Support Worker

Posted 14 May by Ordinary Life Project Association
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Looking to change your job then come and work for The Ordinary Life Project Association (OLPA) an innovative, dynamic and vibrant Wiltshire based Charity providing a range of housing and support options for people with Learning Disabilities and/or mental illnesses.

The Support Worker role:

The Ordinary Life Project Association (OLPA) have a 3 bedded specialist service in Devizes for people with a Learning Disability who have developed dementia.

If you are interested in this specialist area of work we are looking for Day Support Workers and Waking Night Support Worker.

As a Support Worker you will be a key member of the team providing high standards of person centred care to the people we support. Interacting and communicating with the people we support in a way that promotes dignity and respect at all times.

No experience is necessary as OLPA will offer theirSupport Worker:

  • Competitive salary, with an option to increase earnings with overtime
  • a comprehensive induction package incorporating the Care Certificate, all mandatory training and Diploma as well as a wide variety of in house and external training with commitment and support with ongoing training
  • Employee well-being support
  •  Pension
  •  30 days holiday (rising to 35 days)
  • Blue Light Card
  •  Enhanced disclosure cost paid

As our Support Worker youwill need to be flexible and able to work shifts including some weekends, bank holidays and working within a 24/7 rota. 

If you would like to join our team as one of our new Support Worker then please click ‘apply’ today – don’t miss out, we’d love to hear from you!

Employment in these posts is subject to two satisfactory references and an Enhanced Disclosure from the Disclosure and Barring Service.

OLPA is a company limited by guarantee registered in England and Wales No 2067438 and registered with the Charity Commission No 295355

Reference: 52651429

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