If you are looking for a career in care then take a look at the job opportunites we have! 
Domicilliary Care Assistant - Colchester 
Full and part time domiciliary carers. If you love to help people and make a difference in peoples lives, this is the job for you. 
 
You will be required to assist service users with personal care, shopping, light house work, meal preparation and medication supervision. 
 
A full, clean UK driving licence is essential as you will be driving to service users homes in and around Colchester. 
 
No experience is necessary as training will be provided, however a passion for caring is essential. 
 
Benefits of working with us include a free uniform, great rates of pay, holiday pay and many more. 
 
Support Woker - Colchester  
We are looking for an experienced female support worker to work 1 to 1 with a client based in Colchester. Applicants will have at least two years experience in a care setting and a clear understanding of stroke rehabilitation. 
 
Tasks will include: 
Personal care 
Preparation of meals 
Medication supervision 
Light domestic 
Companionship 
 
Qualifications and Skills: 
2 years experience 
Stroke rehabilitation knowledge 
 
Benefits: 
Contracted hours 
Pension scheme 
Holiday entitlement 
Full training 
Diploma and further training 
 
Support Worker - Chelmsford 
We are looking for a support worker who is able to work on a 1 to 1 basis in the CM2 area. The candidate willneed experience in learning disability support and knowledge on how to implement person centred care. Personal care and access to the community is required. 
 
This role will require some sleep nights as part of the working pattern. 
 
Right-Care Ltd are one of the leading care company's in Colchester, and we have just been awarded as one of the top 10 home care providers in the East of England for the third year running. 
 
We pride ourselves on providing an excellent level of care for service users in their own homes whilst maintaining dignity and respect at all times. 
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