Support worker vacancies
Female Support Worker x3
Hours: 1 x Full-time 40 hours per week and 2 x Part-time Approx. 20 hours per week (shifts to be discussed)
Salary: £10.00 per hour weekdays, £11.00 per hour weekday evenings, £12.00 per hour weekends, £67.50 sleep-ins weekday, £72.50 sleep-ins weekends
Closing date: To be confirmed
We are seeking an enthusiastic and proactive individual to support a young woman with cerebral palsy in the above area.
You will support her with her care needs and therapy programme and to increase her independence, both at home and in the community. Training and supervision will be given.
This post may include evening, weekend shifts and occasional sleep in duties.
Post open to women only - GOQ applies
- you are reliable and professional - you value honesty and discretion
- you are friendly and approachable
- you are flexible and you work well under pressure
- you have experience of supporting someone with cerebral palsy
- you have a full, clean UK driving licence
- you are a non-smoker
JS Parker Ltd (JSP) provides an essential service to both adults and children who have suffered brain and spinal injury. Qualified staff assess clients’ needs and offer individually designed case management and rehabilitation programmes. The company was established in 1994 and is now a successful rehabilitation and case management consultancy, working in close co-operation with the legal profession. We now have five offices employing around 80 staff. We manage over 400 support workers and provide services to just under 400 clients nationally.
JSP is not an agency. Recruitment of staff for small, personalised care teams is part of our case management service and is undertaken on behalf of individuals using this service.
If you are interested in working with us, we'd love to hear from you.
To apply, please download the application form at[link to advert on JSP website]and return it to us by email at email@example.com
For an informal discussion about this role please contact us on 0161 247 7756 quoting ref: PF/VO/0419