Position: Support Workers
Location: Applewood, Seaford
Salary: £16,185 per annum - £16,672 (depending on relevant qualifications, skills and experience)
Hours: 37.5 hours per week.
Application closing date: 18/11/17
Required: Drivers essential. A satisfactory DBS check is required for this position.

You don’t have to be a miracle worker although that would be great. You don’t even need previous experience, as you’ll benefit from an industry-leading induction and training programme. You just need to be extraordinary and make each and every day extraordinary for the people we support!

At SeeAbility we provide extraordinary services that transform the lives of people living with autism and other disabilities. Our mission is to champion and deliver ambitious outcomes alongside the people we support, enabling the achievement of individual goals each and every day.

As a support worker, your contribution will be invaluable. Supporting the manager, deputy manager and other team members you’ll work as a team to provide all aspects of resident care and support. Through skilful interactions and involvement in person-centred planning and partnership working you’ll work with them and their families, to provide excellent, person-centred support, which is both safe, maximises choice and control and identifies outcomes that improve the quality of their everyday life.

You’ll need to be patient and calm under pressure as well as sociable, caring and supportive but above all, you’ll want to make a difference. You’ll seek new ways of working by thinking outside of the box and being creative with solutions and will take personal responsibility for the quality of care and support delivered to the people we support, striving to always do what is right by them. You will have a NVQ level 2 in care or if not a willingness to learn. It would also be desirable to have a driving license.

So apart from transforming lives what’s in it for you? You’ll benefit from working with an exceptional team, an outstanding 6-month induction and training programme as well as on-going development with the opportunity to gain formal qualifications.

Please phone Carol Somers on 01323 873 270 for an informal chat or alternatively email [email protected] with your CV.

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SeeAbility is an equal opportunities employer.