Support Worker

Zoek Pin Bargoed, Caerphilly , Wales

£18,278.00 per year

Unspecified (Full time)

Posted 28 days ago

We are looking for positive and passionate individuals to join our Supported Living Day Service in Bargoed, Caerphilly.
In this service you will work with an individual with Autism who can display behaviours that challenge. You will support this individual to manage and learn new skills using a person centred approached to increase their independence throughout life. We pride ourselves on supporting any individual to better their life skills, community presence and any other support they may require.
Pobl means ‘People’ and people really are at the heart of everything we do. We support some truly amazing people to live positive, independent lives in their own home and help get them where they want to be in life.

We are proud to be offering all of our colleagues the real living wage of £ per hour, making the annual salary for this role £18,278 (Pro Rata)

This is truly an exciting opportunity for you to develop within the Health and Social Care Sector.

We have a part time, permanent position available for 17 hours per week.

The team support the individual in a day service provision Monday to Sunday and take part in fun activities as well as provide companionship, personal care, and support with meal preparation.

Shifts will be between the hours of and , Monday to Sunday and there will be a set rota between the day service hours.
Working hours can be discussed with the hiring manager at interview.

Our team work to a 2-week rota with every other weekend off where possible.

You may be required to undertake sleep ins and waking night shifts where you will receive additional payments on top of your annual salary.

For sleep ins we pay:
For 8 hours - £
For hours - £
For 9 hours - £
For hours - £

The service will be supporting an individual who at times can display challenging behaviour, both verbally and physically. Therefore, as part of your induction training, you will receive in depth training and support to deal with these situations such as breakaway techniques.

We also offer, as part of a growing organisation, endless opportunities for training, career development and progression.

You would also be surrounded by an experienced team where you will have a good foundation for a long career in care.

You will contribute to enabling people to achieve their goals which is highly rewarding, and you will contribute to the success of the Pobl Group, which is moving from strength to strength see .uk.

How can I make a difference?

You'll have the opportunity to:

* Work with people who are assessed as having complex needs.
* Work in accordance with a Positive Behavioural Support approach.
* Support individuals to integrate as fully as possible within a community setting
* Liaise with family members, health professionals and members of the multi-disciplinary team.
* Tailor your support to the individual to enable them to become as independent as possible.

Who are we looking for?

The ideal candidate will:

* Embrace the opportunity to complete a Level 3 Advanced Certificate in Positive Behavioural Support and QCF qualification
* Have the ability and confidence to work in accordance with a support plan.
* Be a team player.
* Work flexibly and consistently.
* Be naturally enthusiastic and driven to make a difference.
* Be resilient.
* Have experience of following a Positive Behavioural Support Plan
* Have experience working with individuals who display challenging behaviours


To work in this role, you’ll be registered with Social Care Wales. If you’re not already we’ll help you do this as part of your recruitment process

If you would like to make a difference to someone’s life, click ‘Apply Now’ to begin your journey with Pobl.

Pobl is an organisation with equality, diversity, and inclusion at its heart, and we are pleased to have recently been accredited with Stage 2 Investors in Diversity. We welcome applications from all areas of the community, however we particularly encourage applications from members of the BAME community as well as individuals with disabilities, who are currently under-represented within our workforce


Reference ID: 506274

Part-time hours: 17 per week

Job Types: Part-time, Permanent

Salary: £18, per year

* Company pension
* Cycle to work scheme
* Employee discount
* Sick pay
* Wellness programmes

Work remotely:
* No

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