Support Worker

Posted 18 November 2022
Salary £14 - £17.43 per hour + Holiday Pay + Pension
LocationCrawley
Job type Contract
DisciplineSocial Care
ReferenceEMLF01_1668786049
Contact NameErin McManus

Job description

Do you want to make a real difference in young people's lives? Are you a passionate and engaging Support Worker? We are offering the opportunity to work with a leading national charity dedicated to improving the life of children and young adults with a range of physical and learning disabilities. It is an opportunity to connect and positively influence the lives of young people, playing a crucial role in helping our young children and adults achieve, succeed, and develop. We are looking for enthusiastic candidates focused on promoting independence to support these individuals, recognising their unique and special needs and helping them achieve success.

Full Time + Part Time Available, Immediate starts.

Shifts available:

Various shifts available between 06:45-22:00 Monday to Friday + Weekends

Benefits for you as a Support Worker:

  • Pay starting from £14.00-£17.43 per hour
  • PAYE and Umbrella pay available
  • A chance to develop skills and knowledge further using Free E-learning training offered via Charles Hunter
  • Opportunity to work with a Leading National Charity and many other leading care providers in Surrey and surrounding areas
  • A Dedicated Consultant to help and advise you
  • Easy online application
  • Weekly pay
  • Weekend work available if desired
  • You chose when you want to work

Responsibilities:

  • You will work as part of a team to help to create a safe and caring atmosphere in which growth and independence are fostered.
  • To assist with all aspects of personal care and daily living skills in accordance with individual support needs.
  • Undertaking the role of a Support Worker for a specified number of young people, with special responsibility to ensure a consistency of the support provided.
  • To lead and participate in various recreational, educational and social activities.
  • To attend meetings, in conjunction with the line manager, with both educational, care, therapy and medical staff concerning students.
  • Assisting with assessing, planning and reviewing children/young people's progress.
  • Attending other appropriate in-service training as required by a Support Worker.

To be considered for this Support Worker position, you must have:

  • Minimum of 6 months experience working with children with learning disabilities
  • Express a passionate, engaging, and caring attitude
  • Enhanced Adult and Child DBS Certificate
  • Able to travel to Lingfield, either via Public Transport or using your Personal Vehicle
  • To be able to understand or to develop an understanding of the rights and needs of children and young adults with a disability
  • Able to understand or to develop an understanding of the need to maintain and respect confidentiality

If this sounds like something of interest to you or if you would like to discuss this role in further detail, I would love to hear from you.

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