Voyage Care is seeking outstanding Bank Support Workers, who will be assisting the People we Support with Autism Spectrum Disorder, Complex Behaviour and Learning Disabilities, at a Residential Service in Blandford St Mary.
Benefits for Voyage Care Support Workers include:
Bank Support Workers will be working in a Residential Service with 7 People we Support who have a variety of conditions including Autism Spectrum Disorder, Complex Behaviour and Learning Disabilities.
Bank Support Workers will assist the People we Support in all aspects of their life that they need assistance. Support will include (but not be limited to):
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of the people we support. We are an equal opportunities employer.
Prior experience in a health or social care setting, working with individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder, and Complex Behaviour, is advantageous but not essential as Voyage Care provide full, ongoing training to all Bank Support Workers.
Due to the location of this service it is desirable that Bank Support Workers hold a full driving licence and have access to a vehicle. Bank Support Workers with a full driving license will be able to assist the People we Support to access the community with house/mobility cars**.
Bank Support Workers will be required a mixture of early, late, long day and night shifts.
Please note that Bank Support Workers may be asked to work weekend shifts and shifts on public holidays.
Voyage Care ask that all Bank Support Workers:
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We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of the people we support. All successful candidates will be subject to an Enhanced DBS/PVG check and Regulated Activity which will include a check against the Barred adult list.
*On successful completion of probation
**Subject to all legal terms and conditions being met
Some of our roles require male or female employees only, where this is indicated it is a genuine occupational requirement, in accordance with the Equality Act 2010