Care Worker Jobs in Leicester

Join the Aspire team- Multiple roles available!

We are actively recruiting care workers, specialist workers and Quality Monitoring Officers to join the Aspire team. With ongoing training, career development opportunities, staff support and competitive employee benefits, Aspire could help you to launch a rewarding career in the care industry. We are based in Leicester and offer care services to residents across Leicester and Leicestershire areas.

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Complex Care Coordinator

As a complex care coordinator within Aspire UK’s complex care division, you will work with clients, their families, carers and commissioners. You will work with a team to support clients, by helping them maintain their health and enhancing their independence.

ROLE REQUIREMENTS

  • Experience from a previous care coordination role
  • Customer Service experience
  • A QCF Diploma Level 3 or other relevant vocational qualification
  • A genuine interest in working within a caring, collaborative environment
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and a ‘team player’ attitude
  • Good IT skills, including Microsoft Office packages (mainly Word, Excel, Outlook and Teams).
  • Excellent organisational and administration skills
  • High attention to detail
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Ability to work efficiently under pressure and to tight deadlines
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team
  • Satisfactory enhanced DBS disclosure
  • Full, clean UK driving licence

HOURS OF WORK

You will work 37.5 hours per week, (plus additional hours according to the needs of the business and participation in telephone on-call back up).

DAY-TO-DAY DUTIES WILL INCLUDE:

  • Coordinating care/support staff and nurses work patterns to ensure they provide support
  • Ensuring clients receive high-quality care both safely and compassionately
  • Organising, coordinating and managing packages of care
  • Supervising the deployment of care services in accordance with agreed standards
  • Ensuring staff have the necessary, up-to-date training and support to excel in their roles
  • Working with team members to establish effective employer-employee relationships
  • Encouraging team members to maintain excellent levels of care and support
  • Acting as an ambassador for Aspire UK and upholding the company’s core values

OUR OFFER:

    • We are looking to increase the numbers of coordinators in our team. The successful person will be offered a salary of between £22,500 to £27,000 depending on experience, skills and Knowledge. We will also offer a work based Pension Scheme, Paid Milage, Company Mobile an Employee Assistance Programme, Dedicated Support from a Committed Management Team and the chance to be part of a caring, dynamic community that encourages professional development.

      If you think your skills and experience match the requirements of this role, then we would love to hear from you.

      For more information about Aspire UK and/or the role itself, please contact Patricia Branson, Operations Manager at support@aspireuk.co.uk

      We look forward to hearing from you!
      Aspire UK is an Equal Opportunities Employer

Team Leaders

To assist with continued organisational growth, we are recruiting for a further two Team Leaders to join our current team in Leicester.

Aspire UK helps hundreds of people each year to get the best out of life, we help the elderly, adults, people with learning/physical disabilities; those with Mental Health needs; people with Dementia, Alzheimer’s or other long-term illnesses including end of life care.

As one of Leicester’s leading providers of home care services, we recognise that the success of our company is based on two very important principles; our business is about the people we serve, and the people who deliver that service.

We recruit people who are experienced in social care, and people who are completely new to the care sector. It is important to us, and to our customers that we recruit people of all backgrounds, cultures, and ages. Whether you are experienced or not, you will receive full training & Mentoring.

We are currently seeking Team Leaders / Field Care Supervisors to work in the community

THE ROLE:

  • Carry out client assessments, care and support plans
  • Organise and attend client reviews and field observations
  • Liaise closely with colleagues and other care professionals
  • Monitor performance, supervise and mentor new care/support staff in the field
  • Ensure accuracy of documentation & reports are professionally maintained
  • You will be expected to assist in care duties as & when required

THE CANDIDATE

  • Applicants would ideally have care experience and have/or be willing to work towards a qualification in care.
  • Good IT Skills
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Applicant must be flexible with their hours of work
  • Able to carry out care duties as and when required

WHAT WE OFFER:

  • Salary £21,000 to £25,000
  • Paid Mileage
  • Up to 28 Days Paid Holiday
  • Refer a Friend Bonus Scheme
  • Fully Funded DBS Application
  • Fully Funded Lifelong Care Certificate Qualification
  • Employee Benefits Scheme
  • Free Uniform / Full PPE
  • Free Company Mobile Phone
  • Company Pension Scheme
  • Ongoing Training and Support
  • Free QCF Level 2 & 3 Qualification in Health & Social Care
  • Excellent Office Support

FURTHER INFORMATION AND REQUIREMENTS

  • All roles are subject to proof of eligibility to work in the UK
  • All roles are subject to enhanced DBS checks
  • Applicants must be CAR DRIVERS

We are an equal opportunities employer

Support / Care Workers

Aspire UK provide specialist and complex care services, which are person centred and nurse led to adults who may have conditions ranging from Acquired Brain Injury, Spinal Injuries or other progressive diseases such are Alzheimer’s, Dementia, Motor Neuron Disease (MND) AND Multiple Sclerosis (MS).

We are currently seeking Support / Care Workers to join our current established and expanding teams.

ABOUT THE ROLE

  • You will support clients with all aspects of daily living, which will include personal care, respiratory care, therapies and medication administration.
  • Provide support in social activities and interests.
  • Accompany on hospital and other therapeutic appointments.
  • Socialising and maintaining friendships and relationships.
  • Increasing independence and autonomy.
  • Supporting and enabling to identify and achieve goals.
  • Assist with domestic duties including daily food preparation.

ABOUT YOU

Applicants must have clear written and verbal communication skills, be friendly and upbeat with a great sense of humour.

Excellent people skills are a must, this combined with the ability to engage and encourage clients to thrive.

So, if you are looking for a new, rewarding career or a change in direction then now is the time to apply.

WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT FROM US

  • Excellent training delivered by our in-house qualified specialist nurse
  • Guaranteed Shifts / Hrs (6 – 8 Hrs or 12 hour day Shifts and Waking Night shifts)
  • Excellent rates of pay (Enhanced during Bank Holidays)
  • Up to 5.6 Weeks Holiday Pay
  • Refer a Friend Bonus Scheme
  • Fully Funded DBS Application
  • Employee Benefits Scheme
  • Free Uniform / Full PPE
  • Free Company Mobile Phone
  • Company Pension Scheme
  • Free QCF Level 2 & 3 Qualification in Health & Social Care

Care / Support Roles

ABOUT THE ROLE

Our care and support workers help clients with practical domestic tasks, personal care, preparing meals, and in the community. Sometimes offering specialised and complex care, they make a significant contribution to their community, improving the lives of people who need assistance. All candidates are subject to an enhanced DBS check.

ABOUT YOU

You are an enthusiastic, reliable and caring person with a good attitude. You have excellent written and verbal communication skills and a desire to learn. You understand or have experience in care provision and are willing to undergo training. Please note, no prior experience is required for this role as we offer full training, support and mentoring.

BENEFITS

When you work with Aspire UK, you will access competitive pay rates, ongoing training, free uniforms, up to 28 days paid holidays, paid mileage, the Employer Contribution Pension Scheme, and excellent support from management , a company phone, FREE 2 & 3 Qualification in Health & Social Care, our exclusive Employee Referral Bonus Program and discounts every day to hundreds of UK retailers, including Tesco, Marks & Spencer, Pizza Express and many others.

Quality Monitoring Officer Roles

ABOUT THE ROLE

Our QMO’s ensure the highest standard of care and support is being delivered at all times. They work closely with clients to develop and review tailored care plans, and confidently guide and support a group of Aspire’s care workers. They support the company by completing a range of managerial and organisational tasks and are rewarded with competitive benefits.

ABOUT YOU

You have hands-on care experience and possess good planning, organisational and interpersonal skills. You have access to your own car and potential supervision experience within the health and social care sector. You have obtained a QCF Level 2 or 3 qualification in Health and Social Care and you have a working knowledge of domiciliary care.

Interested in joining the Aspire team?

We are actively recruiting dedicated team members to join the growing Aspire team. We offer training, career development, ongoing support and career benefits.
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