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Date Added: Sat 28/11/2020

Male Support Worker

Bournemouth, UK
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Job Type: Permanent

Salary: £22275 / annually

MALE SUPPORT WORKERS

  • BOURNEMOUTH AND POOLE AREAS
  • 36 OR 42 HOUR PERMANENT CONTRACTS
  • DAYS OR NIGHT SHIFTS AVAILABLE 8AM TO 8PM OR 8PM TO 8AM
  • £22,275 PER ANNUM

About the Care provider:

Our clients based in Bournemouth, are very progressive organisation providing people with Learning Disabilities, Autism Spectrum Disorder and Complex Care, daily support and care.

Currently we wish to recruit experienced Male Support Workers or Male Care Assistants to provide an individual 24/7 care and support. You must have Care Assistant or Support Worker experience. 

The Service User enjoys going out every day to engage in active activities such as long walks, swimming, trampolining and using his scooter.

He also enjoys sensory activities, watching his favourite DVD's, using his swing, cooking etc.

About the Male Support Worker role:

Ideal applicant for the Male Support Worker role should have some Care or Support Worker experience, within any of the following areas:

Learning Disabilities or Mental Health or Dementia or Challenging Behaviour experience.

The service user needs the Male Support Worker to give him confidence, you will be assertive, confident and patient, understanding and able to reassure him when he is anxious.

Also you must be motivated to support the service user to access his preferred activities while making sure he and others are sure.

Benefits Package for a Male Support Worker:

  1. Highly competitive rate of pay
  2. 28 Days Annual Leave
  3. Paid DBS
  4. All training paid for
  5. Company pension plan

Please share your CV with us or for further details regarding these positions, please call Care First Recruitment on 01202 854777 (office hours) or 07785 331104 (evenings and weekends)

 

Please quote ref: AJ/Poole/786

* This post is exempt from the Equality Act 2010 (Schedule 9, Part 1) which provides for the application of a genuine occupational requirement.

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