Healthcare & Pharmaceuticals
£10 Per Hour
Support Worker – Stoke-on-Trent
Hours of Work: Various hours available covering a 7-day rota
Salary: £10.00 per hour, plus benefits
Are you looking for a Support Worker role with a company that will recognise your effort?
This Support Worker role offers daily opportunities to make a difference to people’s lives and to become a key part of a team to deliver care and support to residents of high-quality, person-centred care provider. Our client offers a rewarding opportunity within a supportive team of experienced mentors and peers, fully funded training, life assurance scheme and free on-site parking.
As part of your role as Support Worker you will become a key part of a team to deliver care and support to residents living in the extracare scheme/s.
The responsibilities include:
- To administer medication following appropriate training and assessment
- To assist service users in achieving personal development and greater independence, by encouraging their involvement in all decisions affecting all aspects of their lives.
- Report any concerns of potential abuse of a service user in line with The Group Safeguarding Policy.
- To work with families and other agencies to ensure continuity of service and communications.
- At all times work in accordance with any regulatory standards or regulations relating to the provision of care.
I am very keen to speak to anyone with experience in one of the following job roles:
- Support Worker;
- Care Worker;
- Care Home Care Worker.
Our client is one of the largest social housing providers in the West Midlands. They have an excellent reputation in the market and years of experience in care provision. The office environment is friendly and supportive offering employees a support from experienced mentors. Our client offers great learning and development opportunities. They have free parking on site.
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