Care Assistants – Corby, Kettering, Northampton

We are recruiting for compassionate, friendly and caring carers who are looking for an exciting and rewarding career providing care to people in the community living at home. We welcome experienced carers or those with previous experience as full training is available.

We provide care services such as Personal Care, Assistance with Medication, Companionship and other basic living tasks. Our aim is to make sure that the people we care are comfortable, happy and healthy as we help them with things that they cannot do themselves because of old age, illness or disabilities. Above all sometimes all they need is a smile and a friendly face to make their day go by.

  • Personal Care – Dressing, Washing and Bathing
  • Light Cleaning and Laundry
  • Shopping, Appointments and Social Activities
  • Meal Preparation and Feeding
  • Prompting Medication and Administration

Support Workers – Mental Health and Learning Disabilities

We are currently recruiting for Support Workers working and supporting people with mental health needs and learning disabilities including Depression, Bipolar, Epilepsy, Schizophrenia, Asperger’s Syndrome, Autistic Spectrum Conditions, Asperger’s Syndrome, Downs Syndrome, Challenging Behaviours and Personality Disorders. You will be supporting people to reach their full potential. You will be required to support service with

  • Physical, Emotional and Social Support
  • Support with Education and Employment
  • Supporting with Personal Hygiene
  • Assisting with Shopping, Attending Appointments
  • Assisting with Budgeting and Managing Money
  • Assisting with Medication (if required)

Care and support will be provided in Supported Living Accommodation and in the Community. We have various shifts available including Long Days, Sleep In’s, Waking Nights and Live In.

Live in Support Workers – Young Person’s Independent Supported Living

16+ Supported Living

We are recruiting for Support Workers to work with Young People who are making the transition to adulthood and independence. You will be helping the young people learn and develop skills that they will use later on in life. The role requires a person with a variety of skills to promote the well being of the young people and supporting with education, engagement and independence. You will be required to have knowledge and understanding of the current issues impacting young people including County Lines, Prevent and CEOP.

Typically you will be supporting the young people with;

  • Help with Employment
  • Assistance with Benefits
  • Education & Training
  • Help with Budgeting & Managing Finances
  • Social Activities & Outings
  • Maintaining Links with Family & Friends
  • Access to Health & Social Care Services
  • Social & Daily Living Skills
  • Cooking, Laundry & Cleaning
  • Prescriptions Collections
  • Companionship
  • Reading and Writing Skills

About Us

Rainbow Direct Care is a specialist Home Care and Supported Living company. We are a family run business and our aim is to provide person centered care and support to children, the elderly and young people to enable them to live an independent and fulfilling life. Our staff is important to us and when you join our team you become part of the family.

In return we offer;

  • Competitive Rates of Pay
  • Full Training and Career Progression Opportunities
  • Supportive Management Team
  • Paid Holidays
  • Paid Expenses and Mileage
  • Pension Scheme
  • Employee Perks including vouchers, holidays and bonuses
  • Flexible hours to suit; Full time hours, part time hours, weekends and nights

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