LEARNING DISABILITIES SUPPORT WORKER (89/LDBOTMP)
LEARNING DIABILITIES SUPPORT WORKERS
EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY FOR A NEW CAREER - EXPERIENCE NOT REQUIRED. IF YOU HAVE ANY EXPERIENCE WITH AUTISM WITH FAMILY MEMBERS OR FRIENDS WOULD BE VERY BENEFICIAL AT INTERVIEW.
WE ARE CURRENTLY SOURCING APPLICANTS FOR A HIGHLY RATED SUPPORTED LIVING FACILITY FOR ADULTS WITH LEARNING DISABILITIES IN BOTLEY.
DAY OR NIGHTS - 30, 36 OR 42 HOURS AVAILABLE (£18564 SALARY BASED ON 42 HOUR CONTRACT).
NIGHTS – MONDAY, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY EACH WEEK CONTRACTED (30 HOURS 9.45PM TO 8AM)
CANDIDATES IDEALLY WOULD BE NEW CAREER SEEKERS LOOKING TO MOVE INTO THIS CAREER OR CARE ASSISTANTS LOOKING TO MOVE INTO LEARNING DIFFICULTIES SUPPORT.
GREAT BASIC RATE FOR A NEW CAREER STARTERS AND EXCELLENT OVERTIME OPPORTUNITIES
How about calling for an informal chat? call our recruitment hotline Mark on 01202 052005 or 07392 080442
Who we are?
We are Care First Recruitment UK, a family run business who work no stop to place the right candidates to the right clients.
This client unit of 8 residents is designed for adults with autism and learning disabilities who have various levels of needs. A purpose-built accommodation that helps people with learning disabilities to live with as much independence and autonomy as possible. Gardens and communal space and good use of local facilities is within this location.
Sympathetically designed both inside and out, great care has been taken to ensure that these spaces incorporate the latest care technology, to give residents even more choice and control in how their support is delivered.
Support workers are committed to enabling the people they support to live the lives they want; lives which are fulfilling, meaningful and happy. This could be day to day support including medicine, community help like shopping, activities like cinema or working alongside them in the communal areas. Other areas can involve cooking, assisting living which will include personal care and dealing with challenging behaviour and nonverbal communication.
Activities can also include hydro pool, trampolining, horse riding, swimming, bowling, cookery, arts and crafts, in house beauty and music sessions.
What is the job?
A Support worker is essential to work every day to help all residents live a dignified and meaningful life. The job requires the highest of standards, bags of passion while always considering the resident’s choices, their views and respecting their independence.
What we are looking for?
For this role our client is now commencing a commitment to provide full training with opportunities to access NVQ training which can be supported to begin to progress your career as a Learning Disabilites Support Worker.
Being a Learning Disabilites Support Worker can act as a springboard to many different opportunities in the future.
Our clients expect and look for qualities of an individual’s character - areas like kindness, honesty, friendliness, passion, good communicator, both team player and a person with individual aptitude. Being able to think and make decisions under pressure, be positive when the chips are down and always keep a smile will all help secure your next job.
Benefits to you:
1. An excellent rate of pay with additional hours and overtime opportunities plus paid holiday
2. Different shift patterns available with permanent contracts ranging from 36-42 hours
3. Free DBS checking
4. Death in benefit and pension scheme
5. NVQ and other training to national recognised standards along with continuous training on the job
7. Cycle to work scheme
Why not call us for an informal chat to see if this could be you or send us your CV if you would like to be considered.
We are happy to answer any questions you may have, why wait call us now to attend an interview day and decisions will be available on the interview day.
Call Mark on 01202 052005 or Tel: 07392 080442
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