important as the people we care for. You are individuals with different needs and aspirations too and we respect that.

We are looking for care assistants to support the older people in their own homes with medication, food preparation, shopping, cleaning and personal care. We provide full induction training so experience is not essential. In order to ensure the safety of staff and the vulnerable people we support during the Covid-19 pandemic, all staff will be required to comply with company, PHE and government recommendations including weekly testing.

We offer flexible hours such as mornings, evenings and weekends, great rates of pay, career progression and a whole lot more!

You can call our friendly recruitment team on 0330 055 2222

Homecare Support Worker / Care Assistant / Care Worker / Carer / HCA / Community Care Worker / Domiciliary Care Worker / Health Care Assistant

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Job Types: Full-time, Part-time, Permanent

Salary: Up to £14.08 per hour

Licence/Certification:

  • driving licence and car (preferred)

Work remotely:

If you are interested in this job please Apply Here

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