Support Worker - Learning Disabilities - RCT

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2018-01-18 12:00:041970-01-01Hoop Recruitment
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AreaPar, EnglandParEngland
Salary£15,001 - £20,000 Per Annum
Start DateASAP
AdvertiserScott Johnston
Hoop Social Care are looking for support workers in Llantrisant area of RCT to work with adults who have learning disabilities. The excellent opportunity will involve working within the community as well as a small residential setting. The role will involve some elements of personal care, but focuses on promoting independence. This role will involve helping with physical aspects of care within the home, like food preparation, and in the community, like shopping. This is a full time role that would involve day, night (sleep in and waking nights) and weekend work as well as driving the service users vehicle. 
  • Support to undertake further qualifications to comply with care standards
  • Rewarding salary with an annual review
  • Professional and personal development for you and the service user
  • Continual paid training relevant to the role and career progression
  • Develop, montior and carry out care plans
  • Promote equal opportunities and diversity
  • Help service user develop personal relationships
  • Be an effective role model
  • Opportunity to accompany service users on holidays
  • Previous experience as a support worker (desirable)
  • Able to work a shift pattern on a rolling rota - Days, Nights and weekends
  • Willingness to develop yourself and those you support
  • Driving licence (essential)
  • Fantastic communication skills
To apply for this fantastic rewarding opportunity or to discuss the role in more detail please contact the Hoop Recruitment team or Scott Johnston on 02922 400519 today.
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