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Community Care Worker Ammanford

Job Description

Cymryd Rhan is a registered charity and non-profit organisation providing care and support to citizens throughout Wales.

Following a recent, successful recruitment campaign, we now only have a limited number of Community Support Worker vacancies available in and around the Llandeilo and Ammanford localities.

Cymryd Rhan have worked hard to build an extremely good reputation and our services are in high demand, hence we need to continue to develop our team and seek professional, like minded community support workers who are willing and able to deliver and maintain a high standard of care and support.

Your role will be varied and will focus around the citizen, the things they like, don’t like, what is important to them and what they would like to achieve. You will question how best to support citizens and how your direct and indirect support is adding real impact to their life. You could be supporting citizens with their daily living needs, complex care/medication needs and/or personal care or supporting citizens with housing relating issues and emotional support.

Our Community Care Workers mostly work alone with the citizen in their home. We support citizens with a variety of different needs that may include adults with learning disabilities, mental health issues and older people. Stamina to meet both the physical and emotional demands of providing care and support services is essential.

Benefits of working for Cymryd Rhan

£8.24 – £8.50 per hour (pay review pending)

Enhanced hourly rate paid for short notice working

Enhanced pay when working Bank Holidays

Mileage allowance of 45p per mile

Full and part time contracts available, we do not offer zero hour contracts

Travel time between calls paid at your full hourly rate (including to and from first and last calls)

Full on-going, paid training and development

Paid Enhanced DBS checks

Workplace pension

Healthcare Package

Cycle to work scheme

Family friendly policies

Skills desired

Self-motivated, have a caring personality, reliable and can always work in the best interests of the citizen.

Understanding of and commitment to supportive team working.

Self-confidence to challenge and use initiative as necessary, implementing sound solutions to problems.

Plenty of common sense to ensure that the necessary action is taken to protect citizens and staff.

Ability to work flexible hours.

Have a full, valid driving licence and use of own car for work purposes.

No experience of working in this type of role?

Don’t be put off – if you have the desire and aptitude for helping people change their lives and supporting them to live independently, we will provide you with accredited work based training in Health and Social Care (level 3) and provide all mandatory training with support from your line manager.

If you are interested in joining Cymryd Rhan why not complete an application form and return it to info@cymryd-rhan.org

 

Community Care Worker Machynlleth

*** We have 1 vacancy for our Team in the Machynlleth Area (talk to us about what contracted hours you would like, we can offer full or part time hours) ***

The Community Care Support Worker role is varied and focused around the citizen in the local community, the things that they like, don’t like, what is important to them and what they would like to achieve. You will question how best to support citizens and how your direct and indirect support is adding real impact to their life. By supporting in this way we reduce the risk of homelessness, social isolation and open up opportunities which enable citizens to live their life in the way they choose. You could be supporting citizens with daily living support, complex care, and personal care or supporting citizens with housing relating issues and emotional support which aims to prevent homelessness and social isolation.

Our Community Care Workers mostly work alone with the citizen in their home. We support citizens with a variety of different needs that may include adults with learning disabilities, mental health issues, older people, people with a disability, and people with drug and alcohol problems or homeless people. Stamina to meet both the physical and emotional demands of providing care and support services is essential.

You will receive full training, back up with regular guidance and supervision from an experienced manager.

Skills desired:

  • Self motivated, have a caring personality, reliable and can always work in the best interests of the citizen.
  • Understanding of and commitment to supportive team working.
  • Self-confidence to challenge and use initiative as necessary, implementing sound solutions to problems.
  • Good administrative skills and the ability to produce accurate and relevant work both written and computer based.
  • Plenty of common sense to ensure that the necessary action is taken to protect citizens and staff.
  • Ability to work outside of normal working hours as necessary.
  • Have a full, valid driving licence and use of own car for work purposes.
  • Benefits of working for Cymryd Rhan:
  • being part of an organisation that puts people first
  • working in your community with your community
  • £8.24 – £8.50 per hour
  • We offer a range of full and part time contracts
  • Regular shift patterns
  • Travel time between calls paid at your full hourly rate (including to and from first and last calls)
  • Mileage allowance of 45p per mile
  • Full on-going training and development
  • We pay people to train
  • Paid Enhanced DBS checks
  • Workplace pension
  • Healthcare Package
  • Family friendly policies.
  • Don’t be put off – if you have the desire and aptitude for helping people change their lives and supporting them to live independently, we will provide you with accredited work based training in Health and Social Care (level 3) and provide all mandatory training with support from your line manager. The ability to communicate in Welsh is desirable for this position.
  • Cymryd Rhan is committed to the development of its employees and offers development and career opportunities.
  • The ability to communicate in Welsh is desirable for this position.

 

Community Care Worker Llanybydder

As a result of our continued success we are expanding our localities model and are seeking Community Care Workers in the Llanybydder area.

Your role will be varied and focused around the citizen, the things that they like, don’t like, what is important to them and what they would like to achieve. You will question how best to support citizens and how your direct and indirect support is adding real impact to their life. By supporting in this way we reduce the risk of homelessness, social isolation and open up opportunities which enable citizens to live their life in the way they choose. You could be supporting citizens with daily living support, complex care, and personal care or supporting citizens with housing relating issues and emotional support which aims to prevent homelessness and social isolation.

Our Community Care Workers mostly work alone with the citizen in their home. We support citizens with a variety of different needs that may include adults with learning disabilities, mental health issues, older people, people with a disability, and people with drug and alcohol problems or homeless people. Stamina to meet both the physical and emotional demands of providing care and support services is essential.

You will receive full training, back up with regular guidance and supervision from an experienced manager.

Skills desired:

  • 
Self motivated, have a caring personality, reliable and can always work in the best interests of the citizen.
  • Understanding of and commitment to supportive team working.
  • 
Self-confidence to challenge and use initiative as necessary, implementing sound solutions to problems.
  • Good administrative skills and the ability to produce accurate and relevant work both written and computer based.
  • Plenty of common sense to ensure that the necessary action is taken to protect citizens and staff.
  • Ability to work outside of normal working hours as necessary.
  • Have a full, valid driving licence and use of own car for work purposes.

If you are interested in working for us why not complete our application form.

When you have completed the application form please email it to info@cymryd-rhan.org including the locality you want to work.

 

Community Care Worker Llandeilo

Job Description

Cymryd Rhan is a registered charity and non-profit organisation providing care and support to citizens throughout Wales.

Following a recent, successful recruitment campaign, we now only have a limited number of Community Support Worker vacancies available in and around the Llandeilo and Ammanford localities.

Cymryd Rhan have worked hard to build an extremely good reputation and our services are in high demand, hence we need to continue to develop our team and seek professional, like minded community support workers who are willing and able to deliver and maintain a high standard of care and support.

Your role will be varied and will focus around the citizen, the things they like, don’t like, what is important to them and what they would like to achieve. You will question how best to support citizens and how your direct and indirect support is adding real impact to their life. You could be supporting citizens with their daily living needs, complex care/medication needs and/or personal care or supporting citizens with housing relating issues and emotional support.

Our Community Care Workers mostly work alone with the citizen in their home. We support citizens with a variety of different needs that may include adults with learning disabilities, mental health issues and older people. Stamina to meet both the physical and emotional demands of providing care and support services is essential.

Benefits of working for Cymryd Rhan

£8.24 – £8.50 per hour (pay review pending)

Enhanced hourly rate paid for short notice working

Enhanced pay when working Bank Holidays

Mileage allowance of 45p per mile

Full and part time contracts available, we do not offer zero hour contracts

Travel time between calls paid at your full hourly rate (including to and from first and last calls)

Full on-going, paid training and development

Paid Enhanced DBS checks

Workplace pension

Healthcare Package

Cycle to work scheme

Family friendly policies

Skills desired

Self-motivated, have a caring personality, reliable and can always work in the best interests of the citizen.

Understanding of and commitment to supportive team working.

Self-confidence to challenge and use initiative as necessary, implementing sound solutions to problems.

Plenty of common sense to ensure that the necessary action is taken to protect citizens and staff.

Ability to work flexible hours.

Have a full, valid driving licence and use of own car for work purposes.

No experience of working in this type of role?

Don’t be put off – if you have the desire and aptitude for helping people change their lives and supporting them to live independently, we will provide you with accredited work based training in Health and Social Care (level 3) and provide all mandatory training with support from your line manager.

If you are interested in joining Cymryd Rhan why not complete an application form and return it to info@cymryd-rhan.org

 

Community Care Worker Llandrindod Wells and Surrounding Area

Job Description

Cymryd Rhan is a registered charity and non-profit organisation providing care and support to citizens throughout Wales.

Following a recent, successful recruitment campaign, we now only have a limited number of Community Support Worker vacancies available in and around the Llandrindod Wells locality.

Cymryd Rhan have worked hard to build an extremely good reputation and our services are in high demand, hence we need to continue to develop our team and seek professional, like minded community support workers who are willing and able to deliver and maintain a high standard of care and support.

Your role will be varied and will focus around the citizen, the things they like, don’t like, what is important to them and what they would like to achieve. You will question how best to support citizens and how your direct and indirect support is adding real impact to their life. You could be supporting citizens with their daily living needs, complex care/medication needs and/or personal care or supporting citizens with housing relating issues and emotional support.

Our Community Care Workers mostly work alone with the citizen in their home. We support citizens with a variety of different needs that may include adults with learning disabilities, mental health issues and older people. Stamina to meet both the physical and emotional demands of providing care and support services is essential.

Benefits of working for Cymryd Rhan

£8.24 – £8.50 per hour (pay review pending)

Enhanced hourly rate paid for short notice working

Enhanced pay when working Bank Holidays

Mileage allowance of 45p per mile

Full and part time contracts available, we do not offer zero hour contracts

Travel time between calls paid at your full hourly rate (including to and from first and last calls)

Full on-going, paid training and development

Paid Enhanced DBS checks

Workplace pension

Healthcare Package

Cycle to work scheme

Family friendly policies

Skills desired

Self-motivated, have a caring personality, reliable and can always work in the best interests of the citizen.

Understanding of and commitment to supportive team working.

Self-confidence to challenge and use initiative as necessary, implementing sound solutions to problems.

Plenty of common sense to ensure that the necessary action is taken to protect citizens and staff.

Ability to work flexible hours.

Have a full, valid driving licence and use of own car for work purposes.

No experience of working in this type of role?

Don’t be put off – if you have the desire and aptitude for helping people change their lives and supporting them to live independently, we will provide you with accredited work based training in Health and Social Care (level 3) and provide all mandatory training with support from your line manager.

If you are interested in joining Cymryd Rhan why not complete an application form and return it to info@cymryd-rhan.org

 

Community Care Worker Knighton and Surrounding Area

As a result of our continued success we are expanding our localities model and are seeking Community Care Workers in the Knighton area.

Your role will be varied and focused around the citizen, the things that they like, don’t like, what is important to them and what they would like to achieve. You will question how best to support citizens and how your direct and indirect support is adding real impact to their life. By supporting in this way we reduce the risk of homelessness, social isolation and open up opportunities which enable citizens to live their life in the way they choose. You could be supporting citizens with daily living support, complex care, and personal care or supporting citizens with housing relating issues and emotional support which aims to prevent homelessness and social isolation.

Our Community Care Workers mostly work alone with the citizen in their home. We support citizens with a variety of different needs that may include adults with learning disabilities, mental health issues, older people, people with a disability, and people with drug and alcohol problems or homeless people. Stamina to meet both the physical and emotional demands of providing care and support services is essential.

You will receive full training, back up with regular guidance and supervision from an experienced manager.

Skills desired:

  • 
Self motivated, have a caring personality, reliable and can always work in the best interests of the citizen.
  • Understanding of and commitment to supportive team working.
  • 
Self-confidence to challenge and use initiative as necessary, implementing sound solutions to problems.
  • Good administrative skills and the ability to produce accurate and relevant work both written and computer based.
  • Plenty of common sense to ensure that the necessary action is taken to protect citizens and staff.
  • Ability to work outside of normal working hours as necessary.
  • Have a full, valid driving licence and use of own car for work purposes.

If you are interested in working for us why not complete our application form.

When you have completed the application form please email it to info@cymryd-rhan.org including the locality you want to work.

 

 

If you are unable to find a vacancy in your area please send your CV with a covering email stating the area you would like to work in to Hayley.waller@cymryd-rhan.org, alternatively please telephone 01597 828050 for more information and assistance.