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Band 2 - Health and Social Care Assistant - Application

All vacancies for this role have now been filled but if you would like to express an interest, please fill in the form below. If we have any vacancies in the future we will get in touch with you. 


Are you interested in starting a career in Health and Social Care? 

Previous direct experience in Health and Social care is not essential as full training will be given by our quality assured in-house training team.  We will enable you completion of the Care Certificate during your induction period. There are also opportunities to receive further training to support your own personal and career development. Within our team there are opportunities to develop into band 3 and band 4 positions.

About the role

You will delivering high quality health and social care support to clients in their own homes, to support them to stay at home or to be discharged from hospital. 

Some of the tasks you may undertake are: 

  • Supporting with social activities
  • Providing personal care 
  • Preparing and cooking meals

About the Service

  • Service runs from 8am - 10pm, 7 days a week
  • Various Shift Patterns Available (see below for further details)
  • Various bases to work from (see below for further details)

About You

  • Aged 16 or over
  • Caring 
  • Compassionate
  • Friendly
  • Can build a rapport with clients
  • Want to make a difference
  • Happy to work under own initiative once training provided
  • Driving is essential

Rewards and Benefits

  • We will pay you a fuel premia payment of up to £500 (pro rata)
  • Minimum £10.90 per hour (may increase following NHS consultation)
  • Enhanced unsocial hours payments
    • £14.62 (8pm – 10pm or anytime Saturday)
    • £15.37 (anytime Sunday and Public Holidays)
  • Full shift pay
  • Paid travel time
  • Mileage paid at 43p per mile & Passenger mileage 
  • Generous Annual Leave Entitlement (27 - 33 days, pro rata for part time staff)
  • Quality assured training and development provided in relation to the role (paid time)
  • Opportunities to utilise the wide range of training available to enhance your career opporpunities
  • Uniform and work mobile phone provided
  • Initial DBS paid for by CHCP
  • Blue light card 
  • Employee of the month scheme
  • A range of salary sacrifice benefits are available to our employees

Previous direct experience in Health and Social care is not essential as full training will be given by our quality assured in-house training team.  We will enable you completion of the Care Certificate during your induction period for free. There are also opportunities to receive further training to support your own personal and career development. Within our team there are opportunities to develop into band 3 and band 4 positions.

Examples of shift patterns:

  • 12-hour shifts (8am – 8pm, 10am – 10pm)
  • 9-hour shift (8am – 5pm)
  • 8-hour shift (12 noon – 8pm)
  • Mornings (8am – 12 noon, 8am – 12:30)
  • Mid-day (10am – 2pm)
  • Evenings (2pm – 10pm, 4pm – 10pm, 6pm – 10pm, 5pm – 10pm, 5:30pm – 10pm) 
  • Weekends

Here is a list of the locations you could work in (there will be an option to select which locations you will able to work from in the application form below): 

  • West Hull (HU3, HU4 & HU5)
  • East Hull (HU7, HU8 & HU9)
  • Central Hull (HU1)
  • North Hull (HU6 & HU7)
  • West Hull Villages (HU10 & HU13)
  • East Hull Villages (HU12)
  • Beverley (HU17)
  • Bridlington (YO10)
  • Driffield (YO25)

If you would like to know more then copy and paste the below link into your browser to watch ”a day in the life”, working for our Bee At Home Service. We are looking for dedicated people like Danielle to help in their community!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZYTqmonleO0

If you have read the above and think this is the role for you then please complete the information below. 

If you apply for the role, you can see how we will use your information by clicking https://www.chcpcic.org.uk/pages/your-information-and-how-we-use-it

If you are unable to apply online, then please call 01482 236923 and we will log your application (between the hours of 8am and 4pm). 

 

What Happens Next?

Once your application has been received, the information provided will be reviewed on a regular basis and you will be communicated with to advise of next steps, this communication will be via email. 

Do you have experience of caring for someone (this could be paid or un-paid, like looking after a friend or relative or working in a care home)?

Have you done any voluntary work or worked with the public or with vulnerable groups (like people with learning disabilities)?

Do you have a qualification relating to Health or Social Care?

Are you a United Kingdom (UK), European Community (EC) or European Economic Area (EEA) National?

Are you on a visa?

Do you have a valid UK driving licence?

Do you have access to a vehicle to use on work related travel?

The Equality Act 2010 protects disabled people - including those with long term health conditions, learning disabilities and so called "hidden" disabilities such as dyslexia. If you tell us that you have a disability we can make reasonable adjustments to ensure that any selection processes - including the interview - are fair and equitable.

According to the definition of disability do you consider yourself to have a disability?

Do you wish to be considered under the Guaranteed Interview Scheme if you meet the minimum criteria as specified in the role requirements?

The position you have applied for is an 'exempt position' therefore, it is not covered by the provisions in the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974. This means that the employer can obtain a standard or enhanced disclosure through the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exceptions) Order 1975 (Amendment) (England and Wales) Order 2020 and, in certain circumstances, the Police Act 1997. This is in recognition that there are certain activities for which fuller disclosure of a person's criminal record history is relevant, for example, where there is a real risk to children, other people in vulnerable circumstances or some other particularly sensitive area of work.

Do you have any criminal convictions and/or cautions that are not protected (i.e. eligible for filtering) under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exceptions) Order 1975 (Amendment) (England and Wales) Order 2020?

This is regardless of whether the caution has been issued in the UK or, in any other country where it would be considered an equivalent (or similar) offence in England and Wales and it is not protected. It also includes cautions that have been issued under military law while serving in the Armed Forces, either in the UK or any other country, where it would be considered an equivalent offence in England and Wales and is not protected.

What locations would you be able to work within (multiple choice):

What type of shifts would you would be looking to apply for: