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Care Support Worker

Entry-level at EasyWeb Group

Care Support Worker

Entry-level at EasyWeb Group

  • LocationSouthampton, UK
  • Position levelEntry-level
  • Job period iconFull-time employment
  • Application deadline iconApply by 06 Jan, 2019
  • Application deadline iconPosted on 07 Nov, 2018
  • Start date iconStart date:
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  • Competitive£ 19,000.0 per year
Job Description

Care Support Worker

As the leading autism focused organisation in the region, our client is proud to deliver quality services designed to meet the needs of families, young people and adults with autism.

Position: Care Support Worker (Nights or Days)
Location: Southampton areas (SO15 5, SO16 5, SO16 7, SO18 1, SO19 4, SO30 3), Hampshire
Job type: Full Time, Part Time, Flexible Permanent or As and when
Hours: Full / Part Time
Salary: Up to £19,000 per annum dependent on skills and qualifications in potential earnings including overtime
Benefits: Up to 27 days leave, occupational sick pay, birthday leave, pension, employee awards and recognition

About the role:

Are you inspiring, committed, motivated and flexible in attitude, of warm personality with a calming compassionate approach?

They have fantastic opportunities for Full and Part time Support Workers to play a key part in assisting the adults they support within the community and residential settings. Their Support is delivered in ways that promote and empower individuals to develop life skills that enable a greater independence and personal choice.

About you:

Your approach will be person-centred with the ability to calmly manage challenging situations, demonstrate empathy with others and adapt easily to change. The full-time posts work to a shift rota pattern including early mornings, evenings, weekends, sleep-ins and bank holiday. They also have part-time flexible hours available for example to suit the school run or students wishing to earn during the evening or weekend.

Due to the physical and vulnerable nature of the people they serve and the need to support individuals safely this role can be both physically and emotionally demanding. However, they consider that the enormous rewards and satisfaction of supporting people to achieve their goals outweigh such demands.

Experience of autism, learning disabilities, non-verbal communication and working with challenging behaviours is desirable; however, our client provides a superb comprehensive mandatory training programme to all staff which supports their knowledge and development of essential skills to do a good job.

They will support you in achieving the Care Certificate and Health and Social Care qualifications via apprenticeships.

A Driving License is desirable.

You may have experience of the following: Support Worker, Care Worker, Care Assistant, Healthcare Assistant, Residential Support Worker, Supported Living Worker, Charity, Third Sector, NFP, Not for Profit, Autism, Learning Disabilities, Challenging Behaviour, Supported Living, etc.

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