As a Baillieston Community Care home care worker, you are essential in delivering a high standard of care that promotes wellbeing, supports independence and protects the dignity of our clients. We offer completely personalised care at home to service users, from 30 minute visits to 24-hour care packages.
We look for people who have a genuine passion for caring as well the appropriate skills for experienced home care jobs. You will need to be confident when working alone, but equally good at communicating and working with other members of the home care team.
Through continual investment in our employees, we are able to focus on delivering quality home care services by ensuring our teams have the attitude and empathy to deliver the type of service that people want and deserve. We are an investors in people orgainsation at gold level and recongnise that our staff are our greatest asset.
Being a Home Care worker with Baillieston Community Care is unlike an agency job. We require a commitment from our employees in terms of the hours they work because this helps us deliver a better quality of service to our clients. We can offer regular work with part time and full time hours available (subject to availability).
Here are some of the benefits:
• Scottish Living Wage employer
• Enhanced rates for Christmas & New Year
• Holiday pay
• Access to company cars
• Free Uniforms
• Free starter pack, including hand sanitiser & Personal alarm
• Free SVQ training
• Access to a suite of E-learning courses & other training
• Payment for attending training courses, staff meetings and appointments.
• Regular Supervision & Support
• Employee of the month benefits scheme
• Employee Assistance programme (Free 24 hour helpline)
Apply for a Home Care job today by completing the online Recruitment Form or alternatively contact our office and speak to one of our friendly staff who will happily take your enquiry.
Call us on 0141 771 6478 or fill out our online Recruitment Form.
The mission of Baillieston Community Care is to provide a high quality service to people with disabilities and their carers; attempt to improve their quality of life; prevent inappropriate reception into care; and keep risk to a minimum.
Parkhead School House, 135 Westmuir Street,
Parkhead, Glasgow, G31 5EX.
0141 771 6478
Mon – Fri: 9am – 5pm
Sat & Sun: 8am - 4pm
Out of Hours:
Our out of hours service operates outwith the hours above. Out of these hours we have a dedicated 24/7 on call service which is automatically directed to the on call Manager via our main office number.