Think Sandwell - Job vacancies in the private and voluntary sector

To apply for any of these vacancies please email your CV to enquiries_recruitment@sandwell.gov.uk stating the job title  in the subject line

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Customs Clerk
Location: Wednesbury
Salary: £21-24k doe
Due to Brexit an exciting new role has arisen with a leading UK-Irish Logistics company. The role is to cover customs inputting to ensure that all clearance processes are completed in a complaint and timely manner. Excellent training opportunities available. Knowledge of Irish customs processes and procedures would be an advantage. 
Working hours will be 9am-5.30pm initially however from January 2021 will be approx 2-10pm to fit in with trailer departure times. 

Part-Time Home Care Assistant
Location: Sandwell
Pay: £8.72-£9 per hour
Homecare Assistants required to help people in Sandwell to live independently in their own homes. Experience is not necessary, as training is provided.
Must have a UK driving licence and own car. As you will be travelling to peoples homes providing personal care. Which will involve washing, dressing and toileting the service users. Preparing meals, administering medication, some light domestic duties and documenting interventions. To apply email your CV to irene_jackson@sandwell.gov.uk

Male Support Worker 
Location: Smethwick
Pay: £8.72 per hour
Male support workers are needed to work full time providing personal care to male service users. Must have working care experience with adults and be able to work shifts.  You need to have good verbal and written communication skills, be patient and resilient. You will provide personal care, help service users to take part in leisure activities, undertake a range of domestic duties, administer medication and document care plans.  To apply email your CV to irene_jackson@sandwell.gov.uk

Come Back to Care
Location: Midlands-wide
Adult Social Care in the West Midlands is calling urgently for experienced workers to re-join the industry to help meet demand in these unprecedented times. Support is required from those with experience in Occupational Health; Social Care; Social Work Adults Qualified; Occupational Therapists or Nursing/Public Health. For more information fill in the application form at https://comebacktocare.org.uk/