We have an extensive range of opportunities, with our primary roles in care, and life skills development. Our Care Assistants are vital to both the success of the people who use our services and to the success of our Company. Demanding, challenging, yet equally rewarding, as a Care Assistant no two days are ever the same.
You don’t have to have come from a social care background, or have a formal qualification to develop a career in care. Whether you have raised your own family, helped out in the community, supported elderly relatives, or are simply a caring and understanding person, many of the skills you will have learned through your life are transferable to the role of Care Assistant. You just need to have a genuine interest and desire to care and support people.
To apply for a position at Regency Hall download an application form here Please send completed forms by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by post: FAO Recruitment, Regency Hall, The Carriage Drive, Hadfield, Derbyshire SK13 1PJ.
Our ideal Care Assistant will:
- Be provided with full training.
- Place the needs of others first.
- Motivate and empower people – promoting life skills.
- Be committed to supporting the needs of others.
- Understand and respond to complex medical needs.
- Confidently and empathetically deal with challenging situations.
- Be patient.
- Be keen to progress.
- Be a team player – working closely with other professionals.
- Want to get involved in every activity
- Be flexible to work shifts.
Health Requirements for Care Workers at Regency Hall These guidelines have been prepared to ensure that anyone who is employed as a Care Worker at Regency Hall is both physically and mentally capable of applying their skills in any situation connected to their work.
The Care Quality Commission (CQC) has published guidance for providers to demonstrate compliance with regulations made under Part 4 of the Health and Social Care Act 2008 (Regulated Activities) Regulations 2010.
Regulation 21 – Requirements relating to workers.
The registered person must: have effective recruitment procedures in place in order to ensure that no person is employed for the purposes of carrying on a regulated activity unless that person – (iii) is physically and mentally fit for that work.
CQC expect providers to manage quality by employing the right people including ensuring that employees are physically and mentally able to carry out their role, with a plan of support where necessary.
This means Care Workers: are not placed at risk by the work they will do because of an illness or medical condition they have do not present a risk to people who use services because of an illness or medical condition they have.
Pendlebury Care Homes require all employees to complete a health screening questionnaire at the point of the employment offer. Employment is only confirmed when all necessary recruitment and health information has been received and is satisfactory.
We also have positions for full time domestic and laundry staff, senior care assistant days and nights.