As a Support Worker you will provide excellent care, to ensure the well-being, development and comfort of the people we support. You will be involved in supporting the daily activities of the people we support in our residential homes and within the community. The activities are person-centred; promoting their dignity, independence and well-being. You will also provide focused support to assist people with individual tasks and personal care needs.
We operate a number of services – some are complex and require an extensive level of support, others are to mentor the people we support in becoming more independent and help them manage their social activities more effectively.
A Support Worker will be expected to work 37.5 hours a week; shift patterns will vary and you will be required to work weekends and nights on a rota basis.
You will need to be flexible in you location of work as you could be situated in any of the 12 projects across the company; however, we will try and place you as close to your home location as possible.