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URGENT - Full time: Floater Healthcare Assistant APPLY NOW

Greater London
Floater Healthcare Assistant
13 - 15 gbp / hour
30 Mar 2024

Hours : 40 hours a week ( Contract )

The AICS Group specialises in providing community - based rehabilitation and support to clients who have a brain injury.

We are hiring a Floater Healthcare Assistant, your primary responsibility is to provide personalised and compassionate care to clients in various settings. This role involves flexibility and the ability to adapt to the unique needs of different clients, whether in client’s residences, care home , or other healthcare environments.


Client Care:

  • Provide direct care to clients based on their individual needs and care plans.
  • Assist with activities of daily living, including bathing, dressing, grooming, and mobility support.
  • Administer medications as directed by healthcare professionals.

Floating Between Clients:

  • Be available to work with different clients based on scheduling needs.
  • Travel to client's homes or designated locations to provide care.
  • Adapt quickly to different care environments and client preferences.


  • Communicate effectively with clients, their families, and healthcare professionals.
  • Provide updates on client's conditions and report any changes promptly.


  • Maintain accurate and up-to-date records of care provided.
  • Complete documentation in accordance with established protocols.

Compassionate Support:

  • Offer emotional support and companionship to clients.
  • Foster a positive and respectful environment for clients.


Essential Skills:

  • A minimum of 1 years’ experience in health and social care
  • Valid full UK Driving license
  • Willingness to do personal care for - Male or Female, if required
  • Basic understanding of developmental delay and cognitive impairment 
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Good IT skills
  • Ability to work in the client’s home
  • Ability to liaise with healthcare professionals daily
  • Ability to take a person-centred approach
  • Experience in medication administration, personal care, and manual handling
  • Willingness to learn and the ability to take on feedback
  • Ability to think outside the box

Desirable Skills:

  • Experience of providing care to people living in the community
  • Participate in Support Worker meeting
  • Participate in person centred training


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