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Support Worker

UPWARD CARE LIMITED

Solihull, MID
Today
Solihull, MID
£17k - £17k Per Year
Today
£17k - £17k Per Year

 

 

Job title:

Support Worker

Reports to:

Registered Manager

Do you have a caring nature? Are you looking to make a difference to people's lives? Do you want to work in an environment where no two days are the same? Are you flexible with your working hours? Can you see yourself providing care to adults who need your support? If you have answered a big YES to these questions, we would love to hear from you.
We are looking for a Support Worker to join our care and support team in Walsall, West Midlands.

Brief Job Description:
The Support Worker will support vulnerable people in their own homes providing support to individuals' in a person cantered way which includes various activities i.e.  shopping, managing own budgets, cooking, assisting with personal care and administering medication.

You will need to maintain care, support and management skills as detailed within the individual care plans and risk assessments. Record keeping and communication skills are essential to ensure effective teamwork to meet people’s needs. You will be required to undertake such training and development as necessary from time-to-time be develop your career.

Ideally you will have previous experience working within a residential care or supported living setting with vulnerable people and hold NVQ Level 2 in care or an equivalent qualification. However, applications from candidates with no experience who can demonstrate the caring qualities and values that we seek in our staff are welcome.

So, are you caring? Inspirational? Optimistic? And Ambitious? – These are easy words, but the real job of a support worker is the blend all this to enable our service users to lead a fulfilling, independent and as satisfying a life as they possibly can.

The Support Worker will have a responsibility to deliver our service in accordance with standards agreed with the Registered Manager, Registered Provider, relevant regulations, and in line with accepted best practice.

Location:

South Birmingham, West Midlands

 

Working Hours:

 

Nominally 40 hours per week, subject to achievement of goals and objectives and the covering of vacant shifts.

 

Requirements:

Experience of people with LD, autism and health needs is necessary. Also knowledge and experience of using care plans, medication administration, 1st aid, and supporting independent living skills is essential.
You will need to be a driver with a clean license over the age of 25 years.
A full programme of training will be offered to candidates who have the ability and enthusiasm to learn with a view to obtaining relevant QCF or equivalent vocational qualifications.

 

Benefits:

  • £17,000 per year salary
  • Excellent career progression opportunities (we promote from within whenever possible)
  • All mandatory training is provided
  • Care certificate qualification and a
  • NVQ level 2 in health and social care

Company Profile:

Upward Care provides care and support to people who have an assessed care and support need and may have but not limited to:

 

-          A learning disability

-          A mental health diagnosis

-          A physical disability

-          An autistic spectrum condition

-          An acquired brain injury

-          Sensory impairment

-          Dementia

 

We are sustainably growing and expanding company looking to recruit only the best employees to deliver an unrivalled high quality supported living and extra care service to people within their own homes.

 

APPLY NOW!

If you would like to be part of our team send us your CV with a covering letter by clicking the APPLY NOW link and we will get back to you within two working days!

  

 

 

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Support Worker

UPWARD CARE LIMITED

Birmingham, MID
1 day ago
Birmingham, MID
£17k - £17k Per Year
1 day ago
£17k - £17k Per Year

 

 

Job title:

Support Worker

Reports to:

Registered Manager

Do you have a caring nature? Are you looking to make a difference to people's lives? Do you want to work in an environment where no two days are the same? Are you flexible with your working hours? Can you see yourself providing care to adults who need your support? If you have answered a big YES to these questions, we would love to hear from you. We are looking for a Support Worker to join our care and support team in Birmingham, West Midlands.

Brief Job Description:

The Support Worker will support vulnerable people in their own homes providing support to individuals' in a person cantered way which includes various activities i.e.  shopping, managing own budgets, cooking, assisting with personal care and administering medication.

You will need to maintain care, support and management skills as detailed within the individual care plans and risk assessments. Record keeping and communication skills are essential to ensure effective teamwork to meet people’s needs. You will be required to undertake such training and development as necessary from time-to-time be develop your career.
Ideally you will have previous experience working within a residential care or supported living setting with vulnerable people and hold NVQ Level 2 in care or an equivalent qualification. However, applications from candidates with no experience who can demonstrate the caring qualities and values that we seek in our staff are welcome.

So, are you caring? Inspirational? Optimistic? And Ambitious? – These are easy words, but the real job of a support worker is the blend all this to enable our service users to lead a fulfilling, independent and as satisfying a life as they possibly can.
The Support Worker will have a responsibility to deliver our service in accordance with standards agreed with the Registered Manager, Registered Provider, relevant regulations, and in line with accepted best practice

Location:

Birmingham, West Midlands

 

Working Hours:

 

Nominally 40 hours per week, subject to achievement of goals and objectives and the covering of vacant shifts.

 

Requirements:

Experience is advantageous but not necessary. A full programme of training will be offered to candidates who have the ability and enthusiasm to learn with a view to obtaining relevant QCF or equivalent vocational qualifications.

 

Benefits:

  • £17,000 per year salary
  • Excellent career progression opportunities (we promote from within whenever possible)
  • All mandatory training is provided
  • Care certificate qualification and a
  • NVQ level 2 in health and social care

Company Profile:

Upward Care provides care and support to people who have an assessed care and support need and may have but not limited to:

 

-          A learning disability

-          A mental health diagnosis

-          A physical disability

-          An autistic spectrum condition

-          An acquired brain injury

-          Sensory impairment

-          Dementia

 

We are sustainably growing and expanding company looking to recruit only the best employees to deliver an unrivalled high quality supported living and extra care service to people within their own homes.

 

APPLY NOW!

If you would like to be part of our team send us your CV with a covering letter by clicking the APPLY NOW link and we will get back to you within two working days!

  

 

 

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Support Worker

UPWARD CARE LIMITED

Walsall, MID
Today
Walsall, MID
£17k - £17k Per Year
Today
£17k - £17k Per Year

 

 

Job title:

Support Worker - Experience with Autism

Reports to:

Registered Manager

Do you have a caring nature? Are you looking to make a difference to people's lives? Do you want to work in an environment where no two days are the same? Are you flexible with your working hours? Can you see yourself providing care to adults who need your support? If you have answered a big YES to these questions, we would love to hear from you.
We are looking for a Support Worker to join our care and support team in Walsall, West Midlands.

Brief Job Description:

The Support Worker will support vulnerable autistic people in their own homes providing support to individuals' in a person cantered way which includes various activities i.e.  shopping, managing own budgets, cooking, assisting with personal care and administering medication.

You will need to maintain care, support and management skills as detailed within the individual care plans and risk assessments. Record keeping and communication skills are essential to ensure effective teamwork to meet people’s needs. You will need to have professional or personal experience of people with autism.
You will be required to undertake such training and development as necessary from time-to-time be develop your career.

Ideally you will have previous experience working within a residential care or supported living setting with vulnerable people and hold NVQ Level 2 in care or an equivalent qualification. However, applications from candidates with no experience who can demonstrate the caring qualities and values that we seek in our staff are welcome.

So, are you caring? Inspirational? Optimistic? And Ambitious? – These are easy words, but the real job of a support worker is the blend all this to enable our service users to lead a fulfilling, independent and as satisfying a life as they possibly can.
The Support Worker will have a responsibility to deliver our service in accordance with standards agreed with the Registered Manager, Registered Provider, relevant regulations, and in line with accepted best practice.

Location:

Walsall, West Midlands

 

Working Hours:

 

Nominally 40 hours per week, subject to achievement of goals and objectives and the covering of vacant shifts.

 

Requirements:

Experience is advantageous but not necessary. A full programme of training will be offered to candidates who have the ability and enthusiasm to learn with a view to obtaining relevant QCF or equivalent vocational qualifications.

 

Benefits:

  • £17,000 per year salary
  • Excellent career progression opportunities (we promote from within whenever possible)
  • All mandatory training is provided
  • Care certificate qualification and a
  • NVQ level 2 in health and social care

Company Profile:

Upward Care provides care and support to people who have an assessed care and support need and may have but not limited to:

 

-          A learning disability

-          A mental health diagnosis

-          A physical disability

-          An autistic spectrum condition

-          An acquired brain injury

-          Sensory impairment

-          Dementia

 

We are sustainably growing and expanding company looking to recruit only the best employees to deliver an unrivalled high quality supported living and extra care service to people within their own homes.

 

APPLY NOW!

If you would like to be part of our team send us your CV with a covering letter by clicking the APPLY NOW link and we will get back to you within two working days!

  

 

 

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Male Support Worker

UPWARD CARE LIMITED

Walsall, MID
Today
Walsall, MID
£17k - £17k Per Year
Today
£17k - £17k Per Year

 

 

Job title:

Male Support Worker - Experience with Autism

Reports to:

Registered Manager

Do you have a caring nature? Are you looking to make a difference to people's lives? Do you want to work in an environment where no two days are the same? Are you flexible with your working hours? Can you see yourself providing care to adults who need your support? If you have answered a big YES to these questions, we would love to hear from you.
We are looking for a Male Support Worker to join our care and support team in Walsall, West Midlands.

Brief Job Description:

The Support Worker will support vulnerable autistic people in their own homes providing support to individuals' in a person cantered way which includes various activities i.e.  shopping, managing own budgets, cooking, assisting with personal care and administering medication.

You will need to maintain care, support and management skills as detailed within the individual care plans and risk assessments. Record keeping and communication skills are essential to ensure effective teamwork to meet people’s needs. You will need to have professional or personal experience of people with autism.
You will be required to undertake such training and development as necessary from time-to-time be develop your career.

Ideally you will have previous experience working within a residential care or supported living setting with vulnerable people and hold NVQ Level 2 in care or an equivalent qualification. However, applications from candidates with no experience who can demonstrate the caring qualities and values that we seek in our staff are welcome.

So, are you caring? Inspirational? Optimistic? And Ambitious? – These are easy words, but the real job of a support worker is the blend all this to enable our service users to lead a fulfilling, independent and as satisfying a life as they possibly can.
The Support Worker will have a responsibility to deliver our service in accordance with standards agreed with the Registered Manager, Registered Provider, relevant regulations, and in line with accepted best practice.

Location:

Walsall, West Midlands

 

Working Hours:

 

Nominally 40 hours per week, subject to achievement of goals and objectives and the covering of vacant shifts.

 

Requirements:

Experience is advantageous but not necessary. A full programme of training will be offered to candidates who have the ability and enthusiasm to learn with a view to obtaining relevant QCF or equivalent vocational qualifications.

 

Benefits:

  • £17,000 per year salary
  • Excellent career progression opportunities (we promote from within whenever possible)
  • All mandatory training is provided
  • Care certificate qualification and a
  • NVQ level 2 in health and social care

Company Profile:

Upward Care provides care and support to people who have an assessed care and support need and may have but not limited to:

 

-          A learning disability

-          A mental health diagnosis

-          A physical disability

-          An autistic spectrum condition

-          An acquired brain injury

-          Sensory impairment

-          Dementia

 

We are sustainably growing and expanding company looking to recruit only the best employees to deliver an unrivalled high quality supported living and extra care service to people within their own homes.

 

APPLY NOW!

If you would like to be part of our team send us your CV with a covering letter by clicking the APPLY NOW link and we will get back to you within two working days!

  

 

 

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Senior Childrens Residential Support Worker

Randstad Care

Wombourne, MID
6 days ago
Wombourne, MID
£9.25 - £9.75 Per Hour
6 days ago
£9.25 - £9.75 Per Hour

Are you a qualified and experienced senior children's residential support worker who is looking for an exciting new challenge? Do you enjoy working in a therapeutic environment? We are currently seeking a senior support worker . An hourly rate of £9.25-£9.75 per hour is being offered, depending on experience and a qualification, sleeping in is paid at an hourly rate and overtime is offered
The roles are at a residential home that is in 5 acres of ground in a beautiful location in South Staffordshire and is within a commutable distance from Dudley, Wolverhampton, Cannock, Stourbridge, Telford and Shrewsbury. You would be part of a highly skilled provision that is led by a clinical psychologist and a very experienced registered manager. The home offers therapeutic care and support to children and young people aged 8-18, you will be expected to be involved in a variety of therapeutic activities and support the delivery and psychologically informed interventions.
The successful candidate will be responsible for
* Supporting, engaging and educating in day-to-day activities which are based around developing the children's and young people's emotional and social needs.
* Leading and supporting a team of residential support workers, offering advice, guidance and support
* Delivering a developmental psychological approach
* To work within a range of therapeutic models, directed by the Clinical Director (Consultant Clinical Psychologist), to promote positive attachments and help children regulate their extreme emotional expression and also help develop their resilience and self-esteem
* Reporting and recording key aspects of care and developing your professional skills of child development, trauma informed care, and psychological interventions
* Be supported in understanding how to manage complex behaviour that can be challenging and understand the psychological principles underlying behaviour
For this exciting but challenging role the ideal candidate must
* Hold an equivalent qualification to the Level 3 Diploma for Residential Child Care
* Have experience of working as a senior support worker in a children's residential home and have the capacity to be able to lead and support a team of residential support workers
* Be enthusiastic, committed and motivated to make a difference in raising the standards of care
* An interest in psychology and a desire to learn and implement psychologically informed care (Psychology degree)
* Ability to provide consistent and structured approach to the care and support you provide
* Able to work independently and as part of a team
If you feel you are the ideal person for this role and are committed to making a difference to the lives of children and young people please forward your CV to myself.
I have 16 years' experience of recruiting quality candidates, building long-standing relationships with clients and candidates. I have extensive knowledge of the clients I work with and an understanding of the young people they support to ensure the right candidate match for the service. If this role does not sound quite right for you but you have experience of working with children and young people in residential care please get in touch to see how I may be able to support you.
Randstad Care acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad Care is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.
Did you know that Randstad Care have been awarded a place on the National Clinical Staffing Framework for the NHS? This means we will be able to bring you more opportunities within nursing & midwifery and clinical staffing.
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Senior Childrens Residential Support Worker

Randstad Care

Wombourne, MID
5 days ago
Wombourne, MID
£9.25 - £9.75 Per Hour
5 days ago
£9.25 - £9.75 Per Hour

Are you a qualified and experienced senior children's residential support worker who is looking for an exciting new challenge? Do you enjoy working in a therapeutic environment? We are currently seeking a senior support worker . An hourly rate of £9.25-£9.75 per hour is being offered, depending on experience and a qualification, sleeping in is paid at an hourly rate and overtime is offered
The roles are at a residential home that is in 5 acres of ground in a beautiful location in South Staffordshire and is within a commutable distance from Dudley, Wolverhampton, Cannock, Stourbridge, Telford and Shrewsbury. You would be part of a highly skilled provision that is led by a clinical psychologist and a very experienced registered manager. The home offers therapeutic care and support to children and young people aged 8-18, you will be expected to be involved in a variety of therapeutic activities and support the delivery and psychologically informed interventions.
The successful candidate will be responsible for
* Supporting, engaging and educating in day-to-day activities which are based around developing the children's and young people's emotional and social needs.
* Leading and supporting a team of residential support workers, offering advice, guidance and support
* Delivering a developmental psychological approach
* To work within a range of therapeutic models, directed by the Clinical Director (Consultant Clinical Psychologist), to promote positive attachments and help children regulate their extreme emotional expression and also help develop their resilience and self-esteem
* Reporting and recording key aspects of care and developing your professional skills of child development, trauma informed care, and psychological interventions
* Be supported in understanding how to manage complex behaviour that can be challenging and understand the psychological principles underlying behaviour
For this exciting but challenging role the ideal candidate must
* Hold an equivalent qualification to the Level 3 Diploma for Residential Child Care
* Have experience of working as a senior support worker in a children's residential home and have the capacity to be able to lead and support a team of residential support workers
* Be enthusiastic, committed and motivated to make a difference in raising the standards of care
* An interest in psychology and a desire to learn and implement psychologically informed care (Psychology degree)
* Ability to provide consistent and structured approach to the care and support you provide
* Able to work independently and as part of a team
If you feel you are the ideal person for this role and are committed to making a difference to the lives of children and young people please forward your CV to myself.
I have 16 years' experience of recruiting quality candidates, building long-standing relationships with clients and candidates. I have extensive knowledge of the clients I work with and an understanding of the young people they support to ensure the right candidate match for the service. If this role does not sound quite right for you but you have experience of working with children and young people in residential care please get in touch to see how I may be able to support you.

Randstad Care acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad Care is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.

Did you know that Randstad Care have been awarded a place on the National Clinical Staffing Framework for the NHS? This means we will be able to bring you more opportunities within nursing & midwifery and clinical staffing.

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Support Workers– Residential Home – Dudley

St Christopher's Fellowship

Dudley
25 days ago
Dudley
25 days ago

Young People 11 - 18 years’ old

Salary £19,974.77 to £20,721.16, depending on qualifications and experience, rising incrementally to £23,030.02 based on performance

Dudley, West Midlands

40 hours per week, shift and weekend work

About Us

Our vision is for every child and young person to be safe, loved and happy, to achieve their potential and have a bright future.

St Christopher's is a leading charity for children and young people and we are proud of our history for providing children’s homes, fostering and a range of innovative leaving care services across the UK & Isle of Man.  We have a passionate commitment to our children and young people, placing them at the centre of everything we do.  We provide positive life experiences for our children and young

At St Christopher`s we provide more than just a job in residential care. We offer an industry leading training programme, access to qualifications, with a range of employee benefits and of course wider career progression.

We are an equal opportunity employer and keen to develop an inclusive workforce were people feel they belong.  We hope to attract application from under- represented groups including people from different cultures, nationalities, socio economic backgrounds, ages, disabilities, religion, faith, sex, orientation, child care responsibilities and with gender diverse identities.

About the Role

Our Children's Home in Dudley is a solo provision designed to meet the needs of children with Complex emotional and behavioural difficulties.

As a Support worker of a solo provision, you will be expected to lone work and the home will offer a staffing ratio of 1 staff to 1 child. You will be involved in the direct day to day support of young people aged 11 to 18 years of age joining in with activities, coaching on life skills, helping with homework and being a positive role model. You will also complete detailed records, write reports and assist with the general upkeep of the home. 

We aim to improve young people’s self-esteem so they believe in themselves and feel confident enough to reach for their dreams.

Benefits of working in a solo provision

  • Rewarding nature of being able to provide one-to-one, personalised care and support to the child
  • The opportunity that lone working provides to build and sustain relationships with the children you care for and look after
  • Staff to seek to provide a positive and unique solo living experience, children to develop relationships, build and develop social skills and enable the child to feel empowered and feel included within the wider community.

Applicants should have:

  • Professional Qualification Diploma Level 3 for Residential Childcare or equivalent.
  • Two years’ experience working with children and young people preferably in a residential setting.
  • An understanding of the regulatory framework relating to the provision of residential services for children and young people.
  • Good understanding of the needs and risks regarding children in care
  • Ability to build genuine and trusting relationships with children and young people maintaining at all times high personal and professional standards.
  • Excellent communication and team working skills.
  • Flexibility to work shifts including evenings, weekends and Bank Holidays, and to participate in sleep ins.

In return we offer:

  • Salary of £19,974.77 to £20,721.16, depending on qualifications and experience, rising incrementally to £23,030.02 based on performance
  • A friendly working environment, a fun, open and honest culture.
  • 25 days holiday rising to 27 days after 3 years’ service, plus Bank Holidays, pro-rata.
  • Industry Leading training programme including access to level 3 qualifications, children’s right and participation, CSE, empowerment, mental health and Social Pedagogy,
  • Contributory pension scheme, Enhanced Maternity and Company Sick Scheme.
  • BUPA Employee Assistance Programme, offering counselling, financial advice and legal support.
  • Interest-free season ticket loan, cycle to work scheme.
  • Discount shopping scheme at hundreds of retailers across the UK.
  • Discretionary Funded Training Programs.
  • Employee Awards based on performance and length of service.
  • Fantastic opportunities to develop your career within our range of services. 84% of all our Team Leaders, Deputies and Managers are internal promotions. 

Recruitment Process

At St Christopher’s we are committed to the safeguarding of all children and young people in our care. During the recruitment process you will be expected to complete an online application form to ensure we capture essential information to meet legislation, best practice and vetting requirements.

Applicants will ideally already be on the DBS Update Service; if this is not the case St Christopher's will carry out a DBS (police) check prior to starting.

Your online application must include a supporting statement addressing the criteria stated in the Person Specification. For more information or assistance during the application process, please visit our website.

First Interview date: 18th February 2021

Second Interview Date: 24th February 2021

We advise to apply as soon as possible as applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis and this opportunity might be filled before the stated closing date.

St Christopher’s Fellowship has a minimum age requirement of 21 for roles working directly with children and young people in our residential and semi-independent Homes.

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Support Worker

FitzRoy

Coventry, MID
Today
Coventry, MID
Today

FitzRoy Residential Supportin Coventryprovides care and support for adults with learning disabilities and autism. We provide support to residents with learning & physical disabilities in a residential setting, and personal care is required for the people we support.

We are seeking exceptional new support workers to join our friendly team – could this be you?

Vacancies available:

  • 15 hour and 18 hour post available
  • Set day rate of £8.89ph
  • Earlies (8am-3:30pm) and late shifts (2:30-10pm)
  • Sleep-ins may be required (at £45 flat rate)
  • Lone work is a possibility and weekend work required

The role requires flexibility and willingness to cover a variety of shift patterns. You do not need experience in care, nor do we require qualifications - we will invest in your development and training to become an exceptional care worker. The role requires good verbal and written communication skills

We are keen to find people who share our values:

  • We see the person- encourage choice and respect the opinions, beliefs and dignity of others. Treat people as equals, be thoughtful, discreet and maintain confidentiality
  • We are creative- encourage and support everyone to reach their goals, think of solutions to problems and actively involve people in every aspect of their lives
  • We are brave-be positive, embrace new ideas, experiences and challenges. Be genuine, honest and a voice for others.

A support worker’s day is varied and flexibility is required.

You will be providing care and support individually tailored to the needs and wishes of people with learning disabilities. Through getting toknow the people you support, you will identify and work with them to achieve their goals, enabling them to have choice and control over their lives. You will also be expected to carry out everyday tasks including support and encouragement with personal care as well as taking part in a range of interests and activities that make up a healthy, well balanced and fulfilling lifestyle.

Support Worker Benefits:

28 days holiday inc Bank Holidays – increasing with service

Free membership of our Health Cash Back Scheme for you and your family – claim back money on services such as Dental, Optical, Chiropractor and many more

An Employee Assistance programme which includes virtual GPs, Legal advice and more

Paid DBS certificate

Enhanced overtime payments

Loyalty awards and life assurance

Perkbox shopping discounts

Interested?Click apply to complete our short online application form

Salary

£17k - £17k Per Year

Job Type

full-time

Posted

Today

Description

 

 

Job title:

Support Worker

Reports to:

Registered Manager

Do you have a caring nature? Are you looking to make a difference to people's lives? Do you want to work in an environment where no two days are the same? Are you flexible with your working hours? Can you see yourself providing care to adults who need your support? If you have answered a big YES to these questions, we would love to hear from you.
We are looking for a Support Worker to join our care and support team in Walsall, West Midlands.

Brief Job Description:
The Support Worker will support vulnerable people in their own homes providing support to individuals' in a person cantered way which includes various activities i.e.  shopping, managing own budgets, cooking, assisting with personal care and administering medication.

You will need to maintain care, support and management skills as detailed within the individual care plans and risk assessments. Record keeping and communication skills are essential to ensure effective teamwork to meet people’s needs. You will be required to undertake such training and development as necessary from time-to-time be develop your career.

Ideally you will have previous experience working within a residential care or supported living setting with vulnerable people and hold NVQ Level 2 in care or an equivalent qualification. However, applications from candidates with no experience who can demonstrate the caring qualities and values that we seek in our staff are welcome.

So, are you caring? Inspirational? Optimistic? And Ambitious? – These are easy words, but the real job of a support worker is the blend all this to enable our service users to lead a fulfilling, independent and as satisfying a life as they possibly can.

The Support Worker will have a responsibility to deliver our service in accordance with standards agreed with the Registered Manager, Registered Provider, relevant regulations, and in line with accepted best practice.

Location:

South Birmingham, West Midlands

 

Working Hours:

 

Nominally 40 hours per week, subject to achievement of goals and objectives and the covering of vacant shifts.

 

Requirements:

Experience of people with LD, autism and health needs is necessary. Also knowledge and experience of using care plans, medication administration, 1st aid, and supporting independent living skills is essential.
You will need to be a driver with a clean license over the age of 25 years.
A full programme of training will be offered to candidates who have the ability and enthusiasm to learn with a view to obtaining relevant QCF or equivalent vocational qualifications.

 

Benefits:

  • £17,000 per year salary
  • Excellent career progression opportunities (we promote from within whenever possible)
  • All mandatory training is provided
  • Care certificate qualification and a
  • NVQ level 2 in health and social care

Company Profile:

Upward Care provides care and support to people who have an assessed care and support need and may have but not limited to:

 

-          A learning disability

-          A mental health diagnosis

-          A physical disability

-          An autistic spectrum condition

-          An acquired brain injury

-          Sensory impairment

-          Dementia

 

We are sustainably growing and expanding company looking to recruit only the best employees to deliver an unrivalled high quality supported living and extra care service to people within their own homes.

 

APPLY NOW!

If you would like to be part of our team send us your CV with a covering letter by clicking the APPLY NOW link and we will get back to you within two working days!