If you want to have more control over when you work, or pick up some additional hours on top of another job come and join our bank team today. We want to hear from dedicated care assistants with sound clinical skills who are keen to make a real difference. Everyone that joins our talent bank is chosen because they’re highly professional, passionate and dedicated to providing incredible care to our residents.
• To promote choice in the delivery of care and support. Reviewing and making suggestions to enhance the individuals’ experience.
• To ensure accurate reporting and documentation.
• To participate in care planning implementation and review.
• To promote the values, build morale and encourage others to perform to high standards
The great benefit about being on the talent bank is the flexibility it provides for both you and the Charity. You have control work to fit in with your lifestyle. You must be flexible with excellent people skills and be a player. Successful applicants will ideally have recent experience in the delivery of care in a similar environment. It is essential you possess a minimum of an NVQ 2 to be eligible for this role.
- 8.00 pm to 6.00 am (nights) 30%
- Friday midnight to Sunday midnight (weekends) 45%
- Public Holidays 24 hours midnight to midnight 60%
• Free onsite parking
• Subsidised meals
• Private pension matched at either 3% or 5% / Auto enrolment pension scheme
• 24 hour employee assistance line for free advice on work, family and personal life
• PeoplePerks - discounts with hundreds of retailers and services that can amount to an average annual saving of £350
Cuerden Hall is a Sue Ryder specialist neurological care centre based in Lancashire, caring for people aged 18 and over who have life-changing conditions affecting the brain and nervous system. We are here for people with degenerative conditions such as motor neurone disease, multiple sclerosis and Huntington's - as well as those with acquired conditions resulting from a brain or spinal injury or stroke. We offer a huge range of support, from long-term residential care centre where each room is specially adapted to make moving and handling easier, to day services to help people remain independent at home. And our rehabilitative services can help people to improve or regain their abilities.
At Sue Ryder not only do we treat more conditions than any other UK charity in our hospices, neurological care centres and out in the community; we also campaign to improve the lives of people living with them. We see the person, not the condition, taking time to understand the small things that help that person live the fullest life they can. Our shops, fundraising and volunteers support us to be there for people at the most difficult time of their lives.