Support Workers (Full and part-time)
Do You Want to Make A Difference?
Due to expansion we are recruiting for support workers in our services in the Rugby area. Are you motivated and passionate about changing people’s lives?
We are a thriving and progressive charity with a passion for providing the highest quality service to the people we support. We are committed to supporting people to live their lives the way they want to live them.
We believe in equality, openness, integrity and treating everyone with respect. If these values are important to you this could be the role for you.
We provide full training so experience is not necessary; all we ask is that you are motivated and put the people we support at the heart of your every working day. You will be positive, kind, honest and a good listener; you will have patience, compassion, common sense and the ability to problem solve.
You could be looking for a career change. Is your career giving you the satisfaction you need? Are you looking for something more fulfilling or a fresh challenge? Your life experiences are valuable; you could use them in a different way that will transform other people’s lives. This could be your opportunity to go to work every day knowing that you are going to make a difference, to be part of a team committed to high quality support and to creating an atmosphere where people can live happy and fulfilled lives.
New Directions is a leading provider of learning, physical and autism disability support services. We offer competitive pay above National Living Wage, pension scheme, free training, Employee Assistance Programme, opportunities to progress, flexible working to maintain a work/life balance and the chance to wake up every day knowing that you will make a difference.
Your day will involve encouraging and supporting people to be as independent as possible. You will support people to make choices and to seek opportunities so that they can realise their potential.
You will be supporting individuals with personal care, daily living skills and to maintain their homes. You will support people within the local community and beyond and ensure they maintain relationships with their friends and family who are central to their lives.
You will need to be able to maintain accurate records, to prioritise and show initiative, and enjoy interacting with a variety of people. You will have basic computer skills.
We provide full training and regular supervision is provided so that you can develop your skills and progress in your career.
Full and part time shifts are available including evenings and weekends.
Up to £8.82 per hour.
To apply for this vacancy please complete the application form on our website by clicking the button below where you will also find the job description and person specification.
If you require further information, please phone 01788 573318.