Nationwide Care Services
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About Nationwide Care Services

Why join us

We have been serving the local communities around The Midlands for over 15 years. Due to expansion, we are recruiting for caring, compassionate individuals who want to help make a difference to people's lives! If you want to start a rewarding career and make a difference to people's lives the first step today is to apply to our open vacancies. We are currently recruiting across the below locations: - Solihull - Derby - Nottingham - Worcester - Dudley - Wolverhampton - Erdington

Make a difference

If you are already looking at this page, you are one step closer to joining one of the most rewarding and challenging jobs you will ever face. Over the last 15 years our care team we have worked hard to build and maintain a reputation for high quality and high standards of care. Care workers support people with all aspects of their daily life, including social and physical activities, personal care, mobility and meal times. Our Care workers work in people’s own homes or the community, and can support lots of different people including adults with learning disabilities, physical disabilities, dementia and other mental health conditions.

What does a care assistant roles involve?

Duties include: - Supporting and assisting with social and physical activities - Helping with personal care such as showering and dressing - Administration of medication when required - Assisting people with eating and drinking - Light domestic duties when required

What skills do I need?

Everyone working in social care needs a good standard of English, as well as numeracy and digital skills. You will need to be able to work under pressure calmly, as well as being able to work as part of a team. Additional skills required to be a care worker include: - Organisational skills - Good listening and communication skills - The ability to understand and follow policies and procedures - Good writing skills to fill in care plans You don’t necessarily need qualifications to become a care worker. What’s really important is that you’re a kind, compassionate and thoughtful person. If you don't have a social care qualification, don’t worry if you don’t have these qualifications though – if you’re interested, you can work towards them once you start the job.

What benefits do we offer to our employees?

- 28 Paid holidays (Including Bank Holidays) - Paid Shadowing Training - Mileage - Full induction, and Free Training - Free Uniforms, Apron and Gloves - Company pension - On-going 24/7 support - Career progression and development opportunities - ‘Refer a Friend’ scheme (After probation is completed you will be rewarded with £50 cash)

What training do we provide?

All of our care workers receive an initial comprehensive Induction to prepare them for the role. T - Moving & handling - Infection control and hand hygiene - Safeguarding adults - Food hygiene - Diet and Nutrition - Dementia Care - Palliative [end of live] Care - Assessing needs - Pressure Care - Challenging Behaviour - Confidentiality - Risk Assessing - Lone working & promoting personal safety - Effective Communication - Diversity & equality - Basic first aid - Person centred-support Catheter and Stoma Care Principles of Care - Mental Capacity Act - Stroke - Health and Safety - Consent - Pain Management - Short Term Assessment and Reablement - Bereavement In addition to this, all our of staff are required to undertake and complete the Care Certificate and gain formal qualifications in Level 2 and Level 3 QCF in Health and Social Care [formerly known as an NVQ].

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