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Domiciliary Care Assistant - Holistic Community Care

Location: Bexley, Greater London
Salary: £10.42 per hour
Hours: Full-time, Part-time, Permanent, Zero hours contract, Part-time hours per week (Monday to Friday, weekend availability)
Closing date: 31 August 2023

We are looking for Home care workers to be part of our team working in the community across Bexley.


As a care worker, you will be responsible for providing high-quality care to our service users, including personal care, preparing meals, supporting service users with their medication, light domestic tasks and shopping to name a few.

What we offer

  • £500 Joining Fee (subject to T&C)
  • Paid Training (subject to T&C)
  • Great rates of pay - up to £10.42p/h, with add £1.00p/h on weekends
  • Full-time/ Part-time and Flexible opportunities
  • Paid holidays
  • Pension
  • Provide you with free protective equipment
  • Fortnightly pay
  • Statutory sick and Maternity pay
  • Referral bonus (if you successfully introduce a new care worker to us)
  • Shadowing and mentoring
  • Opportunities for training in Level 2 & 3 Diplomas in Health and Social Care
  • Feeling valued, supported, recognised and rewarded
  • Holistic Community Care offers a career pathway that can be tailored to your aspirations and goals.
  • Flexible language requirement

How to Apply

By email to attaching your CV.

Customised pre-screening

Application question: Please list 2 to 3 dates and time ranges when you could do an interview.

Country and language: United Kingdom, English.

Expect to hire within 2 to 4 weeks.

Various roles - Four Seasons Care Homes

Visit the Four Seasons Careers website for further information

Activities Co-ordinator at St Margaret’s Care Home, Sidcup

Job types: Part-time, Permanent
Part-time hours: 20 per week
Salary: Up to £10.50 per hour


  • flexible schedule
  • on-site parking


  • day shift
  • Monday to Friday
  • weekend availability

COVID-19 considerations:

Social Distancing, wearing of PPE, hand sanitising and temperature checks prior to entering the home.

Ability to commute/relocate:

  • Sidcup DA15 7HR: reliably commute or plan to relocate before starting work (preferred)


  • organising activities: 1 year (preferred)

Closing date: 1 July 2023

For more information and details on how to apply, please call 020 8300 2745 or email us at

Job description

We know that family can come from anywhere. At St Margaret's, a family run residential care home, it's our privilege to care for people – treating each resident as if they were part of our own family. Right now, we are looking for a creative and caring Activity Coordinator to join our friendly team promoting independence and dignity and positively enhancing the lives of individuals in our care.

Working hours and salary

Part-time - Flexible to cover Morning and Afternoon Activities over 7 days.

Who we’re looking for

You’re a creative thinker with plenty of ideas, who can also manage budgets and maintain paperwork, effectively managing priorities as they arise. Wanting to make a real difference, you’re interested in caring for others, sharing your sense of humour and spreading your infectious enthusiasm for making people’s lives better. Whether it’s motivating colleagues to support each activity or event, making links in the local area or even getting friends and family involved, you’ll pack a lot of community spirit into everything you do.

You’re someone that cares for others and wants to make a real difference to people’s lives. Ideally, you have some experience in a care environment. You understand there will be challenging days, but you’ll also laugh, have fun and make lasting memories with our residents. A great communicator, you will enjoy working in a close-knit team that feels like a family, with people from all walks of life. You’ll cherish the rewarding moments you have with our residents each and every day.

  • experience of working in a residential care home setting
  • Dementia experience required
  • hardworking and motivated by delivering great service
  • effective team player with a positive attitude
  • desire and passion to help make a difference
  • an understanding of what is important to others
  • excellent communication and interpersonal skills
  • flexible to carry out other duties by helping the team with gaps in service
What will your typical day involve
  • running a morning and afternoon activity session. Activities are tailored to our residents but can include musical acts, exercise classes, visitors from the community, arts and crafts, the possibilities are endless!
  • producing and updating an activity planner for the home, working to a set activities budget
  • supporting our residents and encouraging them to partake in activities
  • organising birthday surprises for our residents
  • ensuring everything is organised for planned activities, events, performers and co-ordinating days out
  • liaising with external companies and performers from the local community to organise days out/events at the home
  • assisting with breakfast, lunch and dinner duties (when necessary)
  • organising one to ones with our residents, this might involve reminiscing tools, puzzles, reading or just a cup of tea and a chat
  • updating paper work, care plans, activity notes and managing emails
  • supporting the home with their social media channels as required
What you will receive
  • comprehensive induction & on-going training and development
  • flexibility in weekly working patterns
  • on-site parking
  • uniform provided
COVID-19 precaution(s)
  • personal protective equipment provided or required
  • temperature screenings
  • social distancing guidelines in place
  • sanitisation, disinfection or cleaning procedures in place
Work remotely
  • no

St John's Ambulance - various roles

Further information and details on how to apply for each role is available below:

Bexley Snap - Roles supporting disabled children and young people

For more information, application form and job description

Visit Bexley Snap

Avante Care & Support

Bridges Healthcare - Healthcare Assistants and Carer Driver

Carer Driver

We have opportunities for Carer Driver Community Care Assistants to care for people in the London Borough of Bexley.

As a Healthcare Assistant, you will be playing a pivotal role in providing support and care for service users.

Your daily tasks as a Healthcare Assistant will include assisting service users with personal care, daily activities and leading a more fulfilled life.

What we offer

  • flexible hours - must be available for some weekend shifts
  • £12.55 per hour plus mileage, Monday to Friday
  • £14.14 per hour plus mileage, weekends
  • uplifts are paid on Bank Holidays
  • full training

What you need

  • driver with own transport
  • good team player
  • flexible with work pattern
  • good communication
  • healthcare qualification preferred
  • applicants must be minimum of 18+ years of age

Healthcare Assistants – Carer Only

We have opportunities for Community Care Assistants to care for people in the London Borough of Bexley.

As a Healthcare Assistant, you will be playing a pivotal role in providing support and care for service users.

Your daily tasks as a Healthcare Assistant will include assisting service users with personal care, daily activities and leading a more fulfilled life.

What we offer

  • flexible hours - must be available for some weekend shifts
  • £10.55 per hour, Monday to Friday
  • £12.14 per hour, weekends
  • uplifts are paid on Bank Holidays
  • full training

What you need

  • good team player
  • flexible with work pattern
  • good communication
  • healthcare qualification preferred
  • applicants must be minimum of 18+ years of age

We are an equal opportunities employer and Investors in People accredited. We are an LPP (London Procurement Partnership) approved supplier.

Successful candidates will be required to complete an enhanced DBS check / or be registered with the DBS update service.

COVID-19 considerations: All Healthcare Assistants will be provided with the correct PPE COVID testing on a weekly basis as per government guidelines

Please complete an application form on Bridges Healthcare.

Bexley Mencap - Community Support Worker

Are you looking for a flexible job where you can make a positive difference in someone's life? At Bexley Mencap we can give you that.

We have opportunities for Community Support Workers to work in Bexley.  As a Support worker, you will be expected to provide an outstanding level of care that will enormously contribute to the people we support, helping them to live the life that they want to lead.

This may include:

  • supporting people to take part in activities that interest them
  • supporting people to live independently and manage their home
  • supporting members to attend a Bexley Mencap group or a group in the community

The people you will be supporting all have different hobbies and interests and the right person for this role will hopefully enjoy trying new things and going out into the community. Whether it be a morning down at the local park, bowling, a shopping trip into town, or an evening out with friends, no two days are the same.

We support people during the day, in evenings and weekends so have a variety of hours to suit you.  This contract is for 10 hours per week, with the possibility for more, fixed for 6 months at a salary of £10.00 per hour. We also have bank/flexible contracts available.

To find out more and apply please visit the Bexley Mencap website.

An enhanced DBS will be required for each successful candidate, paid for by Bexley Mencap. Terms and Conditions apply.

Mercy Care Limited Care Assistants

Job description

Join Mercy Care Limited for a rewarding career in health care that offers:

  • flexible hours and good rates of pay
  • reimbursed travel expenses
  • paid training
  • exceptional job satisfaction where you make a difference
  • support from the office and career progression opportunities (internal and external)
  • recognition for the amazing job you do
  • the opportunity to work with a friendly, committed team

Mercy Care Limited requires excellent care workers to give quality care, support and assistance to predominantly older people across Bexley, Dartford, Gravesend and Swanscombe who want to continue to live in their own homes and maintain their independence for longer. We want kind and caring people, with a passion for enhancing the quality of life of our service users, to join our team. For more information about us, please visit Mercy Care Limited.

Working hours available: 5 to 30 per week, Monday to Sunday

Salary: £9.50 to £11 per hour

What we require from you:

  • you are someone who is passionate about people, with enthusiasm towards providing quality care
  • you desire to grow in your role as well as gain transferable skills in record keeping, customer service, self management and accountability, team work and so on
  • you are someone who sees the value in team work and the important role you play towards the success of this
  • you own a full UK driver’s license with access to/owns a car or you are a local resident of Dartford, Stone or Greenhithe
  • you are willing to work 20+ hours a week Monday to Friday (weekends are also available)

If you agree with three or more of the statements then you are exactly who we are looking for, so please apply!

If you require more information or desire to speak with a member of our team please contact us by phone on 07827 418689. We look forward to hearing from you.

How to apply

Please email us at to request an application.


We take the health of our service users and staff seriously. In light of the pandemic, the team at Mercy Care Limited works rigorously to ensure that we adhere to safety procedures outlined by the CQC and government guidelines, in order to prevent the spread of the virus.

COVID-19 considerations: All staff are provided with PPE when performing duties, with hand sanitiser provided at the assigned location. Temperature screenings are also administered regularly for both staff and service users.

Westminster Homecare Ltd - Care assistant

Salary: £10.84 per hour to £11.24 per hour

Job description

Looking for a Full-Time Care Assistant position in a Care Provider with an excellent reputation? Look no further than Westminster Homecare.

You don't need past experience to become a Care Assistant with us. We look for the right values and a great attitude. Dedicated, compassionate, kind carers help us to deliver the very best of care to our Service Users.

We will train and support you to become an outstanding Car Assistant. As you develop, we all develop. Take on a position that helps you to develop great new experiences as you meet and support more of our Service Users.

The is a full-time role.

Do you share our values?

We are looking for people who truly share our values and our passion for outstanding levels of care in the community. You should:

  • Remain committed and passionate about delivering the highest standards of care to our Service Users and work with your team to do so
  • Ensure that our service users are always shown dignity and respect
  • Empower and encourage our service users to remain as independent as possible

Our services

We offer Care in the Community. That generally means providing care at the residence of the Service User. Our care services include:

  • Emotional and social support
  • Meal preparation
  • Medication support
  • Personal care
  • Domestic assistance
  • Additional tasks as required

Your benefits

As a Care Assistant working for Westminster Homecare, you will benefit from competitive rates of pay and a great package overall.

  • Career development
  • WHC Discount Benefit Scheme - Blue Light Card
  • Fully funded training and development - NVQ 2, NVQ 3 and more specialist training
  • Fully paid training
  • Flexible hours
  • Competitive pay rate
  • Bank Holiday Pay, Paid Annual Leave, Maternity & Paternity Pay
  • Pension
  • Refer a Friend Incentive
  • Hastee Pay - supports partial pre-pay of your salary to help with cash flow

About Westminster Homecare

We started delivering personalised care and support to people of all ages and abilities during 1999.

Today, we provide over 2 million hours of support each year to over 3000 people through a network of 19 branches. We work in partnership with some 40 Local Authorities & CCGs.

With a team of over 2,000 compassionate, dedicated and highly skilled Care Practitioners, we enable those we support to continue living independently in their own homes.

How to apply

To apply or for further information please contact Zulhra White, email or telephone 020 315 00597

Volunteer roles:

Evergreen volunteers

Befriending service

Spend one to two hours each week visiting a lonely or isolated older person, someone who is bereaved or someone who is housebound.

Information team

Do you enjoy chatting with people? Do you have a passion for elderly people who are lonely and isolated? We are seeking people to support Evergreen by providing help once a month for two hours promoting our services at Libraries in the Borough of Bexley (you will not be asked to undertake this role alone).

Service Review Officer

Spend time visiting clients in their own home to carry out a review of the service they are receiving (either befriending or home support).

You will attend a review meeting every six to eight weeks, meeting other review officers and the befriending lead.

If you are interested in any of the above roles contact us on 01322 431765 or email

Age UK Bexley volunteers

Age UK Bexley relies on volunteers to help us offer vital services in the local community. Would you like to lend a hand?

We have a wide range of roles which suit different people and different skills.

Roles include:

  • befriending
  • handyperson
  • information and advice
  • activities support
  • dementia support

To find out more please contact us:

Bexley's Volunteer Centre

Sign up to be a volunteer

Helping each other improves the lives of local people and makes our neighbourhoods stronger and better places to live. That benefits everyone.

Volunteering opportunities include:

  • supporting patients in GP surgeries as a health champion
  • working with children and young people
  • acting as an IT angel
  • befriending older, sick or housebound neighbours
  • becoming a volunteer driver
  • joining friendly teams of litter pickers
  • becoming a trustee of a local charity
  • supporting existing networks such as Neighbourhood Watch
  • volunteering in Bexley’s libraries or with Citizen’s Advice Bureau services

The benefits

Our volunteers get great satisfaction, acquire new skills and make lifelong friends.

Volunteering offers the opportunity to:

  • learn new skills
  • pursue an interest
  • improve your CV
  • increase your confidence
  • have fun
  • gain experience
  • be a force for positive change
  • make new friends
  • feel part of your community while giving something back

How to volunteer in Bexley

Check out available volunteering opportunities online or get in touch with Volunteer Centre Bexley (in person or by telephone) to arrange a face-to-face appointment with our volunteering advisor who will support you to make a choice about what you would like to do. Signposting Appointment Service sessions are held at Central Library, Bexleyheath on Wednesday mornings from 10.15am to 12 noon, and are available by appointment only, so please call 01322 524682 now to book.

We also provide additional support into volunteering roles for people with mental health problems or learning difficulties through our Volunteer Support Project. We will talk through your needs with you, and match you with a role within a local organisation. Even an hour a week can make a difference, so get in touch today.