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PBS Care delivers high quality care and we are committed to providing a supportive and development focused environment for our team. If you are currently looking for a career change or want to work in Care Industry – whether you have experience or not, we will help support you to reach your full potential. Come and Join Us. We hold a sponsor Licence and we recruit from all over the world.

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Great opportunities with a Dynamic Team

Do you want to work in care, do you have a passion to help those in need, but most importantly do you want to be part of a dynamic team that works together to deliver the best care for its clients?

Then drop us a call, we have opportunities in Cambridgeshire and Petersborough Areas.

We are looking for an enthusiastic Care Co-ordinator to support the delivery of exceptional standards of care to clients, meeting the personal care needs of the service user in a way that respects the dignity of the individual in line with their care plan, within their Homes, throughout the surrounding areas in St Neots, Kimbolton, Bythorn and surrounding areas.

You will provide:

This is a rewarding role where you will be adding value and making people’s lives better every day. You will provide:

  • Personal care and support with getting out and about.
  • Promoting independence and decision making
  • Promoting social inclusion and positive engagement in the community
  • Work together with the behaviour support team and the family to provide the best possible support.

 About you:

The following personal attributes are considered essential to the post:

  • Previous experience working within a healthcare environment
  • Must be a CAR DRIVER and have access to a vehicle because of the nature of the job
  • Ability to be patient & keep calm
  • A sense of responsibility
  • Professional & friendly
  • Reliable & trustworthy
  • Eligibility to work in the UK
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We are searching for enthusiastic and talented individuals who are passionate about providing care in the community. We have a number of full-time and part time home care positions available throughtout Cambridgeshire and Petersborough Areas.

You will be joining a friendly and hard-working home care team. You will be supported in your day to day role and also with your long-term career goals.

You will provide:

This is a rewarding role where you will be adding value and making people’s lives better every day. You will provide:

  • Personal care and support with getting out and about.
  • Promoting independence and decision making
  • Promoting social inclusion and positive engagement in the community
  • Work together with the behaviour support team and the family to provide the best possible support.

About you:

  • Hard-working and genuinely committed and passionate about providing quality care in the home which includes personal care, preparing meals, administering medicine, shopping and light household tasks.
  • Hard working and committed to learning and development.
  • Car Driver and access to own transport (desirable).
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We are currently recruiting for a number of Care Assistant roles within St Neots , St Ives, Huntingdon, Bythorn, Brampton, Godmanchester and surrounding areas. *Please note this on Permanent basis*

The role involves looking after young adults up to the elderly with conditions such as physical and learning disabilities to complex needs etc. 

You will provide:

This is a very rewarding role and will require the evening and weekend work. You will, 

  • Have your own vehicle to be able to drive to client locations is an added advantage. Full training provided.
  • Ensure Clients are at the heart of the care delivery and their wishes.
  • Ensure that you contribute to the efficient running of the service.
  • Be responsible for promoting and safeguarding the welfare of those individuals they support.
  • Assist with activities of domestic duties and daily living.
  • Ensure health, safety and welfare of clients.
  • Maintain up to date record or reports such as care plans.
  • Maintain regular communication with the Management team.
  • Respect the individuality and confidentiality of each client.
  • To communicate effectively.

The Person:

The following personal attributes are considered desirable to the post:

  • Previous experience working within a healthcare environment
  • Ability to be patient & keep calm
  • A sense of responsibility
  • Professional & friendly
  • Reliable & trustworthy
  • Eligibility to work in the UK
  • Overseas applicants are welcome

Download Application Form Here

We require experienced Healthcare Support Workers who are drivers and have access to own car to work within our domiciliary care setting in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire. You will

 

You will provide:

 

  • Assist with personal care and daily activities of living.
  • Ensure Clients are at the heart of the care delivery, respect their wishes and preferences, enhance their wellbeing and treat clients as individuals.
  • To ensure that you contribute to the efficient running of the service.
  • Be responsible for promoting and safeguarding the welfare of those individuals they support.

Benefits:

  • Excellent Pay Rates
  • Sunday rates
  • Bank holiday rates
  • Enrolment onto the Pension Scheme (Optional)
  • Free training
  • Free Uniform
  • Referal bonus upto £100 voucher
  • Expected Start Date: ASAP
  • Job Types: Full-time, Part-time
  • Salary: £19,136.00-£21,000.00 per year

About you:

  • Healthcare experience
  • Car drivers preferable. Must have a full UK drivers Licence and have access to own car
  • Enhanced DBS preferably on the update service. If yours has expired we can apply on your behalf but cost needs to met by applicant
  • Must be able to start as soon as they are compliant
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Job description

  • As domiciliary care manager, you will lead by example and be involved in both office management and hands on care and support. You will be a team leader and oversee the delivery of a quality service.
  • Your main responsibilities will include overseeing the provision of high-quality care to clients in their own homes.
  • As with all domiciliary care manager roles, you will be required to share the “on call” rota.
  • take over the day to day running of the service.
  • provide leadership, oversee, monitor and supervise care staff in accordance with current practices, policy and procedures, standards, legislation, regulations under the direction of the Nominated Individual.
  • Develop and maintain effective working relationships with the line manager for our service and liaise with our stakeholders.
  • be responsible for all aspects of the day-to-day operations within the care setting, including recruiting and managing staff, managing budgets and ensuring that the quality of the services provided meets national care standards.
  • Liaise with the provider ensuring all necessary reports are sent timeously
  • Create and uphold an open, positive and inclusive management culture
  • Develop and communicate the strategic plans for PBS Care
  • Oversee the implementation of PBS Care policies and procedures and follow the guidelines as required by Care Quality Commission.
  • Evaluation of the service goals and quality objectives
  • The person will need to be confident, compassionate and a team player. need to have flexibility and good interpersonal skills and a passion for developing our team to go further.
  • provide PPE and documents when needed.
  • Reporting any issues to management team.
  • encouraging and inspiring staff to offer the highest standards of support.
  • carrying out same tasks as support worker when needed which include, assisting with activities of daily living and personal care.
  • assisting the service user with activities of daily living, and in so doing, will at all times observe and respect the service user’s dignity, privacy and independence.

 

Minimum Requirement

  • DBS (police clearance)
  • excellent written skills for writing reports. a passion for working with people and providing person-centred care. leadership and management skills, with the ability to motivate others.
  • the capacity to work under pressure and to take a problem-solving approach to work.
  • Good communication skill, including listening, non-verbal and verbal communication.
  • Ability to adapt and address situations quickly
  • Ability to work in a team
  • Kind, compassionate and thoughtful
  • Overseas applicants welcome
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Job Application Form

If this is you, please download our Application Form, complete it and send it back to us and we will be back in touch with you. 

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