Night Support Worker - Part Time


The people who use our services tell us we’ve changed their lives. Our employees tell us they’re supported, enthusiastic and have opportunities to develop meaningful careers. We’re looking for someone great to join our team.

Our staff have come from all walks of life; some have a faith and some don’t. We don’t want you to be a cog in a wheel. We want you to bring your skills and experience either from the care sector or gained elsewhere – we know they are transferrable. Your journey won’t stop there though as, using the strengths of a large diverse organisation, we’ll support you to develop new skills and qualifications and give you the opportunities to put them into practice.

We’re all about the people we support. We want them to achieve the highest quality of life they can and you’ll be more important in that than you know. You’ll need to be able to discern the person behind the behaviour and be able to develop strong supportive relationships with colleagues

There’s space to be creative and find ways to help the people who use our services achieve their goals so when you see a problem you’ll need to have the heart to fix it.


Main Function

To provide wakeful night duty cover in the home.

As a member of the staff team the night support worker, operating without direct supervision, will be responsible for meeting the support and care needs of the service users. They will be expected to deliver the highest professional standards of social care practice ensuring CrossReach's aims, objectives and quality standards are met and maintained.

Main Duties

  • Carry out a regular check on service users at intervals determined by the Managing Co-ordinator, with due regard to residents' privacy.
  • Carry out regular health and safety checks on tenancies with reference to fire prevention, security and personal safety following individual personal support plans.
  • Answer call system, assess the situation, support tenants requiring help, and summon the senior care staff on call where necessary.
  • Assist residents with support needs as identified in personal plan.
  • Undertake domestic duties which may include laundry/ironing, dusting and cleaning as directed.
  • To exercise responsibility for answering the 24 hour emergency telephone line.
  • To participate in staff meetings and in training activities as required.
  • Have respect for all aspects of Christian worship.
  • Facilitate Service User’s to attend Christian worship (or worship of choice as required by the role).
  • Qualifications


    An SVQ Level 3 qualification.


    As we do our work in Christ’s name you must be respectful of our Christian Ethos and be able to work within it.

    This post requires you to be a member of the Protecting Vulnerable Groups (PVG) Scheme and undertake the necessary vetting checks.

    This post requires you to be registered with SSSC and it is your professional responsibility to ensure that you meet the standards and criteria for registration.

    Skills and Abilities


    Postholder must possess basic computer literacy skills including use of Microsoft Office and the internet.

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      Health & Social Care

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    • Published:

      14 days ago

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