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Care Assitant & Support Worker

CareArt Uk (Ltd) supply many independent hospitals, various residential and care home across Surrey and its surroundings. We are looking for different types of Healthcare assistant or Support worker with various experiences to join our diverse team of workers. This is an opportunity for anyone looking for a new career opportunity, looking for a more reliable agency or have complete control over their working hours. The role requires the individual to be well organised and the ability to learn quickly as the will be working in a fast-paced environment. You must have excellent communication skills, reliable, well presented and the ability to work within a multi-disciplined team.


At CareArt we understand that our staff are our greatest asset, and we are passionate about finding the right people to help us achieve our vision. We treat our staff with the respect they deserve and do everything we can to support you in your career development and to make your job as satisfying and pleasant as it should be.

Paid Training

Competitive rates of pay

24hrs service and 365 days a year

Referral Scheme

28 days paid holiday per year and a staff pension

Advance shifts and block booking

Last minutes shifts

Uniform & Badge Provided

Flexible working hours.

Being part of an enthusiastic team


What are the required skills for the job?

Everyone working in adult social care needs English, number, digital and employability skills (including team work, problem solving, planning your ongoing learning and development and managing your own health and wellbeing.). Together these are known as core skills

What will I have to do?

Healthcare workers are the front-line staff in all care settings. They work with all types of people who need care and support, who receive direct care. Their duties vary depending on the needs of the individual, they are responsible for the individuals’ overall comfort and wellbeing and help people who need care and support to live as independently as possible. Duties can include:
assisting and enabling, washing and dressing, taking food and refreshment, mobility, toileting, bed making, providing interest and activities to stimulate and engage the service user, monitoring individuals’ conditions by taking temperature, pulse, respiration, and weight, contributing to record keeping.

Do I need experience for the job?

There are no specific minimum qualifications to begin this job although workers must go through a criminal record check and industry standard induction training. Training will also be given on the job in food hygiene, health and safety, and manual handling.


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Kingsmill Business Park,
Kingston Upon Thames


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