Join Our Team!

  • Location: Worthing, West Sussex
  • Salary: £12.60 - £13.20 per hour
  • Shift patterns: Monday - Sunday 20:00 - 08:00
  • Contract hours: 36 hours per week, alternative weekends required. 

Please be advised that this role is not eligible for sponsorship.

If you are passionate about supporting people living with dementia and thrive working nights then this is the job for you. We are searching for a dedicated care assistant to join our Linfield House team.

Guild Care is Worthing’s most established Social Care charity and one of the largest employers in the area.

Our Benefits at Guild Care:

  • Up to £1000 Welcome to Guild Care bonus (subject to T&Cs).
  • Refer a friend scheme and receive £500 (subject to T&C's).
  • Comprehensive mandatory training conducted by our dedicated in-house training team/external providers and fully paid induction.
  • Eligibility to apply for the Blue Light Discount card – Excellent discounts on gyms, restaurants, and other huge retailers...
  • A fantastic employee assistance programme.
  • The opportunity to enrol into a cash plan to support a variety of health appointments.
  • 25% discount across all Guild Care retail stores.
  • A generous annual leave entitlement.
  • You will receive an additional “well being day” on top of your annual leave
  • Development is important for us, you will receive fantastic support for learning and development.

Essential Qualities:

  • Experience working with older people, dementia care, and manual handling.
  • Evidence of Care Certificate or NVQ qualifications.
  • A compassionate and caring approach to providing emotional support.
  • Good communication skills with the ability to actively listen to clients and their families.
  • Ability to assist with mobility and physical activities, including lifting or supporting clients.
  • Quick thinking and problem-solving skills for unexpected challenges.
  • Accurate and timely recording of information and care provided.
  • Understanding and adherence to health and safety protocols.
  • Collaboration with healthcare professionals, family members, and community services.
  • Good time management to efficiently fulfil all care responsibilities.
  • Team player with a caring and respectful nature.
  • Awareness and respect for diverse cultural backgrounds and beliefs.
  • Satisfactory DBS Check.

Our Vision – All people in need of care live fulfilling, safe and secure lives.

Our Mission - We will achieve our vision by ensuring our support and services are accessible, effective, and lovingly delivered.

We pride ourselves on being a values led, culture driven organisation.

Our values (BELIEF)

Brave – Courageous, passionate, empowered

Engaging – Straightforward, authentic, present

Loving – Genuine, caring, interested

Integrity – Respectful, accountable, trustworthy

Everyone Matters – Considerate, attentive, appreciative

Free to be me – Playing to strengths, supporting each other, being vulnerable

    In line with our commitment to equality, Guild Care proudly embraces and supports the LGBTQ+ community. We actively seek to recruit and retain employees who reflect the diversity of the world we live in. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to their gender identity, sexual orientation, race, colour, religion, national origin, age, or disability status. Please get in touch should you require any support in completing your application: [email protected]

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