If you're a Community Support Worker in Crawley, you might be very interested in this role. It's a supported living care job and will suit a flexible, committed community rehabilitation and support worker looking for a new challenge. The position comes with a salary of £17,550 p/a.
In this Community Support Worker role in Crawley, you'll be supporting people in their own homes and in the community through person-centred approaches. The aim will be to provide flexible and supportive services that maximise independence for their service users.
As part of your Community Support Worker duties, you will:
. Support people across all aspects of their agreed support plan
. Help people manage their health and medication, including administration of medication
. Provide monthly reports and provide pre-review reports as required
Other Care duties include supporting people with paperwork, budgeting, shopping, domestic tasks in their home, and accessing appointments and activities. Visits can vary from an hour to a day. As part of the Support Worker role, you will work flexibly, for example, visit clients in their own homes at agreed times. You'll sometimes need to work at multiple locations in a single day or week and to work flexible split shifts where appropriate is highly desirable.
To apply for this Community Support Worker role in Crawley, you will require:
. NVQ2 or above in care or equivalent
. A valid UK driving license
. Previous experience working with adults with learning difficulties, challenging behaviour, autism, etc
. Experience of working in a Community environment is desirable too
In return, you will receive a salary of £17,550 p/a, along with excellent benefits.
Contact us today to apply for this Community Support Worker role in Crawley. Interviews will be conducted online or by phone while the COVID-19 crisis persists. Your health and safety are of primary importance to Search Consultancy and the clients we represent.
Search is an equal opportunities recruiter and we welcome applications from all suitably skilled or qualified applicants, regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/beliefs, sexual orientation or age.