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Wake Nights Healthcare, Swindon

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Location:

Swindon, United Kingdom 

Job Category:

Other

Salary:

€8.92 - €9.32

EU work permit required:

Yes
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Job Reference:

FCN - 159_1623301443

Job Views:

36

Posted:

10.06.2021

Expiry Date:

25.07.2021
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Job Description:

First City Nursing and Care are seeking an individual with experience in healthcare and a passion to support customers in a person-centred way.



Embracing the First City values, the successful candidate will support individuals to live independently in their own homes, residential settings and care homes in and around the Swindon area during wake night shifts.



Experience with supporting complex care needs would be desirable.



If you’re friendly, approachable and empathetic towards others and have the drive to go the extra mile, we are looking for you! Apply today to join a dedicated, growing and trusted team. There’s never been a better time to join our outstanding team, led by a Director recognised for efforts during Covid19, which includes safety of the workforce and customers, with an MBE.



First City perks include:

* Excellent in-house training
* First uniform free
* Workplace pension Discounts at major retailers
* Refer a friend scheme
* Flexible hours (some weekend commitment is required)





All employment with First City is subject to satisfactory references, enhanced DBS check and full completion of mandatory training.



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Job Requirements:

Experience with supporting complex care needs would be desirable. If you're friendly, approachable and empathetic towards others and have the drive to go the extra mile, we are looking for you!
Company Info
First City Nursing and Care
First City House
Swindon, Wiltshire, United Kingdom
Phone: 01793434222
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