We're on the lookout for more of our countries heroes, the front line key workers dedicated and committed to helping the fight against COVID-19. Are you a Support Worker in Lincoln? We have an opening for an experienced and compassionate care worker who will provide 1:1 care for a male client. The Support Worker role is a full time, permanent position, and comes with a rate of £10.00 per hour. Some night shifts will be required, and candidates for this support staff role must have a driving license.
The successful Support Worker candidate will coordinate and provide support for someone settling into a new community. You will need to have experience with managing autism and challenging behaviours. Also, the following skills are required:
? Experience delivering personal care on a 1:1 basis
? Experience with medication management
? Experience with care plans ensuring they are accurate at all time
? The ability to follow instructions and receive feedback without being offended
? The ability and desire to promote good health and well being
As a successful Support Worker, you will have a flexible working pattern, with a seven-day rota with sleep rotation or waking nights. It's an excellent opportunity for a dedicated, inclusive and collaborative support worker interested in community services alongside bettering the life of an individual in need. Through this care job, you will become a mentor and friend to the client while helping him develop his skills.
Benefits of this care role include competitive rates of pay, at £10 an hour, career progression and training and development. If you're a Support Worker living in Lincoln and have the unique qualities required for this role, contact us today to register your interest by applying online. A member of our nursing recruitment team will be in contact to fast track your application.
COVID-19 has put extra pressure on all nursing services, so your help and support filling these Support Worker vacancies are much appreciated.
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