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Bank Positive Behaviour Support Worker (Glen Parva)

Job details
Posting date: 21 September 2021
Salary: £9.15 per hour
Hours: Full time
Closing date: 21 October 2021
Location: Glen Parva, LE2
Company: Affinity Trust
Job type: Permanent
Job reference: OPS02427-14519

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Summary

Be the difference, change lives - apply today!

We have opportunities for highly motivated bank support staff to work in a demanding and rewarding environment. You will play an integral part of our Transforming Care Programme, a project funded by NHS England and developed by Choice Support. The Programme has Positive Behaviour Support at its core, where we support people to move from long term hospital stay/residential settings to live more independently.

Your Benefits

  • You will accrue annual leave (including bank holidays) based on the number of hours worked
  • Fantastic training and development tailored to support you as an individual
  • Pension scheme with employee and employer contributions
  • Employee assistance scheme programme
  • Make a genuine difference to someone's life
  • Flexible working hours

About The Role

  • Provide direct support to individuals who exhibit complex and challenging behaviour
  • Manage the behaviour and to enable them to participate in a wide range of therapeutic and social activities
  • Enable and support people to transition from an institutional setting such as hospital to their own home, requiring you to work across multiple locations initially
  • Work with the Clinical Team to provide emotional support to individuals, supporting them in managing their anxieties and behaviour through coping strategies
  • Work positively with other agencies, parents, Support Workers, and other services to ensure a quality provision of care for individuals
  • Maintain appropriate records relating to good practice, health, safety and statutory requirements
  • Promote independence with daily activities, such as personal care, cooking, finance management where appropriate, and general housekeeping

Shift Patterns

  • Earlies
  • Lates
  • Sleep ins
  • Waking nights
  • Weekends
  • Bank holidays
  • Provide direct support to individuals who exhibit complex and challenging behaviour
  • Manage the behaviour and to enable them to participate in a wide range of therapeutic and social activities
  • Enable and support people to transition from an institutional setting such as hospital to their own home, requiring you to work across multiple locations initially
  • Work with the Clinical Team to provide emotional support to individuals, supporting them in managing their anxieties and behaviour through coping strategies
  • Work positively with other agencies, parents, Support Workers, and other services to ensure a quality provision of care for individuals
  • Maintain appropriate records relating to good practice, health, safety and statutory requirements
  • Promote independence with daily activities, such as personal care, cooking, finance management where appropriate, and general housekeeping

  • Earlies
  • Lates
  • Sleep ins
  • Waking nights
  • Weekends
  • Bank holidays

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