Hours: 30 per week
Contract Type: Permanent
Community Outreach which includes Reablement are looking to appoint Community Support Workers Island wide.
You will play a key role in supporting to deliver a high-quality service, which has a person-centred approach and actively supports and maximises their independence. Candidates will be expected to demonstrate a good understanding of working in a domiciliary setting. This is a very rewarding role and is ideally suited to both who are experienced and those who are new to Caring.
As part of an enthusiastic team and a fulfilling role, you will benefit from shift-based pay, rather than contact time as well as guaranteed hours per week plus overtime. You will be working on a shift basis across the island with the Outreach team which is based at Sandown. However, your start location will be either Newport or Ryde.
This post is for an essential car user however you may have access to a pool car (full manual car licence preferred).
· Full paid training provided
· Paid annual leave
· Enhanced rates on bank holidays
· 45p mileage allowance
· Opportunity to study for Diploma in Health and Social Care
· Employee recognition
· Uniform and regular supervisions
For further information or an informal discussion, please contact our Assistant Managers on 01983 823830.
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