Unity Care Solutions are an award-winning care company, supporting children and adults in the community with complex care needs. We are looking to expand our team of experienced and accomplished care staff in the Southampton area.
A brand new role has been created as part of our Southampton team for an experienced complex carer.
We are looking for someone to work closely with our Clinical Case Manager, supporting across all our packages to keep care cover as consistent and constant as possible for families. As a competent and confident carer you will also be an initial friendly face for our new clients to help get care packages up and running.
The role will have a fixed contract of 30 hours per week with a basic salary of £24,180 plus enhancements and paid holidays. There is also the opportunity to top up to 40 hours if required.
The ideal candidate will have the following qualities:
- A flexible approach to working (you will need to be able to cover a range of day and night shifts based on the needs of the company and clients)
- previous experience working with children
- experienced and competent in areas of complex care such as administering medication, seizure management, tracheostomy care, ventilator awareness etc
- hold a valid driver’s licence as travel between clients will be necessary
- a friendly and professional manner
If this is the type of work that interests you and you have the skills we are looking for then take a look at the many reasons why a job with Unity Care Solutions could be for you:
- Ongoing training opportunities.
- Access to a wellness programme.
- Mileage paid at 30p per mile.
- Blue light card discounts.
- Refer a friend (worth £150)
- Paid holiday
- Pension scheme
- Flexible working schedule
- Full PPE provided with a personalised fitting (Where applicable)
- Face to face and Zoom interview options.
Contact us today to start your rewarding career in care.
UCS regrets that at the moment we do not hold a UK Sponsor Licence so we are unable to consider applicants from overseas wishing to be sponsored who do not otherwise have the right to work in the UK.