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Casual Day Support Team Worker REF: 45002238
Community Outreach, The Gouldings, Freshwater and The Adelaide, Ryde, Isle of Wight
Grade 4 being £9.74 per hour
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Vacancy Reference: 45002238
Hours: Various per week
We are looking to appoint positive, committed and forward looking Support Workers who will be supporting people in promoting their independence; working primarily within the Gouldings and Adelaide, and also the Community Outreach Teams currently based at both Resource Centres.
You will play a key role in supporting the centres to deliver a high quality service, which has a person centred approach and actively supports and maximises individual’s independence. Candidates will be expected to demonstrate an appropriate level of literacy and numeracy. You will be well supported and receive regular structured supervision, training and development opportunities. An NVQ2 Qualification in care is desirable, but not essential.
For further information or an informal discussion please contact Duty Manager, on 01983 752135 or 568621.
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