Basic Support Worker (Casual)

Salary
£18,065 pro rata (£9.36 per hour)
Location
Bridlington and Driffield
Employment type
Part Time
Closing date
Job closes on 9 September
Job reference
Job reference: BCOM000519
Apply link
Description

The job itself

Job Term: Casual

Appointment Type: Casual

Days of work: Mon-Fri

Hours per week: Various

Place of Work: Waterview Lodge, Driffield

The post of Basic Support Worker has become available to support vulnerable adults within a busy day service team.  

The ideal candidate will have experience within a care environment including previous experience of working with adults with a learning disability and/or older people. The role will include supporting people with personal care needs and providing support within established groups.

The successful candidate will need to be willing to complete The Care Certificate on commencement of the post. This will be provided by the ERYC and will take approximately 12 weeks. NVQ Level 2 or equivalent qualification in care would be desirable. All other relevant training will be provided.

We are looking for an enthusiastic person, with the ability to support a variety of individuals this would be in a variety of areas such as leisure, sport, health and wellbeing, life skills and community activities. The successful person will be passionate about providing the best service possible. They will be proactive in helping people to maintain their independence and be able to respond positively to the changing needs of the people who use our service.

Candidates should have the necessary written and verbal communication skills to ensure that we are working to a high standard. Record keeping and report writing are an important part of the role. 

The hours of this post are on a casual basis, but there is a requirement that people can sometimes be flexible to meet the needs of the service.

If you feel that you are the right person for this post please evidence in your application how your knowledge and experience meets the criteria of the Employee Specification and Job Outline.

If you would like more information or an informal chat or visit to the service please contact Janet Tuddenham 01377 240782.

Applicants should be aware that applications are sent to the recruiting manager at the end of each month/the beginning of the month. If there is no casual work available at that time, your application will be held on file for a period of six months only. If, during that time, casual work becomes available, your application will be shortlisted as per the normal recruitment process and you will be contacted as to whether or not you have been shortlisted for interview. You will be informed (via email) if there is no casual work available. If you have not heard from us at all regarding your application form, you may contact us and we will try to update you, or alternatively you can contact the recruiting manager Janet Tuddenham on 01377 240782.

 

Closing date: 9th September 2020

Interview date: ongoing

Please find a link below to download the job outline and employee specification:
Job Outline and Employee specification (PDF file, download size 148.92 kb)

Have you looked at the every day is different website and taken the test to see if care is right for you?

https://www.everydayisdifferent.com

Information on working in adult social care

http://www2.eastriding.gov.uk/council/working-with-our-partners/adult-social-care/working-in-adult-social-care/

Please find a link below to download important Information for applicants

 

Information for applicants – External (PDF file, download size 15kb)

 

Internal Candidates

If you already work for the council and have an Employee Self Service (ESS) account, please login to apply online using your ESS username and password. Please ensure you have a preferred email address in your contact details in your ESS account before starting an application form as this will prevent submission.

Based on the latest evidence of significant asymptomatic transmission in care homes we have been advised that providers should take all possible steps to minimise staff movement between care homes, to stop infection spreading between locations.

Therefore:

- We will not accept applications via Choose Care for those already employed in the Health or Social Care Sectors who are seeking roles in addition to their current employment.


- Anyone seeking to move from one health/social care organisation to another would need to relinquish their current position and undergo a 14 day quarantine (self isolation) to manage any risk of transmission. (This period would not be funded through Choose Care).