Support Workers for Jane
Jane loves a bit of banter and is looking for support workers with a good sense of humour. She is trendy and enjoys shopping, bingo, arts and crafts, music and dancing as well as spending time with her family.
Position/s: Support Workers
Salary: £10.15 p.h. plus £70 per sleep
Hours: Full and Part time available
Closing Date: 15th July 2022
Ref Code: KG/LR
Essential for this job
These positions have a “genuine occupational requirement” covered under the Sex Discrimination Act 1975 and therefore only applicants from females can be considered.
Must be willing to support someone with Epilepsy
- We reward our staff with competitive salaries
- We offer an Award Winning Pension Scheme
- We have a company sick pay scheme
- Excellent annual leave allowance, including top up pay
- A really good 5 day induction
- Ongoing high quality training
- Career development opportunities
- A real chance to make a difference to someone’s life
- Become part of a ground breaking organisation
- Become a valued member of our staff
Jane is looking to recruit some additional support workers to join her dedicated team. People who can support her to achieve her hopes and dreams for her future; which includes travelling and to be in a loving relationship. As a support worker you would be expected to work on your own initiative as well as working as part of a small team to help Jane achieve her goals. She will need to be a committed staff member who believes in her and can help her become more independent which includes supporting her with her epilepsy. You will need to be motivated and enthusiastic passing this on to Jane to encourage her to participate in activities that will help her to develop. She needs staff who can be flexible in their job role. Jane is also very close to her family who play a significant role in her life, and enjoys spending time with them especially her nieces and nephew. She would like her team to help her learn skills so that she can babysit her nieces and nephew and build up positive relationships with them. She would like to explore the possibility of building up relationships in the local community and make friends of her own choosing. You would be expected to look for new opportunities and take the chance to participate in these when the occasion arises. Jane will also need support to manage her budget.
Ideally you will:
- Have a confident demeanour with some resilience
- Be calm and patient
- Have a love of music
- Like cats
- Enjoy arts and crafts
- Have good organisational skills
- Have good IT skills
- Be reliable and a good timekeeper
- Be able to do shift work, including weekends.
A DBS (Disclosure & Barring Service) Check will be requested in the event of the individual being offered a position with Beyond Limits, the cost of which will be to the employee, however, this will be returned after successful completion of probation period (6 months).
For an informal conversation about this position or to contact us by email please see contact details at the bottom of this page.
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