New Directions Social Care

Recruitment & Training Provider in the Social Care Sector

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Region: South East Wales

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Care Assistant Vacancy in Chepstow

New Directions are looking to recruit a Care Assistant for a leading care provider in Chepstow.We are looking for people who can have access to transport, due to then nature of the role.Staff will be providing care and support for people in their own homes and specific duties will include:·   Providing all elements of personal care, support & assistance to clients, from supporting with personal hygiene to companionship.·   Prompting and administering medication·   Getting to know your clients and forming great relationships with them·   Meal prep·   […]

Qualified Nursery Nurse Job Vacancy in Monmouthshire

New Directions are looking to recruit a Qualified Nursery Nurse for a nursery in Monmouthshire.The nursery is well established and prides itself on providing a caring, warm and welcoming environment for children of all backgrounds.The ideal candidate will have a passion for nurturing the children in their care and take pride in watching them reach their potential both from an educational and social perspective.

Mental Health Support Worker Job in Abergavenny

New Directions are looking to recruit a Support Worker to work in mental health project in Abergavenny.You will be involved in day-to-day support which may include personal care, some domestic tasks, pursuing hobbies, support in the community and promoting their independence. Shifts include long days and waking nights.The people we are looking for must have:• A passion to work with vulnerable people. • An enthusiasm for caring, good work ethics and a positive attitude. • Excellent verbal and written communication skills. • Experience of working in a team, but is confident […]

Children’s Residential Support Worker Job in Monmouthshire

Our client offer residential care to looked-after children, aged between 10 and 18, who have been referred by local authorities from across the United Kingdom.This role requires support workers with experience working with young people who may display extreme emotional and behavioural difficultiesWe are recruiting residential support workers and are always keen to talk with experienced people who display a strong child-centred approach and wish to progress their career in a organisation that offers exceptional opportunities for young people as well as those that care for them.