A SUPPORTIVE TEAM
At Pembrokeshire Care we support hundreds of people in the County every day and our Carers are at the heart of everything we do.
Join our team as a Carer and you’ll help to support those who need it the most by making a positive impact on their quality of life and helping them to achieve their goals. A career as a Carer can be hard work but it’s immensely rewarding and satisfying.
Regularly care for and get to know vulnerable people in the local community, meeting their individual needs by providing personal care and support with everyday living.
Make a Positive Impact On The Lives of Vulnerable
People in Your Local Community
If you enjoy helping people, you could enjoy a rewarding career that involves travelling to people’s homes in your local area to provide high quality care. No two days will be the same as you follow an agreed schedule, delivering personal care plans and supporting independent living.
Your Rewarding Role Will Involve:
Getting to know the people you care for, so you can understand more about their interests and meet their individual needs
Helping with everyday household tasks such as shopping, housework and Laundry
Assisting with daily personal care, including washing, dressing and toileting
Working with your local team to shape individual care and development plans
Helping people to manage their household budget, pay bills and write letters
Organising and helping people with leisure activities
What Do We Look For In Our Care Assistants?
While you’ll benefit from some care experience – it’s not essential. We provide all our new Carers with high quality training, so you can meet different needs and deliver the highest quality care. We’re more interested in your personality and these skills and qualities:
A caring sensitive and tactful approach
A desire to help vulnerable people
Patience, empathy and a good sense of humour
Respect for others, a friendly personality and the ability to relate with and build strong relationships with people from a wide variety of backgrounds
Reliability and flexible approach to your work
Good communication skills and the ability to keep calm and focused even under pressure
£9.35 Standard Carer
£9.40 Carer with NVQ
£0.30 Pence Per Mile
£9.45 Standard Carer
£9.50 Carer with NVQ
£0.35 Pence Per Mile
Your shifts and working hours will depend on your availability balanced with the requirements of your team. As we need to provide care beyond the 9 to 5, your working hours may involve some evenings, weekends and split-shift work.
As a Carer you’ll be expected to make your own way between the homes of our customers. So, you’ll benefit from a full driving licence and access to a car
(You will be paid travel time at the NLW and mileage).