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 Care Workers Vacancy
  (Sponsorship available)
  Job Role: Carer
  Job Type: Fulltime

SALARY Offer: £10.10 per Hour (£20482.80 per annum for 39 hours a week/ £21008.00 per annum for 40 hours a week)

Location: Luton Area

Working Hours: Monday to Sunday on a shift pattern rota basis.

We are currently looking to recruit experienced Care Workers to assist in the smooth running of our registered care services in Luton areas.


About You

You must have a good experience in Health & Social Care. You must have the ability to Work on your own initiative and prioritise your workload, good listening and communication skills. Display the ability to understand and follow policies and procedures as well as good writing skills.

Ability to be able to work with different people including, adults with learning disabilities, mental health conditions, physical disabilities and Older People.

Willingness to work flexibly to meet individual needs including weekends, evenings and nights.


Duties and Responsibilities of this role include:

  • To provide Personal Care

  • Support clients to move from place to place.

  • To Support People with social and physical activities such as eating and drinking.

  • Booking and accompanying people for appointments, bill payment

  • Social duties such as cleaning and cooking.

  • Report any concerns to the Manager.

  • To take part in the shift rota system covering the service, working at site(s) as directed and agreed with the Manager.

This is a great opportunity to develop your career in the ever-expanding social care industry. If this role sounds interesting to you, please email your details, CV and contact details to –

Join our dynamic team today!

Being a Domilicary Care Assistant you will be expected to share with other staff in meeting the personal care needs of service users in a way that respects the dignity of the individual and promotes independence.


Our staff care about acting with kindness, caring and a willingness to help others

Our staff show willingness to care for the other person


Our staff strive fo self-improvement by acquiring the knowledge and skills to do their job


Principle Responsibilities will be


  1. Personal care/ Personal hygiene: To assist service users who need help with getting up in the morning, dressing, undressing, washing, bathing, toileting/pad changing etc .

  2. To help service users with mobility problems and other physical disabilities, including incontinence and help in use and care of aids and personal equipment.

  3. To care for service users who are temporarily sick and needing, for example, bathing, dressing, help with feeding, etc.

  4. To help care for service users who are dying (palliative care).

  5. To help in the promotion of mental and physical activity of service users through talking to them, taking them out, sharing with them in activities such as reading, writing, hobbies and recreations etc (social inclusion activities).

  6. To make and change beds; tidy rooms; do light cleaning and empty commodes.

  7. To set tables and trays; serve meals; feed service users who need help; prepare light meals and wash up; tidy and clear the dining room.

  8. To answer emergency bells. The door and telephone and greet visitors.

  9. To read and write reports, and take part in staff and service users’ meetings and in training activities as directed.

  10. To perform such other duties as may reasonably be required.

  11. To comply with the agency’s guidelines and policies at all times.

  12. To report to the agency manager any significant changes in the health or circumstances of a service user.

  13. To encourage service users to remain as independent as possible.



Person Specification – Essential Criteria


The following personal attributes are considered essential to the post of care worker:

  1. Self motivated

  2. Organised

  3. Flexible

  4. Caring

  5. Sensitive to the needs of others and to the sick or infirm

  6. An active team player but also able to work on own initiative

  7. A good communicator


All staff members are required to respect the confidentiality of all matters that they might learn in the course of their employment. All staff members are expected to respect the requirements under the Data Protection Act 1998.

All staff must ensure that they are aware of their responsibilities under the Health and Safety at Work, etc Act 1974.


If you match the requirements, apply today by clicking the link below and sending a completed application form to :

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