Care Worker Supported Living

Mears Group Plc
£8.50 per hour
11 Mar 2018
Contract Type
Part Time
Care Worker - Supported Living - Stirling/Falkirk

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£8.50 Per Hour


The flexibility offered makes the role ideal for anyone looking for full time work, part time work, weekend, evening or night shift only work, anyone looking for a second job on a part time basis, students, or anyone looking for experience in the line of work or looking to give something back to the community in a highly rewarding role.

****** Please note - for this position a driver with an access to their own vehicle is essential ******

The Supported Living Support Worker's role will involve:

* Providing support and encourage independence to individuals with a learning disability, additional support needs and mental health, who live in their own homes in the community.
* Accompanying individuals in social activities and assist in developing and maintaining the social interests of the individual
* Promoting Community and Company participation events with individuals with physical or learning disabilities, or who require additional support in community based activities, such as shopping, banking, volunteering, classes, clubs or sporting activities.
* Assisting with personal care and support to clients including washing, bathing and toileting, where required. Full training and support is provided.
* Assisting with Healthcare, including assisting the service user to take medication as appropriate. Full training and ongoing support ins provided.
* Assisting with practical support and domestic tasks including laundry, cleaning, shopping and meal preparation
* Providing specialised support for clients with more complex needs if required
* Assisting with sleepover work within our 24/7 services, if applicable. Sleepover work is paid at the current National Living Wage (£7.20 per hour).

While we endeavour to allocate work as locally as possibly to all our Supported Living Support Workers, a willingness to travel throughout all Forth Valley areas is desirable. Due to the nature of this role, support visits are not always located in a fixed location and the distance between two or more working locations in a working day may not be close geographically, therefore a driving licence is highly preferred but is not essential to candidates who are willing to walk or use public transport in their own time.

Applicants must be willing to work a minimum of alternate weekends and demonstrate high levels of flexibility.

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