30 hours per week
Type: Fixed term until
31st March 2021
with the Isle of Wight NHS Trust we are expanding our Onwards Care and
Independence Team to provide short term (two week) care and support to people
in their own homes who are being discharged from hospital or diverting people
from being admitted to hospital. This is to support our 2020 Winter Plan.
We are seeking
6 support workers who will work closely with the Advanced Care Practitioner,
Patient Pathway colleagues and the Regaining Independence Service colleagues to
support people to recover and stay well. You will play a key role in delivering
a high quality, personalised services, that supports people with a range of
daily living tasks so they remain at home.
experience is not necessary, candidates will be expected to be flexible and
will demonstrate a good understanding of working in a community setting as well
as working in partnership with others. As part of our team, you will benefit
from full training, full support with the opportunity to advance your career,
paid travel time and a generous leave entitlement. You will have the use of car
pool for each shift as well as guaranteed hours per week plus overtime.
You will be
working on a shift basis across the Island with your start location being
either Newport or Ryde.
Please note the
date for interviews will be Wednesday 11th November.
information or an informal discussion please contact Martin Garbett, on email@example.com to
arrange a time for an informal discussion.
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policy and are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children
and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share in this
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employees from discrimination, we actively promote the diversity of our
workforce and we provide flexible working options (where appropriate) to
support the different needs of our employees.
The Isle of Wight Council is an equal opportunities employer and is
proud to encourage applications from all cultures, backgrounds and abilities to
better reflect the diversity within our local community.
In addition to the above, the Isle of
Wight Council is a Disability Confident Employer. This means that providing an
individual meets the basic essential requirements of the advertised role and
have declared themselves as disabled, they will be offered an opportunity for
an interview within the council.
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from the recruiting manager within three weeks of the closing date, we regret
that your application will not have been successful on this occasion.