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Support Worker - Days & Nights (Learning Disability Accommodation Services)

Learning Disability Accommodation Services
Grade 5 (£27,334 pro rata/per annum)
Contractual Status
Job Type

About the role

Join us as a Relief Support Worker and make a real difference in the lives of individuals with learning disabilities. This role may have its challenges, but your positive attitude and quick thinking will help you overcome them.

As a Support Worker, you'll experience diverse tasks and meaningful rewards daily. It's not just a job; it's a chance to provide encouragement, guidance, and unwavering support. Your mission? Empowering individuals to live independently and make their own choices, promoting freedom and fulfillment. You will have the opportunity to provide essential support and care to individuals in need, helping them to live their lives to the fullest. With flexible schedules and competitive pay, our team is committed to providing the highest level of care while fostering a supportive and collaborative work environment. Join us and make a difference in the lives of others while building a fulfilling career for yourself.

We need someone flexible, available for various shifts – mornings, afternoons, and nights, including weekdays, weekends, and bank holidays. Your adaptability is essential for meeting the diverse needs of the people we support. Come join us in this rewarding role where every day brings new opportunities to inspire lives and create positive change.

About you

We are seeking a compassionate and dedicated individual with a genuine passion for supporting people with learning disabilities. The ideal candidate will possess a deep sense of empathy, a positive attitude, and a willingness to overcome challenges with a can-do mindset. Flexibility is key, as you'll be expected to work various shifts, including weekdays, weekends, and bank holidays, ensuring our residents' diverse needs are met effectively. Strong teamwork and communication skills are essential, as you'll collaborate closely with colleagues, residents, and their families to provide the best possible care and support. If you have the heart and dedication to make a real difference in the lives of others, we encourage you to join our team at Augusta House and become a vital part of our mission to empower and support individuals with learning disabilities.

Why Augusta House?

Meaningful Impact: As a Relief Support Worker at Augusta House, you will play a pivotal role in enhancing the lives of individuals with learning disabilities. Your dedication will directly contribute to their independence and overall well-being.

Empowerment: We prioritise giving the people we support as much control over their lives as possible. Your role will involve fostering independence, encouraging personal choices, and ensuring a safe, supportive environment where individuals can thrive.

Rewarding Work: Experience the satisfaction of knowing you're making a real difference. Every day, you'll have the opportunity to create positive change and inspire those you support.

Ready to be part of an extraordinary team? We strive to be the employer of choice, attracting and retaining exceptional individuals who share our passion for serving Blaenau Gwent's diverse communities.

Our promise to you is an inclusive and supportive work environment, where you can unleash your full potential and be your authentic self. We will provide you with exceptional opportunities for personal growth and career advancement, mandatory and specialist training, a generous pension scheme, flexible working policies and so much more!

If you are ready to embark on a rewarding journey, fostering independence and enriching the lives of others, Augusta House is the place for you. Join us in creating a nurturing environment where everyone can thrive. Apply now and be a vital part of our mission to empower and support individuals with learning disabilities.

Want to ask us a question?

If you would like to meet the team or have an informal discussion, please contact:

Helen Beecham | Helen.Beecham@blaenau-gwent.gov.uk| 01495 305805

This post requires a registration with Social Care Wales. If you are not already registered, then you will need to register within 6 months of starting your employment. Information on how to register with Social Care Wales can be found on the following website: https://socialcare.wales

Thorough pre-employment screening is undertaken during the recruitment process. The post holder will be required to complete an application for a Disclosure of Criminal Records.

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