West Lindsey, Lincolnshire
Up to £21081 per annum + Free Meals, Free Parking, Pension & More
25 days ago
We are recruiting, unhindered by the Covid-19 pandemic during this time of even greater need!
Vetro have an excellent opportunity for a Residential Support Worker at a 6 bed service in Cherry Willingham, Lincolnshire, which provides support for young adults (19+) with complex needs. The salary for this full time night shifts role is £21,081, working 35 hours per week. The shift pattern will be 5 nights one week and 2 nights the next.
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.
About the Role:
As a Support Worker you will be key in helping young adults with complex needs This is a challenging role but the rewards are incomparable to any other job. You will be working in an environment where the little things that you do every day could have life changing results. Your ambition for the young adults you support will help them take steps to fulfilling their potential.
Work in partnership with the Registered Manager and Senior Team to safeguard tenants at all times. Lead by example and contribute to the personal development of tenants, promoting and supporting healthy lifestyle choices alongside varied and appropriate activities.
Lead by example and contribute positively 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.
Support tenants with all aspects of personal care.
Communicate with tenants in a method appropriate to them.
Work alongside your team to maintain a safe clean fun and homely environment for tenants.
Maintain accurate clear and concise record keeping.
Proactively contribute to care planning and take ownership for keeping your own knowledge up to date by regularly reviewing all relevant documentation and training materials.
Experience working with adults with learning difficulties/autism, or a qualification in care.
Excellent communication Skills
To be comfortable with personal care
To have a passion for working with and caring for people.
Own transport is essential as the service is not on a public transport route
Extensive training packages with time rostered out of your work rota to attend.
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
Full funded DBS checks
**If this opportunity is of interest please click apply below with an up to date CV**