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Learning Disabilities Support Workers Ref: 50035301
Plean Dene, Shanklin
Grade 4a £19,312.00 to £19,698.00 FTE per annum or £10.01 to £10.21 per hour for Casual contracts
Vacancy Reference: 50035301
Hours: 26.5 x1
Contract Type: Permanent
The Isle of Wight Council operates Plean Dene residential Learning Disability Home which provide a safe environment for the residents enabling them to lead fulfilled and enriched lives.
We are looking to appoint positive, committed and forward-thinking Support Workers who will be supporting residents in the authority-run homes for adults with a learning disability and Behaviours that Challenge.
You will play a key role in delivering a high-quality service, which has a person-centred approach and actively supports and maximises residents' independence and life experience. Candidates will be expected to demonstrate an appropriate level of literacy and numeracy with a clear commitment to excellence. It is an important feature of these roles that residents have access to the range of community activities and we therefore welcome applications from people who are able to drive vehicles used by the residents in the homes.
You will be well supported and receive regular structured supervision, training and development opportunities.
Please note that due to the current COVID PANDEMIC all staff will be required to wear a Surgical Face Mask while on duty, and until Government Guidance changes.
For further information or an informal discussion please contact Christine Grimes on 01983 866015.
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