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Health Care Assistant - Cabra - Evenings & Weekends, Dublin, Pioneer Homecare

Published 2022-09-22
Expires 2022-10-22
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Health Care Assistant - Cabra - Evenings & Weekends, Dublin, Pioneer Homecare
Ireland, Dublin, Dublin,
Published September 22, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Health care assistant - cabra - evenings & weekends


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Pioneer HomeCare is an Irish Family Owned and Family run Homecare company. We believe in going the extra mile to make our clients feel safe, independent and comfortable in their own home. It is important for us to find genuinely caring, empathetic and dependable candidates who thoroughly enjoy helping others and making a small difference to peoples lives. At Pioneer Homecare we believe that care giving is about more than just general tasks and duties but also involves companionship which is why a friendly and sociable attitude is what we are looking out for and appreciate always. If you believe this sounds like you and you wish to work for a company that truly appreciates and looks out for their carers then we would love to hear from you! This role is solely for work in theCabra area, Evenings & Weekends only. Hourly rates are as follows: €14 Monday - Friday €15 Saturday €16 Sunday What Pioneer HomeCare can offer you: • Competitive Hourly Rates • Flexible Hours to suit your lifestyle • Weekly Pay • Full induction training provided to include Manual Handling and Dementia Awareness training • In-House QQI Training • Paid Mileage • Carer of the month scheme • Refer a Friend scheme • Annual Loyalty Reward • Excellent Career Progression Opportunities Requirements: Excellent Communication and English speaking skills. Positive can-do attitude with a great level of empathy and patience. Sociable and approachable while being extremely dependable. Full and in date drivers’ licence Eligibility to work in Ireland. Available to work in the Dublin - Cabra and surrounding areas. Job responsibilities:  Assisting client with all daily living needs. Food preparation and feeding. Assistance with mobility. Medication prompting. Companionship. Carrying out domestic duties (e.g. Light housework, laundry, shopping, etc)

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