Social Care

Autism Support Worker

Contract Part Time Permanent Temporary

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Learning disabilities support worker

Pay Rate: £9.91- £10.13 per hour (up to £11.35 inc holiday entitlement)

Shifts: 10am – 6pm, 10am – 10pm, 3pm- 10pm , 10pm – 7am , 7am – 2:30pm

Full time and part time positions available

Location GU33

Our homes across Hampshire are recruiting for Residential Support Workers!

We are looking for enthusiastic, caring and passionate people to become an integral part of our support team. In this role, you will support our adult people and be responsible for providing compassionate care during your time with them.

In this role, you’ll…

* Offer enhanced care with a flexible learning approach for all the people in our care

* Provide guidance & encouragement through physical & emotional support

* Learn about individuals’ specific needs & provide help in the most appropriate way

* Assist with medical & welfare needs and report as required

* Safeguard residents

* The opportunity to support residents to attend activities within the community such as bowling, cinema, restaurant visits, swimming, and many more!

Our benefits include

· Comprehensive induction

· Commitment to your ongoing training

· Career progression

· Pension scheme

· Paid for enhanced DBS

· Wellbeing support

· Sleep Ins £60

· Flexible Shifts

* Competitive rates of pay

Our services support adult people 18+, so it comes to no surprise that positive relationships with staff and Residents is at the forefront of what we do.

As part of Adult’s Services, we are immensely proud of the career pathway and training we can offer you. We ask that you can demonstrate the values needed for a role, transferable skills, and life experience and in return we will give you all the training and support you need to progress to become a Residential Support Worker and further.

A few characteristics you will need to be successful in this role:

Resilience – We support some of the most vulnerable adults in society who have varying degrees of emotional behavioural difficulties, autism, ADHD and associated difficulties so there will be times where your resilience is challenged.

Experience – personal or professional experience in supporting adult or child

Communication – Communicating with our young people is vital to understand their needs. Good teamwork and communication plays a key part in ensuring important information is relayed to other staff.

Organisation – You’ll need to be confident and organised in updating care plans and reporting information that will be relevant to the care of our young people.

Caring – Our young people require the best care we can offer. If you are a naturally caring and compassionate person, this is the role for you.

Attentive – No person is the same so being attentive to understand them and identify areas where we can support is important.

Above all, we provide a supportive and collaborative working environment where you can flourish in your career and feel incredibly rewarded by helping those who need it most.

All applicants must be willing to undergo safeguarding screening appropriate to the post, including checks with Disclosure & Barring Service and 2 references which cover the last 3 years; for all our services we will request references from where you have worked with either Children or Vulnerable Adults.

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