Closing - 16 Sep 2020
Role: Support Worker – Drivers needed!
Salary: £8.72 per hour
30 hours available
Being a Support Worker isn’t something you do, it’s something you are!
We are currently recruiting for friendly and enthusiastic individuals to join one of our professional and lively teams in Stowmarket which currently supports 7 individuals with dual sensory impairment. – this is a great supportive setting for people beginning their career in the social care industry or people who are just wanting to give back to their local community.
As a Support Worker you will be responsible for:
- Ensuring the people we support live in a fun and social setting
- Helping to prepare evening meals
- Taking individuals on leisure activities
- Chatting with the people we support
- Personal care
- Supporting with complex needs
- Administering medication
You don’t need any experience or qualifications as all training is provided. However we do ask you to be a patient individual who is willing to learn about and communicate with service users who have sensory impairments.
You should have a genuine desire to positively impact people’s lives and be willing; we expect our Support Workers to invest time in to getting to know the people we support to help ensure that they receive the support that they require and do the activities they like.
Our benefits can include:
• 20 days paid annual leave (plus bank holidays), which increases after 3 and 5 years’ service
• Pension contribution
• Access to free occupational health, physiotherapy, counselling and advice services
• Fully paid training and access to nationally recognised qualifications
• Access to an online shopping platform with discounts from over 3,500 retailers
There is also the opportunity for successful candidates to attend a fully paid-for Level 2 British Sign Language course.
Successful applicants will be subject to a full DBS check, satisfactory references and medical checks.
We look forward to receiving your application!
To apply click here
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