Female Care Assistants - Part time (Evenings, Weekends)

Regular COVID-19 testing and full PPE provided

MiHomecare, a national leading provider of home to home care services (Domiciliary Care Assistants) are looking for experienced domiciliary care assistants and individual with thorough understanding of care to make a difference in their community by supporting our most vulnerable clients in these unprecedented times.

MiHomecare recently won the industry wide award for ‘Outstanding response to Covid in Social Care’. We are extremely proud of how we have gone above and beyond to enable our clients to remain independent and well cared for over this past challenging year.

As a Domiciliary Care assistants, you will automatically become a key worker with benefits in return. You would be Joining our team in Barnet covering N2, N10, N11,N12, N20, EN4, EN5, areas.

As a Care Assistant you’ll be delivering a high level of care direct to clients in their own homes. This includes personal care as well as domestic work depending o the clients' needs. We’re committed to ensuring our clients live as full a life as possible in the comfort of their own homes.

To be successful in this role you will be a thoughtful & caring individual who is experienced working in care, an auxiliary hospital environment or individuals with thorough understanding of care.

We offer on the job training as well as the opportunity to undertake further development training with a Skills for Care certification and a level 2 or 3 QCF in Health & Social Care.

We provide the training & practical supervision to ensure you excel in your role.

We offer

  • Competitive rates of pay
  • **Guaranteed Hours Contracts**
  • Free Enhanced DBS & Uniform
  • Staff Incentives - Refer a friend opportunity for carers to receive £300 bonus
  • Fully paid training, ongoing professional development and defined career opportunities once working with us
  • A comprehensive benefits package with contributory pension

There is a genuine occupational requirement for the holder of this post to be male/female in accordance with the Health and Social Care Act 2008 (Regulated Activities) Regulations 2014 and Equality Act 2010.