Support Worker

Gray Healthcare
20 Jun 2019
24 Jun 2019
Contract Type
As a Support Worker you will join a specialist team supporting an individual in their own home. You will be an instrumental part of this team and will receive outstanding clinical support, leadership and person-centred training.
Our clinical teams will develop recovery focus plans to inform the Support Worker's contribution promoting a structured and meaningful week, enabling the individual to achieve their full potential. You will build strong and trusting working relationships and in this varied position you will support the individual to develop or regain life skills assisting participation in community life.
We require a Support Worker to work on a permanent rota full time with sleep ins. We will also consider applicants looking for bank hours. We are particularly interested in candidates who have experience as a Support Worker or have performed as a Recovery Worker, Mental Health Specialist, Learning Disabilities or Autism Specialist, Outreach Worker, Crisis Worker and Forensic Worker.
If you are a team player with great communication skills, possess an NVQ/QCF 3 or willingness to complete the qualification with Gray Healthcare we'd love to hear from you. It is desirable that you're a car driver as the client may have a mobility vehicle.
The successful applicant will receive GBP24,029 pro rata based on 36 hours + a sleep in each week, this equates to GBP10 per waking hour and we pay you weekly. In addition we provide ongoing high quality bespoke training, 5.6 weeks holiday inc. bank holidays, a healthcare cash plan and the chance to develop with a vibrant, growing organisation.
Gray Healthcare provides dedicated healthcare in the home promoting quality of life and independence in order to create the best possible chance for sustained recovery.
Disclosure and Barring Service Check
This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and as such it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly known as CRB) to check for any previous criminal convictions.