Homecare Assistant Clare

Lorna Lynch
Published
April 8, 2021
Location
Clare, Ireland
Category
Job Type

Description

Myhomecare are urgently seeking a Qualified and Experienced Home Care Assistant to work in Clare to work on a one to one with the Elderly in their own home. The Ideal candidate would have experience in a healthcare setting with a good understanding of English language both written and verbal.

Homecare Workers Job Benefits:
Excellent rates of pay.
Monday - Saturday Day Duty 14 an hour & Sunday 28 an hour.
Paid Holidays 8 hours for every 100 hours accumulated.
We offer mandatory courses such as Patient Moving and Handling and Basic Life Support for certificate renewals.
Rosters completed in advance where possible.

Homecare Workers must have the following:
All homecare workers must have FETAC level 5 in Care Skills and Care of the Elderly.
All homecare workers must have a minimum of 120 hours work experience in a healthcare setting.
All homecare workers have an in date Patient Moving and Handling and CPR cert desirable but training can be provided.
All homecare workers must be willing to undergo Garda Vetting.
All homecare workers must be willing to get Hep B Vaccination and supply full immunisation history.
Full driving licence preferred but not essential depending on location.

Homecare Workers Job Responsibilities:
Providing personal care to each individual client in their own home.
Aid with all aspects of daily living.
Reporting any deterioration in clients condition.
Providing companionship to the client.
Motivate the client to maximise or achieve independence.

To apply, please email your updated CV to Lorna Lynch at LLynch@myhomecare.ie or call (01) 255 1445 for more information, quoting the following Job order number: JO-2102-463294
Applicants will be treated with the strictest of confidence.

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