Town View Short Breaks service provides respite and emergency placement’s for up to 14 people who have a learning disability and associated needs. New house is a permeant home for 8 Adults who have a learning disability and associated needs. Both services are located on the same site in the centre of Beverley.
We are looking for a self-motivated, positive, and committed person to join our team which offers person –centred support and approaches to individuals to ensure they are able to enjoy their preferred choice of daily routine and activity.
Duties will include supporting people with their individual personal care needs in order to ensure their safety and well -being; maintaining daily electronic records for individuals, contributing to reviews and quality monitoring of service provision, light domestic duties, and supporting areas of health and safety monitoring.
Previous experience of working within social care is not necessary as full training will be given, but you must be able to demonstrate good customer focus.
You will have good verbal and written communication skills, also and be able to offer organised yet flexible approaches, as part of a team, within the workplace. NVQ or QCF Level 2/3 in Care is desirable as is a willingness to undertake training relevant to the post, including completion of the Care Certificate (if not already completed).
Hours of work will be completed over seven days per week, on a four week shift rota pattern, including weekends and bank holidays. Shifts are a mixture of early, 7am to 3pm and late 2.45pm to 10.45pm.
This is a permanent position of 24 hours per week.
For further information and informal discussion please contact Rebecca Thomson, on 01482 869935
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This post is subject to medical and enhanced DBS clearance.
This role involves either direct work or regular visiting to a CQC registered care home. In light of the Government's decision to revoke mandatory vaccination legislation with effect from 15 March 2022, applicants will not be required to be fully vaccinated against Covid-19 to undertake this post. The Council continues to promote vaccination against Covid-19 in keeping with NHS and Public Health guidance.