Domiciliary Care Assistant – Fen Homecare – Linton

We’re looking for care workers to work in the community.
Travelling in and around Cambridge, Ely, Newmarket. Use of a company vehicle can be supplied if required.
7am – 1400pm
Or 1600-2200pm
Hourly pay rate between £10,00 -£13.00ph (depending on experience).
Looking after those in the community
Providing personal care
Continence care
Medication administration
Meal preparation
Social calls
Shopping assistance
Assistance with independent living
Assistance with showering
Welfare checks

Great team with insentives and achievements being rewarded and recognised.

Look forward to hearing back from you


Part-time hours: 60 per week

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time

Salary: Up to £13.00 per hour


  • English (required)


  • Driving Licence (required)

Shift availability:

  • Day shift (required)

Willingness to travel:

  • 100% (required)

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