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Overview of salaries statistics of the profession "Healthcare Assistant in Munster"

2 799 £ Average monthly salary

Average salary in the last 12 months: "Healthcare Assistant in Munster"

Currency: GBP USD Year: 2021 2020
The bar chart shows the change in the level of average salary of the profession Healthcare Assistant in Munster.

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Healthcare Assistant
HAVEN BAY CARE CENTRE LIMITED, Kinsale, County Cork
Job Description Share Haven Bay Care Centre is an award winning Nursing Home/care centre providing residential care to older persons in the beautiful town of Kinsale in Cork. Haven Bay Care Centre aims to promote quality of life and independence through professional and friendly services. Our objectives are to provide the highest standard of care whilst continually aiming to develop through innovation, Training and commitment.Benefits of working for Haven Bay Care Centre:* Be part of a multi cultural workforce of over 100 staff* Learn and Earn while caring. Full mentoring and training support helping you to achieve your Recognised Qualification with us.* Assistance with sourcing accommodation locally* Induction Training Program* Career Progression* Training and Development provided* Refer a Friend Bonus* Vibrant and enthusiastic colleagues with a commitment to care* Staff Social EventsResponsibilities and duties will include but are not limited to:* Assist in providing the best quality care in all aspects of Haven Bay Care Centre services which may include:* Maintaining a warm and safe environment for our residents at the Care Centre* Work as part of the Nursing Home/Care Centre team ensuring a warm harmonious working environment for all at the Care Centre * Assist residents in the activities of daily living* Treat residents as individuals and respect their preferences and choices as far as possible* Assist residents in personal care while ensuring the highest standards of hygiene are maintained* Assist in maintaining a safe and welcoming environment for residents, families, visitors, staff and volunteers to the Care Centre* Adhere to all Health and Safety regulations and local policies as directed* Maintain strict confidentiality regarding all residents and the Care Centre's private information* Attend appropriate mandatory and discretionary training programmes as directed* Act in a professional manner as a representative of Haven Bay Care Centre at all times* Report any incident or deficit which may arise in the course of your employment* Undertake any other duties as required to maintain quality care as directed by the Nursing staff, Director of Care or the Operations ManagerJob Types: Full-time, PermanentSalary: From €11.00 per hour We also have vacancies for Housekeeping Assistants; Job descriptionHaven Bay Care Centre welcomes applicants to join our housekeeping team•To clean residents’ rooms, common areas and all surrounding areas to the high standards of cleanliness and hygiene expected at Haven Bay and by our residents.•To assist with laundry and linen management•Have a clear understanding of the basic principles of cross infection.•Haven Bay offers ongoing training and career advancement opportunities within a dynamic best-practice environment.•At all times show dignity and understanding to residents and their families•Applicants must be available to work both morning and evening shifts as follows: 07.00 to 15.00 Career Level Not Required Candidate Requirements Essential Minimum Experienced Required (Years): 0 Minimum Qualification:No Qualification Desirable Ability Skills:Interpersonal Skills, Personal/Social Care Competency Skills:Flexibility, Teamwork Specialising In:n a