Job Title: Female Support Worker
Voyage Care are currently recruiting for Support Workers to work in supported living service in Middleton
As a Support Worker you would be supporting individuals with autism and learning disabilities to do a range of different tasks and activities. This could include going swimming, to the cinema, shopping, baking, attending discos, going for meals, supporting with personal care, finances and attending health appointments.
It is a shift based role, flexibility is essential. The flexibility around your working patterns can include flexible working agreements to accommodate your own personal circumstance. All requests will need to be around the needs of the scheme. Successful candidates will need to undertake sleep ins and be able to work split shift patterns. Some of the support provided will be either on a one to basis or 2 to 4 basis within their home.
Your duties will also include:
We offer a great range of benefits which include:-
1. Paid DBS & Holidays
The individuals we support enjoy a lot of community access, so confidence in lone working is essential. We are therefore looking for Support Workers with previous experience who can hit the ground running. However we will still provide a full training programme that is specific to the needs of the individuals we support.
You'll join the team working on a rota that includes early, late, weekend, night and Bank Holiday shifts.
This is a fantastic opportunity to be part of a motivated and determined team. So make a great career move.
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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.
* 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