B C H Ltd
15000 - 20000
B C H Ltd
Closing - 23 Nov 2020
We are currently seeking dedicated and experienced support workers to work within an exciting new service situated in Stowmarket. The home is currently in the final stages of conversion to the highest standards which provides residential care to residents with PWS (Prader-Willi Syndrome).
As a support worker, your role will involve supporting individuals with a diagnosis of Prader-Willi Syndrome to live fulfilled and independent lives. Whilst no prior experience of PWS is necessary, a background in Health and Social Care is preferable.
As a Support Worker you will;
• Provide high quality support to individuals with a diagnosis of Prader-Willi Syndrome and other associated health needs
• Support individuals to attend activities and appointments etc
• Assist with day to day living tasks such as cooking, cleaning, laundry etc
• Promote safeguarding and an open, honest culture within the home
• Encourage the individuals we support to live life to their full potential
• Support individuals with personal care where needed (washing, bathing etc)
In Response we will;
• Offer you a permanent contract – 39 Hours per week with a competitive salary
• 5.6 weeks annual leave per year (pro rata)
• Provide full training free of charge, including the Care Certificate to enable you to carry out your role to the best of your potential and ability (pro rata)
• Source any additional training and qualifications relevant to your role (CPD)
• Provide you with a valid DBS and pay for your enrolment in the update service each year you are employed with us
Reference ID: Support Worker
Application deadline: 23/11/2020
Expected start date: 04/01/2021
Job Types: Full-time, Permanent
Salary: £8.72-£9.25 per hour
Initial interviews will take place via Zoom.
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