November 2018

Support Worker – St Albans

SALARY: £9.41 per hour

We are recruiting for a part time Support Worker to work with a man who has a mild learning disability, Autism and mental health needs living in his own home in St Albans. You will be working as part of an established team covering varied shifts including late, early, middle shifts and weekends, however this particular role does not require sleep-ins.

He is looking for someone to join his team who shares similar interests such as football, cooking, visiting charity shops and drawing as well as having a positive attitude and an encouraging nature.

A key part of the support workers role is to understand the person you are supporting, which will include providing practical and emotional support.

If you can demonstrate the following then please get in touch:-

  • A commitment to empowering people and working closely with her family
  • Ability to remain calm in difficult situations
  • Self-direction, confidence and the ability to take responsibility
  • A positive and compassionate nature
  • Able to work flexibly

Experience would be an advantage but full training and induction will be given.

To apply for this role, please complete the form below:

Zoe KimbleSupport Worker – St Albans
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Support Worker – Watford

SALARY: £18,400.00 PER ANNUM (pro rata) + £69.37 per sleep in

We are recruiting for a full/part time Support Worker for a lady with a learning disability and cerebral palsy who lives in her own home in Watford. The person you will be supporting enjoys going bowling, attending the gym where she uses the toning tables and swimming pool, as well as days out such as visits to the zoo. She also enjoys home activities; baking, watching films and is a keen knitter. Personal care will be required around toileting and bathing.

A key part of the support workers role is to understand the person you are supporting, which will include providing practical and emotional support.

If you can demonstrate the following then please get in touch:-

  • A commitment to empowering people and working closely with her family
  • Ability to remain calm in difficult situations
  • Car driver essential
  • Confidence and the ability to take responsibility
  • Able to work shifts, including mornings, evenings, weekends and sleep-ins

Experience would be an advantage but full training and induction will be given.

To apply for this role, please complete the form below:

Zoe KimbleSupport Worker – Watford
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Support Worker – Watford

SALARY: £18,400.00 PER ANNUM (pro rata) + £69.37 per sleep in

We are recruiting for a full/part time Support Worker to work in a 2:1 service supporting a man who lives in his own home in Watford who has a learning disability, autism and epilepsy. The person you will be supporting enjoys being out and about in the community, has interests in Anime, Marvel and Disney and loves going to the cinema, as well as going to car boot sales and shopping in town.

A key part of the support workers role is to understand the person you are supporting, which will include providing practical and emotional support.

If you can demonstrate the following then please get in touch:-

  • A commitment to empowering people and working closely with her family
  • Ability to remain calm in difficult situations
  • Car driver essential
  • Confidence and the ability to take responsibility
  • Able to work shifts, including mornings, evenings, weekends and sleep-ins

Experience would be an advantage but full training and induction will be given.

To apply for this role, please complete the form below:

Zoe KimbleSupport Worker – Watford
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Lead Support Worker, Watford

SALARY: £21,000.00 PER ANNUM

We are recruiting for a full time Lead Support Worker for a man with a learning disability, autism and epilepsy who lives in his own home in Watford.  This is a 2:1 service and the gentleman enjoys being out and about in the community, has interests in Anime, Marvel and Disney and loves the cinema, as well as going to car boot sales and shopping in town.

A key part of the role is to understand the person you are supporting, which will include providing practical and emotional support.

The Lead Support worker will assist the Locality Manager by working on shift providing good day to day support of the staff team as well as assisting the staff to deliver excellent person centred support via supervisions, positive role modelling, team meetings, observations and their own consistent 1:1 support.

Applicants must be able to demonstrate the following personal qualities and skills:

  • Drive and passion
  • Patience, confidence and integrity
  • Ability to motivate and foster good relationships amongst the staff team
  • Effective communication skills and to be able to get on with a wide range of people
  • To be able to undertake some administrative tasks in a timely and organised manner
  • The ability to be consistent and follow agreements, the support plan and policy at all times
  • The ability to identify risks and communicate concerns appropriately
  • Able to work flexibly, including weekends, evenings and sleep-ins
  • Able to participate in the 1st Level on-call system over set weekends

Minimum of 1 years’ experience of providing person centred support to people with learning difficulties and/or Autism.

To apply for this role, please complete the form below:

Zoe KimbleLead Support Worker, Watford
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Trekking the Grand Canyon

Daniel will be fulfilling one of his life goals next September with a trek to the Grand Canyon, and at the same time raising money for the National Autistic Society.  Please take a moment to follow the link to Daniel’s JustGiving page to read his story. Any donations, no matter how small are most welcome.

https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/danieltrekforautism2019

 

Zoe KimbleTrekking the Grand Canyon
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