Support Worker - Bedford - Adult LD

Recruiter
CareTech UK
Location
Bedford
Salary
£7.57 - £7.58/hour
Posted
10 Jun 2017
Closes
10 Jul 2017
Sector
Public Sector
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
CareTech Community Services is a national provider of support for people with complex and challenging behaviours associated with autism, learning disabilities, mental health illness and neurological conditions. We support people to live as independently as possible within their own homes and also in residential care.

We are looking for Support Workers to join our friendly Bedford based team, who can demonstrate a reliable and flexible approach to people with learning disabilities.

You should have the confidence to handle complex behaviours that sometimes may be deemed challenging.

Our service users have varied like’s and interests, this could be trains, cooking, art or going to the pub, and they also want to live fulfilling and independent lives.

Sometimes they need support and this is where you come in, we are after individuals with the right values to support our service users.

"We don’t just want anyone"!

We select our team members to support our service users based on individuals having the right values to work in our services.

Applicants must have a minimum NVQ Level 2 in Social Care or equivalent and willing to work towards NVQ Level 3.

All positions are subject to an enhanced DBS Check and satisfactory references.

CareTech offer good rates of pay dependant on experience and qualifications, we also offer all staff career development, through our Aspire programme from someone new in to the sector through to graduate and management development.

In return for hard work and commitment we offer a competitive salary package along with some excellent benefits to include discounted rates from many high street shops and supermarkets, household bills, insurance, holidays, entertainment, dining out and even hospital plans.

STRICTLY NO AGENCIES

* Some of our roles require male or female employees only, where this is indicated it is a genuine occupational requirement, in accordance with the Equality Act 2010