Support Worker in Bangor - 25 hours per week - Welsh Essential
|Posting date:||21 July 2020|
|Salary:||£8.88 per hour|
|Additional salary information:||8.88 - 8.88|
|Closing date:||20 August 2020|
|Location:||Bangor, LL57 1UR|
We have a 25 hour position available in the Bangor/Caernarfon area.
Welsh essential/highly desirable. This is a fantastic opportunity to really make a difference to people’s lives and establish strong community relationships in a brand new area.
Working at Cartrefi Cymru Co-operative is more than just a job…it means supporting people to live their fullest, most independent lives. We were the first and are the largest Social Care Co-operative in Wales, which means we put community at the forefront of everything we do.
We provide support to people with learning disabilities, mental health needs, older people, people with Autism and physical disabilities. We do that in a number of ways from providing 24-hour support within their own homes, to providing shorter, more focused support to assist with individual tasks or care needs, which are often determined in conjunction with Social Services.
If you want to make a genuine difference to people lives and work for an employer that really cares about you, start a career with us today!
What we can offer you:
Flexible shift patterns which can be discussed at interview Working as part of supportive team £62.64 per shift for working a sleeping in shift An hourly rate of £8.88 WHA Healthcare Scheme Generous annual leave entitlement (20 days plus Bank Holidays rising to 25 days)
Full paid training and support to achieve QCF qualifications
What we expect from you:
A commitment to enabling people to live fulfilled and independent lives both within their homes and the wider community.
A flexible approach to work and the willingness and ability to work mornings, evenings, weekends and also sleep in and wake in shifts
A full clean valid UK driving licence and a car with business insurance, as you will be required to use your car for work purposes.
Have a commitment to work towards a QCF in Health and Social Care
Due to the nature of this work, we are required by legislation to obtain an enhanced disclosure from the Disclosure & Barring Service for all successful applicants.