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Care Assistant Job In Trowbridge

Published 2021-12-01
Expires 2022-01-01
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Care Assistant Job In Trowbridge
United Kingdom, Wiltshire, Trowbridge,
Published December 1, 2021

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Care assistant


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Cera are recruiting Care Assistants. 

We're not worried about your previous experience or qualifications, we can give you all the training you need to become a Professional Carer, but there are some things you can't learn - like being compassionate, patient and understanding. If you can tick these boxes, then a care job with Cera might just tick yours. 

We're recruiting for part-time and full-time permanent positions with competitive pay rates.

It's secure work that comes with good pay, great training, and real prospects - PLUS a £500 joining bonus!

What's involved?

There are quite probably older, more vulnerable people living in your street. People who, with the right care, can still live safely and comfortably in their own homes. Staying at home is probably the one thing they want most and it's what our carers provide, by visiting them once or maybe several times a day.

Every client's needs are different. You may assist with a bit of housework or help with getting up in the morning. A tasty hot meal and a listening ear. A hand with meds or getting washed and dressed. But more than this, our carers become friends, providing human company, encouragement and maybe a laugh or two, often when life has become a bit tough. 

It's fair to say, there are sad times. We've been to a few funerals and said many goodbyes. Caring isn't always easy, but a lot of families will be grateful that you did.

If caring sounds like your kind of job, then you're our kind of person.

Important details 

o Competitive pay on a permanent contract. 
o Full driving license and access to a vehicle is required in most locations
o You must be comfortable providing Personal Care
o You should be 18+ and have the right to work in the UK
o Caring is a round the clock job therefore our carers work various shifts including evenings and alternate weekends
o To get you started you'll receive uniforms, a DBS check, a mobile phone, comprehensive e-learning, paid assessment day training and shadowing shifts. You'll also get 3 days paid training per year.
o You have the opportunity to earn extra £££ via our Care Friends referral scheme - our top earner earned over £2000 in less than 6 months!

Why work for Cera?

Cera's not just about serving the community. It's about being one. You'll be working with people like you, who'll be there through the good times and the challenging!

On joining us you'll train for the industry-recognised Care Certificate, and you'll shadow experienced colleagues while you learn the ropes. And in a growing company like Cera there are genuine promotion prospects, to team leader, care specialist or into management.

Then there are branch teams and care specialists you can call on with concerns. And our technology, which will let you concentrate on care, instead of paperwork. We're revolutionising social care and want YOU to be part of our journey

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    Trowbridge ( TROH-brij) is the county town of Wiltshire, England, on the River Biss in the west of the county, 8 miles (13 km) south east of Bath, Somerset, from which it is separated by the Mendip Hills, which rise 3 miles (4.8 km) to the west. The town is also 38 miles (61 km) south of Gloucester and 20 miles (32 km) south east of Bristol. Long a market town, the Kennet and Avon canal to the north of Trowbridge has played an instrumental part in the town's development as it allowed coal to be transported from the Somerset Coalfield and so marked the advent of steam-powered manufacturing in woollen cloth mills. The town was foremost producer of this mainstay of contemporary clothing and blankets in south west England in the late 18th and early 19th centuries by which time it held the nickname "The Manchester of the West".The civil parish of Trowbridge had a population of 33,108 at the 2011 census. The parish encompasses the settlements of Longfield, Lower Studley, Upper Studley, Studley Green and Trowle Common. Adjacent parishes include Staverton, Hilperton, West Ashton, North Bradley, Southwick and Wingfield; nearby towns are Bradford on Avon, Westbury, Melksham, Frome and Devizes.

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