Rehabilitation Support Worker, Croydon
£11.50 per hour weekdays, £13.50 weekends, £9.00 sleeping nights
44 hours per week (made up of two 22-hour shifts, each of which includes 8 sleeping night hours)
We are looking for a dedicated female Rehabilitation Support Worker close to the Croydon area of South London. You would be supporting a bright young woman in her 30s with a fantastic personality, working 1:1 with her in her own home.
Here’s a little more about our client:
‘I acquired a brain injury a few years ago and this has massively effected my daily living skills. I suffer from chronic pain and fatigue, as well as having impaired memory, high anxiety and confidence issues. I like to have a fun atmosphere around me with plenty of laughter and banter. I would love to be able to live as normal a life as I can and enjoy the things I love, such as arts and crafts, movies and spending time with my family. I am looking for a Rehabilitation Support Worker who can enable me to become more independent and support me in my day to day life.’
- Support progression towards planned goals, facilitate planned activities/events;
- Maintain a safe environment, maximising physical and mental well-being at all times;
- Liaise with family and professionals;
- Facilitating planned activities inside and outside the house plus driving the client to appointments;
- Support to live life to the full.
What skills & experience are required?
- Experience of working with a person with an acquired brain injury would be desirable but not essential;
- Flexibility required for weekdays, and some weekends as per the 4-week rolling rota;
- A full, clean driving licence and successful enhanced DBS disclosure required.
This is a truly rewarding role where you can make a positive impact in person’s life and to also work for an organisation with a genuine desire to make a difference in their clients lives. We understand the value of a positive working rapport with both our clients and their families, so we always adopt a supportive team approach to care. There are also excellent personal development opportunities within this role.
If you are excited by this fantastic job opportunity, then please click “apply.”
Health and Social Care Jobs is an Equal Opportunities Employer, however due to the nature of the position, this post is exempt under the Equality Act 2010. In this instance, there is a genuine occupational requirement to recruit a female.