- Location: Carmarthenshire - South Wales
- Job Type: Full Time, Part Time, Permanent, Temporary
- Sector: Adult Residential, Support Work
- Job Ref: SR
- Salary: £9.00 per hour
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We are recruiting for experienced Positive Behavioural Management (PBM) support workers to work in several services throughout Swansea and NPT area. We are looking for warm, positive, person centred people who are committed and able to demonstrate compassion and empathy while supporting people with a variety of learning disabilities.
You will be supporting service users with learning disabilities in a challenging but fun environment. The right person will have experience of person centred, autism specific approaches to support individuals in their activities of choice.
Should you display the correct values, you will be supported by a program of continuous training and development.
To be considered for this role it is essential that you are PBM trained (Positive Behaviour Management). If you would like to apply for this role or find out further information, please contact 01792620190.
To be considered for this role it is essential that you have the minimum of 6 months paid or 12 months voluntary experience within the social care sector.
The role of a Support Worker
The duties of a Support Worker vary depending on the needs and wishes of the individual. They offer support for the individuals overall comfort and wellbeing and help people who need care and support to live as independently as possible. They will support individuals with many aspects of everyday living; including physical, emotional and social.
Support Workers can work in a residential care home, domiciliary care, or out in the community. Their work is defined by a care plan, which is often developed by a social worker or care manager to meet the assessed needs of the person who needs care or support.
Please contact New Directions Social Care for more information on this job vacancy, on 01792 620190, or use our form below to enquire about this job vacancy.
Last modified: 5th September 2019