We are looking for a friendly and positive support worker, who will work closely with the team to promote a positive culture in the service of a young gentleman with autism and a learning disability.
The individual we support is very independent and enjoys carrying out physical activities such as gardening, dog walking, swimming, gym etc. He has a great sense of humour and is very knowledgeable about TV programs, current affairs and sport. You will be providing a variety of support needs including cooking, cleaning, medication management and day to day activities in house and in the community.
This position is suited to individuals who are committed, patient and dedicated to working as a team to continue to improve this gentleman’s quality of life.
Sleep in support is required.
Please note applicants must be able to drive with a current driving licence.
Due to the needs of this person and the requirements of the service, any female applicants must be over 40*
* Some of our roles requires males, females, race and age specific employees only. Where this is indicated, this is a genuine occupational requirement in accordance with the Equality Act 2010.
A support worker is great at building relationships, kind, respectful, patient and supports people to live they life they choose. It is a varied role that can include anything from supporting someone with household tasks like cooking to supporting someone with their hobbies and interests. Everyday is different as a support worker and you will be making a difference to someone’s life everyday.
*Some of our roles requires males, females, race and age specific employees only. Where this is indicated, this is a genuine occupational requirement in accordance with the Equality Act 2010
You already have what it takes to get started, your life skills are invaluable to us!
We have over 25 years’ experience delivering first-class, person-centred support, with all of our services being rated “Good” by the CQC. You will be joining an organisation that is devoted to delivering the best possible support to make a difference in people’s lives
Bethphage is a registered charity which was established in 1994 and provides support to adults with learning disabilities, autism and mental health needs in Shropshire and the West Midlands.
Once you have completed your application form on-line, we will call you to have an informal chat to discuss the role. Where safe, the second interview will be face-to-face and involve the people we support. The whole process is relaxed and gives us the opportunity to get to know you and, you to get to know Bethphage.
A full detailed job description can be obtained by contacting our HR team on 01743 272880
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