Working on Days- 8am-8pm
£9.65 rising to £9.90 after probation
To work cooperatively with all staff within the home to deliver and be responsible for providing quality care and support to adults with learning disabilities in accordance with Trust policies and principles of good practice
Our client supports 7 individuals with a learning disability, personal care is required for some clients.
We are seeking experienced staff but also interested if you are looking to start a career in social care. You will need to demonstrate a high level of patience and flexibility to meet the demands of the service.
We are looking for dynamic, motivated people to join the team supporting adults with a learning disability and make a real difference .
Ensure service users retain individuality and personal dignity by promoting high standards of care and encouraging independence wherever appropriate.
To assist service users who need help with getting up in the morning, dressing, undressing, washing, bathing and the toilet.
To help service users with mobility problems and other physical disabilities, including incontinence, help in use and care of aids and personal equipment.
Perform domestic tasks including laundry and ironing.
Assist senior staff formulate support plans and risk assessments.
Record accurate and detailed observation records for service users and evaluate their effectiveness with senior staff.
Prepare meals and drinks as required and in accordance with service users` preferences.
Submit reports verbally and in writing as requested by senior support officer and service manager.
Take service users shopping, assist in maintaining good relationships with relatives, volunteers, primary health care staff, social workers, Perform caring tasks to assist service users with personal care,
To discuss this opportunity further please email or text 07878 403785 with your name and role you`re interested in,