Weekend Support Worker – 1st Homecare – Falkirk

1st Homecare

Support Worker – Drivers only

We’re seeking to recruit some great new support workers; people with the right values and attitude to work in our care service – could this be you?

There are a range of different shift patterns available to fit in with any other commitments you may already have.

Salary: up to £11.00 per hour 

Mileage rate at 30p per mile

We offer Part time, Bank/Relief and Social Support hours

Driver with access to a vehicle is a requirement for the role. 

You will be entitled to:

Accredited training giving you the knowledge and skills to deliver a first rate job

An employer contributory pension scheme

In addition to the above you also have access to the following great benefits:

Full uniform provided

Wellbeing support for all staff

Full training paid for by the Company

Flexible shifts

Great team to support you

Access to a mentor

About the role:

1st Homecare, a specialist provider of personalised homecare support operating throughout Scotland. We provide a range of care and support services for vulnerable adults and children.

The duties are varied, and no two days will be the same. The people we support are individuals, and they all deserve to be treated as such. As a care at home support worker, you will provide support with:

Personal Care

Meal Preparation

Administration of Medication

Emotional Support


About you:

Our main priority for this job role is to find people with the right attitude and behaviours to match our own! You don’t need to have previous experience in this field, nor do you need qualifications to get started – we’re happy to work with you to help you become an excellent support worker.

Above all we want someone that:

Has a commitment to quality and being the best they can be

Can provide excellent care to the people we support

Treats others with dignity and respect

Works well as part of a team

Interested? Apply now, a member of our recruitment team are waiting to speak with you!

This post is considered to be Regulated Work with Vulnerable Adults as specified in the Protection of Vulnerable Groups Scotland PVG Act 2007 therefore a PVG application will be required for successful applicants. 

If you have a disability, a learning difficulty, a medical condition or individual need that you believe may affect your performance in selection, we’ll be happy to make reasonable adjustments to our processes to enable you to perform at your best so please do let us know.

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