|Hiring Organization||Maria Mallaband Care Group|
|Post Name||Care Assistant|
|Employment Type||Part Time|
|Work Hours||4 Hours|
|Salary||GBP 750 Per Month|
|Location||Auchinleck, England, United Kingdom KA18 2HH|
About the Role
At Maria Mallaband Care Group, it’s our people who make us great, and we pride ourselves on how well we work together as a team. Working with us will result in some excellent rewards & benefits including –
- Recommend a friend – up to £750
- Early Pay, which gives you the option to access some of your salaries ahead of payday
- A competitive salary with flexible working hours – you tell us what hours you want to work!
- Fully funded training support and development opportunities.
- 5.6 weeks annual leave
- Rewards for years of service and annual staff recognition through MMCG Care Awards
- Car through salary sacrifice, cycle to work scheme
- Free Parking
- NEST pension plan
The fact you’re here makes us think you’re exactly the type of person who is passionate about care. Just as importantly, you’re ready to put the happiness and well-being of the people who live with us at the heart of everything you do.
What’s more, we’ve now adopted a flexible working approach to all our roles as many of our people prefer part-time contracts. That means you’ll have as much flexibility as you need to fit your role around your other commitments. All you need to do is tell us the hours you want to work and we’ll do our best to make it happen.
About the role
As a Care Assistant/Carer on our team, you’ll care for our residents like they’re your own family. It’s all about looking after their physical, psychological, and social needs, and day to day you’ll help with personal care activities such as washing, personal hygiene, dressing, and assisting with meals. All to make sure we remain the best quality, most highly regarded Care Provider in the United Kingdom.
We provide full training so we’d also love to hear from you whatever your background, it’s just as important that you’re organized, have great communication skills, and that you’re flexible enough to work shifts. We also believe in giving you a great career pathway, so maybe your next step might be Nurse Associate and we are committed to supporting you on your journey.
We’re among the UK’s largest independent care providers, employing thousands of staff in over 80 homes across the country. Investment in new technology and services is key to our reputation for high-quality care provision, as is our commitment to staff training programs and our emphasis on progressive career paths.
Our vision is to be the best quality, most highly regarded Care Provider in the United Kingdom, and an employer of choice for care workers.
We truly understand…
People are unique – this means everyone we care for is one of a kind, so we surround ourselves with their stories and celebrate their individuality. The importance of passion – it fills every one of us, it fuels our devotion to the people we care for, and it makes our homes happier.
That honesty is everything – no one wants to think about the time when a loved one needs care, but we’ll be here to help when that time comes. That happiness comes with openness – we proactively support new friendships, new discoveries, and better ways of living as our residents enter the next chapter in their lives.
If you’re ready to start your journey as a Carer/Care Assistant with Maria Mallaband Care Group please don’t delay and apply today!
Glennie House Care Home
Situated in the rural village of Auchinleck in East Ayrshire, Glennie House is a purpose-built 52 bedded care home that offers specialist nursing, residential, and dementia care. The home also offers respite stays on a long-term and short-term basis to give home carers a much-needed break.
Facilities at home include en-suite bedrooms, spacious lounges, an on-site hair salon, attractive grounds with a secure residentsâ€™ garden, and a guest room that relatives can reserve for overnight stays. Wheelchair access is available throughout.
A restaurant standard kitchen provides freshly prepared meals tailored to the residentsâ€™ preferences and needs. Care manager Jill Veitch is an experienced manager and is qualified as a general nurse. The home offers excellent training and support to the care team to allow them to take care of the varied needs of residents, from specialist support to general assistance with everyday activities, while also respecting the residentsâ need to live independent and dignified lives.
The home also offers training, information, and support to the relatives of residents to help them better understand the treatment and care requirements of their loved ones. The home benefits from having built good relationships with the local council, GPs, physiotherapists, district nurses, social workers, and other visiting healthcare professionals.
The Activities Coordinators at Glennie House provide a full program of activities, entertainment, and events for residents to choose from. The home maintains strong community links and access to a minibus means that residents can enjoy day trips out.