Relief Care and Reablement Worker
Multiple posts are available
Could you make a difference to someone’s life?
Become a Care or Reablement Worker for Nottinghamshire County Council
Could you be a valued member of a team of relief workers providing vital social care to older and younger adults using our services across Nottinghamshire?
You will be able to work flexibly across one or more of our locations around the county as most of our services operate on a 24/7 basis.
As a relief care or Reablement worker, you’ll provide care or reablement to individuals staying or living with us or using our services. Reablement is about helping people to live the best life they can as independently as possible. The role will involve assisting with personal care, helping people to make choices with the activities of daily life and engaging in activities that are important to the people you are working with. Every day is different and includes various activities in the service or the local community.
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No previous experience is needed, and training will be provided.
The work is flexible and can work around your other commitments.
In return, Nottinghamshire County Council offers fair and competitive rates of pay, a good annual leave allowance and excellent training. If successful, you will initially be recruited as a relief worker, but could potentially progress to other roles and would receive support with your development and career progression.
Disabled applicants who meet the essential shortlisting requirements will be guaranteed an interview. A job share scheme is available for all full-time posts: both permanent and temporary, unless otherwise stated. We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and we expect all staff to share this commitment and undergo appropriate checks.
Nottinghamshire County Council strives to ensure that it goes beyond the requirements of the Equalities Act and prides itself on being accredited as a Disability Confident Organisation. Therefore, the County Council encourages applications from all, irrespective of gender, marital status, disability, race, age or sexual orientation.