Support Worker (Full and Part Time) Ref:3006003

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Job Title: Support Worker full time and part time
Location: Fairfield, Liverpool L6 area
Salary: £9.00 - £9.23 per hour


Hours: Full time 35 hours a week (3 - 4 long day shifts per week including some weekends)
Are you naturally chatty, caring and keen to make a difference?


Would you like to support others to lead a fulfilling life and to overcome barriers?
Then we want to talk to you about joining our fantastic team in Liverpool at our brand new service which is opening in January 2022.


As a support worker you will be working as part of a team providing support to individuals who have Learning Disabilities and enduring mental health issues, enabling them to enjoy a fulfilling and independent life at home and within the community.

The role is very rewarding, It gives you the opportunity to meet great people and be part of something truly amazing. We encourage every person we look after to follow their dreams, to live independently and help them achieve their personal goals.
No two days are the same but the role will involve;
• Helping with the challenges of everyday life such as; dressing, cooking and general household tasks
• Participate in hobbies, supporting with social engagements and enabling our people to live their best life
• Ensure safeguarding responsibilities are met and to protect the adults rights to live safely and free from abuse or neglect


The ideal person;
• We welcome applications from experienced and non experienced candidates as we provide full training.
• Passionate about making a difference
• An interest or understanding of mental health issues would be beneficial
• Non judgemental
• Patient and understanding
• A good sense of humour during sometimes challenging situations


We value our employees and are proud to offer:
• Paid DBS
• CPD Accredited induction, ongoing training & development including Care Certificate, apprenticeship opportunities and specialist learning
• Opportunities for Career progression, including NVQ qualifications
• Optional overtime with flexible working
• Paid 28 days annual leave inclusive of bank holidays
• Pension Scheme
• Employee Assistance Programme available 24/7 for you and your family
• Monthly Employee prize draw and competitions
• Refer a friend scheme with financial rewards



The company:
Aspirations Care have been supporting adults with learning disabilities, mental health issues and Autism to have a lifestyle that matters to them since 2004. Our aim is to support and encourage individuals to achieve their full potential, no matter how challenging.
At Aspirations we value all colleagues, regardless of age. We are proud to offer pay over the statutory minimum set for young workers and have no set retirement age.
Aspirations is an equal opportunities employer and positively encourages applications from suitability qualified and eligible candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief, marital status or pregnancy and maternity.
This organisation is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of the vulnerable adults that we support and expects all staff to share this commitment. Any offer of employment will be subject to satisfactory references and a satisfactory Enhanced DBS Disclosure.

Pay
£9.00 - £9.23
Closing date
12/11/2021
Hours
Hours: Full time 35 hours a week (3 - 4 long day shifts per week including some weekends)
How to apply
To apply for this position, send a copy of your CV to jane.may@aspirationscare.com

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