Contract Type: Permanent
Salary: £10.90 per hour
We are looking for Support workers who are very calming, softly spoken and predictable to work alongside colleagues supporting three men with Complex Autism and health related difficulties in their own home.
They each have unique interests, likes and dislikes. Your role is to provide person-centred support to enhance quality of life. Day to day, you will use active support to encourage completion of everyday chores, going to activities, meeting friends and family, visiting health professionals, assisting with personal care while maintaining a calm and relaxing sensory environment. They each have special interest and have a predictable structure of activities which ensures they can lead a meaningful life accessing the community whilst keeping unpredictable and stressful situations to a minimum to reduce anxiety. You will provide support to learn new skills, develop use of communication aids and achieve long term goals.
We would like to get to know our future employees and for you to get to know us before committing to a permanent role. You will have the opportunity to meet potential future colleagues that, if successful, you will attend induction training together. We will guide you through several work-based activities to enable you to get a full understanding of what the Support worker role entails. Therefore, following selection all candidates will be invited to attend an Assessment Day. Our Assessment Day will take place in Ewloe from 09:15 – 12:30
The next Assessment Day will take place on:
Thursday 28th September 2023
Starting at 09:15
Finishing at 12:30
Successful candidates will be invited to join our induction cohort commencing on:
Monday 6th November 2023 at Unit 4, Evolution House, Lakeside Business Village, St David’s Business Park, Ewloe, subject to satisfactory references and Right to Work checks.
- Bank Holiday overtime pay rate of time and a half
- Full induction and role specific training before you start your job
- Funded opportunity to gain QCF Level 2 in Health & Social Care
- Annual training programme and opportunities for progression
- Mobile phone provided for work
- Annual leave of 29 days (pro rata including Bank Holidays)
- Option to purchase additional annual leave
- Pension scheme
- Financial support towards dental, optical & medical treatments
- 24/7 Counselling support
- Enhanced Sick pay after a qualifying period of employment, and successfully passing probation
Applying is easy, just send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org, including the name of the position you are applying for in the subject of your email.
We will contact you within 72 hours for a telephone interview. If you do not hear from us within this timeframe, please assume that you have not been successful in your application.