Adult Care Worker - Learning Disabilities
Would you like to start your Career in the Residential Care Sector?
Are you resilient, reliable and ready for a challenge?
Yes? Apply today to become a Residential Care Worker within one of our teams in Hickling Pastures, Melton Mowbray!
Job Title: Residential Care Worker (RCW)
Salary: £20,592 - £21,320
Location: Hickling Pastures, Melton Mowbray
About the Group
Pathway Care Residential is part of the NFA Group, the UK’s largest independent services group. Pathway comprises of 19 homes throughout the UK. We deliver high quality, person- focused residential care to young people from the age of eight upwards. It is by no accident that 95% of our homes are rated as Outstanding or Good. We welcome staff who share our commitment to help children experience better days and better lives. Through ongoing development and training, we ensure our staff are well prepared for their jobs and given every opportunity to extend their skills.
About the homes
Pathway are recruiting RCW’s to join our team in Hickling Pastures. Our beautiful and homely residential settings provide 24/7 care for up to three young adults with complex heath and learning disabilities. Within the home the young adults have their own room which they decorate to their individual tastes and cater for their requirements. The young adults could display a variety of challenging behaviours. Therefore, we are looking for enthusiastic and caring people to help make a difference to these young adults regardless of the challenges you may be faced with.
About the role
This is a diverse position, you will be a corporate parent and a positive role model, helping fulfil the needs of the young adults and improve their lives. When you start your shift, you will receive a hand over and start your daily tasks. You could be taking them out to the cinema, shopping, to the Zoo or you could be spending the day within the home, educating and enhancing life skills.
You will be required to complete relevant paperwork, household chores and chaperone the young adults on appointments and other activities. You will be required to administrate medication and maintain the young adult’s personal care.
We ensure our staff are fully trained for any situation, once starting you will receive an induction, shadow shifts and regular supervisions.
Salary is based on a 40 hour week, £8.90- £9.25 per hour and an average of one sleep in per week (£40).
Who are we looking for?
We would like you to join our family environment if you have a genuine desire to help and support the young adults. We need you to share our aim, to try and improve their lives, to give them every chance to have better days and a better future. You must be reliable, enthusiastic and resilient as well as compassionate, understanding and friendly.
Once you complete a 6 month probation period, you will be enrolled onto a Level 3 in Health and Social Care. This will be funded and a lot would be completed on site. However, you must be self-motivated to complete the qualification.
Essential/ Desirable criteria
- Ability to work within a 24/7 operation
- Good communication and listening skills
- Able and willing to partake in relevant training and on occasion be involved in physical interventions
- Accurate record keeper
- Organisational skills
- Good team player
Be part of the UK’s largest independent children’s services group and receive:
- Career progression opportunities
- Continuous personal development opportunities
- Enrich and improve the lives of our young adults
- An interesting and varied career
- Hourly pay
- Sleep ins are paid £40
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