Support Worker (30/eastleigh)
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 and dealing with challenging behaviour and non verbal communication.
A Support Worker will be providing general support at home, helping the service user access the community for leisure, employment and educational opportunities. There is no personal care, but the service user will need prompting to do things.
Support Worker Benefits:
What we are looking for in a Support Worker?
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 LD Support Worker.
Being a 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.
Our client is a fast growing company that supports individuals in the community around Southampton and nearby with Learning Disabilities, Autism, Epilepsy and Challenging Behaviour.
There are two new clients of theirs moving into the area and now there are exciting opportunities for LD Support Workers to join one of the teams.
If you are an experienced Support Worker or Care Assistant or just have some personal experience in Care then please apply now, we are fixing up interviews for early next week.
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