So if you’re caring, reliable and have a great sense of humour, you could be just who we’re looking for to complete our team.
You’ll become part of a fun, friendly team who provide residential, respite and day care support to individuals with various disabilities and additional support needs.
Your main aim will be supporting each individual with all aspects of their daily living. You’ll also play a huge part in supporting them with their hobbies and interests too, including cooking, baking, dominoes, basketball, going for walks and trips to the local pub.
You don't need experience to start your career with us; we recruit on values and transferrable skills. We'll pay you for your training and give you all the practical skills you'll need. We'll even fund your SVQ qualification too!
All we’ll need you to bring is: -
- A caring and compassionate attitude and approach
- The ability to work well in a team
- Great communication skills
- A positive attitude with a willingness to learn
- A creative drive to improve the lives of the individuals you support
- Confidence in the use of computers
As we're dedicated to providing around the clock support tailored to the needs of each individual. Shift patterns include early mornings, days, evenings, waking nights and sleepovers which will involve working weekends and public holidays on a rotational basis.
Early application is encouraged as we will review applications throughout the advertising period and reserve the right to close the advert early.
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