Waking Night Support Worker needed for cover residential children’s home's and adults with learning difficulties services within the Worthing to Brighton area. Hours that can fit around your commitments, excellent pay rates and the opportunity to work within a friendly and supportive team! Sound interesting? Please read on then apply now.
Waking Night Support Worker role: Peters Dean Care assist a wide variety of residential children's homes and services for adults with learning disabilities to assist them with staff cover on a variety of day shifts, and also need help with covering a Waking Night Support Worker shifts. Waking Night shifts tend to start around 9.30/10pm and finish around 7.30/8am. They can work well around commitments such as childcare, studies and other jobs and can offer part or full-time hours. We are committed to your professional development and will look to assist you in enrolling on a Level 3 course, should you not already be qualified.
Benefits of Waking Night Support Worker role:
• Pick and choose what hours suit you- no need to commit to a rigid rota
• Excellent pay rates, weekly payroll and holiday pay too!
• Access to work at a large number of fantastic social care providers
• Opportunity to complete Level 3 Residential care qualifications
• Friendly, experienced and supportive team
Waking Night Support Worker Criteria: You must have professional social care experience and a passion for supporting vulnerable people. We are looking for people who are keen to develop their qualifications and practice, and who have the desire and drive to be an asset on shift rather than just a number. You will need to be able to work the types of shifts mentioned above and within this role it is necessary to be able to drive to access the services.
Please send your CV now and we will be in touch for an initial discussion.
- Residential Homes
- support worker
- social care
- night work
- waking night