Rehabilitation Officer – Gloucestershire
Gloucestershire County Council
£25,878 – £28,371 per annum pro rata plus enhanced payment for weekend working
Watching someone achieve the remarkable. Giving someone quality time and support. This is why we do it. This is why we care. As part of our Adult Social Care team, amazing moments like these will be part of daily life as you support those who need us most. What’s more, you’ll help us take our service to new heights. Add to that an array of brilliant benefits – including an employee assistance programme, tax-free childcare, cycle to work scheme and staff discounts – and you’ve got a rewarding role in every sense.
As a Rehabilitation Officer, you’ll be part of a dedicated multi-disciplinary team within our rehabilitation services. These centres are designed to support individuals with all aspects of their rehabilitation and care programs following either a discharge from hospital or admittance from the community. Each service provides 24-hour care for planned, unplanned and emergency stays. In this highly rewarding role, you’ll create a positive, caring and stimulating environment that meets every resident’s needs.
The goal is to make sure residents enjoy fulfilling and dignified lives – and you will play a big part in that. Guided by care plans and risk assessments, you will help them with personal care and medication, leading shifts as the Officer in Charge and supervising rehabilitation assistants. Our residents will be relying on you to give your best, so we’ll make sure you get expert support and training.
As well as an NVQ Level 3 (or equivalent) qualification, you’ll have hands-on experience of working in a care setting. With this background, you’ll be used to administering medication and helping individuals with personal care. Practical and positive, you’ll manage your own workload and work as part of a team. With every opportunity to learn, you’ll also be keen to develop and take our service from strength to strength.
You’ll join us on a shift basis, which will include every other weekend as required.
We are happy to discuss your requirements around weekend working at interview. You will be eligible to claim for enhanced payments for weekend working.
Please note that you must be flexible enough to help out at other locations.
It’s a fantastic time to join Gloucestershire County Council, as we transform our Adult Social Care services. Through our team, we’re helping people with increasingly complex needs to remain independent and have a say in how they live. To succeed, we need people who’ll go the extra mile to see others well and happy, and give families peace of mind. People who know that caring is the most rewarding feeling around.
Join us, and you’ll have a great opportunity to make a real impact on people’s lives. Meanwhile, we’ll thank you with a range of excellent benefits and give you the training and support to develop your career. We genuinely care about our colleagues and support their wellbeing.
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