Waking Night Support Worker Job description
Join us as a Waking Night Support Worker. You will be based in a friendly home, supporting Children who have a range of support needs, including learning disabilities and autism.
Permanent Full Time
Starting at £21,000.00 per annum based on 37.5 hour per week. Salary increase with qualification Diploma in Health & Social Care (Children & Young People).
Your new job:
You will be working as part of a friendly team. Supporting vulnerable Young People with learning disability, mental health difficulties and or autism. As a Support Worker, you will play a vital part in providing the young people we support with care and be able to profoundly improve their quality of life.
Requirements of the Waking Night Support Worker role will include:
* Remaining awake throughout the night to ensure the safety of the young people we support
* Monitoring any concerns in relation to disturbed sleep patterns and follow relevant support plans designed to promote sleep and well-being
* Cleaning, stock control, administering and recording medication
* Complying with health and safety requirements and ensuring the environment at night is safe
About You as a Waking Night Support Worker
You will be:
* Caring & compassionate
* Reliable and responsible
Your rewards include:
* Free enhanced DBS checks and clearances*
* Ongoing career development to support you in achieving your ambitions
* 28 days holiday (Incl: Bank Holidays)
* Free structured and supported 24 week induction
* Personal online Learning and Development
* Opportunity to gain sector specific qualifications in the form of a Diploma in Health & Social Care (Children & Young People)
Your new employer
We at Belsteads Group treat everyone equally with dignity and respect. We believe in the strength and value of an inclusive and diverse workforce and recognise the positive contribution all employees bring regardless of age, race, ethnicity, disability, religion or belief, gender or sexual orientation.
We value the unique talents of every individual and work together to help everyone achieve their full potential by providing equality of opportunity to our team members, welcoming applicants from all backgrounds and communities.
Belstead Group vacancies are excluded from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 which means that for certain types of employment it is lawful to reject a person for employment on the grounds of a spent conviction. When making an application, job applicants are obliged to disclose all convictions, whether or not they are spent. All offers of employment are subject to Enhanced Disclosure
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