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Care Assistant - Fleming House HCC17170

Job Details:


Salary range: £9.55 - £10.06 per hour, £18,426 - £19,407 pro rata, per annum

Work location: Fleming House, Eastleigh 

Hours per week: Various Opportunities Available, Full & Part Time (Nights and Day Shifts) 

Contract type: Permanent 

Exciting Care Assistant Opportunities in Eastleigh!


We have excellent opportunities for caring and compassionate individuals to join our hard-working, friendly and supportive team as Care Assistants at Fleming House.


Whether you are an experienced Carer looking for a new challenge or are just starting out in your career, we can offer you the opportunity to make a genuine difference to older people’s lives.



No two days are the same in this varied and rewarding role, as a general guide, your duties will include:


•    Supporting residents with personal care needs 
•    Supporting residents with medication, full training will be given 
•    Providing support around mealtimes 
•    Keeping accurate records 
•    Leading activities that support people to lead meaningful and fulfilling lives 


We are looking for Carer’s who recognise the importance of promoting our resident’s independence, knowing when they are needed and when to take a step back.  




Fleming House is a nursing and residential home on the outskirts of Eastleigh comprising of 30 nursing beds and 25 residential beds. We have all the latest equipment to meet our residents’ needs along with a relaxed, welcoming and homely atmosphere.




You don’t need to have previous experience in this field, with the right values and motivation we can equip you with the skills and training you need to enjoy this hugely satisfying role and progress in your career.


If you share our person-centred values and feel you can help to make our care home a place that our residents can really call home, we would love to hear from you!




Hampshire County Councils’ Adults Health and Care team provide a range of residential care and nursing services for older people across the county, some of whom are living with dementia.

Hampshire County Council recognises the outstanding contribution our care staff make, so we offer a generous benefits package including; 


•    A minimum 24 days annual leave entitlement
•    Access to Local Government Pension Scheme
•    Interest free travel loans and discounts.
•    Family friendly policies


Values Based Recruitment


We recruit for attitudes and values in Adults’ Health and Care. We invite you to evidence how you demonstrate the 4 core values we hold in your application.

The 4 core values are:

•    Person Centred: Has a person centred and strengths-based approach that empowers service users and carers to live independent lives.

•    Resilience: Successfully manages change and develops and maintains their wellbeing and resilience.

•    Accountable: Takes responsibility for work, actions and development; and acknowledges individual and shared accountability.

•    Works Together: Builds supportive internal and external working relationships through positive communication and constructive feedback.

Role Responsibilities:
  • To ensure a record is maintained of residents’ personal care needs in accordance with procedures and guidelines. Carry out routine risk assessments for clients and care planning. Complete daily contact sheets to show events affecting residents.
  • To advise senior staff of any issues (both personal and environmental) concerning welfare of residents to ensure continuing high standard of care.
  • To share information on individual residents’ care needs by liaising with residents, relatives and senior staff to ensure continuing high standards of care.
  • To spend time with the residents (both at the unit and on external trips), in order to build and maintain relationships and social contact. Shopping on client’s behalf when necessary. Act as a key worker for a number of residents so that a special relationship is forged and maintained with them to promote their physical, emotional and social well being. Complete individual care plans with residents to ensure they receive appropriate care (with appropriate reference to senior staff).
  • To maintain a standard of cleanliness in residents’ rooms, including labelling of personal clothes, tidying of cupboards/drawers in order that individual comfort is afforded. To assist in maintaining individual standards of hygiene in accordance with client’s wishes so that personal dignity is retained.
  • To undertake appropriate activities with clients as identified in their care plans. This may refer to their interest in gardening, car maintenance, cookery, etc.
  • Maintain an awareness of corporate and departmental equalities and health and safety policies and procedures and applies them in the day to day job requirements.
Role Requirements:
  • Patience and good communication skills
  • An understanding of the client group
  • Physically able to assist client into bath (using equipment where necessary)
  • Trained and able to use equipment for moving/handling residents e.g. hoists, glide sheets (will be provided on appointment)
  • Writing skills (for daily records, care plans etc.)
  • Ideally, an NVQ2 in Social Care and some experience with dementia although these are not essential.
Working Conditions:
  • Manual handling of people and objects daily 15+kg
  • Working with vulnerable adults
  • Night work
  • Participating in direct personal care
  • Food handling
  • Contact with sharps (e.g. Needles)
  • Working in a hot environment
  • Contact with people with infections, human blood or bodily fluid
  • Contact with cleaning materials
  • Wearing of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
Vetting Requirements:

This post is subject to a Criminal Records Check.

Contact details for an informal discussion:

Please contact Wendy Burrett, Registered Manager on 023 80626640. 


Hampshire County Council is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and adults. We expect all employees, workers and volunteers to share this commitment. We will ensure that all our recruitment and selection practices reflect this commitment.

Corporate Equalities Employment Policy:  In order to combat indirect discrimination, no unnecessary conditions or requirements will be applied to any for achieving equality of opportunity in its employment practices. All sections of the population will have equal access to jobs. No applicant or employee will receive less favourable treatment because of their gender, disability, age, ethnic or national origin, marital status, creed, sexuality, trade union activity or responsibility for dependants unless a Genuine Occupational Qualification (GOQ) applies. In order to combat indirect discrimination, no unnecessary conditions or requirements will be applied to which would have a disproportionately adverse effect on any one group. 

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