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Care Worker

£19,079 per year (ERYC Grade 4 pro rata includes salary supplement)
Term Entry
Type Hours
Part Time (31 hours per week)
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday
Beechwood ILS, Welton, Brough, HU15 1ZR
Closing date
Job closes on 12 June
Interview date
Interviews are To be confirmed
Service area
Service area: Adult Specialist Services
Job reference
Job reference: ADSS000130
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The job itself

We are looking for someone who enjoys working with people and has good core values and ethics. Someone who can demonstrate an understanding of the changing needs of older people with a learning disability. Are you self-motivated and committed to fulfilling this role?

If so, then we are seeking you to join our team in a Care Worker role, working across our 24 hour Independent Supported Living Scheme in Welton.

The Supported Housing Team is a CQC registered service that works across local communities, to support people who have a learning disability to live as independently as possible in their own homes.

We have 31 hours per week available. Hours and rota pattern will be discussed at interview. There is an expectation to work shifts and weekends, which includes earlies and late shifts and some bank holidays.

Equivalent hourly rate is £11.18 + £0.52 (market supplement rate uplift)

You will be able to offer:

  • good verbal and written communication skills
  • a person centred and flexible approach
  • to work on your own initiative when lone working
  • to take a common-sense approach to day-to-day organisation and problem solving
  • to work in partnership with families and other agencies
  • good time management skills and desirably a knowledge of the support planning and risk assessment process

Ideally, you will also hold a full driving licence and have your own vehicle for use for work purposes (travel mileage allowances paid), however this is not essential.

Duties within this role will include:

  • working with a small staff team to ensure good standards of support to individuals in their home to support independence and choice in terms of their daily routines and activities
  • personal care routines, household tasks, menu planning and cooking, medication and health appointments, social activities and outings, employment, hobbies and interests
  • supporting people to achieve their desired outcomes
  • ensuring good health and safety and administrative recording systems are in place

You must be willing to develop skills and undertake required training for the role (This will include the East Riding Care Certificate portfolio).

In return, you will receive a competitive salary, a range of wellbeing and discount scheme benefits, the opportunity to develop professionally, access to quality training and experiential learning, and the support of an excellent manager and team.


Want to know more?

Get in touch for more information.

Michelle Chapman
Senior Care Officer
01482 666861
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