Are you an experienced Paediatric Healthcare Assistant seeking a new challenge, or have experience working with adults with complex care and seeking to develop your skills further? We can offer you flexible working and an opportunity to develop new skills and progress your career.
Our client is a female infant 6 months old, who is totally dependent on her family and care team to meet all her needs. She has Hypoxic Ischaemic Encephalopathy, GORD and Moderate bilateral cortical dysfunction. She has Nasogastric/Nasojejunal tube feed and needs support with saliva accumulation through administration of repositioning, suction and delivery of the required medication.
She lives at home with her parents and your role will be to provide full care and support to our client at the family home during waking nights shifts.
There will be an opportunity for you to attend a meet & greet / work shadow shifts prior to going live - this is an excellent opportunity for the right candidate where you will receive A1 training and job satisfaction.
As a Healthcare Assistant you will have an opportunity to build on your current experience by working directly with clinical interventions including but not limited to:-
NG/Gastrostomy feeding, BIPAP, Cough Assist, Tracheostomy. Suction etc.
This is a fantastic opportunity to further your career and work within a community setting, providing a high standard of clinical, physical and emotional support.
We are seeking Healthcare Assistants (HCA's) to work in partnership with our nurses to provide clinical interventions for patients with a range of debilitating conditions and disabilities. You will be compassionate and caring with a desire to succeed in all that you do. We have an excellent training programme in place to support you with your career development.
Pay Rates from £11.17 - £13.98 Inclusive of holiday pay.
Flexible working: Shift patterns are: Waking Nights 22.00 - 07.00 Thursday - Monday
As a Healthcare Assistant with Advantage you will:
- Have paid experience as a support worker or healthcare assistant (HCA) in a community, residential or hospital setting
- Be committed to providing the highest standard of compassionate care
- A current enhanced DBS on the update service (preferred but not essential)
- Sound knowledge of person centred care
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills