Location: Malton, North Yorkshire
Salary: £8.00 an hour
Flexible shift rota covering 7 days a week, including weekends and sleep ins. Our client would like to hear from you if you are interested in working on a full time, part time or casual basis.
They have an exciting opportunity to expand their team. Your role will be supporting individuals to realise their potential in developing independence skills. You will provide support across the community in homes and workshops which provides a varied range of experience for employees.
They seek individuals with passion for people and a genuine interest in supporting adults with learning disabilities to have a fulfilling life. The ideal candidate will have creativity, have the enthusiasm, compassion and flexibility, with a genuine interest in supporting adults within the community.
Someone with experience working with adults, (including young adults) with varying skills and abilities would be an ideal candidate for this role. Experience of supervising staff would be a distinct advantage, although not essential.
Ideally you will have a QCF Level 2 qualification in Social Care or equivalent or be willing to work towards this qualification.
Our client’s extensive recruitment programme and personality profiling enables them to recruit the right person for the job role. It enables them to match applicants with their individuals interests and support needs and to provide applicants with the opportunity to decide if they are suited to the job role and their environment.
Their benefits portfolio includes a pension scheme, employee assistance programme, quality training and qualifications, including fully funded QCF Level 2 in Social Care, care certificate induction, medicine training, and the opportunity to gain further qualifications.
The Charity is committed to Safeguarding adults therefore an Enhanced DBS will be required for this job role.
Closing date: Thursday 31st August 2017
Community support / learning disabilities / Supporting adults / Social care / Health and social care / young adults / Care / Care and support