Bury St Edmunds
£26774 - £27122 per annum
02921 660 880
about 2 months ago
The organisation is a long-established provider of quality education and care services to children and young adults, with reports across the board from OFSTED and CQC as good or excellent.
Salary & Hours
- £26,774 - £27,122
- 8am - 8pm
- 43.5 hours per week
- 2 week rolling rota, 5 shifts p/week then 2 shifts the following week.
Reporting into the Registered Manager, the Senior Support Workers are responsible for advocating and providing person-centred care and supporting the staff team to perform their wide range of duties appropriately and effectively, ensuring they can deliver the best possible care and support to Residents.
- Positively contribute to the personal development of young service users with both practical and emotional support.
- Lead by example, behave and communicate appropriately at all times.
- Design, implement, deliver and contribute in a wide range of innovative and exciting recreational events within the home and wider community. This will involve regular outings and trips and on occasion, extended visits and holidays.
- Using knowledge and experience, contribute positively to care planning and participate supportively in reviews as requested, demonstrating a sound knowledge regarding nutrition and hygiene.
- Maintain accurate, clear and concise record keeping.
- Take ownership for key-worker duties and where appropriate look to develop and strengthen links with families, friends and relevant significant others.
- Work in partnership with the Manager to ensure streamlined service delivery and consistent communication across the homes.
- Proactively participate in supporting the staff team to include carrying out supervisions as requested.
- Attend and contribute positively to regular staff meetings and hand-over meetings, ensuring all relevant information is disseminated appropriately and in a timely manner.
- Contribute positively to the training and development of the staff team to include own personal development / highlighting any training needs.
- You will have no previous cautions or convictions.
- You must hold a completed Diploma Level 2 in Health & Social Care Adults.
- Experience of providing care and support to young adults, ideally young adults with disabilities, autism and challenging behaviour.
- Competent written and oral communication skills to include computer literacy.
- Full UK driving licence
- Overtime available.
- Extensive training packages with time rostered out of your work rota to attend.
- Life Assurance.
- Staff meals whilst on shift.
- Fully expensed off-site activities and trips to attend alongside our young people.
- Genuine career development opportunities for those who want them.
- A beautiful home and grounds to work within.
- Full funded DBS checks.
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