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Diocese of Guildford
Guildford, Surrey
£29,000 (full time equivalent) per year
We need someone with a desire to contribute to the education and training for Ministry and the development of vocations (lay and ordained)
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London, Greater London
£18,564 per year pro-rata
Permanent, Part-time, 18 hours per week - 3 days per week
Job description

The role

You will work across our community and social inclusion projects, taking a lead on supporting our students (adults with learning disabilities and/or autism) to achieve their goals. You’ll work as part of a small team to support the delivery of outdoor and community based activities and provide 1-1 support to students to ensure full inclusivity and enjoyment by everyone. You will enable students to develop their skills, be able to better manage new or challenging social situations and live healthier and more fulfilled lives. You will also provide some basic administration support.

Who we are looking for

Our ideal candidate would have experience of working within a social care, health or support worker role, with adults with learning disabilities and autism. You’ll have a strong commitment to the inclusion of disabled people in all aspects of life. You’ll take a collaborative and empowering approach, working with clients, partners and volunteers to facilitate person centred community and outdoor activities. You’ll enjoy being out and about outdoors and you’ll need to be an energetic people person. You’ll be flexible and able to follow instructions whilst being able to use your initiative to problem solve and think on your feet.

About us

At Share, we’re passionate about supporting disabled people to set their own goals for learning and life, and then helping them to achieve their aspirations. The majority of our students are people with learning disabilities and/or autism. We offer a range of training, employment, personal development, and leisure opportunities. Our focus is on social and economic inclusion of disabled people in the community through supporting them to be more independent, have better health and wellbeing, and move towards employment.

Job Description

  • Work flexibly to support our students to access community based activities and projects, occasionally supporting our other projects at Share.
  • Provide one to one support for students who may have more complex needs
  • Occasionally step in to deliver sessions in the absence of the facilitator
  • Support the running of community based activities ensuring they run smoothly, students enjoy their day and stay safe throughout
  • Work as part of a team, taking a lead on supporting and ensuring that each individual student is achieving their goals and are being supported to access progression opportunities.
  • Support the Wellbeing team with providing pastoral support to students as and when required
  • Provide some administration support to our community based services such as preparing for activities, data inputting and evidence gathering for portfolios
  • Promote effective communication and relationships amongst students and to be aware of communication and personality differences
  • Monitor nd record project and student activities using various digital media such as photos and videos, and communicate progress at agreed intervals to support networks
  • Produce case studies to demonstrate the impact of our work
  • Work in a way that celebrates diversity and values each student and their choices
  • To undertake any training that may be required in order to fulfil the role as effectively as possible including courses to update knowledge in best practice in autism, Safeguarding of Vulnerable Adults, Makaton and Basic Food Hygiene.
  • To attend and take part in Share staff meetings, supervisions, organisational events and external events as required.
  • To undertake any other tasks as may reasonably be required.

Full person specification available on our website. 

We particularly welcome applications from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) candidates, who are currently under represented at this level within our organisation. 

Additional documents
Application Form (.doc)
EO form (.doc)
Role description (.docx)
More about Share

Share works with disabled people who need extra help and support in order to achieve their potential and realise their dreams and aspirations. ... Read more

Posted on: 07 May 2021
Closing date: 04 June 2021
Tags: Support Worker,Social Work

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