Your new role
In your new role as Support Worker, you will empower individuals with a disability to live meaningful lives in their communities through the provision of high quality and individualised support. You will support each service user with all aspects of daily living, physical assistance if required and ensure personal care is delivered. You will maintain a positive and trustworthy relationship with all service users along with family, friends and other service providers if relevant.
What you’ll need to succeed.
To be successful as Support Worker you will hold a Level 6+ qualification in a relevant healthcare discipline, a current patient moving and handling certificate and current CPR certificate. In addition, you will have experience working in a residential setting and an understanding of the disability sector. With experience in a care environment for individuals with intellectual disabilities you will be a very strong candidate for this role.
What you’ll get in return
As the new Support Worker you will receive regular working hours and have the opportunity to work as part of a motivated and supportive team. Reporting directly to the Service Manager, you will gain invaluable and transferable experience to assist you in your continuous professional development.
What to do now
If you are interested in this role or would like to have a confidential conversation about your career and the next steps then please contact us today. Send us your CV and a little about what you are looking for and we will arrange a call to discuss what you want. You can contact Amy with your CV at firstname.lastname@example.org