Quality Support Engineer

Perfect Personnel are currently recruiting for a Quality Support Engineer to join one of their clients, a leading aerospace company based in Redditch.

This is a fantastic opportunity for an experienced plant engineer to join a ground breaking aerospace/engineering company on a permanent contract and grow with the business.

Main duties will include but are not limited to;

– Carrying out various calibrations to quality instruction (SAT, TUS, Instrument calibration).
– Manage, schedule and perform TUS, SAT and other calibrations in accordance with AMS 2750 and other customer specifications.
– Perform calibrations of portable equipment.
– Quality over check of TUS and calibration.
– Development and implement procedural improvements.
– Adhere to all safety policies and procedures.
– Co-ordinate and manage calibration database and TUS schedules.
– Repair and fault finding of furnace instrumentation.
– Maintenance and general repairs of furnaces.
– Interpretation of technical drawings/specifications.
– Deputise for Quality lead if required.
– Flexibility of working hours required.

Benefits: holiday pay and pension


Experienced Support Worker for 2:1 Care in Dagenham

Experienced Support Worker required urgently for 2:1 support in Dagenham.

Be part of a well established health care organisation, with over 20 years experience in the health-care industry…

The successful candidate will have a minimum of 1 years experience, fully enhanced DBS check (update service would be preferred but not essential), experience with Autism, Learning Disabilities, Challenging Behaviour and personal care.

Applicants who are successful will be required to work within a Residential service alongside other professionals and teams to support this customer.

Your daily duties as a Support Worker will include supporting a young male service user with Autism and Emotional & Behavioural Needs on a 2:1 basis including prompting personal care, support with basic hygiene, prompting medication and daily activities of their choice.

This is a potential temp to perm role. You will receive a weekly ongoing rota, shifts will be long days, waking nights and will include some sleep overs & weekends, so it is essential the right candidate can be flexible.

Pay rate starts from £8.00p/h. The pay rate can be negotiated once you go perm should you be successful.

– We will provide FREE ongoing training and support to all successful applicants

– Guidance through compliance and dedicated account manager

– Competitive rates

– On time weekly pay

NB: Must be available to start immediately!


Cordant is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy

Benefits: Pay rate will increase after 12 weeks

Children’s Qualified Residential support Care Worker

Title – Children’s Qualified Residential Care Worker
Location – Leicester
Pay £17k – £22k+

Our TLC is looking for caring and responsible individuals to fill exciting opportunities for a Qualified Residential Care Worker (Children). We are after those skilled individuals with previous experience within this sector.

You will play an important and meaningful part of peoples lives supporting them, engaging with them and provide mental stimulation. You will create and develop a stable and positive environment while offering support in the daily tasks.

· One on one support & guidance
· Maintaining company policy and compliance
· Personal care duties
· Promoting independence and choice
· Provide support catered to their needs and care plans
Please only apply for this role:

*Must be aged 21 and over
*Driving licence is preferred as locations of our homes are sometimes off the main routes for public transport.
* QCF Level 3 in Health and Social Care with Children and Young People, NVQ level 3 and or equivalent children and young peoples qualifications is essential
*Minimum of 6 months previous experience

The shifts are 24 hours so staff usually work one on and two off but this is dependent on the home

Learning Disability Support Worker

Fantastic opportunity to make a real difference to vulnerable people in your local area!
Are you looking for work?

At Allied Healthcare we can provide more than just a care job. We offer an industry leading training programme, access to qualification schemes, access to a range of great employee benefits and of course wider career progression opportunities within our network. Working with us can also be a great springboard for those studying Nursing or Social Care. A job with Allied Healthcare could really be a career for life!

We have opportunities for carers to progress their career further, by supporting adults with Learning Disabilities care, so that they can remain in their own homes and feel included within their local community. You don`t need any experience; we will deliver full training and on-going support to give you the skills to deliver this special clinical care. We are actively looking for compassionate, caring and motivated people to join our team.

You don`t need care experience to apply you will receive our industry-leading training followed by full support as you continue your career with Allied. What you do need is a positive attitude towards care and helping others as well as the means to do a daily route in the Hadleigh area.
We have a number of shifts available, ranging from 16-40 hours per week throughout the Hadleigh area. A pay rate of upto £11.00 per hour PLUS Holiday pay, mileage paid at 18p a mile. We offer our carers guaranteed hours contracts.

Hours available – 7am-3pm / 3pm-9pm and alternate weekends / every weekend

Allied Healthcare is one of the UK`s leading provider of care services looking after and improving the lives of thousands of vulnerable people every single day. Allied has over 100 branches committed to supporting our carers who in turn deliver outstanding care to those that need it most.

If this is you then we want to hear from you. Click below to learn more and apply today

Bank Support Worker

CAS Behavioural Health is one of the UK`s leading providers of specialist behavioural adult healthcare services.
We are currently recruiting Support Workers to join our team at Broughton Lodge.
Located in beautiful grounds, Broughton Lodge is a grand Victorian house which is a specialist residential home for young adults with autism, learning disabilities and complex needs. We aim to provide a safe, comfortable and effective care environment for those we look after.

Job Role:

As a Support Worker a key aspect of your role will be to build professional working relationships with clients and other staff members throughout the establishment.
Our Support Workers at Broughton Lodge aim to maintain a safe, clean and enjoyable environment for our residents to live in, which will involve undertaking some domestic duties and complying with policies and procedures.
We will expect you to learn about our resident`s specific needs to ensure the highest standard of care is delivered for each individual. One of your main duties will be to assist the residents with medical, hygiene and welfare needs and to complete relevant administration and reports as required regarding medication or safeguarding.
It is essential that our Support workers are committed to maintaining our client`s personal hygiene and appearance corresponding with their individual care plans.

About you:

To succeed as a Support Worker there are a number of qualities you must have, including exceptional communication skills, resilience, a teamwork mindset and the ability to maintain professionalism as and when challenging situations arise.
You may have gained these skills from a variety of backgrounds. Some of our Support Workers have come from diverse areas such as healthcare, customer service or have cared for someone personally. Others have developed these skills by working with members of the public or as part of a team. It is desirable if you are working towards or have obtained a relevant healthcare qualification. Above all, you will be someone with a genuine desire to help others and be committed to our resident`s health, safety and welfare.
At Broughton Lodge we require our Support Workers to have the ability to work a flexible shift pattern.

Why join us?

In return we offer many benefits which include: training on site, paid DBS, staff uniform and free meals.
Specific Requirement

Please note this role is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 as you will be in contact with vulnerable adults. Therefore all candidates invited for interview will be required to undergo an enhanced DBS check and any offer of employment is subject to successful clearance.
If you are looking for a truly rewarding career with great prospects then we would love to hear from you

Benefits: £8.41


Support Worker

PCB Care are currently recruiting for support workers who are currently looking for temporary work on the weekends in and around London or Hertfordshire.

Your day to day duties will include:
– on a rota basis, supporting people with Learning Disabilities, Elderly care and Children with challenging behavior.
– Providing person-centred care and support to male and female service users
– Writing reports and carrying out observations, whilst also supporting with personal care and other daily duties

If you answer yes to the following, then you could be the Support Worker we need! Do you have?

– A minimum of 6 months recent experience working as a Support Worker, Care Assistant or similar role
– 2 years worth of professional references
– An enhanced DBS or are able to pay for one at interview
– Have a clear understanding of providing person centred support and able to promote independent living.

This position would be suitable for people living in the areas of North London, East London, West London, and Hertfordshire.

**PCB Care is an equal opportunities employer**


Support Workers – (Day & night shifts available)

We have full time permanent positions for Support Workers in the Newark area of Nottinghamshire. This is an enhanced community residential setting for young adults aged 19+ with fantastic facilities. We provide specialist residential care for young people and adults with a range of complex needs including learning disabilities and challenging behaviours. We have a multi-disciplinary team who provide positive therapeutic and behavioural approaches, to enable our young people to reach their potential.

What can the job entail?
As a Support Worker, you will work in our residential setting to build relationships with the young people, working alongside them to assist with everyday tasks. You will learn about our individuals specific needs and help meet those needs in the most appropriate way. The people we support have complex needs which may include challenging behaviour. You will assist our individuals with daily living skills and taking care of their personal hygiene.

What are the hours & benefits for the roles?
– £7.65 per hour
– Hours are 42 per week
– Free meals
– Day shifts (8am – 8pm) or night shifts (7.45pm-8.15am) available
– Career progression opportunities are there for those wanting to progress to senior or managerial level

What are the requirements for Support Workers?
– Some prior experience or qualifications within the care sector
– Car drivers are essential
– A good understanding of what the job involves as the role can be challenging
– The ability to work in a team
– We will accept applications from male or female applicants
– Willing to partake in an enhanced DBS check

Want to Apply? Not sure whether to apply? You have further questions?
Please click on apply and we will discuss the job vacancy with you and answer any questions you may have before progressing your application

Benefits: Plus free meals