Support Workers - Guaranteed Interviews
Job Title: Full time, Part time and Relief Support Workers - Bracknell & Sandhurst- Guaranteed Interviews
Interview Date: 17/11/2014
Closing Date: 18/11/2014
Salary: £7.91 - £8.15 per Hour. Up to £20,290 per Annum
Employment type: Permanent
Hours per Week: Various Available
Job Reference: SWT-002594
Do you want variety and fulfillment from your job? Would you like no two days to be the same? Would you like to get paid to do the things you enjoy?
Working as a Support Worker with our client can not only offer you that, but also extensive accredited training, comprehensive induction and genuine opportunities for career progression. Whether you have previously worked within Health and Social Care as a Support Worker or Care Assistant or are looking for a complete change of career, they believe that everyone has something to offer the people they support and believe that life skills, the right attitude and genuine desire to help people improve their lives are the most important characteristic of a Support Worker.
They have full time, part time and relief positions available within the Bracknell and Sandhurst and will offer you a guaranteed interview for you to find out more about whether this is the right career choice for you! Are you ready for the challenge?
What would working as a Support Worker involve?
• If you work within one of their Supported Living Services providing 24/7 care – you will be rota'd either as part of a team or on a one to one basis typically 7 hour shifts - early, late, sleep ins or waking nights – a full drivers license is an advantage but is not essential in every service (dependent on location).
• If you work within their Community Support Services – you will be working on a one to one basis visiting a number of people, typically 1 to 2 hours with each person but this varies depending on the needs of the person supported - car owners with business insurance is essential.
• Providing person centred active support to adults with learning disabilities, autism, dementia, anxiety or sensory needs.
• Some services require hoisting and pushing of wheelchairs and a varying degree of supporting individuals with personal care.
• Supporting people to develop life skills such as cooking, cleaning, shopping, finances, accessing education or work opportunities, support to medical appointments, trips to the cinema, theater, day trips, bingo, sports.
• They have a range of positions and will work to match you to the appropriate service for you and the people they support.
In return they can offer you a range of benefits including excellent training and opportunities for future development, access to an occupational pension scheme, up to 28 days annual leave entitlement, sick pay and confidential counselling service and discounts on high street shopping through their Rewarding Scheme.
When you fill in the application form they will ask if you have a disability to make sure the application process is fair to people who have a disability.
They will interview any person who declares they have a disability who meets the essential criteria for the job they are applying for. The essential criteria are the most important things needed to be able to do the job.
Please apply online with your CV and covering letter.
Please check your email for confirmation that your application has been received and to follow further instructions if applicable.