15000 - 20000
Closing - 27 Nov 2020
Can you make the Leading Lives Difference?
Do you have experience of supporting someone with Autism & the challenges that might arise?
Are you passionate about making a difference to someone’s life?
We are looking for someone to provide support to a young man in his 30s to live independently in his own home in Hadleigh, Suffolk and support him with his social life.
• Flexibility – hours to suit you!
• An opportunity to make a difference
• Support customers to lead the life they choose
• Valuable experience in social care
• Award-winning training delivered by our experts
It is now more essential than ever we ensure our customers are fully supported and we fill vacant hours caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Support Workers at Leading Lives are key workers doing all they can to continue the valued support our customers deserve. We are seeking Support Workers on a casual basis who can offer their valuable time to support our customers lead the life they choose.
As Support Worker, your key responsibilities will include:
• Support a range of customers to live independently and complete day to day activities
• Identify and assist with opportunities within the local community
• Provide intimate personal care according to individual needs
• Maintain dignity and respect at all times
• Communicate effectively and sensitively with customers
• Liaise effectively with families and carers
• Where appropriate, administer medication in line with Company policy
If you are kind, patient and believe in promoting the rights of people with learning disabilities and supporting them to lead happy, independent lives, we would love to hear from you.
All appointments are subject to an enhanced DBS and barred list checks.
Salary is £9.50
To apply for this role, please follow the link below:
Job Type: Casual
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