Support Worker - Adults

Contract type: Permanent

Location: Coalville

Salary: £19,173 - Pro-Rata

Application Deadline:30 Apr 2020

This is a Politically Restricted vacancy
Posts Available: 1 x 25 hour & 3 x 23 hour

Salary Range  £19,173 -£19,554 Pro rata

We have exciting opportunities that have arisen to come and work for Smith Crescent Short Breaks service. The candidates that we are looking to recruit will be part of the journey to help shape our future service. Smith Crescent Short Breaks service provides accommodation for up to 6 service users with Learning Disabilities
The role of the Support Worker will be responsible to key work, plan, monitor, review and provide support packages for service users maintaining a high standard of support and care to people, ensuring their emotional, physical and social wellbeing needs are met promoting rights and independence. The support worker will promote an environment in which services users are encouraged to retain control over their own lives
- Effective Communication skills both written and verbal
- Ability to Assist with Moving and Handling
- Ability to work with people with complex needs
- To be flexible and responsive to meet the changing needs of the service
This post is the subject of a DBS enhanced check for a regulated activity
Interested? Then click apply on the Leicestershire County Council job website and complete our straightforward application form. Please be aware we reserve the right to bring forward the closing date of the advertisement should the number of successful applicants exceed the vacant posts and therefore strongly advise you to apply promptly to avoid any disappointment.
Apply online here.
For informal enquires please contact Andrea Edwards,  Tel:  01530815887  Email:

We particularly welcome applicants from black, minority, ethnic (BME) communities, disabled people and lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans (LGBT) communities, as they are currently under represented within our workforce. 
For further information about working for Leicestershire County Council, please click  here .

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