Do you want tobe part of a dynamic team providing support and care to individuals whilst assisting them to achieve their aspirations?
If so this is the role for you, you will be assisting them to live as independently as possible, as fully integrated members of their local community. The team works in partnership and closely collaborates with other local agencies and health professionals.
This is a great opportunity to be part of a new staff team working with four young people as they transition into their new home in supported living. This will be a high quality, tailor-made support service for individuals with mental health conditions and learning disabilities.
You will be supporting them to:
You will be working on a 1:1, 1:2 or 1:4 basis. There are various hours available.
We value the diversity of our staff team and welcome people from all walks of life to apply. We ask that you have a willingness to support these young people to develop their life opportunities with compassion, integrity and respect.
Having some knowledge of Autism is desirable. You will need enthusiasm, a creative approach to your work and an ability to engage positively with the people you will be supporting.
If you have a passion for people and want a career within a profession that provides personal rewards we would love to hear from you.
Pay and Benefits
Female Applicants only under an exemption from the Equality Act 2010 - Section 9 - Part 1 (A) as a genuine occupational requirement