Support Staff

Posted 19 September by HFHC Midlands Ltd
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  • *Immediate Start* *Paid Training Provided* *Refer a Friend Scheme* *Weekly Pay* *Flexible Shifts*
  • *£8.13 - £12.80 per hour* *Day and Night Shifts*

Are you a Support Worker looking for a new challenge? Are you looking to work within a Mental Health Hospital? Do you have the drive and determination to make a difference to peoples lives?

HFHC Midlands may have an ideal opportunity for you!

We are currently recruiting for Support Workers to represent HFHC Midlands with our various clients in Welton.

We are looking for candidates with previous experience of providing support and high quality care to people with mental health needs and complex learning disabilities.We currently have availability for individuals looking to undertake shifts on a part time or full time basis to fit around other commitments.

The shifts are on a flexible basis with progression opportunities to permanent roles available for suitable candidates.

We have a variety of shifts and locations available including earlies, lates and long days.If you have experience working as a Personal Support Worker, Care Worker or Carer to adults with learning disabilities including epilepsy, autism or high vulnerability then we can offer a flexible way to work.

If successful you will be working as part of a team to deliver outstanding Personal Support and a professional service that puts the needs of the service user first.

Own transport required due to the location of the homes.Personal Support Workers - Ideally you will have a Health and Social Care Diploma Level 2 or equivalent and/or previous experience of working with vulnerable adults.

All mandatory training is provided and paid prior to your commencement. You will also be required to carry out an enhanced DBS check, this will be paid for by HFHC Midlands Ltd.

Home From Home Care are an IIP Gold standard employer and have recently been rated as Outstanding by CQC

Reference: 36150512

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