Internal Applicants Only
Interview Date: TBC
This post is also subject to a satisfactory enhanced DBS check
You'll enjoy a range of excellent benefits and access to ongoing support and learning and development programmes across the country. We provide an attractive and competitive salary and benefits package. We also recognise your talent and commitment by helping you to take care of your health, life balance and financial wellbeing.
Learning & Development
We place high importance on giving our staff the opportunity to develop their careers. We therefore provide access to a wide range of learning and development opportunities including inductions, training courses, accredited qualifications, and coaching and mentoring schemes.
About Care and Support at RNID
We offer a wide range of high quality residential and community services providing specialist care and support for deaf and hard of hearing people with additional needs across the UK.
We are committed to person centred working. Everyone who uses our services has the right to:
We aim to tailor this to the communication needs of the people who use them so that it is completely accessible to them.
Choosing to work in Care and Support is one of the most fulfilling and exciting decisions you can make. You will also get the chance to complete the NVQ/Diploma Level 3 in Care or equivalent and have access to up to date training. With any job there will be ups and downs but working in social care has very specific rewards and challenges.
To help you decide if this role is for you, for more information on the work we do and to hear some of the stories of the people we support visit: http://www.actiononhearingloss.org.uk/supporting-you/care-and-support.aspx
About South West Outreach Services
South West Outreach Services for People who are deaf and or deaf blind, was set up in 1999 and is based in Bath, England and provides support for clients living in Bath, Bristol, South Gloucestershire, North Somerset, Somerset and Wiltshire.
Our outreach service provides specialist support for people who are deaf and or deafblind living in their own homes in Bath and the surrounding areas. The service specialises in supporting Deaf people with learning difficulties, physical disabilities, mental health needs and / or with maintaining contact with the local community. We can offer low – medium, short term or continuing support.
Outreach’s aim is to enable people to promote and develop independence skills to reach their full potential and help ensure they have access to a wide range of services and local amenities. Each person has a personal Support Plan, based on their individual needs and aspirations. We can help with a wide range of practical matters including working to enhance individual skills and quality of life, and support in maintaining tenancy’s too.
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Qualifications / Professional Training
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