Bank Night Workers
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Are you looking for a flexible night support worker/care assistant role with competitive rates of pay? Look no further! Here at FPR Group we are looking for night support workers to join our forever growing bank team of staff to work within services including children's residential, elderly, hostels as well as adults with learning difficulties and complex health needs.
Your new role with us
I am currently recruiting dedicated individuals to join our team of temporary care assistants and support workers in Brighton and Hove for ongoing ad-hoc night work. You will be working with a number of our private care home providers and local authority homes in Brighton and Hove with opportunities to expand into other areas of East Sussex if required.
Depending on your area of expertise, the clients you will be working with may be elderly, adults with learning difficulties/complex health needs, children's residential services and services supporting vulnerable adults at risk of substance and homelessness.
What we need from you
We need you to be reliable, hardworking and most importantly have passion and love for the work you do. Experience working within care services is essential. If you do not have a current DBS we are offering a FREE DBS* to all staff that join us throughout January.
What to expect from us at FPR Group
- Competitive hourly rate of pay
- Holiday Pay
- Ongoing training opportunities
- Flexible working patterns - Choose your own!
Vacancies are subject to satisfactory DBS and reference checks.
FPR Group is committed to equality in the workplace and is an equal opportunity employer. FPR Group is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy
If you feel that this opportunity would suit, click APPLY NOW!
*Subject to Terms and Conditions
Note: this is the location of the town or city the job is in and not the exact location of the employer.
Your Key Contact
I am a trainee recruitment consultant in the Health and Social care Division. I am looking forward to placing temporary workers in to work across residential children’s and elderly people's homes. Soc