Are you a Support Worker based in North London? A Support Worker is required to join an expanding clinical support worker team working in the Crouch End area of Haringey, London. This position is offered on a full-time basis and comes with a salary of £18,364 p/a.
You will be supporting service users with learning disabilities, mental illness and additional complex needs, to live the life they want to within the service. You will support service-users in all aspects of daily living and community participation.
If you'd have been working in this Haringey based Support Worker role last week, you might have:
. Supported service users with learning disabilities, mental illness and additional complex needs, to live the life they want to within the service. You will have supported service-users in all aspects of daily living and community participation.
. Assisted service-users in leading a valued and fulfilled life so that they maximise their potential and can live healthy and active lifestyles as independently as possible.
You will work with adults with challenging behaviour issues, learning disabilities, autism, dementia and other needs.
To apply for this care job, you will need to have at least six months' previous Support Worker experience or healthcare experience working with adults with learning disabilities. You will also require your transport and a clean driving licence.
You will be rewarded with a good salary of £18,364 p/a. and the flexibility to base your work around existing commitments, with benefits including:
. Enhanced rates for all public holidays
. Financial support for professional qualifications
. Comprehensive internal training programmes including free of charge mandatory training
. Life Insurance, help from an Employee Assistance Programme and membership of employer contribution pension fund
If you are interested in this Support Worker job in Haringey, please contact us at Search today.
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