Support Worker

Posted 24 January by 360 Resourcing Solutions

Are you a Support Worker looking for your next opportunity?

Our client is currently looking for an empathetic Support Worker to join their team based in Bridlington on a part time, permanent basis working 10 hours per week. You will receive a competitive hourly rate of £11.00 per hour as well as training & supervision.

Our client offer a bespoke Case Management Service for people of all ages.  They have a reputation for taking on the more complex cases, and constantly strive to provide the most efficient and effective service possible. They are looking for a Support Worker to become part of their growing, professional team, on a full-time basis.

Ultimately their aim is to empower and support people to reach their full potential and maximize their rehabilitation opportunities in order to promote the best quality of life.

About the role

As the Support Worker you will be required to work with a 16 year old male with an acquired brain injury living in the family home in Bridlington.

Their client requires prompts and support with regards to all aspects of daily living.

The successful applicant will support access to education plus home rehabilitation activity sessions to implement therapeutic strategies. You will be supported by therapists to aid him to achieve his optimum rehabilitation potential.

No personal care required. 

What they’re looking for in their Support Worker

- Applicants require empathetic approach and the ability to work alongside family and professionals to promote and encourage daily routine and engage in home & community activities is essential.

- Previous experience working with Acquired Brain Injury clients desirable.

- Full UK driving license is preferred

If you would like to join their team as their new Support Worker then please click ‘apply’ today and complete the application form, which will be sent to you via email.

Please Note: Our client does not accept CV’s.

Reference: 34310231

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