Want to change lives? Are you energetic? Do you have sense of humour and a positive ‘glass half-full’ attitude? Do you want to work for an organisation which cares about its’ staff?
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Care/ Support Worker (Part-time/ Full-time/ Casual positions)
What’s in it for you?
Excellent pay rates from £7.85 to £8.16 per hour for full-time and part-time; £8.70 per hour for casual/bank staff. Optional sleeping nights paid in addition, higher rate for overtime after 37.5 hours/week for part-time/full-time staff, on-call retainer paid to eligible employees participating in the on-call rota. For more about the benefits of working for us see ‘work for us’.
Great opportunity for an energetic, compassionate person to change the lives of adults with disabilities. You will be a hardworking team player and a good communicator. You will have a positive outlook and a sense of humour - a ‘glass half full rather than half empty’.
In this role you will help adults to maximise their independence in a friendly and pleasant working environment. As part of a team, you will use your energy, experience and skills to provide outstanding care and support in welcoming, supportive, enabling, stimulating and safe environments. We provide ongoing learning and development opportunities to enable our motivated, competent and excited staff to thrive, who in turn to enable the people we support to flourish.
We support adults with learning disabilities. We provide support to three adults living in our supported living service, and provide care and support (including personal care) to our eleven adults with learning difficulties in a relaxed and friendly residential care home. Staff work across both services, but tend to focus on one service or the other. The balance of care/ support depends on the service and needs of the individual.
Shift patterns include working alternate weekends and optional sleep-ins.
Please email your application to email@example.com or call 0117 962 0887 if your require a paper application form or have any questions.
Cook (20 hours per week)
Applications by 25 th February 2018
£8 -£8.65 per hour, expected hours 10am – 2pm, Mon- Fri. Great terms and conditions – For more about the benefits of working for us see ‘work for us’.
Are you passionate about food? Are you excited about planning and preparing delicious, nutritious meals for people with learning disabilities? Do you want to work as part of a team that makes a real difference to the lives of people with learning disabilities?
This is a great opportunity for an energetic cook to provide nutritious, tasty and appealing food and offering choices to our residents which meets their dietary requirements. You will also be responsible for planning and purchasing food within budget. You will also be responsible for maintaining health and safety and environmental health standards. As an integrated part of the team, support workers will support residents to participate in cooking alongside you.
You will have a positive outlook and a sense of humour - a ‘glass half full rather than half empty’. You will be a hardworking team player and a good communicator, able to work calmly under pressure. You will manage your time effectively in this busy role, and be proud of the catering you offer. You will be knowledgeable, competent and willing to engage in ongoing training and development. Ideally, you will have experience of working with people with learning disabilities and/or working in a care environment or other similar setting
There is some flexibility on exact hours and job shares can be considered. Term-time only working will be considered.
To apply: Please download the full Job Description and Person Specification and the application form and send your application form to firstname.lastname@example.org by 25th February 2018 If you require a paper copy please contact us.