We have an exciting opportunity for Reablement Support Workers to join our team within your local community in Suffolk. You will join us on a part time permanent basis working up to 25 hours per week based in various locations throughout Suffolk and will receive an hourly rate of £8.39 per hour plus mileage and other benefits.
Are you looking for a new or more rewarding career with huge job satisfaction? Do you want to make a difference to the lives of people in need of support? If so, then this is a great opportunity for you…
Suffolk County Council’s Home First Team are looking for staff across Suffolk to support people who need care when they have been discharged from hospital but have not had care services before. As a Reablement Support Worker your role will be to assist and support these people whilst enabling them to maximise their potential to live as independently as possibly within the community.
This is a great step into a long lasting career, with progression opportunities. If you don’t have experience in this area, not to worry, full training is provided!
We have Reablement Support Worker vacancies countywide across Suffolk covering rural areas around Ipswich, Woodbridge, Felixstowe, Eye, Debenham, Saxmundham, Bury St Edmunds, Newmarket, Lowestoft, Halesworth, Beccles and the Waveney region.
What we can offer you as our Support Worker
- flexibility on the rota pattern worked and the geographical area covered
- paid mileage for travel time
- guaranteed hours
- regular support from Team Leaders and qualified Occupational Therapists
- opportunities and support for progression throughout the Social Care career pathway
As our Reablement Support Worker you will need to work some unsocial hours and cover rural areas (using personal transport). Please be aware that the address provided on your application form will be used to assign your application to the relevant area.
So if you would like to join our team as our new Reablement Support Worker then please click ‘apply’ today, we’d love to hear from you!
Closing date: 30 November 2016
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