Are you passionate about making a positive difference in peoples lives.........?
Making Space provide services in the heart of local communities, in the comfort of people's own homes, and specialist care and support services. Our professional, caring employees and volunteers deliver our services with dignity, respect and compassion, focusing on outcomes that help enable the people we support have the freedom to enjoy an everyday life.
We are looking to recruit Support Workers for our Homecare Services to be delivered across Pendle, Preston, Burnley, South Ribble and Rossendale and in return we are offering a competitive salary of GBP 10.80 per hour (inclusive of travel time and mileage).
You will deliver a professional service by providing personal/care and support for service users. You will assist and aid service users to maximise their independence as part of a structured programme of care and support. With the ability to manage conflicting priorities the successful post holder will demonstrate the 'Six Cs' - care, compassion, competence, communication courage and commitment and will be supported to undertake a Level 2/3 in Health and Social Care. Previous experience in the role of Support Worker for mental health / learning disabilities would be an advantage but full training will be provided for those who do not have experience.
We are looking to recruit both full-time and part-time roles, working flexible shift patterns including evenings, weekend and waking nights.
Having your own mode of transport is essential.
We offer a comprehensive benefits package including flexible working, the option to buy additional annual leave, a Company Contributory Pension Scheme, Employee Assistance Programme and access to on-line and high street discounts. We are also fully committed to your learning by running in-house training workshops and investing in your continued personal development.
Making Space is committed to building a culturally diverse work place and encourages applicants from minority candidates.
Please apply online and attach your CV.
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