We offer our employees comprehensive training programmes and excellent development opportunities in a caring and supportive environment.
Due to our continued expansion, we currently have exciting opportunities for Support Workers who can demonstrate compassion and empathy in their approach to supporting vulnerable adults with learning disabilities and or mental health illness and other complex needs at our brand new supported living service in South Birmingham.
Working nights, 42 hours per week on a flexible shift pattern, the successful Support Workers will support the learning and mental health needs of the service users enabling them to maintain their tenancies and to lead a meaningful and worthwhile life within the community giving practical help, care, guidance and support as detailed within their individual care plans and risk assessments.
You will have previous experience working within a residential care or supported living setting with vulnerable adults with a learning disability and or mental health illness and complex needs. The position will may include lone working at times and therefore the ability to remain calm in an emergency is essential. In addition, the successful applicants will need to be self-motivated, self-disciplined and thrive on being able to work independently to high standards.
If you have the right values for our organisation, as an expanding and well respected organisation we offer a comprehensive training and induction package and excellent career development opportunities.
If this sounds like the right opportunity for you, or to find out more, please call a member of the HR team or e-mail your CV.
This position will require an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service disclosure (DBS) which will be funded by the applicant.