Support Worker

Recruiter
FRCE Recruitment Group
Location
London
Salary
£8.50 - £9.50/hour
Posted
10 Jun 2017
Closes
09 Jul 2017
Sector
Public Sector
Contract Type
Contract
Hours
Full Time
Support Worker typical duties will involve assisting the residents to bathe, get dressed, prepare light meals and undertake social activities. You may also accompany the individuals in the community and attend appointments, or just be there to provide companionship throughout the day.

You should be an effective communicator with a caring approach, and understand the importance of providing support with dignity. You must be willing to work across a Rota pattern which may include some weekend and evening work.

You will have a good knowledge of safeguarding and adopt a person centered approach to the care and support you deliver.

If you have a DBS that is registered with the online update service, we can offer you work more quickly.

You will:
* Have at least 6 months experience as a care assistant or care worker or support worker
* Hold a valid DBS (Conducted in the last 12 months) or registered with the online update service
* Be able to work a shift pattern across mornings, evenings, nights, weekends
* Be passionate about working in care, flexible and adaptable

For more information in the strictest of confidence e-mail Kaz at (url removed)

FRCE:
As one of the UK's leading Social Care recruiters, FRCE specialise in all areas of Social Care recruitment including Social Workers, Care Assistants, Social Worker Assistants, Community Support Workers, Outreach Workers & Day Centre Officers.

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The FRCE Recruitment Group is committed to equality and value diversity. We welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation or age. We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults