Bromley, Greater London
Retainer £2,916 plus hourly payment for call out
Contract, Part-time
Job description

Take Home and Settle Assistant – Bromley

Zero Hour contract, Shift

Retainer £2,916 plus hourly payment for call out

Age UK Bromley & Greenwich is a local, independent charity with a reputation for quality and innovation and the leading voluntary sector provider of services to older people in the London Boroughs of Bromley & Greenwich.

We are recruiting caring, reliable, empathetic people to help older people return home after a stay in hospital.  The Take Home & Settle Assistants will escort older people home from the Princess Royal University hospital and Orpington Hospital in the Borough of Bromley and settle them in at home reassuring them and offering support with shopping and other tasks where required.

You will be home based, have your own reliable car, clean UK driving license and knowledge of the borough. The service is provided 7 days a week (no medical support or personal care) and the following shift patterns are available:

Shift Pattern 1-Mon-Fri: 09.00am-13.00pm

Shift Pattern 2-Mon-Fri: 13.00-17.00pm

Shift Pattern 3- Weds/Thurs:17.00-21.30pm and Sat/Sun:09.00am-17.00pm

Shift Pattern 4-Mon/Tues:17.00-21.30pm and Sat/Sun: 09.00-17.00pm 

(Please note alternate weekends are worked on a rolling rota basis; you will not be required to work every weekend).

For further information about the role, the benefits of working for Age UK Bromley & Greenwich and to apply please click on the Apply button.

Closing date: Sunday 8th September

Interview: Friday 13th September

Please note we do not accept CV applications.  No Agencies, thank you.

Age UK Bromley & Greenwich is the trading name for Age Concern Bromley, registered Charity No. 1060861

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Posted on: 14 August 2019
Closed date: 08 September 2019
Tags: Social Care/Development, Support Worker