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Housekeeper

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9.63 - 10.38 GBP HOURLY

15ten15

www.15ten15.com

Leeds, United Kingdom

Unknown / Non-Applicable

Company - Private

Published 359 days ago

WHO ARE WE?

Brilliant are recruiting in the Derby area for a house keeper to work at an independent family run company that has been providing quality care to the elderly for over 35 years. They pride themselves on providing person centred care to their residents in a quality environment and in beautiful surroundings so that they can enjoy a high quality of life.

WHAT WE'RE LOOKING FOR

An enthusiastic & hard working individual who wishes to work as part of the Housekeeping team to meet the standards of hygiene and cleanliness as set by the Management, and undertake housekeeping duties with the minimum interference and whilst respecting the resident’s right to privacy and independence.


THE IDEAL CANDIDATE

Will have a positive can do attitude & a desire to help others, previous experience in a similar role, although this in not essential as full training is provided.


This is a part time role of 20 hours per week.


WHAT'S IN IT FOR YOU?

We believe you should be rewarded well when you work well, so in addition to paying above the Living Wage and part of the Workplace Pension Scheme we also offer our own bonuses and paid introduction training.

Access to training relevant to the Role or Care Sector such as Diploma in Health and Social Care. and Care Certificate. In addition, mandatory training is undertaken either by courses held on-site or via Training booklets/Test papers provided.

  • Pay Day advance available
  • Free DBS (Cost reimbursed after 3 months employment)
  • Free Uniform
  • 5.6 weeks holiday pro rata
  • Occupancy bonus along with other numerous small bonuses which are explained on induction.


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