Residential Support Worker

Recruiter
FRCE Recruitment Group
Location
London
Salary
£9 - £10/hour
Posted
10 Jul 2017
Closes
09 Aug 2017
Sector
Public Sector
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
We have permanent roles available for reliable support workers who are passionate about delivering quality care and who want to work for care & support organisations who are professional and supportive in their approach.

About the job:

You Will be support clients with Learning disabilities such as Epilepsy, Autism, Down syndrome etc. Having Experience within challenging behaviour will be crucial as you will come up against at least 1 client who will display this. It will be very beneficial for yourself and the client if you have some sort of experience within this area.

Please Note:
* You must be FULLY flexible and be able to work a variety of shifts including weekends
* Experience within Learning disabilities for adults
* You must hold a valid DBS in the last 12 months or must be happy to do a new one
* Personal care is a MUST

Please apply now with a up to date CV if you have the current experience and are able to commit to the above! And I shall be in contact with you.

For more information in the strictest of confidence e-mail Alex at (url removed) and quoting the job title and area.

FRCE Recruitment Group:
As one of the UK's leading recruiters, FRCE Recruitment Group specializes in all areas of Social Care Recruitment including Social Workers, Care Assistants, Social Worker Assistants, Community Support Workers, Residential 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