Male Support Worker

Posted 9 May by Appcastenterprise

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Pay rate: £15.50 per hour (weekly pay)
Shift Pattern:
Monday – Thursday 9:00am – 17:00pm & Friday 9:00am – 21:00pm & Alternate Saturdays 9:00am – 17:00pm.  (There may be some flexibility required to these dates and times when he starts college) (We need flexible staff)
Location: Willerby, Hull, HU10 6NB
Requirements: UK Driver’s License, experience of working with individuals with an Acquired Brain Injury, Autism and Cerebral Palsy and MALE support workers only.

Introduction: The role will be supporting a 16-year-old male with an acquired brain injury, cerebral palsy and a diagnosis of Autism, the support will be based from his family home. Some of the things the person we support enjoys are dancing, football, going to the beach, bowling, pub lunches, going on walks in his powered wheelchair swimming. Due his needs we can accept Male applicants only.

He is supported on a staffing ratio of 2:1, it is important that his staff team have experience of working with people who have sensory and communication needs associated with his diagnoses. There is a dog in the property, which is very important to him, please consider this when applying for this post. 

If you have suitable experience, are hardworking, reliable and looking for a role that truly makes a difference to someone’s life, then we want to hear from you.

Key Responsibilities

  • Full support around personal care tasks.
  • Support in the community to attend activities and maintain safety.
  • Support around nutritional intake and preparation of meals.
  • Support around maintaining and managing emotional wellbeing.
  • Support his health needs, make and plan appointments.
  • Support to budget his money and account for spending. 

Skills, Knowledge and Expertise

  • Experience working with individuals with an Acquired Brain Injury desirable.
  • Experience working with individuals with a diagnosis of Autism.
  • Experience working with individuals with Cerebral Palsy.
  • Understanding/experience of working with behaviours of concern.
  • Clean UK driver’s license.


  • Access to Westfield Rewards – an exclusive rewards website, with access to special offers on all your favourite goods and services from over 1,000 leading online and high street retailers, restaurants, travel companies and destinations
  • Access to the Blue Light Card discount scheme-Do we pay for this, if not this isn’t a benefit???
  • Attractive holiday entitlement
  • Opportunity to obtain NVQ’s in Health and Social Care
  • Progression opportunities within the organisation
  • Ongoing training and development
  • Pension enrolment
  • Access to Westfield Health Cash Plan
  • A great Refer a Friend scheme – receive up to £500 through our Care Friends rewards scheme when you refer a friend or family member.

About Learning Disability and Autism

We are a leading healthcare provider in the UK, and a CQC Registered business, founded in 2006, with more than 800 employees who are part of the Bespoke Family. The business is at an exciting stage in its journey and growing quickly.  We work together in a wide variety of locations to support adults and children with complex care needs, and a range of both physical and mental disabilities. 

We are individual-centred and our clients' needs are at the heart of everything we do.  Our teams are passionate about working in close partnership with our clients, to provide outstanding, tailored care that promotes empowerment, and do everything possible to help our clients to access new experiences. 

Our areas of expertise include: Learning Disabilities & Autism, Spinal Injuries, Physical Disabilities, Brain Injuries, Mental Health Conditions and Children's Services.
We offer great opportunities for our support workers to join a dedicated client care team, in a supportive and friendly environment, with lots of scope for development and progression.

Reference: 52494806

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