Team Leader – Supported Living South
Team Leader – Supported Living
Working at TLC is enormously varied and fulfilling. No two days are the same, but every day ends with a sense that you’ve made a difference to people’s lives.
We have opportunities for full time or part time working. All requests for flexible working will be considered.
We are passionate, resilient, kind-hearted and creative. Working in social care allows us to support adults with learning disabilities, autism and complex mental health needs. Work is challenging but always rewarding.
As a Team Leader you will not only provide exceptional care and assistance for the people we support but you will have the increased responsibility and duties to support and assist our Support Workers. Taking direction from the Registered Manager you will lead a team of Support Workers, promoting good practice and acting as a positive role model.
Key responsibilities for a Support Worker:
Supervising Participating, planning and running the day to day duties of shift and Support Workers.
Daily Living Provide support in a way that promotes dignity and independence including, personal care, administering medication, household activities, financial support and promoting health and wellbeing.
Community attending appointments, social and educational activities
Companionship assisting with individuals emotional, social and spiritual needs whilst encouraging independence and choice.
Record Keeping maintaining records and reports Recording and completing any appropriate documentation.
In return we offer:
- £10.00 per hour
- Paid DBS
- Extensive training and qualifications including Care Certificate
- 2-week induction with shift shadowing
- Blue Light Card (exclusive health and social benefit)
- “The Loyalty Club” including discounts on retail, leisure, holidays, fashion, gifts, groceries and much more
- Career Development
- Employee Assistance Programme (EAP)
- Referral bonus of £300
- 6 weeks annual leave
- Auto enrolment pension scheme
Please note all applicants must already hold the legal right to work in the UK to be able to fulfil this role.