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Home Care Assistant Dublin 7 And Surrounds, Dublin, Right At Home Ireland

Published 2022-09-18
Expires 2022-10-18
ID #1174474099
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Home Care Assistant Dublin 7 And Surrounds, Dublin, Right At Home Ireland
Ireland, Dublin, Dublin,
Published September 18, 2022

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Home care assistant dublin 7 and surrounds


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Right at Home Home Care Assistant
One of Ireland's leading and award-winning home care providers, Right at Home are currently hiring full-time and part-time home-care assistants and welcome those who can work in the Dublin area to get in touch today.
The service we provide promotes choice, independence, and quality of life for our clients by providing a tailored service, centred around each individual’s needs.
As a carer with Right at Home you will enjoy competitive pay and conditions, industry leading support and a family culture, that puts our clients and employees at the heart of everything we do.
Our mission is to improve the quality of life, for those we serve.
Job Spec Summary
Assisting with both personal and practical care
Facilitating independence and social involvement
Ensure dignity, privacy and independence is maintained and respected
Reporting any issues to your manager
Benefits and recognition
Pay rate of between €12.00- €13.50 per hour depending on experience
Extra weekend shift & bank holidays premiums available
Industry leading employee support – We are the first Home Care company to be awarded IBEC KeepWell mark
Flexible hours to suit your lifestyle
Provide Training - we're passionate about investing in our people
Employee of the Month award
Employees of the Year Awards – Regional and National
Refer a Friend scheme
Paid Holidays
Professional Development - we love to promote from within!
PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) supplied
Required Competencies and Training
Compassion, patience, and empathy
Dependable and attentive, with a strong commitment to providing high levels of care
Great communicator – with clients and support team
Ability to work alone, use initiative and be mindful of health and safety and other organisational policies at all times
Related experience providing care is desirable
2 QQI level 5 Healthcare modules – Care Skills and Care of the Elderly is a requirement
Ideally a driver with own transport
Up to date patient moving & handling certificate (or training provided)
International Police Clearance (where applicable)

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