Support Worker (Polish Speaking)

Posted 16 October by Team Medical

Team Medical - Care / Support Workers (Polish Speaking)

We are recruiting for Polish Speaking Support Workers who have a adaptable personality to support a male individual within the community in the Southampton Area. The individual has a Brain Injury and requires support with prompting of everyday tasks, accessing the community to day centre. Shift pattern : 08:00 - 18:00 X 7 days per week.... full time or part time hours to suit. The support worker will speak fluent Polish and English, have good communicational skills, and be able to record / write in English.

This role will vary from day to day and is a great challenge for anyone looking to develop themselves, take fantastic job satisfaction for the support role you deliver.

If you feel you have a positive attitude, good at tuning into others Team Medical would love to hear from you.

All our support workers / care workers are to complete an Enhanced DBS check, if you have joined the up date service please let us know.. as this can fast track you through our recruitment process.

Team Medical offer a supportive employment journey:

* Free Care Certificate Training / Qualification.

* Free Clinical Training

* Flexible Working Hours / shift patterns

* Regular Supervisions / Appraisals

* Excellent Hourly Pay Rate.

* Equivalent of 28 days paid holiday per year (pro rata)

* Dedicated support Team within the office 24/7

* Free DBS checking

If you feel you would like to join a great Team... please apply and our recruitment Team will get back to you.

*This is a genuine occupational qualification, in accordance with schedule 9, part 1 of the Equality Act 2010*

Required skills

  • Community Support
  • Health Care
  • Personal Care
  • Social Care
  • Support Workers

Application questions

Do you have experience as a care worker / support worker?
Do you drive?
Are you willing to travel?
Can you speak the Polish Language?

Reference: 36376259

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