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What makes our care homes so special and a great place to work?

We believe passionately in ensuring we have time to care for everyone in the Guild Care family; our residents, their families, our staff and volunteers - for us, everyone matters.

Because we’re a charity, all of our surpluses are reinvested for the benefit of our residents, their families, our staff and the local community. We are 100% for people, not profit.

Whether you’re an experience care assistant or new to care, we have four types of care assistant roles available across each of our three homes in Worthing. You must be eligible to work in the UK to apply for these roles.

Day Care Assistant

As a day Care Assistant, you'll provide compassionate, person-centered care to our residents, ensuring that their feelings are respected and assisting them to stay independent. In addition to helping with personal care, mealtimes, and activities, you'll be a listening ear to those who need it most.

Night Care Assistant

As a night Care Assistant, you'll have time to provide care that meets the needs of the residents, checking on them at regular intervals according to their care plans. You’ll be busy monitoring and assisting residents, but without the noise and interruptions of the daytime. You will respond promptly to calls for assistance while respecting, at all times, the privacy, dignity and choice of the residents.

Bank Care Assistant

Working as a Bank Care Assistant (as and when required) can provide you with flexible working arrangements resulting in a better work-life balance. It also gives you the chance to earn some extra money and to fit work around family arrangements, study, and other commitments. You get to work within our care homes and gain more skills and experience working in the care sector by working on the bank team at Guild Care.

Dementia Support Worker

Among the most rewarding aspects of being a Dementia Support Worker is the opportunity to interact with our residents that we affectionately refer to as family members, knowing that your support has made a real difference to their lives. You will assist our family members who are living well with dementia with all aspects of their personal care, but in a way that is focused on people’s feelings and turning a task into a positive social interaction. You will create a happy, homely, and stimulating environment for family members, based on individual life-style choices and the interests of the family members.

New to care?

If you’re considering care, come and talk to our recruitment and care home teams and find out what life in our homes is really like. We have an excellent training programme to get your started including a buddy system, with all the help you’ll need to get settled into your exciting new career in care.

Don’t just take our word for it...

Hear from our wonderful Heidi, Night care assistant, at our care home Linfield House about sharing giggles, laughter and tears and creating the special moments that stay with us forever, helping our residents live well and love every day.

So, whether you’re an experienced Care Assistant or considering the care sector for your next move, there is no better place than the Guild Care family, call or email us today to start your journey.

Get in touch if you’d like to discuss any of our opportunities - we’d love to hear from you

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