30 / 20 hours
£17,419(pro-rata) national negotiated pay rise pending
To provide a safe and responsive environment in the late evening and early morning for vulnerable individuals with complex health needs in accordance with the services policies and good professional standards. To provide a range of personal, social, emotional and practical care tasks for the wellbeing of service users and their carers.
- To have a knowledge and understanding of the needs of vulnerable adults including those with a Learning Disability, Autism, mental health and Acquired Brain.
- To support and enable/re enable service users who may require assistance with personal care and physical tasks such as administering medication
- To ensure the care, health and wellbeing of each individual is provided, whilst reporting and recording concerns to relevant people and liaising with colleagues, medical professionals and any other appropriate body
- To maintain appropriate records and pass on any relevant information about the needs of the service user to your manager or other designated persons and ensure compliance with access to Data and Freedom of information Act.
How to apply:
Please download the attached application form and return it to email@example.com or alternatively ring 0161 770 8777 to request a form via the post.