This rewarding job vacancy for male Specialist Adult Support Workers in Shirebrook, Derbyshire, is a great opportunity to start your career in Adult Social Care. No experience is needed because as an organization we offer comprehensive training and support towards qualifications and progression opportunities.
You could be looking to start a career in Adult Social Care or be looking for a complete career change. Our Support Workers come from a broad range of backgrounds and age groups and together they make the support we deliver fantastic!
As an organization our key goal is to make a real difference to the lives of the people we support. These adults are all unique and each one of them has their own individual personalities, needs and varying levels of support. We deliver exceptional support for people with Learning Disabilities, Autism, Mental illness, and associated needs. We develop our Supported Living Services around the individual and create a clear pathway of support that is tailored to them.
To support someone with a Learning Disability or Mental Health condition you do need some unique qualities, qualities that just come natural to some people. Being caring, empathetic, calm, a fantastic role model as well as been an excellent team player. One thing that is key is that you always protect the individual’s privacy, dignity and their welfare is always paramount.
To apply for this Specialist Support Worker job vacancy, please send us your CV and we will be in touch. We will contact you within 24-72 hours to have a chat about the role, answer any questions, and to tell you so much more about joining our great team
We are an equal opportunities employer and promote diversity throughout our organisation. In this instance, there is a genuine occupational need to recruit males under the Equality Act 2010.
Permanent, Full-Time job vacancy, Registered Area Manager (Learning Disabilities), Derby, Derbyshire, to oversee Supported Living/Residential services across the region.
The job could also suit someone living in Chesterfield (40-minute commute/28-miles via A38), Swadlincote (35-minute/15-miles via A38) and surrounding areas of Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire, or Staffordshire.
We are recruiting on behalf of an organisation who have been established since the early 90s and have grown to be a national provider of support to people living with Learning Disabilities and Autism. Their core ethos is to empower the people they support to have more choice and greater control over their own lives. All their team follow the same values and they strongly believe that disabilities are no barrier to a person being able to achieve their goals and reach their potential. It is the cornerstone to everything this provider does.
This Registered Area Manager job could be an exciting opportunity for the right candidate. You would be overseeing these new services. It would mean you would be leading the services from the start, setting the standards and values, and put your own stamp on the services.
The services are currently at zero occupancy and initially you would be hands on to get the services up and running, providing leadership and mentorship to the services. You would start recruiting your team across the area, support the day-to-day running, and ensuring the level of support is always of a high-quality. Once established, your role will then be more operational and strategic, growing the services and leading them into the future. Could you….
If you have the experience and skills we are looking for in this role and you are excited by this opportunity, then please click apply.
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Full-time, permanent job vacancy, Team Manager/Leader (Learning Disabilities), Chesterfield, Derbyshire.
Our service provides care, support and enablement for adults living with Learning/Physical Disabilities and Mental Health conditions in a Supported Living setting. We develop our services around the individual at all stages of their care pathway. We have been established for over 20-years and we continue to grow and develop services across England.
As our Team Manager/Leader, you will provide clear, structured, leadership to the local teams, ensuring that the highest standard of care and support is always provided. The role will also involve:
If you have any questions about this Team Manager/Leader job or wish to apply, then please click on the apply button. Do not worry if you have any questions, we will call you once you have applied and answer any questions you may have regarding joining our team.
Our client is an equal opportunities employer and promotes diversity throughout the organisation.
We have several full-time, permanent job vacancies for Residential Support Workers close to the Newark-on-Trent area of Nottinghamshire. We also have vacancies in the Norton Disney and Lincolnshire areas.
You would be joining a private care organisation who specialise in supporting adults living with Learning Disabilities, Autism, and complex care needs.
With a CQC Outstanding rating for their Residential services, this is an exciting opportunity to join a fantastic organisation. They are built on fantastic values too, they want to create a home in the community where the adults they support can flourish, achieve their goals, and live a rewarding life, no matter what the barrier. There are endless opportunities with this role, they will also give you the support you need to create a long-lasting, rewarding career with them. They will encourage you to progress and develop, so with hard work and dedication, you could be the Manager of the future.
The Homes & Your Role
They have vacancies across all their Residential Services. Each home is decorated to a high, modern standard, and set in beautiful grounds. There are communal areas for residents to enjoy and always lots of activities going on, the atmosphere at each of the homes is brilliant. As a Residential Support Worker, you will support residents with all aspects of day-to-day life, from promoting life skills like cooking and cleaning, to joining them on fun activities both inside and outside of the home. You will help create a happy, stable environment for the welfare of all the residents.
If you have the skills and experience, we are looking for, and you are interested in our Residential Support Worker job vacancy, then please click apply. Don’t worry if you have any questions, once you apply, we will give you a call to tell you more, get to know you, and look to progress your application.