United Kingdom, GBP 640 - 736 per week Training bonus, holiday pay, SSP, Employed (PAYE)
Posted: 11 days ago
** Incentives – Training and training bonuses, great pay, supportive Care Managers, potential for career progression. **
We currently have a vacancy for a female live in enabler within our support team working with people with LD, Autism and Complex Needs supporting a lovely, happy young man with complex needs. You will work with a double up enabler to provide the following support:
b) All personal care
c) PEG feeding and administration of medication
d) Supporting him to attend the day centre
Specialist training for this position will be provided by a team of professionals involved in this young man’s care.
We are looking for an enthusiastic, caring enabler who can deliver reliable, quality care and support to this young man as part of the team enabling him to live in his own home. This package of support is a live in position with at least 2x7hours a week breaks, with no night care responsibilities.
As a member of our live in team you can expect:
• Excellent training and development,
• Supportive management and 1-2-1 monthly supervisions and annual appraisal,
• Shadowing with an experienced carer before lone working.
• Training bonuses
• Holiday pay & statutory sick pay
• Potential for career progression.
1.) Supporting the Service User in his own homes and attending local activities with him in the community.
2.) Maintaining up to date records of visits.
3.) Attending supervisions with Care Managers to discuss Care Plans and Service User progress.
4.) Complete all necessary training and attend any extra (Service User specific) training that the Care Manager deems necessary.
5.) Stay up to date with Policies and Procedures.
6.) Attend team meetings
7.) Drive preferred but not essential
1.) Positive can-do attitude with a proven track record of putting energy and enthusiasm into previously assigned tasks.
2.) Experience with adults with LD, Autism and complex needs from either a practical hands on role or through education.
3.) Have a diverse range of relevant skills, knowledge and experience of working with people with complex needs.
4.) Good listening, time management and communications skills.
5.) Have good written skills and basic IT.
6.) Desire to make a difference in the lives of people with LD, Autism and complex needs.