Are you passionate about providing exceptional care and emotional support to help others achieve their goals and aspirations? Do you want to develop your career with a forward thinking organisation who offer flexible working and career development?
Our client has accommodation for 30 residents who need nursing or personal care for a range of physical and psychological conditions based in Swanton Novers (NR24), this may include people detained under the Mental Health Act. As a values based organisation, their Ethos is to ensure that every moment matters through enabling the people they support to feel empowered, safe and a valued member of their community.
Location: Swanton Novers, Norfolk (commutable from Fakenham and Holt)
Hours: Full time, part time and bank hours available
Salary: £8.58p/h (day or night shifts and overtime available)
Benefits: Full induction process, outstanding training opportunities, development and career progression, opportunities to gain recognised qualifications, free DBS screening, flexible working, £400 refer a friend scheme
The role also offers fantastic flexibility and rewards, as well as innovative ways of working to fit your lifestyle!
About the Role of Support Worker:
The role of Support Worker is incredibly rewarding, you will provide practical assistance and emotional support to the people we support enabling them to achieve their goals and aspirations. By promoting social inclusion; opening doors to opportunities and experiences, you will enhance lives and create new and unique adventures.
Staff are at the heart of everything they do and as a member of the team you will go through a full induction process and work to a clear development plan with support and guidance provided, to achieve relevant qualifications. Additionally, appraisals and ongoing assessments will ensure outstanding learning and development opportunities.
As a Support Worker previous experience is preferred but not necessary, however, you will be a dedicated and empathic person who is able to not only provide physical care, but also offer emotional support to help people to reach their maximum independence in a safe and positive living environment. You will be able to demonstrate the right attitude and commitment to their ethos and show empathy and sensitivity to the needs of others.
You will have excellent communication skills and be able to work effectively as part of a team and be able to learn and undertake the essential training that is required for the role.
Due to the rural location of this role you will need access to a vehicle for work purposes.
Whilst experience is not essential as full training will be provided we very much welcome previous experience working as Home Carer, Care Worker, Health Care Assistant, Support Worker, Nurses, Social Care Worker, Care Assistant, Mental Health Care Worker, Voluntary Worker.