Support Worker


AVAILABLE HOURS: Full Time, Various Shifts


Would you like to join one of the premier providers of Health & Social Care in Derbyshire, Staffordshire and West Yorkshire ?

Mediline Carers and Nurses Ltd is the foremost provider of Health & Social Care within the East Midlands and West Yorkshire, putting quality and dignity at the heart of what we do. We currently have a requirement for Community Support Workers to support a Service User at their family home in the village of Bradley (near Penkridge, Staffordshire).



• Earning up to £8.40 per hour • All petrol expenses paid • Enhanced rates paid on all Bank Holidays • Full or Part-time hours available! • 28 days paid holidays per year - Pro rata • Full PAID Care Certificate training provided • Free NVQ training • Free uniform provided • Company pension scheme


The role of Community Support Worker is an interesting and varied role where you will assist in all aspects of your Service User's life, which will include supporting them to fulfil their needs, choices, interests & hobbies, including days out and socialising. Duties consist of, but are not limited to: • Interacting with your Service User, promoting independence & freedom of choice • Supporting to access the community - attending social events (Public houses, restaurants, swimming, gym, trips out, day services, personal appointments) • Driving your Service User to their chosen destination, in their own vehicle • Assisting with personal care tasks, promoting dignity at all times • Sitting with your Service User to ensure their well-being • Supporting with specialised administration of medication (after full training) • Supporting to meeting nutritional needs and fluid intake l• General housework and housekeeping The nature of this role can involve you being with your Service User for up to a maximum of 9 hours per shift. Full clean driving licence is essential as you will be required to drive the Service User to their chosen destination, when required. ALL MEDILINE CARE WORKERS - CARE ASSISTANTS - SUPPORT WORKERS ARE REQUIRED TO WORK WEEKENDS SHIFTS ON A ROTA BASIS. (With days off in the week to compensate). Experience as Care Worker - Care Assistant - Support Worker is preferred but not essential as full Care Certificate training is provided - with pay. Don’t miss this opportunity to join a team of dedicated and fully trained care staff who are proud to be working for a family owned award winning company. Apply Now!
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Do you hold a current full license to drive in the UK

Do you have access to a vehicle to undertake your duties

(if you are successful you will need to have class 1 business insurance)


Please read before completing this section; Standard availability requirements are weekdays plus at least alternate weekend availability, or just weekend availability.

If you are unable to meet the below shift times, please continue your application. We are able to discuss your individual availability and accomodate this if we are able to.








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Equal Opportunities Statement

With due regard to the Equality Act 2010, Mediline Nurses & Carers aims to select new employees based only on their ability to undertake the specified job. Every prospective employee will be treated fairly and solely on the grounds of merit. At no time will gender, marital status, age, disability, ethnic origin, sexual orientation or religion be a determining factor in recruiting a new employee.

Rehabilitation of Offenders Act

To safeguard vulnerable adults, the post for which application is being made is exempt from Section 4(2) of the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 by virtue of the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exemptions) Order 1975. The Company will therefore require applicants to undergo an enhanced check through the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS), the cost of which will be met by the applicant. This information will be treated in the strictest of confidence and any documents will be handled according to our policy on secure storage, handling, use, retention and disposal of disclosures and disclosure information.