Are you a care worker dedicated to helping others and improving their independence and quality of life? If so, this full-time Residential Support Worker role in Brighton, with a salary of £18,720 a year, is an excellent opportunity to take your care career forward. The rota includes some weekends and bank holidays. You will enjoy 30 days holiday (including bank holidays).
Working in Brighton, you will be providing a high standard of physical, emotional, social and intellectual care for young people with a range of needs, learning disabilities and challenging behaviours.
The Support Worker role will involve:
? Ensuring that the educational, social, emotional and learning needs of all learners are met
? Promoting the rights of residents to be treated with dignity and respect in every aspect of their lives and learning
? Assisting residents with independence skills, including eating and drinking, personal hygiene, dressing, mobility and transport, and the administration of medication
? Acting as a critical worker for named young people
? Participating in the practical running of the resident's accommodation, maintaining high standards of hygiene and cleanliness
Residential Support Workers will work under specific supervision and guidance from a Care Management Team, Lead Residential Support Workers and therapy teams to support the social and academic learning activities of residents, both in residential houses and out in the community.
This support staff role comes with a salary of £18,720 for a 40 hour week.
To apply for this Residential Support Worker role, you will need:
? An NVQ in Health & Social Care or equivalent
? GCSE or equivalent English, Maths & ICT
? Relevant experience in health & social care, medical, mental health or educational settings
? Experience of working with young people
? A clean driving license
If this rewarding care job in Brighton is the opportunity you're looking for, get in touch today with Heidi at Search Healthcare.
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.