Vacancy working as a Care Support Worker for patients with Learning Difficulties and Autism Spectrum disorders, based in Epsom. The service is a registered home for adults, and at present caters for people aged between 49 and 64.
The ideal candidate will provide specialist intensive support to individuals with severe challenging behaviour, and whose needs cannot be met within mainstream services.
The service provides:
Purpose built environment incorporating a large, well maintained and enclosed garden
Range of activities aimed at developing and maintaining the routine of daily living and skills in a variety of settings, to promote independence
Day activities provided at dedicated day services with individual packages of support including intensive interaction programmes
Candidates must also be able to demonstrate the ability to work under pressure and must have previous experience of working in a care setting, preferably within the NHS.
Shift patterns are full time hours, with a flexible pattern.
The hourly rates for the role are:
£11.50 p/h Monday - Friday
£13 p/h for Saturdays and Nights
£14.50 p/h Sunday's and Bank Holidays.
This a popular role with lots of interest, so please apply as soon as possible.
If you are interested in applying, please contact Tom Lockwood on 01772 208963 or send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Benefits of working with Service Care Solutions:
- DBS disclosures provided via fast track online services free of charge
- 3 weekly payroll runs
- £250 training allowance
- Excellent pay rates
- Specialist mental health consultants offering single point of contact
- Frequent notifications of upcoming opportunities via text and email
- Ltd and PAYE payment options available
- Nationwide provider of mental health staff to over 40 different NHS Trusts and over 200 local authorities
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