Community Care Worker – Didsbury & Chorlton – Manchester (M20) – Walkers

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Applicants must be based in Manchester, UK.

Do you have retail experience? Enjoy working in a customer facing role but want to try something new? A career in care could be perfect for you. 

Pay: £9.90 per hour

  • Mileage – 40p per mile for drivers

  • Mileage – 15p per mile for cyclists

  • Part-time hours available

  • Full-time hours available

Bonus schemes*: up to £300 new starter, £300 Refer a Friend, £250 annual bonus, £25 birthday gift voucher.

As a Community Care Worker you will agree a working pattern on a week 1 and week 2 shift patterns, which includes:

  • Alternate full weekends, or every Saturday or every Sunday

  • Evenings as agreed within your working shift pattern

  • Early shift: 7:00am – 3:00pm

  • Late shift: 3:00pm – 10:30pm

We need caring, kind, compassionate people to work across Didsbury and Chorlton, providing high-quality person-centered care in the Community Care Worker role.


  • Fully funded DBS.

  • Paid induction training: 1 week classroom-based (Monday – Friday), 2 days shadowing and additional online modules. Training to be completed prior to starting.

  • Training development: funded Level 2 and other accredited courses.

  • Holiday pay: annual leave accumulates with working hours and length of service.

  • Employee Assistance Programme (EAP): 24-hour helpline, advice and guidance for yourself and dependants.

  • Union membership (optional): through our partnership with the GMB.

  • Mileage: 40p/mile (driver), 15p/mile (cyclist).

Job Description

As a Community Care Worker in Didsbury and Chorlton, you will provide care and support to meet individual personal care needs. You will:

  • Provide personal care that protects people’s dignity.

  • Promote independence using enabling approaches.

  • Support people to meet their outcomes, involving families and professionals.

  • Connect people to their communities accessing local support and services.

  • Deliver personalised care through individual choice and control.

  • Be a strong and effective communicator, documenting, reporting and sharing information with the right people at the right time.

Induction Training

You do not need care experience. If you have the right values, we will provide you with the training you need to be an outstanding Community Care Worker. As a Community Care Worker, you will be provided with a comprehensive induction training on:

  • Community wellbeing, individual wellbeing, and personal outcomes;

  • Fluids and nutrition;

  • Medication, moving and handling, basic life support and first aid;

  • Infection prevention and control, health, and safety;

  • Professional boundaries, confidentiality, equality, and diversity;

  • Safeguarding, mental health and capacity.

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