£8.21 - £9.15 per hour
about 1 year ago
An opportunity to work as a one to one support worker has become available. This role is based in Fareham, Paying £8.21 - £9.15 / hour. This is a full time, Temporary to permanent position.
We are currently seeking a full time support worker to work within a supported living unit based in Fareham. This position is primarily to support one male service user on a one to one support basis within the 4 bed supported living home. However there will be occasions when you will work across the whole service, supporting each residents needs and aiding with all aspects of their daily lives. The job requires you to hold a UK diving licence and be happy taking the service user out into the community driving his mobility vehicle. The client will add you onto their business insurance for this.
- If you have experience working one to one with service users with complex and challenging needs this would be advantageous.
- PROACT SKIPr training would be advantageous, however full training will be given to the successful candidate.
- Knowledge or training within prader-willi syndrome (PWS) and diabetes would also be beneficial.
- You must be a car driver and happy to drive the service users mobility transport.
- Have experience working with vulnerable adults with varying levels of needs to include; epilepsy, dementia, learning disabilities, autism, complex needs, physical needs and challenging behaviours.
- Be looking for a full time position and able to work on a shift based rota, which includes every other weekend work, sleep in's, and a mixture of early and late shifts (7am til 2pm, 2.30pm til 10pm)
- Flexibility is key as the shift pattern is varied. You will be working as part of team within this unit, rather than lone work.
- Be willing to undertake Elearning training before commencing the role. (We provide you with your registration and courses free of charge)
If you have a portable DBS registered on the update service please mention this when you apply as this will speed up your application and potential start date should you be successful.
You must be flexible in your working approach to adapt to the needs of the individuals in your care; be able to assist with meal preparation, daily living tasks, medication assistance and all aspects of personal, social and emotional care. There is very little manual handling required in this role. You will have a willing attitude and be able to work as part of a team to encourage and support the service users in order for them to lead ordinary lives in their local communities.
If you feel you have the skills and experience suited to this role please apply or give me a call directly for more information! Nikki Hunt - 07435248197
We currently have a number of roles available additional to the vacancy also .. so if this role isn't quite what you are looking for please feel free to contact me to discuss other roles within Social Care - these range from full and part time work; contracted; permanent as well as adhoc shifts. We recruit across Hampshire and Berkshire. Please feel free to contact me for an informal chat if you feel any of the above is of interest to you.
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