Full Time Support Worker - West Bridgford

Posted 9 March by Mencap

Do you want to make a positive difference to people's lives?

We are looking to recruit a compassionate and enthusiastic individual to work within our supported living team in West Bridgford. We currently support 12 adults across West Bridgford in their 40's +, who have a learning disability. We currently have one full time position available, offering up to 37.5 hours a week.

As a support worker, flexibility is key for both yourself and for the service, as you may be required to work a variety of different shifts throughout the week, including mornings (ideal for you early risers!) afternoons and evenings. You will also be required to do Sleep-ins.

The individuals we support have mixed abilities, they will require support with their medication, personal care, finances and daily living tasks, such as cleaning and creating healthy meal plans- although they like to be as independent as possible, you will be led by them!
The people within the service have a busy schedule and love to be out and about!
The adults we support enjoy a variety of hobbies which include, going on scenic walks, spending time with family, attending the Nottingham forest home games.
It's great if you can drive but not essential as we have a large support team.

For further details of the people you will be supporting, please click on the "additional information" attachments at the bottom of this advertisement.

One of the most amazing things about being a Support Worker is that anyone can do it! As long as you have a positive attitude and want to improve the lives of those with a learning disability, we will support you with progression opportunities throughout your career with us.

Enhanced DBS is required for each successful candidate.

Job ID: xxx

Reference: 34650014

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