Earn £15,804 plus £70 per 9 hour sleep in shift which if done once a week, will add an extra £3,664 to your annual salary!
What is special about this opportunity?
As part of a growing organisation there are endless opportunities for training, career development and progression.
To find out more visit our Care & Support Roles page!
Surrounded by an experienced team you'll have a good foundation for a long career in care. This is truly an exciting opportunity for you to develop within the Health and Social Care Sector. You will contribute to enabling people to achieve their goals, which they have set themselves. Being part of this is highly rewarding. You'll contribute to the success of the Pobl Group, which is moving from strength to strength see www.poblgroup.co.uk.
This role is 37 hours per week.
How can I make a difference?
You'll be given the opportunity to work with adults who have complex health needs such as autism and epilepsy and work with some behaviours that challenge.
You will provide support with daily life skills, personal care, independent skills, and social skills and promote equality and diversity.
You'll inspire clients to live a full and active life; attending day centres and evening activities such as bowling, swimming, and the cinema.
Who are we looking for?
You'll have good written and verbal communication skills as you will be responsible for developing individual support plans and risk assessments.
Every person employed by Pobl shares the same values – watch our Pobl Values video to learn more.
“I joined Pobl in May 2010 with little care experience. Being a caring person the role fitted my nature perfectly. I get great job satisfaction from being able to use my life experience and caring nature to support others. I have just had a promotion too – Soon I will start my new role as Lead Support Worker. But I couldn’t have done it without the fantastic support of the team here – they make it such a great place to work.” – Lesa
To start your Pobl journey, click "apply now"
Closing date for applications: 31st January 2019
Interviews will be on-going