Waking and On-Call Night Carers - London

Complex Medical - Night Positions
Ref: 1883 Date Posted: Tuesday 27 Apr 2021
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Waking and On-Call Night Carers

Location: London and across the UK
Wage: Up to 16.00 Gross per hour
Essential: Experience with children, young people or adults with complex needs, waking night or on-call night experience
Start Date: Various start dates
Hours and Days: Typically, 10 to 12 hour shifts, up to 4 nights a week

We are seeking experienced On-Call and Waking Night carers to support our clients who have complex needs.  Our clients range from young children to adults aged up to 65, who are supported within their own home. Typically. the night roles we recruit for are up to 4 nights a week, for between 10 to 12 hour shifts.

We recruit dedicated night carers who understand how important this role is, not only ensuring the client is safe and as comfortable as possible throughout the night, but also for parents/family members to be able to have a much-needed good night’s sleep in the knowledge their loved on is in safe hands.

We are keen to hear from support workers who have experience supporting clients of all ages with epilepsy, cerebral palsy, spinal injury, Acquired Brain Injury, and/or complex needs such as those requiring PEG feeding and oxygen administration/monitoring.

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Recruitment for Night Roles
Snap Care will either carry out the full recruitment for this vacancy, or our clients may promote the vacancy using our Snap Shortlist Option or Snap Job Advert option, in which case we will forward applications to our client who will then continue the recruitment process. Please see our website for more information on how Snap works with associated companies and clients.

(*Where a specific gender is stated as essential, gender is considered to be a genuine occupational requirement (GOP) in accordance to paragraph 1, schedule 9 of the Equality Act 2010.)