Location: Rowden House School, Herefordshire
£18,505.50 – £20,728.50 (From Sept 21 – dependent on qualifications & experience)Other benefits: Employee Assistance Programme, Pension and travel allowance for those traveling 20+ miles
We are looking to recruit full time Support Workers to assist our residents within the school as well as in the home environment. We are seeking individuals who are passionate about promoting independence and providing the best care possible.
Experience is not essential as full training will be provided for the right candidate. It is, however, essential that you are patient, resilient and willing to learn.
As a Support Worker you will work within the school, plan activities & day trips and deliver personal care. You will also experience challenging behaviour, but we will provided you will the appropriate training and a series of shadow shifts so you can be confident in your ability to handle these situations safely. Our friendly team will also always be on hand for advice!
In return for your hard work and commitment, we will offer a support network of experienced care professionals, a rewarding career path and the promise that no working day will be the same!
The role involves working a 3 week rolling rota pattern including evening and weekend work. This is includes two double shifts occurring every 3 weeks and a mixture of early and late shifts. The shift hours are as follows:
Early: 7:30 – 3:30
Late: 3:00 – 10:00pm
ABOUT ROWDEN HOUSE SCHOOL
Rowden House School in Herefordshire provides individualised care and education programmes for children and young people aged 11 to 19 years, with severe learning disabilities, autism and challenging behaviour.
We invest in our staff, offering a thorough induction programme, ongoing training & development and all Support Workers are enrolled on a Residential Childcare apprenticeship in their first year. Our training team were even awarded SME employer of the year 2020 by Aspiration Training Ltd.
Find out why it’s great to work for SENAD and how our staff training programmes can support you in furthering your social care career.
Good Pension Scheme, Travel Allowance & Employee Assistance Programme, paid induction and training time, paid sick pay, good internal progression opportunities, 30 days paid annual leave, A bonus payment of £1500 will be payable to new care staff (Support Worker grade only) who join us with a relevant qualification (Terms and conditions apply)
Upon starting in this role you would qualify for a Blue Light Card – a discount service for the social care sector providing members with discounts online and on the high street. Read more at: https://www.bluelightcard.co.uk/
– An ability to identify and undertake any training necessary to develop within the role.
– Good sense of humour.
– Calm and even tempered.
– A natural respect for the dignity and individuality of residents.
-A valid current driving licence
– Previous experience within a residential setting
– Experience of severe learning difficulties and/or challenging behaviour
– Experience in the personal care and hygiene of another person
– NVQ 2 or 3 in Care
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 Disclosure and follow safeguarding policy and practice
For further information contact our recruitment team on 01885 488096 Ext: 12103 / email at Senad.RecruitmentTeam@senadgroup.com