Support Worker, Sittingbourne
£10.50 per hour
12-hour day shifts, 08.00-20.00, weekends only (this could increase over coming months)
We are looking for a female Support Worker living close to the Sittingbourne area of Kent to support our client, a young lady with severe physical and cognitive impairments due to sustaining a brain injury. This job would be working weekend hours, and occasional afternoon/evening shifts.
This role may also be considered for a possible job share and an alternate weekend working pattern.
We are seeking a patient, caring and supportive individual with the enthusiasm and passion to support a young girl with her personal care needs, nutrition, mobility and therapy needs, and to also accompany her and her father on outings on the weekends.
This is a truly rewarding role, you will be making a positive impact in this girl’s life and to also work for an organisation with a genuine desire to make a difference in their client’s 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.
What experience and skills are required to be a Support Worker?
- It is essential that you hold NVQ Level 3 in Health & Social Care, or equivalent;
- Previous experience/knowledge in a similar role or working with individuals with brain injuries is desirable;
- Full driving licence with one year’s driving experience is also essential;
- Successful DBS Disclosure and referencing required.
You will need to be an empathetic, highly motivated individual that is willing to learn. You will need to possess good organisational skills but above all you will require a strong desire to make a difference to a person’s life.
If you are excited by this rewarding job opportunity and you have the skills we are looking for, then we would love to hear from you, so please click “apply.”
We are 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.