Wake Night support workers
From £9.28 per hour + £1 rural supplement
pay rates will also attract a £1 per hour complex rural premium allowance on top of the hourly rate
PREES, NR WHITCHURCH
This is a fairly new service for a lady in her early 30’s who lives in her own bungalow, with 2:1 support.
She enjoys crafts, meals out, shopping, computers, chatting, cooking, going for walks, swimming, listening to music and being part of her community. She is a people person and enjoys company, friendship and contact with her family and she needs to know that those around her will keep her safe, where possible, as this can create anxiety for her.
This Supported Living service requires a Waking Night worker in a small rural village in Prees, near Whitchurch, we will require you to as part of the team and provide high quality support to this lady who has learning disabilities and Mental Health issues.
We are keen to employ people who want to make a difference to people’s lives, go that extra mile, share their hobbies and interests and want to understand the causes and triggers of difficult situations with a view to helping the person improve their quality of life. If you are passionate and compassionate and want a job that is so much more than a job then please apply.
So if you have what we are looking for, if you want to commit and make a difference to some of the most vulnerable people in society and you want to work for an organisation that values its’ workforce, then call 01743 272880.
Bethphage is a registered charity which was established in 1994 and provides support to adults with learning and physical Disabilities in Shropshire and the West Midlands.
Everything we do is individually designed to enable people to achieve their potential and meet their objectives and need for support. The people that we support may live in their own home, a home that is shared with other people, their family home or a shared care home.
It is the aim of Bethphage to provide outstanding care and support throughout the organisation so it essential that you will be dedicated to providing the highest levels of care that you can.
- To assist in meeting the physical, social, psychological and spiritual needs of the person
- To maintain written records as required by the manager
- To undertake necessary domestic duties
- To attend and participate in induction and training programmes
- To carry out reasonable duties as requested by the manager
Benefits of Working for us
- Competitive pay
- Simply Health cash plan
- Long service rewards
- Contributory Pension Scheme
- Development opportunities
- Recruitment awards
- Paid enhanced DBS certificate
- Paid training
- Be compassionate, dedicated and understanding
- Own car
- Level 2 qualification
- Level 3 qualification
- Previous experience in working with people with learning disabilities and mental health issues.
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