Care Worker (Days) – Cranwell Court

Cranwell Court is a 56 bed Care Home split between a 17 bedded enhanced dementia unit and a 39 bed residential development situated on Cambridge Road in Grimsby. Set in its own beautiful grounds Cranwell Court comprises of a range of spacious , self contained apartments with kitchen and bathroom facilities, giving residents their own front door and private space.

We are rated ‘Good’ by the CQC and bring the very latest in care and facilities for older people into the heart of Grimsby.

We are looking for care workers on a full time basis (36 hours per week), working 7am to 7pm.

As a Support Worker, you will assist with the personal care of our Service User’s such as bathing, dressing, toileting, support with their prescribed medication and meal preparation in accordance with their induvial care plan. You will keep Service User’s care plans and records up to date and factual and report any factors that may present a risk in the deterioration and functioning of the Service User.

Previous experience working within the Care sector is desirable but not essential as full training is provided. Knowledge and understanding of people with different levels of learning disabilities would be beneficial. You must be able to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing with Service User’s and other professionals.

Your new rewarding role in Care comes with many added benefits such as:

• Retail, supermarket, holiday, entertainment & cinema discounts
• Paid breaks & enhanced rates of pay for Bank Holidays
• Discounted local & national gym memberships
• Access to low cost saving plans and loans
• Hospital and Death Benefit plans at prices you can’t find on the Highstreet
• Employee assistance programme & wellbeing support
• Refer a Friend bonuses
• Free parking

The successful candidate will be required to undertake an Enhanced DBS check and provide evidence of their COVID-19 vaccination status.

HICA Group are a ‘Not for Profit’ organisation providing a range of care services to older people and people with learning difficulties both within residential and nursing homes and within the community.