Supported Living Support Worker

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    Health & Social Care

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    Heidi Chapman

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  • Published:

    about 2 months ago

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  • Start date:

    27/04/2020 09:00:58

If you're dedicated to helping others and improving their independence and quality of life, this full-time role as a Supported Living Support Worker is an excellent opportunity to take your career forward.

Working in Horsham as part of a supportive team, and earning £9.18 per hour, you'll assist and support service users in their home and local community. As well as earning £9.18 per hour, this rewarding Support Worker role entitles you to significant benefits, including paid annual leave (including Bank Holiday allowance), a pension scheme, NVQ/diploma enhancements, a bonus on completion, annual appraisal support and development plans, long-service awards and a retail discount scheme.

Role includes:

Supporting service users in their care plan, as well as with everyday domestic activities and leisure, fitness, learning and employment activities.
Encouraging and supporting service users to learn and develop new skills and to nurture positive relationships.
Completing service user support notes at the end of each shift.

Based in the Horsham area, you'll have experience as a temp or perm support worker, willing to take on flexible working, and happy to work alone or in a team. You'll be respectful of confidentiality issues and diligent in reporting to your line manager and undertaking training, where necessary.

Your skills:

You'll have experience in community services or as support staff.
You'll be calm, positive, sensitive and empathetic to individual needs.
You'll be a great communicator and work to establish positive relationships with service users, their families and other healthcare professionals.

To find out more about these excellent Support Worker roles in Horsham, please call me today on 01293 848170 or email Heidi.Chapman@search.co.uk.

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.