- Location: Bristol - South West
- Job Type: Temporary
- Sector: Support Work
- Job Ref: OM
- Salary: £10-£12 ph
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New Directions are looking to recruit a Waking Night Support Worker in Stroud to work in a residential environment supporting service users with mental health issues.
The home is an 8 bed service for females aged between 13-21 years old. The service users are self-harmer’s with protocol in place to manage the self-harm and behaviours that may be challenging. They are typically not aggressive towards the staff or other service users. However due to the nature of the service staff must be resilient and strong. This is a highly rewarding role.
You will gradually get to build wonderful fulfilling relationships with the service users and really help them to grow and develop.
Set in a lovely are in the Stroud district there is a lot for the service users to engage with and staff spend time taking services users out in to the community, shopping, cinema, eating out etc.
We are offering a fantastic rate of weekly pay, holiday hours and flexi time.
- Working as part of a friendly, established team
- 24 hour On Call Service in place
- Flexibility to choose where, when and how much you want to work
- Competitive pay rates
- Recommend-a-friend scheme
- Award winning company
- Online Services to access to your information; payslips, request holiday pay
- Full booking confirmation before you start
- Access to FREE Training Courses and personal development
- Respected reputation throughout the Social Care and recruitment industry
Experience:Please be advised that we require a minimum 6 months paid social care experience or 12 months relevant voluntary experience.
DBS:We are fully committed to the protection of children and vulnerable adults. All applicants must undertake a robust recruitment procedure and hold a fully enhanced DBS (formerly CRB) check.
Please contact New Directions Social Care for more information on this job vacancy, on 0117 314 3512,or use our form below to enquire about this job vacancy.
Last modified: 22nd June 2018