Support Worker Night – Clacton-on-Sea
Clacton on Sea
About the Support Worker Role:
As a Support Worker, you will be working with individuals who have complex and challenging needs, requiring behavioural support while promoting their independence. No two days are the same and the support you provide, makes a huge difference to the individual you will be supporting, helping them to live full and happy live
Providing exceptional person-centred care. Building meaningful relationships with them, their families, and other professionals. Working within our Residential, Supported Living Services. Having a background in supporting people with complex and challenging needs and autism in a previous role within a social care environment is desirable, although it is not essential.
We are keen to hear from experienced staff and new to care staff.
• Online Care Certificate and evidence portfolio (accept transferable evidenced certificate)
• Virtual induction covering autism and care compliance
• Shift Shadowing
• On the job observation and assessments
About the Service: York Mews
York Mews, we have 7 individual flats where we provide supported living for the people we support.
Ideally located close to the beach, shops, and other amenities
Everyone we support is unique and at York Mews we pride ourselves on treating everyone as an individual.
Responsibilities of a Support Worker:
The Support Worker role may include but not be limited to:
• Support individuals within the community in their individual activities
• Uphold their privacy, confidentially and dignity
• Assisting individuals with personal care and hygiene
• Administering medication
• Household management tasks cooking, cleaning etc.
• Handle money to shop, going to the bank etc
• Working with individuals who can display challenging behaviours hurting self or others, running away, throwing things, swearing, shouting.
• Working with and supporting individuals with additional needs, such as autism, complex needs and learning disabilities.
• To form good working relationships with other members of staff across different services.
• May include lone working
• Ensuring written records are correctly maintained
Qualities of a Support Worker:
• Understanding everyone’s abilities and support needs
• Promoting independence and choice
• Promoting equality, diversity & inclusion
• Form good working relationships with other members of staff
• A commitment to continuous personal development and learning.
Benefits We Offer you as a Support Worker:
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