SUPPORT WORKER (PERMANENT 37.5 HOURS)

Recruiter
Brook Street
Location
Jarrow, Tyne and Wear, England
Salary
Negotiable
Posted
07 Sep 2017
Closes
05 Oct 2017
Contact
Andrew Johnson
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

***** SUPPORT WORKER *****

***** LOCATION - JARROW *****

/// PERMANENT POSITION ///

Have you got over 1 years experience in managing and supporting adults with Autism?

Can you manage severe challenging behaviour?

Do you hold a UK Drivers Licence?

Is your main goal in life to support those in their daily lives and help them achieve future goals?

BS Social Care are proud to be assisting an award winning Learning Disabilities provider in their search for a Support Worker to support a Male in his own living accommodation and in the community. You will be supporting a gentleman with challenging behaviour. You will provide support with day to day activity and general support in the community. You will use to positive language to build rapport with whom you are supporting and you will help them maintain relationships with families and friends.

We are looking for applicants who would like a varied job and job satisfaction whilst having the chance to make a difference in people`s live. You will need to have previous experience supporting vulnerable adults and a qualification in Health and Social Care would be advantageous.

The role:

- Working in both a residential and community setting providing care to clients with Learning Difficulties and Autism spectrum

- Working 37.5 hours a week (2 sleep shifts per week)

- Attractive salary

- Use of clients car

Skills Needed:

- Learning Difficulties experience

- Willing to take Physical Intervention Training

- Experience in Non Verbal Autism

// DUE TO CLIENT - MUST BE 25 OR OVER //

Benefits:

- Training

- 30 days annual leave

If this sounds like the type of role you are looking for then please click apply and I shall contact you more about the role!

For an informal chat call Janet Furness at BS Social Care on 0191 261 7570 / or press apply today!