Role of Care Worker

We seek individuals with a caring and compassionate nature to work either full-time or part-time for Bluebird Care Bradford, the nation’s leading provider of homecare. If you would like a fulfilling and rewarding job and join our fantastic team today. Please watch the videos below and read the details provided for more information about the role.

NO PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE IS REQUIRED AS FREE FULL IN-HOUSE TRAINING IS PROVIDED!


PLEASE NOTE: For this role you need to have a full driving licence and WILL either need to use your own car (for which mileage is paid) or a car supplied by Bluebird Care.

If you are interested please visit our vacancies page for details of our current jobs and on how to apply: 

CURRENT VACANCIES



The work available is flexible and you can choose from:         

  • Part Time
  • Full Time
  • Permanent
  • Temporary 

Pay and key benefits:

  • £9.52 per hour 
  • £9.90 per hour overtime rate
  • £11.00 per hour on bank holidays
  • 20p per mile for travel between calls
  • Free work mobile phone – for electronic rotas, ringing customers and the office.
  • Full Induction including training for the Care Certificate.
  • Career progression and continuous training

Job Specification

Essential Criteria

  • You must be comfortable with providing personal care to male and female customers

  • You MUST have a valid driving license and own a car that you can use for work

  • You must be available to work full shifts of either 7am until 2pm or 4pm until 10pm

  • As our care provision is seven days a week, we ask that all our carers are committed to working alternate weekends

  • All carers are expected to adhere to and uphold our company values. These include:

- Going above and beyond for our customers

- Operating a wholeheartedly customer centric approach to care

- Treating each and every customer with the utmost respect

- Creating a safe, happy environment for customers and colleagues

- Cherishing our working relationships with customers and colleagues

- Sharing knowledge and learning for the benefit of our customers

- Supporting people to live the life they want

Tasks 
The role may involve some or all of the following. This is not intended as a complete list and is supplied for information only:

  • Assist customers to get up, dressing and preparing them for their day
  • Washing, bathing, showering, oral care, grooming
  • Toileting, assisting with use of commode, emptying commode
  • Continence care
  • Using manual handling equipment as specified
  • Working with other care professionals such as District Nurses and GPs
  • Assisting with prescribed medication
  • Assist customers to go to bed, including undressing and washing
  • Preparation of meals and assistance with feeding
  • General household duties
  • Bed making and laundry
  • Shopping and supplies management
  • Accurate recording of care visits

If you are interested please visit the vacancies page for details of our current jobs and on how to apply.