£17800 - £19000 per annum
3 months ago
based in South Manchester
The primary responsibilities of the Personal Support Worker are to ensure the effective
communication, safety, health and wellbeing of the Employing Individual.
- Ensure the communication, safety, health and wellbeing of the individual you are supporting
- Participate in activities such as Swimming, Cycling and skiing.
- Support the Individual to develop their independence and life skills through the use of Applied
Behavioural Analysis strategies.
- Be observant of the Individuals response to the world and provide support to manage their interactions as required.
This role gives you the opportunity to learn how to use Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) when
supporting the young man. Training will be provided by the Employer
Minimum contract available of 30 hours. Usual hours will be scheduled between 8am and 10pm, dependent on the activities of the day.
Competitive starting salary
Attractive working hours (Monday-Saturday - No nights or bank holidays)
5.6 weeks' holiday incl. bank holidays
Caring, fun and supportive working environment
Full in-depth training
Further ongoing CPD training
Excellent prospects for personal and professional growth
Diploma in Health and Social Care Level Three or recognised equivalent. (Essential)
Full UK driving licence. (Essential)
At Vetro Care, we have over 100 years' combined recruitment experience helping people plan their career path, navigate the job market and find their ideal role. We are REC GOLD accredited and CIW registered and pride ourselves on the service we offer our clients and candidates. We will work alongside you at all stages of the job application process and help you identify, apply for and secure your ideal role.
Whether you are looking for a permanent or temporary position we're here to help.
Vetro Care acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Vetro is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.