There are many ways to get involved and be part of our team.

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SUPPORT WORKERS REQUIRED

DO YOU SEE CARE AS A VOCATION, NOT A JOB?

Are you a Fun, Flexible, Friendly person who is willing to provide support and enrich young adults’ lives, from age 16 to 30 with learning disabilities, helping them live life to the full?

 We are looking for either full time or part time Support Workers to join our friendly team

  

 

What we can offer you

  • 28 days paid holiday (including Bank holidays)
  • DBS paid for by us
  • Free comprehensive ongoing training (including Care Certificate)
  • Total Earnings Pension Scheme (with Employer Matched contributions)
  • Free Employee Assistance Programme
  • £100 recommend a friend incentive scheme for employees
  • Additional Pay for Sleep ins
  • Earnings of £18,028 – £20,778.00 (based on a full-time contract + 1 sleep in a week)

In Return we expect you to support our staff values of:

  • Unity (to be able to learn from each other, leaving room for initiative
  • Respect (Work in a professional manner and actively listen)
  • Courage (Challenge others and offer praise)
  • Integrity (take feedback to improve performance. Be open in our interactions with each other)
  • Equality (Treat each other fairly, allowing opportunities for all)

 Duties will include:

  • Supporting young people and adults with complex learning disabilities
  • Being positive and having a can-do attitude
  • Working some weekends, evenings, and sleep-in duties on a rota basis
  • Full or part time hours available

 

 

 

 

 

 

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WAKING NIGHT SUPPORT WORKER REQUIRED

 

 Do you have a patient and calming nature with plenty of enthusiasm and dedication.

We are looking for a part time Waking Night Support worker to join our busy team.

Each person that uses our service requires varying degrees of support which will include support with personal care.

Starting Salary £13,930 pa dependent on experience and any qualifications.

What we can offer you

  • 28 days paid holiday (including Bank holidays) (pro rata)
  • DBS paid for by us
  • Free comprehensive ongoing training (including Care Certificate)
  • Total Earnings Pension Scheme (with Employer Matched contributions)
  • Free Employee Assistance Programme
  • £100 recommend a friend incentive scheme for employeesWhat we expect in return
  • 20 hours per week 21.30 – 07.30 (2 nights Friday and Saturday)
  • Occasional additional nights may be needed
  • Must be available for Team Days (Monday – one a month) and any training days.
  • Experience dealing with medication, Gastrostomy feeding (Peg), Epilepsy/Buccal administration
  • Experience working with young people with learning disabilities would be desirable
  • Unity (to be able to learn from each other, leaving room for initiative
  • Respect (Work in a professional manner and actively listen)
  • Courage (Challenge others and offer praise)
  • Integrity (take feedback to improve performance. Be open in our interactions with each other)
  • Equality (Treat each other fairly, allowing opportunities for all)

 

 

 

Volunteers

Our team of caring volunteers who freely give their time are a great asset to the Centre.  We rely on their endless help with maintenance, gardening, washing the minibus and more.  Volunteers do not work with young people directly, as a core group of long serving volunteers provide specialist care.

Fundraising

The team always welcome additional support to raise funds to continue the incredible support we give families.