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Heanor Park-derbyshire-needs staff who can communicate using BSL


Danielle-Ashmere
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We are recruiting at Heanor Park Care Home!

We have a very exciting opportunity for someone that can use BSL (British Sign Language) to support deaf members of our community. We want you to bring passion for helping elderly deaf residents maintain an independent lifestyle.

Working at Ashmere, you start your journey with us by attending our monthly induction. We offer a £100 welcome aboard bonus and ANOTHER £100 after 6 months of employment! We will kit you out with uniform, pay for your DBS check, regular training and pay an enhanced rate for working weekends. We also offer a fantastic employee referral scheme which could earn you up to £200 per successful candidate and pay for handover!

Does is sound like what you have been looking for? What are you waiting for - Apply Now or call Carrie, Beth, or Jo for an informal chat about the role or for further information call us on 01773 571 535 or text on 07854 486091

Salary: From £10.40 per hour

Or send me a message for my email address

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