Enabler/Care Worker

Location
Exeter, Devon
Salary
£16,855 - £18,039 per annum
Posted
21 Jun 2019
Closes
18 Jul 2019
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

 

Enabler/Care Worker - St David's House 

Salary:                £16,855.00 - £18,039.00 inclusive of 2.5% enhancement
Hours:                 37 hours per week, 52 weeks per year (job share available)
Location:            Exeter
Closing Date:     Apply now!

Want to develop a highly rewarding career as an Enabler?

St David’s our residential centre for young people with sight loss, is a unique place offering fantastic opportunities for our residents to experience rich and fulfilling lives.

As a care worker supporting young people in their on-site lodge no two days will be the same. You might be assisting with residential activity holidays, swimming, cycling or even helping with a bit of retail therapy. What you won’t be is bored!

At WESC we aspire to provide the best possible care whilst challenging our young people to develop their skills and maintain as much independence as possible.

On the edge of Exeter City Centre, WESC Foundation provides staff access to wonderful on-site facilities, including:

Excellent Induction Training
Free onsite parking
Death in service life cover
occupational sick pay from start date
Pension contributions into NEST Scheme
6 weeks annual leave & bank holidays (PR)
Free 24hr Employee Assistance Programme
Onsite subsidised café
Training to achieve NVQ L3 in H&SC
Introduce a friend incentive

Our new shift system ensures that you know when you will be working a year in advance!

In exchange we need you to be passionate about delivering the very best care and support for our young people with sight loss and complex disabilities.

If this sounds like your dream job contact the HR Team on 01392 454203 and come and see for yourself why this is such a wonderful place to work.

Click apply below for further information and to download an application pack. 

PLEASE NOTE WE DO NOT ACCEPT CVs
WESC Foundation is committed to equality and diversity. We welcome applicants regardless of racial, ethnic or national origin, religion or beliefs, disability, sexuality, age or responsibilities for dependents.

We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All posts are conditional to an enhanced DBS check and registration with the update service.