Adult Support Worker & Advocate

  • Location:

    Stafford, UK

  • Sector:

    Adult Learning Disability

  • Job type:

    Managed Advertising

  • Contact:

    Victoria Marsden

  • Contact email:

    mas2@hscjobs.co.uk

  • Job ref:

    109/SW/STAFFORD/FEB

  • Salary:

    £8.72 per hour, plus paid training

Full or Part Time, Permanent, Job Vacancy, No Experience Needed, Adult Support Worker & Advocate, Stafford, Staffordshire.

We welcome applications from all age groups and those looking to start a career/complete career change. Transforming someone’s life every day is a reward like no other, knowing you have given someone the tools to feel more confident, or achieve a goal is amazing!

Your Employer

You could be joining an established provider of Supported Living services for adults living with Learning/Physical Disabilities, and Mental Health conditions. They aim to help people to live independently in their own homes and give them the tools to regain skills, recover from illness or develop as individuals. They are proud to be accredited by the National Autistic Society and have won several awards over the last few years. 

  • £8.46 - £8.72 per hour, Free DBS & Pension Scheme.
  • Fully Paid Training & Comprehensive Induction.
  • Flexible, Full-time, part-time and bank hours available.
  • Opportunity to gain QCF Qualifications within Social Care.
  • Career progression opportunities available.

Supporting Someone means: -

Getting to know the person you are supporting is so important, after all you are their Advocate and Companion too.  Harry is a 27-year-old with learning disabilities, Harry lives independently in his own flat but he is still vulnerable and does require support to help him with some elements of daily living, but also things like life choices, helping him with things like his finances/bills and supporting him to do the things he enjoys doing whilst keeping him safe. Harry loves the football and supports Stafford Rangers, he also plays the piano.  Harry attends college, 2 days per week, and as his support worker you would help him with his daily routine, from shopping, preparing meals, helping him with his appearance, but most of all that he is happy, safe, and content and that you support him if anything raises his anxiety or distresses him. Seeing achieve a goal and knowing you have played your part in helping him achieve it, is the best part of your job.

*Harry is just an example:  All Adults needs vary and this may include a Learning or Physical Disability or Mental Health condition.

Applying

If you have any questions about this Support Worker job vacancy or wish to apply, then please click on the apply button. Once you have applied, we would carry out an initial pre-screen of your application, your CV & application is then passed to the end employer who would then contact you directly to progress your application further. This would usually be within 24-72 hours of applying and this telephone conversation is for you to ask any questions you may have and the end employer to find out more about you.