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#908616 - 5th Nov 2014 4:11pm Community Care Workers required
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Experience is preferred and you will require your own transport as jobs are covering all areas of the Wirral. Must be flexible to fit in with customers needs and weekend work is included in rotas.
DBS police check is required (initially paid by the employer) quick starts if you already have one in place.
Rates of pay start at 7 per hour (increasing after 3 months probationary period) and mileage allowance is also paid.
Up to 28 days paid leave per year.
Uniform supplied.
Interested phone Angles Care Wirral on 0151 638 3090

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#908627 - 5th Nov 2014 6:02pm Re: Community Care Workers required [Re: jaymc]
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7 an hour and use your own car ?!!! What is this world comming to

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#908705 - 5th Nov 2014 8:32pm Re: Community Care Workers required [Re: pepe26]
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we make 35 an hour and give you 2p,no wonder no one wants to work,i found this out at a very early age and have never ever worked for anyone but myself with my rules!!!!!!!

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#908711 - 5th Nov 2014 8:57pm Re: Community Care Workers required [Re: jaymc]
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Social services pay out just over 12 per hour to care company's providing care in the community for the elderly in the Wirral

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#908717 - 5th Nov 2014 9:08pm Re: Community Care Workers required [Re: jaymc]
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Joe Blogs can I work for you??

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#908724 - 5th Nov 2014 9:18pm Re: Community Care Workers required [Re: jaymc]
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If experience if preferred therefore not necessary, what training and how much training is provided. Also what is the mileage allowance please?
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#908727 - 5th Nov 2014 9:24pm Re: Community Care Workers required [Re: Giggler]
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#908803 - 6th Nov 2014 1:07pm Re: Community Care Workers required [Re: jaymc]
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More questions :

Does the care worker get paid for the time spent on the road, or just for the time spent in capacity of care worker?
Does the person receiving the care also pay for the service and are they charged on an hourly rate or part of ?
Do Social Services pay the 12 hourly rate for 24 hour's care for each patient, or for the total amount of time the patient receives care?

The reason I ask is because as a council tax payer on a pension, I just wonder where my council tax ends up. I hope it's not being used for 24 hour care on a patient who receives only 1-2 hours care per every 24hours, because I could do with some of that too !
Maybe it's in anticipation of all the dementia sufferers who shall be cared for in their homes ? Ha Ha! In that case the staff need training in 'dementia care'.


Nobody could run a business suitably on 12 per hour for each patient and give 7.00 plus mileage to all their 24 hour care employees. plus N.I stamp and Pension payments.


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#908804 - 6th Nov 2014 1:35pm Re: Community Care Workers required [Re: jaymc]
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Originally Posted By: jaymc
Experience is preferred and you will require your own transport as jobs are covering all areas of the Wirral. Must be flexible to fit in with customers needs and weekend work is included in rotas.
DBS police check is required (initially paid by the employer) quick starts if you already have one in place.
Rates of pay start at 7 per hour (increasing after 3 months probationary period) and mileage allowance is also paid.
Up to 28 days paid leave per year.
Uniform supplied.
Interested phone Angles Care Wirral on 0151 638 3090


please don't shoot the messenger wink

If things are tough then a job is a job.
If the rates are wrong then they wont hold onto there staff.

Pay starts at 7.00
What is paid for mileage is a fair question.
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#908805 - 6th Nov 2014 1:36pm Re: Community Care Workers required [Re: granny]
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Originally Posted By: granny
More questions :

Does the care worker get paid for the time spent on the road, or just for the time spent in capacity of care worker?
Does the person receiving the care also pay for the service and are they charged on an hourly rate or part of ?
Do Social Services pay the 12 hourly rate for 24 hour's care for each patient, or for the total amount of time the patient receives care?

The reason I ask is because as a council tax payer on a pension, I just wonder where my council tax ends up. I hope it's not being used for 24 hour care on a patient who receives only 1-2 hours care per every 24hours, because I could do with some of that too !
Maybe it's in anticipation of all the dementia sufferers who shall be cared for in their homes ? Ha Ha! In that case the staff need training in 'dementia care'.


Nobody could run a business suitably on 12 per hour for each patient and give 7.00 plus mileage to all their 24 hour care employees. plus N.I stamp and Pension payments.


Granny,
that's a great new topic you could start in Ask wikiwirral forum.
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#908818 - 6th Nov 2014 4:10pm Re: Community Care Workers required [Re: jaymc]
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Mileage is paid at 20p per mile, you can claim a refund in tax for up to 45p per mile plus cleaning uniforms etc. from the tax man at end of each tax year.
All customers are means tested by social services, if they can afford to pay for there own care they do so. If customers need 24 hour care they do not usually live alone or they live in care or nursing homes. Caring is a hard low paid job and only suitable for people who love this type of work. I've been doing it for 20 years.

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#908819 - 6th Nov 2014 4:16pm Re: Community Care Workers required [Re: jaymc]
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Training is in house and work based, also working towards gaining a Diploma in Health and Social Care.

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