Female Support Worker - Great Yarmouth

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Support Worker - Great Yarmouth, Norfolk

Shifts; Monday - Sunday (07:00-19:00 and 21:00-07:00)

Per Hour; £8.12 - £8.89(Not including holiday pay)

Pulse Community Healthcare are currently recruiting for experienced support workers to work within our community complex care packages.

We are seeking support workers that provide commitment and are passionate about promoting high levels of clinical care to our individuals. PCH offers you all the support via our dedicated case managers and clearing team.

Duties of the role include:

Personal care

Oxygen and enteral feeding


Moving and handling 

The ideal Support Worker will have:

A current enhanced DBS on the update service (preferred but not essential)

Previous paid experience in Health and Social Care in the UK

Good knowledge of safeguarding and person-centred care

Good understanding of professional boundaries

Ability to use own initiative and work as part of wider team.

As a Support Worker for Pulse Community Healthcare you will benefit from:

£200 'Joining Bonus’ if you complete registration within 28 days*

£250 'Recommend a Friend’ scheme*

Excellent personal development and career opportunities

Mandatory training provided, with full induction and competency sign off

Specialist training provided to prepare you for the client’s unique requirements

Ability to access your rotas online in advance

Support from a dedicated Case Manager, and 24/7 clinical support.

If you are interested in developing your career in care, please apply now with an up-to-date copy of your CV. All opportunities are subject to a satisfactory DBS check.



Pulse Community Healthcare is an employment agency/employment business (as defined by the Conduct of Employment Agencies and Employment Businesses Regulations 2003) and is acting on behalf of its client in relation to this vacancy.

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