We are looking for Bank Support Workers to join our growing teams based in Clayton-Le-Woods. In return we are offering a competitive hourly rate of £11.05 – £11.25 per hour, dependant on qualifications. Working via our bank register you will have the flexibility to pick up shifts that suit your personal situation and home life.
Dalesview has been established for over 30 years and holds an Investors in People gold award. We provide specialist supported living and residential services for adults with severe learning and physical disabilities. At Dalesview much effort, thought and hard work goes into doing something that is really very simple. That is enabling people to have the most fulfilling lives possible; supported with respect, caring attitudes and understanding. This includes enabling them to enjoy activities such as swimming, cycling, carriage riding, yoga and much more.
We are looking for fun, enthusiastic support care workers who genuinely want to make a difference, to work with us in providing meaningful care and support for our service users. If that sounds like you, we’d love to hear from you.
What will you be responsible for as our Support Worker?
- Providing effective care and support to adult residents with profound learning difficulties and/or physical disabilities
- Assisting in the care of all service users through the delivery of person-centred care in accordance with individual care plans/ risk assessments. This will include all aspects of moving and handling, personal care, eating and drinking
- Assisting in enabling service users to live their chosen lifestyle including accessing the local community and participating in leisure activities
- Training is provided.
What makes you our ideal Support Worker?
- Caring, hardworking, reliable and flexible approach
- Previous experience of working with people with learning disabilities is desirable, but not essential
- Full driving licence is preferable
Please note that a DBS check will be required. It’s a criminal offence for people who are barred from working in regulated activity to apply for roles that require them to work unsupervised with that particular group (i.e. adults at risk, children or both).