By Morris Care - 31st July 2020 6:07am
We are a well-established, family run care provider and have been delivering kind and compassionate nursing care in our six Nursing Homes across Shropshire and Cheshire since 1989.
Our fully trained care teams go the extra mile every day to help our residents continue to live fulfilling lives, where their dignity is respected and independence nurtured.
Location: Corbrook Park Nursing Home, Audlem, Cheshire, CW3 0HF
£9.25 — £10 per hour. Full or part time, day or night shifts available.
Caring is a fulfilling career because you make a real difference to people's lives. It is a chance to put your caring and compassionate skill set to good use and help people who really need it. As you build relationships with those in your care, plus their family and friends, that sense of personal connection will grow. For job satisfaction, being a Care Assistant is hard to beat.
Skills and Experience:
You don't need qualifications or previous experience to join our team. We put new employees through on-the-job training and help them achieve the relevant qualifications to further develop their career. The nature and the importance of the work means every day is different. It can be challenging, but it is certainly varied — from the roles you may take on and the people you meet, to the duties you perform. You'll work alongside colleagues with different strengths and personalities who all share the same commitment to care.
Hours of Work:
Delivering care to improve the quality of people's lives is not confined to regular 9 to 5 working hours. We offer a number of different shift patterns and hours.
Salary and benefits:
The attractive package we offer our staff is another good reason to became a Care Assistant at Morris Care. In addition to full training and mentored support, perks include a paid day off on your birthday, pension contributions, double pay on Bank Holidays, paid overtime and complimentary toast, tea and coffee if you miss breakfast before your shift.
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