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Care Assistant and Support Workers
New Milton, Hampshire, England
£10.01 - £10.01 PerHour
Permanent (Full time)
LEARNING DIFFICULTIES SUPPORT WORKERS
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- BASED IN CENTRE NEW MILTON EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY FOR CARE ASSISTANTS TO MOVE TO A LEARNING DISABILITIES ENVIRONMENT DAY OR NIGHT HOURS – 36 HOURS AVAILABLE £ PER HOUR AND PLENTY OVERTIME IF YOU WANT EXTRA HOURS WE ARE CURRENTLY SOURCING APPLICANTS FOR A FANTASTIC HIGHLY RATED SUPPORTED LIVING SITE FOR ADULTS WITH LEARNING DIFFICULTIES REQUIREMENTS IN NEW MILTON YOU DO NOT NEED TO DRIVE BUT PLEASE ONLY APPLY IF YOU CAN COMMUTE TO NEW MILTON GREAT RATE FOR SUPPORT WORKERS AND EXCELLENT OVERTIME OPPORTUNITIES INTERVIEWS WILL BE ON 'MICROSOFT TEAMS' How about calling for an informal chat? call our recruitment line Mark at Care First.
Who we are? We are Care First Recruitment UK, a family run business who work no stop to place the right candidates to the right clients.
This client unit of 18 individual flats designed for adults with autism and learning disabilities who have complex and high levels of needs.
A purpose-built accommodation that helps people with complex learning disabilities to live with as much independence and autonomy as possible.
Each equipped with a spacious bedroom, an open plan kitchen and lounge, and a modern bathroom, landscape gardens and communal space.
Sympathetically designed both inside and out to give residents even more choice and control in how their support is delivered.
The community based accommodation enables people with learning difficulties to live independently in their own space with the reassurance that care support is on hand 24/7.
Support workers are committed to enabling the people they support to live the lives they want; lives which are fulfilling, meaningful and happy.
This could be day to day support including medicine, community help like shopping, activities like cinema or working alongside them in the communal areas.
Other areas can involve cooking, assisting living which will include personal care and dealing with challenging behaviour and non-verbal communication.
What is the job as a Support Worker? A Support worker is essential to work every day to help all residents live a dignified and meaningful life.
The job requires the highest of standards, bags of passion while always considering the resident’s choices, their views and respecting their independence.
Full time Permanent Day or nights with at least a permanent 35-hour contract overtime available (Day shifts for Support Workers run from 7am to 10pm, mixture of 12 hour shifts, earlies, lates and alternate weekends.
Nights shifts are 8pm
What we are looking for? For this role our client is now commencing a commitment to provide full training with opportunities to access NVQ training which can be supported to begin to progress your career as a Support Worker if your presently a care worker.
Being a support worker can act as a springboard to many different opportunities in the future.
Our clients expect and look for qualities of an individual’s character
- areas like kindness, honesty, friendliness, passion, good communicator, both team player and a person with individual aptitude.
Being able to think and make decisions under pressure, be positive when the chips are down and always keep a smile will all help secure your next job.
Benefits to you as a Support Worker: 1.
An excellent rate of pay with additional hours and overtime opportunities 2.
Different shift patterns available with permanent contracts 3.
Free DBS checking 4.
Death in benefit and pension scheme 5.
NVQ and other training to national recognised standards along with continuous training on the job 7.
Cycle to work scheme Thanks for taking the time to check out our posting.
If this sounds like you, and sounds like it could be something you like to be part of, then please email us.
Attach a CV with a current phone number and we will be in contact on the same day.
Call Care First Recruitment Mark on Tel: (Any time).