Adults support worker for support living setting
Your new company
The service in question is a well established company who’s values are people centred and who support staff and service users. The service provides care for adults with learning disabilities. Their core focus is to actively promote independence, presence and participation within the community. It is a service which is registered with the Care Quality Commission and upon their last inspection they received a rating of good.
Your new role
In your new role, your main duties will to be provide support to adults in a supported living setting across two homes in Warwickshire. Providing support with every day living which may mean providing support on lone worker basis. The shift patterns are mornings, afternoon and sleep in shifts.
What you’ll need to succeed
In order to be considered for this role, you will need to have prior experience of at least one year, of supporting adults with learning disabilities. Have a person centred approach to care, incorporating the wants and needs of the service user in your care. Have the ability to think creatively and independently in regards to the service user. Crucially however, your main duties will be building and maintaining a relationships with customers, carers and other professionals. It is essential you are driver and can get business insurance.
What you need to do now
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