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Ultra Care Health Professionals

Ultra Care Health Professionals differs from other temporary and permanent placement agencies; it is run and managed by people with background experience and knowledge in the speciality areas that our staff are working within.

Opportunities

Health Care Assistant

The Role
We are looking for enthusiastic, caring people to bring their personality, skills and life experience to work and help our Service Users to develop, grow and have fulfilling life.
You will be a passionate and dedicated Health Care Assistant looking for full or part time employment. The work will be flexible and within different Residential and Nursing Homes in and around the Newport area.
You will be responsible for delivering high-quality person-centred care to service users ensuring that they lead fulfilling lives. You will engage in daily activities to promote the Service Users health, well-being and encouraging their independence.
Our Staff
Many of our carers will have previous care and/or support work experience before they begin their employment with us and we provide them with a full induction, moving and handling training and additional e-learning training and support to enable them to work with all our clients.
All our carers are fully vetted, so you will be required to provide a minimum of 2 references and undertake an enhanced DBS check.
Responsibilities and Duties
Duties include:
• To support individuals with aspects of personal care to include washing, dressing, using the toilet whilst promoting independence in the individuals own home
• To support individuals in attending activities or providing domestic support
• To maintain good health with offering assistance with medication and meal preparation
• To support individual lifestyle choices when delivering services ensuring dignity is always maintained
• To be able to work using own initiative, with your colleagues and any other professional bodies, ensuring the quality of care being delivered is of the highest standard
Qualifications and Skills
• Candidate must be able to show compassion, empathy and good communication skills
• Candidate must be able to record and communicate vital and important information in a professional manner
• Must be aged 18 and over
• Candidate must be able to work independently as well as part of a trusted team
• Candidate must have good time keeping
• Full training will be provided
This position will be subject to an enhanced disclosure check.
Benefits
• Flexible working hours
• Excellent rates of pay
• Weekly Paid
• Various working Locations to suit you
• Full and Part time work
• £10-16 per hour

Mental Health Support Worker

The Role;
We are looking for enthusiastic, caring people to bring their personality, skills, and life experience to work and help our Service Users to develop, grow and have fulfilling life.
You will be a passionate and dedicated Mental Health Support worker looking for full or part time employment. The work will be flexible and within different Residential Homes in and around the Newport area.
You will be responsible for delivering high-quality person-centred care to service users ensuring that they lead fulfilling lives. You will engage in daily activities to promote the Service Users health, mental health, well-being and encouraging their independence.
Our Staff;
Many of our Mental Health Support workers will have previous care and/or support work experience before they begin their employment with us, and we provide them with a full induction, training and additional e-learning training and support to enable them to work with all our clients.
All our support workers are fully vetted, so you will be required to provide a minimum of 2 references and undertake an enhanced DBS check.
Responsibilities and Duties;
Duties include:
• To support individuals with aspects of personal care whilst promoting independence in the individuals own space.
• Supporting the service users with money management and budgeting
• To support individuals in attending activities or providing domestic support
• To maintain good health with offering assistance with medication, meal preparation and shopping.
• To support individual lifestyle choices when delivering services ensuring dignity is always maintained
• To be able to work using own initiative, with your colleagues and any other professional bodies, ensuring the quality of care being delivered is of the highest standard

Qualifications and Skills;
• Candidate must be able to show compassion, empathy, and good communication skills
• Candidate must be able to record and communicate vital and important information in a professional manner
• It is desirable that candidates have worked in a support environment previously
• Must be aged 18 and over
• Candidate must be able to work independently as well as part of a trusted team
• Candidate must have good time keeping
• Full training will be provided
• This position will be subject to an enhanced disclosure check.

Benefits;
• Flexible working hours
• Excellent rates of pay
• Weekly Paid
• Various working Locations to suit you
• Refer a friend scheme - earn money
• Job Types: Full-time, Part-time

Residential Support Worker

The Role
We are looking for professional, enthusiastic, caring people who have or are working in the Care Sector, to bring their personality, skills and life experience to work and help our Service Users to develop, grow and have fulfilling lives.
You will be a passionate and dedicated Support Worker or Care Worker looking for full or part time employment. The work will be flexible and within different Residential and Nursing Homes in and around the Newport area. NOT house to house.
You will be responsible for delivering high-quality person-centred support and care to service users ensuring that they lead fulfilling lives. You will engage in daily activities to promote the Service Users health, well-being and encouraging their independence.
Our Staff
Our support workers and carers will have previous care and/or support work experience before they begin their employment with us and we provide them with a full induction and any additional e-learning training and support to enable them to work with all our clients.
All our support workers and carers are fully vetted, so you will be required to provide a minimum of 2 Support Worker or Care related references and have or undertake an enhanced DBS check.
Responsibilities and Duties
Duties include:
• To support individuals with aspects of personal care to include washing, dressing, using the toilet whilst promoting independence in the individuals own home
• To support individuals in attending activities or providing domestic support
• To maintain good health with offering assistance with medication and meal preparation
• To support individual lifestyle choices when delivering services ensuring dignity is always maintained
• To be able to work using own initiative, with your colleagues and any other professional bodies, ensuring the quality of care being delivered is of the highest standard
Qualifications and Skills
• Candidate must be able to show compassion, empathy and good communication skills
• Candidate must be able to record and communicate vital and important information in a professional manner
• Must be aged 18 and over
• Candidate must be able to work independently as well as part of a trusted team
• Candidate must have good time keeping
• Full training will be provided
This position will be subject to an enhanced disclosure check.
Benefits
• Flexible working hours
• Excellent rates of pay
• Weekly Paid
• Various working Locations to suit you
• Refer a friend scheme and earn yourself some money
• Full and Part time
• £10-16 Per Hour

Talk to us today!

Paige Murray
Recruitment/Office Consultant

Paige has worked in a support or care setting for most of her life and now spends most of her time recruiting for Ultra Care. Paige enjoys networking events and meeting new people who are also passionate about support and care work.

Times available: 

19th

10:00-12:00 / 13:00-15:30

20th

10:00-12:00 / 13:00-15:30

21st 

Not Available