Come Work With Us!
At caero healthcare, we believe in providing clients with high quality home care services that are tailored to suit their needs. Our job means a lot to us - we’re aware of the positive impact we can make on the lives of our service-users, and this is why we do what we do! We’re constantly looking to expand our efforts in Shropshire and North Wales Area, and we’re seeking compassionate Healthcare Assistants and Support Workers to join our team. Join us today and be a part of a team that knows what it means to provide exceptional service.
Live in Carer
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As a live-in carer, you may be involved with:
Companionship – sharing conversation and spending time together
Personal care – assisting with bathing, dressing and, when necessary, continence support
Helping with mobility – some service-users need assistance getting around the home
Support with medication regime – all according to the client’s medication support care plan
Household chores – help around the home, such as vacuuming or washing clothes
Preparing and cooking meals
Running errands – assisting with tasks such as shopping or picking up prescriptions
Other medical support – extra training is provided for more complex support needs as well as first aid training
It takes a special kind of person to be a carer. A good carer is someone who truly cares about others and is not just earning a living. This is a special job, and it needs special people to do it.
Interested in making a difference to someone’s life? We’d like to hear from you. Apply online today
Healthcare Assistants/Support Workers
Be a Part of Our Team!
(Health Care Assistants from different backgrounds (Elderly, Children, Learning difficulties, Physical disabilities, Dementia, Challenging Behaviour, Brain injury, Terminal Illness, Companionship, and others)
As a care assistant with Caero Healthcare, otherwise known as a visiting carer, you’ll drop-in on a number of clients each day, providing help around the home and with each of their individual care needs.
Your responsibilities may involve:
Personal care – help with getting in and out bed, washing, bathing, dressing and, when necessary, help going to the toilet.
Assisting with medication – with appropriate training first and all based on the service user's care plan.
Housekeeping Tasks – help with tasks and chores around the home, such as vacuuming or preparing meals.
Running errands – many of our service users require support getting out and about, so you’ll assist with tasks such as shopping or picking up prescriptions.
Companionship – provide company for your clients, treating them with dignity, patience and compassion at all times.
A Wide Range of Opportunities
Registered Nurse (RN)
We offer a wide range of Registered Nurse roles that include nursing adults with a range of different health needs and in various environments.
We have Registered Nurse positions in care homes, nursing homes, hospitals and the wider community. Every day offers new challenges and rewards as you deliver the very best possible care to those with complex healthcare needs.
RGN (Registered General Nurse- Adult)
RNLD (Registered Nurse / Learning Disabilities)
RNMH (Registered Nurse Mental Health)
RNC (Registered Nurse-Paediatrics)