04 Feb 2021
£9.25 - £9.50 per hour
FT41528 - Support Workers in Wembley
We are currently recruiting for one of our client's services based in Wembley and require Support Workers for Full Time Roles within a Learning disabilities home.
You will work flexibly to ensure individual needs are met while maximising independence, dignity, privacy and well-being.
Our Client is a well-known provider of Learning Disability care and has several supported living services all based in the Wembley area. They are looking for dedicated Support Workers to support the service users and make the most of their potential.
All homes are rated "GOOD" in CQC and quality reports and support between 6 and 12 individuals. Both Day and Night positions are available paying £9.25 to £9.50 per hour depending on experience and qualifications.
Waking nights (44hours 1 week/33 hours the next)
8:30pm - 8am
Days (34 hours a week)
7am-2pm, 1.30pm - 8pm, 2pm til 9pm over 7 day rota.
For this position you should be available for sleep ins (1 a week) paying £30 per sleep in.
The type of care a Support Worker will provide will vary from person to person but will include the following:
Helping the residents engage with activities
Assisting with medication
The company will be happy to develop people who:
Have a passion about helping people maintain independence at home
Have a can do, positive attitude
Have the compassion, dedication and willingness to go the extra mile
Have excellent communications skills and possess the ability to build relationships with those we support and those around them
Enjoys a challenge and are flexible in their approach to work
Can display empathy, understanding, comfort and reassurance to all those we support.
Completed Medication training with certificate
NVQ level 2 minimum in Health and Social care
Passion for delivering high levels of care
Good numeric and literacy skills
A warm and friendly disposition
Good communication skills, able to put others at ease
A strong team worker
Supportive and patient
Reliable and punctual
Willingness to develop new skills (to NVQ 3)
Experience with epilepsy is desirable but not essential
If you are interested then please click "apply" or call Fred Thomas on 0118 309 4222 for more information.