Female Support Worker - Solihull, Birmingham
Hours - 08:00am-20:00pm Monday-Sunday
Pay - from £8.49 per hour
Pulse Community Healthcare is seeking a skilled female support worker who has experience supporting children with learning disabilities and autism. We have an excellent opportunity for support workers to join our team working with our young male client in the Solihull area. All support workers will benefit from free specialist training to develop their skills and help them support our client more effectively. Daily duties would include personal care, medication administration, and management of various interventions. We are looking for candidates with a positive, outgoing personality to support our client’s active life.
Pulse Community Healthcare is a leading UK provider of complex person-centered care packages. Our specialist healthcare teams support people with a variety of conditions and disabilities to live their life as independently as possible, in their own homes.
As a Support Worker for Pulse Community Healthcare you will benefit from:
- Holiday pay paid weekly
- Daily payroll
- Access rotas and other information online
- A dedicated case manager and 24/7 clinical support
- Carer recognition
- Personal development and career opportunities
- Variety of work placements
- £200 joining bonus*
- Free mandatory training with full induction and competency sign off
The ideal support worker will have:
- A diploma level 3 in Health and Social Care or equivalent (this is preferred but not essential)
- UK paid experience in Health and Social Care
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills
- Ability to use own initiative and work as part of wider team
- A good understanding of professional boundaries
- Knowledge of safeguarding and person centred care
If you love working in social care and are interested in joining our team, please apply now, enclosing an up to date copy of your CV.
All opportunities are subject to a satisfactory DBS check.
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