Job Support Worker

Female Support Worker, RH16

Lindfield

£13 – £15 an hour – Part-time, Permanent

  • Hold a UK drivers’ licence
  • Flexible – to cover other care staff shifts to ensure the smooth running of the care team
  • Non-smoker/vaper

Experience

Experience in caring for children/young people with cerebral palsy is an advantage; administration of medication, follow through on therapy, keep accurate records. Enthusiasm, patience, common sense and a willingness to learn are key aspects of the role. The ability to work alone.

Our client

We are currently looking for a number of daytime Female* Support Workers who can be flexible in the availability of shifts worked. If you can work nights too, we’ll be happy to talk to you. Our client is a young girl in her teens who has complex physical and learning disabilities. She lives with her mother, father and 2 younger siblings. She is non-verbal with sensory impairments, hearing impairment and uses cochlear implants. She has complex physical needs and is a wheelchair user.

Full support is needed to undertake all activities of daily living. She is fed via a gastrostomy and uses a combination of facial expressions. symbols and some eye pointing to communicate. She requires a high level of care both during the day and night. If you are available for night shifts where our client frequently awakes and requires attention, we’d love to talk with you.

Our client enjoys the company of happy, lively people with outgoing personalities. She enjoys playing with her siblings, has a fantastic sense of humour and loves joining in all activities integral to family life. Ongoing training and support will be given.

* The employer claims exemption under the Equality Act 2010

Satisfactory references and proof of eligibility to work in the UK will also be required.

This position requires a disclosure request from the DBS. A conviction will not necessarily prevent you from being employed.

Job Types: Part-time, Permanent
Part-time hours: 20-30 per week

Salary: £13.00-£15.00 per hour

Schedule:

  • Day shift

COVID-19 considerations:

  • Initial interviews are by phone or video conference
  • Vaccinations are preferable
  • Government guidelines relating to COVID apply

Experience:

  • Complex Care: 3 years (preferred)
  • Driving: 3 years (preferred)

Licence/Certification:

  • DBS for Child Workforce (preferred)
  • Drivers Licence (preferred)

Reference ID: Job Ref: Jun01HM

To find out more and to apply for this position visit: https://indeedhi.re/3OrIlhk

Closing date for applications: 30 June 2022

Job Support Worker

Support Worker Complex Care – Northwood HA6

To care for a 14-year-old girl with cerebral palsy, she is dependent for all her care needs, and therefore the requirement is to provide assistance with personal hygiene. educational, social and leisure activities.

HOURS:

Working days: Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday

Term time – approx. 39 weeks per year

Working hours: 16.00 – 22.00 (18 hours per week)

Potential for other shifts also during school holidays

Potential for Saturday and Sunday by arrangement

PAY: £14 per hour afternoons/evenings

PAY: £16 per hour Saturday and Sunday shifts

Main duties and responsibilities

  • Carrying out the afternoon/evening routine which includes preparing packed lunch, shower, follow the therapeutic programme, downtime comprising of watching TV or relaxing with her iPad, prepare for bed
  • Work with the client, professionals and family to undertake duties commensurate with the post and as requested by the client and family
  • Be aware of issues of safeguarding and alert parents to any concerns regarding the client’s safety and wellbeing
  • Participate in meetings called by the parents
  • As a professional member of the staff team, support colleagues where necessary
  • Provide a safe and happy environment

General

  • Ensure that all duties are carried out to a high standard and that the welfare of the client is paramount at all times
  • To undertake any other related duties as required from time to time

Person Specification

Essential requirements:

  • Female required – this is an exemption of the Equal Opportunities Act 2010
  • Enhanced DBS Certificate – applied for by employer if required
  • Able to drive an adapted vehicle although training will be provided to the right applicant
  • Full clean UK driver’s licence
  • The driver’s license must not have drink/driving endorsements
  • Good level of spoken English
  • Awareness of safeguarding and the rights of young people
  • Punctual, committed and dependable
  • A calm temperament, trustworthy, reliable with a good sense of humour, and a passion for working with children and young people
  • Have a pleasant, cheerful outlook
  • Satisfactory references
  • Right to work in the UK
  • Be willing not to smoke during your hours of duty

Desirable:

  • Health and Social Care First Aid Certificate
  • Flexibility to work occasional additional hours

School holidays and half terms: Shifts by agreement

Support Worker hours and rates of pay

Salary: £14.00-£16.00 per hour

Part-time hours: 18 per week

Reference ID: MAR022AP

Job Types: Part-time, Permanent

To find out more and to apply for this position visit: https://uk.indeed.com/job/support-worker-8bf14294b10a67eb

Closing date for applications: 10 June 2022

Job Support Worker

Female* Day and Night Support Worker

Job role: Female* Support Worker – Permanent, part-time (20-30 hours per week)
Location: Haywards Heath, West Sussex, RH16
Pay: £13-£15 per hour – Day Shifts / £14-16 per hour – Waking Night Shifts

Shifts available: Flexibility to work shifts with a mix of afternoons, nights and seasonal cover is required. There are a variety of shifts available, any shift pattern will be considered.

  • 3 afternoons after school 15.30 to 20.30 (20.00 on Fridays), Saturdays 08.00 to 18.00 twice a month term time.
  • 3 nights a week including Friday & Saturday nights 20.00 to 08.00 and an extra night 20.30 to 08.30.
  • Seasonal cover i.e., school holidays. Hours to be mutually agreed.

Are you a Female* Support Worker?

  • Confident about working in client’s own home and sensitive to the needs and wishes of the parents
  • Happy to learn new things, (training will be given)
  • Patient and tolerant
  • Proactive with an encouraging approach
  • Responsible and able to work under own initiative
  • Cheerful, caring with a positive attitude
  • Reliable, trustworthy and a good communicator
  • Confident with moving and handling
  • Hold a UK drivers’ licence
  • Flexible – to cover other care staff shifts to ensure the smooth running of the care team
  • Non-smoker / vaper

Experience

Experience in caring for children/young people with cerebral palsy is an advantage; administration of medication, follow through on therapy, keep accurate records. Enthusiasm, patience, common sense and a willingness to learn are key aspects of the role. The ability to work alone is essential.

Our client

We are currently looking for a number of day and night Female* Support Workers who can be flexible in the availability of shifts worked. Our client is a young girl in her teens who has complex physical and learning disabilities. She lives with her mother, father and two younger siblings. She is non-verbal with sensory impairments, hearing impairment and uses cochlear implants. She has complex physical needs and is a wheelchair user.

Full support is needed to undertake all activities of daily living. She is fed via a gastrostomy and uses a combination of facial expressions, symbols and some eye pointing to communicate. She requires a high level of care both during the day and especially at night as our client frequently wakes and has an unpredictable sleep pattern. She uses CPAP to support her respiration at night and needs attention with regards to her gastrostomy and fluid intake.

Our client enjoys the company of happy, lively people with outgoing personalities. She enjoys playing with her siblings, has a fantastic sense of humour and loves joining in all activities integral to family life. Ongoing training and support will be given.

* The employer claims exemption under the Equality Act 2010

Satisfactory references and proof of eligibility to work in the UK will also be required. This position requires a disclosure request from the DBS. A conviction will not necessarily prevent you from being employed.

To find out more and to apply for this position visit: https://www.recruitmentgenius.com/jobseekers/job-details/female-day-and-night-support-worker-ref-00120305

Closing date for applications: 30 April 2022

Job Support Worker

Support Worker Complex Care – Northwood HA6

To care for a 13-year-old girl with cerebral palsy, she is dependent for all her care needs, and therefore the requirement is to provide assistance with personal hygiene. educational, social and leisure activities.

HOURS:

Working days: Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday

Term time – approx. 39 weeks per year

Working hours: 16.00 – 20.00 (12 hours per week)

Potential for other shifts also during school holidays

Potential for Saturday and Sunday by arrangement

PAY: £14 per hour afternoons/evenings

PAY: £16 per hour Saturday and Sunday shifts

Main duties and responsibilities

  • Carrying out the afternoon/evening routine which includes preparing packed lunch, shower, follow the therapeutic programme, downtime comprising of watching TV or relaxing with her iPad, prepare for bed
  • Work with the client, professionals and family to undertake duties commensurate with the post and as requested by the client and family
  • Be aware of issues of safeguarding and alert parents to any concerns regarding the client’s safety and wellbeing
  • Participate in meetings called by the parents
  • As a professional member of the staff team, support colleagues where necessary
  • Provide a safe and happy environment

General

  • Ensure that all duties are carried out to a high standard and that the welfare of the client is paramount at all times
  • To undertake any other related duties as required from time to time

Person Specification

Essential requirements:

  • Female required – this is an exemption of the Equal Opportunities Act 2010
  • Enhanced DBS Certificate – applied for by employer if required
  • Able to drive an adapted vehicle although training will be provided to the right applicant
  • Full clean UK drivers licence
  • The drivers license must not have drink/driving endorsements
  • Good level of spoken English
  • Awareness of safeguarding and the rights of young people
  • Punctual, committed and dependable
  • A calm temperament, trustworthy, reliable with a good sense of humour, and a passion for working with children and young people
  • Have a pleasant, cheerful outlook
  • Satisfactory references
  • Right to work in the UK
  • Be willing not to smoke during your hours of duty

Desirable:

  • Health and Social Care First Aid Certificate
  • Flexibility to work occasional additional hours

School holidays and half terms: Shifts by agreement

Support Worker hours and rates of pay

Salary: £14.00-£16.00 per hour

Part-time hours: 12 per week

Reference ID: MAR022AP

Job Types: Part-time, Permanent

To find out more and to apply for this position visit: https://uk.indeed.com/job/support-worker-b5dfe4a18b55ac0c

Closing date for applications: 30 April 2022

Job Support Worker

Support Worker – West Chiltington, West Sussex

Part-time available: a) On-call night shifts (including weekend)

and b) shifts during school holidays

(Exemption is claimed under the Equality Act 2010 Part 1 Schedule 9)

We have an exciting opportunity to recruit a permanent support worker to join our small established team. The ideal candidates will have a good sense of humour, an excellent work ethic, and the ability to maximise someone’s potential and enhance their quality of life within their home environment.

On-call Night Shifts (permanent contract)

Shifts: Sunday, Monday and Tuesday from 9:30 pm to 8:30 am.

Staff are required to get our client ready for bed, soothe him to sleep and to check on him during the night as required and get him ready for school in the morning.

School Holiday shifts (permanent contracts)

We are seeking a support worker to cover school holidays. The shifts available are from 9:30 am to 4:30 pm two or three days a week during school holidays. Also, to accompany our client and his family on holiday.

The Client

Our client is a male child aged 10 years who has cerebral palsy and learning difficulties. He is tube fed and is a wheelchair user. He is a loving, sweet and cheeky chap and a pleasure to work with. His care depends on others to support him in a holistic approach ranging from personal care, feeding and toileting to promoting his quality of life within the house and in the community. He lives as full, active and high quality a life as possible, so social and recreational activities are important in his care, together with learning his communication strategies due to him being non-verbal.

Client’s Hobbies & Interests

Our client loves active engagement and interaction; he enjoys being outside on his swing, slide and trike and going for walks in his all-terrain buggy. He loves his hydrotherapy sessions and has his own hydrotherapy pool. He enjoys stories, music, board games, arts and crafts, relaxing massages and watching his favourite TV programmes.

The Roles

You will have experience of working with someone with a learning and a physical disability, and you will commit to provide a high standard of therapeutic support in a calm, caring and professional manner.

Night shifts:

You will get our client ready for bed and settle him to sleep. You can go to bed but need to be alert to him waking during the night via a CCTV monitor. He can have settled nights but is often disturbed a couple of times and can take time to settle back down. He will need repositioning to help him get back to sleep. In the morning you’ll get him ready for school.

You will need to have the flexibility to accompany the client and his family on holiday.

School holidays: Tasks include undertaking a range of activities in the home and supporting our client to to maximise his independence in line with his therapy programme. You will work with other health care professionals that include a Physiotherapist and Occupational Therapist to participate in all of these activities actively. You will also participate in hydrotherapy with our client to promote his physical health and enhance his quality of life as much as possible.

There is the expectation that you will work towards a client-centred approach to improve and promote our client’s quality of life by following the agreed care plans.

You will possess good communication skills, empathy, flexibility and enthusiasm, with the ability to use your initiative and creativity. You will be confident, reliable and caring. Undertaking domestic tasks, such as cleaning and tidying at the end of the shift, is vital.

You will need to have the flexibility to accompany our client and his family on holiday.

Essential

  • You must hold a full, clean driving licence and be an experienced driver
  • You must have the skills and experience gained from working with people with disabilities
  • It would be best if you had a calm, warm and friendly disposition with a good sense of humour
  • Although regular shifts will be agreed, the employer holds the right to change shifts at any time to suit our client’s needs; therefore flexibility is vital

Location: The roles are based at the family’s home in West Chiltington, West Sussex.

Support Worker hours and rates of pay

Night rate – Sunday – Tuesday – £120 in total

Day rate – £14.00ph in week and £16.00ph at weekends

Reference ID: ThoH

Job Types: Part-time, Permanent

Salary: £14.00-£16.00 per hour

To find out more and to apply for this position visit: https://uk.indeed.com/job/support-worker-e28f0a929682bb22

Closing date for applications: 19 March 2022

Job Support Worker

Team Leader – Support Workers – West Chiltington, West Sussex

Part-time available: a) On-call night shifts (including weekend)

and b) shifts during school holidays

(Exemption is claimed under the Equality Act 2010 Part 1 Schedule 9) We have an exciting opportunity to recruit a permanent Team Leader to join our small established team. The ideal candidates will have a good sense of humour, an excellent work ethic, and the ability to maximise someone’s potential and enhance their quality of life within their home environment.

On-call Night Shifts (permanent contract)

Shifts: Sunday, Monday and Tuesday from 9:30 pm to 8:30 am.

Staff are required to get our client ready for bed, soothe him to sleep and to check on him during the night as required and get him ready for school in the morning.

School Holiday shifts (permanent contracts)

We are seeking a support worker to cover school holidays. The shifts available are from 9:30 am to 4:30 pm two or three days a week during school holidays. Also, to accompany our client and his family on holiday.

The Client

To work with a ten-year-old boy with quadraplegic Cerebral Palsy. He is a wheelchair user and is non-verbal with severe developmental delay. The care will involve manual handling, providing assistance with all levels of personal  care, feeding via a gastrostomy and basic physiotherapy led exercises and positioning. He enjoys watching programmes on his iPad, music, arts and crafts and spending time in his therapy/sensory room. He loves hydrotherapy and has his own pool at home. He also likes walks in the countryside.

Client’s Hobbies & Interests

Our client loves active engagement and interaction; he enjoys being outside on his swing, slide and trike and going for walks in his all-terrain buggy. He loves his hydrotherapy sessions and has his own hydrotherapy pool. He enjoys stories, music, board games, arts and crafts, relaxing massages and watching his favourite TV programmes.

The Roles

The Team Leader’s duties will include co-ordinating the team by organising the rota, supervising staff monitoring the quality of care provided and liaising with the multidisciplinary team. The Team Leader will provide some care for our client within the family home and during trips out into the community. Our client attends a special school during term time and support is at night, after school in term time when he is at home, during school holidays and at weekends. He is expected to have two support workers or the support of a parent with one support worker when in the community.

There is the expectation that you will work towards a client-centred approach to improve and promote our client’s quality of life by following the agreed care plans.

You will possess good communication skills, empathy, flexibility and enthusiasm, with the ability to use your initiative and creativity. You will be confident, reliable and caring. Undertaking domestic tasks, such as cleaning and tidying at the end of the shift, is vital.

You will need to have the flexibility to accompany our client and his family on holiday.

Job Purpose

  • To manage the support team, organising rotas, supervision and monitoring performance, ensuring that the highest quality of care is provided. Identifying areas for training.
  • Liaising with the parents and multidisciplinary team and facilitating good communication across the teams.
  • To provide support and care for our client in partnership with his family. Specific tasks include: feeding via gastrostomy, providing assistance with all levels of personal care including changing continence pads, skin care and mouth care.
  • To support our client with his communication needs and methods that he uses.
  • Ensuring all staff undertake tasks and activities in line with the care plan and the appropriate process and procedure.
  • To support our client in maximising his independence in all activities of daily living.
  • To monitor the client’s health and report and changes in condition to the parents and case manager.

Essential

  • You must hold a full, clean driving licence and be an experienced driver
  • You must have the skills and experience gained from working with people with disabilities
  • It would be best if you had a calm, warm and friendly disposition with a good sense of humour
  • Although regular shifts will be agreed, the employer holds the right to change shifts at any time to suit our client’s needs; therefore flexibility is vital

Location: The roles are based at the family’s home in West Chiltington, West Sussex.

Support Worker hours and rates of pay

Night rate – £120.50 Sunday, Monday & Tuesday

Day rate – £15.00ph in week and £17.00ph at weekends

Reference ID: ThoH TL

Job Types: Part-time, Permanent

Salary: £15.00-£17.00 per hour

To find out more and to apply for this position visit: https://uk.indeed.com/job/team-leader-support-worker-707302af90557761

Closing date for applications: 19 March 2022

Job Support Worker

Waking Night Support Worker, London NW4

Location: Hendon, North London NW4, working within the family environment.

Reporting To: Parents on behalf of their son’s Deputy.

Background Information

The family are looking for a caring, professional and reliable live out Carer / Support Worker to solidify and enhance our night care team. They are a young professional couple who provide a loving and stable environment for their son. He is 15-years-old with special needs and severe disabilities. He is dependent on all daily living activities and requires a high level of assistance.

A Waking Night Carer is required for two weekday nights. You will be required to settle their son to sleep.

The family have a history of supporting a reliable and stable workforce who have been with them for many years. They are seeking someone who is committed and would like to join this team.

Job Purpose

The purpose of the job is to provide assistance to our client’s parents with the care of their son and to take sole charge at pre-arranged times.

Our client will require help with all activities of daily living and in particular to provide overnight care and settle our client to sleep. He is a poor sleeper and has restless nights with an average of 4-5 hours’ sleep a night.

No equipment or feeding is required during the night.

Main Duties

  • To provide waking night care to our client
  • To assist with settling him to sleep by following a night-time routine to include bathing, changing pads, administering medication
  • To ensure his comfort during the night by winding, keeping him hydrated, and ensuring his temperature is consistent. This may require taking him in/out of the bed several times during the night
  • To be vigilant with monitoring his needs throughout the night – average sleeping time is 4 hours
  • To cover shifts for colleagues who may be away e.g., on holiday – by agreement
  • To undertake other tasks and activities as required by the family from time to time

The family are supportive in training for this special role.

About you

You are a patient and caring individual and have experience of looking after individuals with complex needs. You will need to be physically fit and active as you will be employing moving and handling methods using appropriate techniques. Training will be provided.

You will be tidy, organised and efficient; attention to detail for record keeping is key.

We are looking for someone who is kind, caring, flexible and adaptable. You will be working closely with dedicated and committed parents.

It is desirable (but not essential) that you understand and speak English to a fair level and have a driver’s licence.

Experience in using disability equipment would be a bonus.

Working hours

This position is for overnight care for 2 weeknights per week and the hours are from 21:30 to 07:00.

Schedules are set out as far as possible in advance.

Pay

From £13 per hour for weekday nights

From £14 per hour weekend nights – should you be required to cover for colleagues.

Desirable:

Health and Social Care First Aid Certificate
Flexibility to work occasional additional hours

Other

Satisfactory references, an enhanced DBS certificate and proof of eligibility to work in the UK are essential.

Reference ID: JAN22KP/MMC

Part-time hours: 19 per week

Job Types: Part-time, Permanent

Salary: £13.00-£14.00 per hour

Schedule: 10-hour shift

COVID-19 considerations:

Initial interviews are by phone or video conference
Vaccinations are preferable
Government guidelines relating to COVID apply

Education:

GCSE or equivalent (preferred)

Experience:

Complex Care: 3 years (preferred)
working Waking Nights: 3 years (preferred)

Licence/Certification:

DBS certificate for Child Workforce (preferred)

To find out more and to apply for this position visit: https://uk.indeed.com/job/waking-night-support-worker-992b14a3e3299d9a

Closing date for applications: 28 February 2022

Job Support Worker

Support Worker Complex Care, Northwood HA6

Main scope of job: To care for a 13-year-old girl that includes driving to and from school during term time.

Hours: Working days: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday

Working hours: Daily split shifts – 06.45 to 10.15 then 13.45 to 16.15 (20 hours per week)

  • Potential for other shifts during school holidays
  • Potential for Saturday and Sunday by arrangement

Term time: approx. 39 weeks per year

Pay Rate: £20 per hour Monday to Friday morning shifts and £14 per hour afternoons/evenings. £16 per hour Saturday and Sunday shifts

Main duties and responsibilities

  • Using the client’s adapted vehicle, to take the client to school and collect after school, ensuring her safety on the journey
  • Work with the client, professionals and family to undertake duties commensurate with the post and as requested by the client and family
  • Be aware of issues of safeguarding and alert parents to any concerns regarding the client’s safety and wellbeing
  • Be reliable and punctual; alert the family, at the earliest possible opportunity, if unable to attend for work in an emergency or in case of illness
  • Participate in meetings called by the parents
  • As a professional member of the staff team, support colleagues where necessary
  • Provide a safe and happy environment

General

  • Ensure that all duties are carried out to a high standard and that the welfare of the client is paramount at all times
  • To be individually accountable for the driving service provided
  • Comply with relevant legislation and operational guidelines and the Highway Code at all times
  • To undertake any other related duties as required from time to time

Person Specification

Essential Requirements

  • Female required – this is an exemption of the Equal Opportunities Act 2010
  • Enhanced DBS Certificate – applied for by employer if required
  • 3 years’ driving experience and must be 26 years of age or above for car insurance purposes
  • Able to drive an adapted vehicle although training will be provided to the right applicant
  • Full clean UK drivers licence
  • The drivers licence must not have drink/driving endorsements
  • Good level of spoken English
  • Enjoy driving
  • Awareness of safeguarding and the rights of young people
  • Punctual, committed and dependable
  • A calm temperament, trustworthy, reliable with a good sense of humour, and a passion for working with children and young people
  • Have a pleasant, cheerful outlook
  • Satisfactory references
  • Right to work in the UK
  • Be willing not to smoke during your hours of duty

Desirable

  • Health and Social Care First Aid Certificate
  • Flexibility to work occasional additional hours

Salary: £14-20 per hour

Schedule: Day shift Monday-Friday

COVID-19 considerations:

  • Initial interview will take place by telephone or video conference.
  • Government guidelines relating to COVID apply.

To find out more and to apply for this position visit: https://uk.indeed.com/job/support-worker-complex-care-b4510b2429fafab7

Closing date for applications: 26 January 2022

Job Support Worker

Night Support Worker, West Chiltington, West Sussex

Do you live in the following catchment areas: Worthing, Brighton, Burgess Hill, Haywards Heath, Lewis, Horsham, Storrington, West Chiltington?

Required: Support Worker for Nights in West Chiltington, West Sussex

Shift Pattern: Two nights per week Sunday night and either Monday or Wednesday from 21:30pm to 08:30am

Pay Rate: Sunday night: £126.50 per shift, Monday/Wednesday night: £114.50 per shift

About our client

A young boy with cerebral palsy affecting all 4 of his limbs. Mum describes him as very good natured, sweet, affectionate, non-verbal but does vocalise and uses facial expressions. He is a very happy child. He is fed and has all medication via a gastrostomy. He loves music, TV, swimming, riding his trike, attempts adventurous activities when on holiday. He enjoys school, being with his friends and is sociable.

Key Responsibilities

Your role is to help prepare him for sleep and to settle him when he disturbs during the night. You will also assist in his morning routine and get him ready for school during the term. He has physical needs and requires hoisting for all transfers. No night is the same and this role is not a sleeping night but seen as a “resting night” as you are expected to attend to his needs when necessary, during the night. Some nights he is quite settled and others he is not. You will work in a lovely home where the night support worker has their own room, bathroom and use of a duty room. The parents are supportive, and the staff enjoy the work and working with the client.

A DBS for child workforce is a must.

Skills Knowledge & Expertise

You will have some experience of disturbed nights which could be with your own family. The family are willing to train the person with the right attitude, even if they do not have all the experience. Essentials are:

  • Confident in your own abilities to work with our client
  • Resilient to stay awake or have disturbed sleep
  • Sensitive to his needs, for instance not talking over him
  • Able to relate positively and enthusiastically to young people
  • Responsible to work on your own over a night shift, ensuring the safety, dignity, needs and wishes of the client and follow the care plan. The parents are on hand if needs be.
  • Computer literate to support our client and to communicate with the family and case manager.
  • Be a happy and bubbly person.

Desirable:

  • Experience of gastrostomy
  • Some experience with people with special needs in their home or working life
  • First Aid certificate
  • Previous training in medication provision, moving and handling, safeguarding

Benefits

  • If you are not on the DBS Update Service, we will arrange for you to apply again.
  • Immediate start available
  • Other shifts available by mutual agreement
  • Lovely environment with the use of an extremely comfortable own room and bathroom
  • On the job training

Salary: £114.50 – 126.50 per shift

Part-time hours: 22 hours per week

COVID-19 considerations:

  • Initial interview will take place by telephone or video.
  • Where face to face interview is required, you will follow the instructions at the home, including the use of masks, sanitisers, etc. as the family take account of the government guidelines.

To find out more and to apply for this position visit: https://uk.indeed.com/job/night-support-worker-4090a6a2f5410061

Closing date for applications: 3 January 2022