Location: Park House, Herefordshire
Salary: £19,695.00 – £21,606.00 pa, dependent on experience and qualifications.
Further employee benefits include: Employee Assistance Programme, pension, paid training hours,
generous overtime rates and sick pay, progression opportunities.
Park House is a community based residential home for up to nine young adults with severe learning
difficulties and challenging behaviour. It is situated in the town of Bromyard within two minutes’
walk of the town centre. Contained within the main home there is also a flat which consist of
bedroom, lounge and kitchen facilities.
This enables residents to live in a semi-supported environment, for young adults making their next
step towards independent living.
About the role
We are seeking Social Care Practitioners to support the young adults that we care for. We are
looking for pro-active individuals who can demonstrate compassion, empathy and a person-centred
approach to caring for our young people. You will be providing personal care to residents as well as
supporting them in a wide range of learning, development and social activities including arts and
crafts, cookery, music, gardening, swimming, shopping trips and social occasions.
The role will involve working a combination of early and late shifts totalling 37.5 per week over a
three week rolling rota, including some weekends and also includes up to three sleep ins per month.
No previous experience is required as full training will be given.
If you have the right values for our organisation, you will be supported by a programme of
continuous training, learning and development, including the care certificate and NVQ level 3 in
health and social care.
If this sounds like the right opportunity for you or for further information please contact our
recruitment team on 01885 488 096 Ext 12103.
The SENAD Group is dedicated to equality of opportunity in all areas of work, education and care.
We are committed to safeguarding those in our care, all employees are required to obtain an
Enhanced DBS (formally CRB) and follow safeguarding policy and practice.