Support Workers - Bromley
38 hours per week (Full time equivalent)
(Various contract types available)
Bromley - Supported Living Services
£16,568 per annum / £8.36 per hour
Everything we do at the organisation is about promoting the choice and independence of adults at risk to have genuine control over their lives, play an active role in the community and develop as individuals. We provide innovative and responsive housing, care and support services that promote choice and independence for people with a variety of needs including people with learning disabilities, autism, older people, young people and people with mental health support needs across North and East London.
We are a forward thinking organisation, committed to providing the best support possible to adults at risk therefore you will be provided with comprehensive training and will be supported every step of the way to develop your career with us.
For 40 years, the organisation has been providing high-quality support and care services to vulnerable people in London. Set up by parents of disabled children looking for alternatives to institutional care provision, Our aim is to support customers to have genuine control over their lives, play an active role in the community, accept responsibilities and develop as individuals. Supporting the people we are supporting to make positive choices and take advantage of good opportunities.
The Bromley service consists of three purpose built, accessible bungalows that are home to 11 customers with varying levels of learning disabilities, autism and complex health and physical needs.
The supported living services are located next door to each other in West Wickham. This specialised service operates daytime shifts as well as multiple waking night shifts to care for and support customers 24 hours a day. Specialist training will be provided to enable you to support customers around their complex needs.
We are looking for enthusiastic, creative and committed individuals to join the team. If you feel you can bring a fresh approach, some new ideas and a commitment to supporting vulnerable people to have genuine control over their lives, play an active role in the community and develop as individuals then we want to hear from you.
We are looking for a number of staff, however we are particularly interested in recruiting female support workers that will be required to drive customer cars as part of their role.
This role will involve working as part of a rota including evenings, weekends, and bank holidays, therefore we are looking for people who are highly flexible and can meet the needs of our customers.
How to apply
If you think you have the necessary skills and the right attitude for the above role, please click 'Apply'. We will then send you details of how to progress your application.