Location: Buckinghamshire

Position Type: Full time

Salary: £8.21 – £9.00 per hour

Full time and part time hours available ranging from 16-37.5 hours per week.

At The In Care Group, we value our partners. Our passion and culture is what makes us different. It is the
culmination of all things we do that makes us a very special company to work with. All of our team have Health and Social Care experience, we know what’s right!

As a Health Care Assistant/support worker, working days or nights, you will be closely supporting our clients customers to enable them to do everything they need to live a fulfilled and independent life. All of our Care Staff work together as part of a team to provide the highest quality care. Essentially, you will put the comfort, happiness and safety of the people you are supporting first – and do what you can to promote dignity, independence and a contented life. No two days are the same!

Job Description

  • Supporting our clients customers by accompanying them to appointments, shopping, and helping with daily living routines
    including washing, dressing and some personal care.
  • Providing companionship and making someone’s day that little bit easier.
  • Undertaking a key worker role, building special relationships with the people we support
    and developing extended relationships with their families and friends.
  • Keeping clear and accurate records of the care and support provided.
  • Assisting the people, we support in order to improve health and well-being in order to maintain
    contact with family and friends e.g. skype, internet.
  • Undertaking practical duties where necessary including cleaning, laundry and helping
    customers to maintain their social and occupational skills e.g. letter
    writing, folding clothes and laying tables.
  • Supporting with various hobbies, interests, activities and the things the people we
    support enjoy.

Where you might be working?

The In Care Group are working closely with a small residential projects in Buckinghamshire. The homes have residents with additional needs and learning disabilities.

The services are relaxed and comfortable for the people you will be supporting. You will be supporting people with a variety of challenges or complex health needs. You will be working alongside experienced and supportive staff who will be more than happy to introduce and induct you to the role and get to know the people we support.


  • A caring, kind and empathetic approach.
  • To be passionate about making a difference.
  • Good communication skills.
  • The ability to take initiative.
  • To work flexibly including alternate weekends, or overnight dependant on the role
  • A basic level of IT or willingness to undertake basic IT training with support.


  • DBS processing
  • Mandatory Training
  • Advanced CQC Inspection ready training
  • Opportunity to enrol in further training
  • Ongoing support and guidance
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